This And That Podcast

Wednesday, September 21, 2005

Show 30 This And That Podcast

Show 30 This And That Podcast
(week of September 19, 2005)

52 minutes | 34.7 MB



This time it's only 4 days since we last podcasted. Strange timing. Pat gives a grammar lesson and we celebrate some special September birthdays. Jeff previews the movie "2046", Pat has toilet troubles and the kids discuss sex in the 20's, 30's, and 40's again and share some interesting discussions on clairvoyants and asphyxiation! Sound fun? You bet! Don't forget the Dallas Minute.


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Show Notes:

Pat's Grammar Lesson
Jeff's Mother's Birthday
Shane's Birthday Party
Lots Of September Birthdays (and some surprises!)
2046
Pat's Toilet Issues
Sex In The 20's, 30's, and 40's (part 2)
IQ Differences Between Men And Women
Clairvoyants and Bounty Hunting
Texas State Fair and The Red River Rivalry
Asphyxiation Highs
Dallas Minute
     * Al-Amir
     * Nikita
Links
     * Borderline
     * Israelisms


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5 Comments:

  • At September 22, 2005 , Anonymous Michel said...

    Great podcast. Love the pic of Ms. Pat!

     
  • At September 22, 2005 , Blogger Pat said...

    Hi Michel, thanks for the compliment on the podcast. As far as the picture goes, the real Pat is less frumpy, but, alas, less well endowed. However, nothing that 5K can't fix!

     
  • At September 23, 2005 , Blogger Charley W. said...

    Happy Birthday, Pat! (again) or as we say here..."Yom Huledet Sameach".

    Also...it shows that the podcast should be 50 minutes, but I got a lot of silence at the end. Is it just me? Did I go deaf temporarily? Did I lose consciousness on the treadmill when I was listening?

    Love you guys,
    Charley from Israelisms

     
  • At September 23, 2005 , Blogger bpende said...

    - Grammar-off... I am totally there. Will that include a section on diagramming? I'll have to break out my textbooks, and do some review.

    - Sitting on the tank would be called an "upper decker", and is classed by Ferg as a "flagrant foul". I think he covered that in one of his earlier PodCasts.

    - Smarter women are married less often?! It's probably not because men don't want to marry smart women, but because smart women know what the smart-ass men are really up to. I know I may get booted from our secret men meetings where we discuss this stuff, but that's what the woman speaker at our last meeting told us.

    - Red River Rivalry... Go Sooners!!!

    - I've seen one guy do the asphyxiation thing, when I was about 13. There was that weird moment where we weren't sure if the guy was dead or not... I also had a guy I knew who died doing the asphyxiation thing on himself. It was freaky then, and it's just as freaky now. I think that part of being a parent is the scariest part. I know a lot of the stupid crap I did as a kid, and barely lived to tell of it, and I'm afraid my kids'll do the stupid crap, and they won't have the same luck I did.

    Pat, Pat, Pat... Happy 30th.... again.

     
  • At September 26, 2005 , Blogger Pat said...

    Hi All,

    I had a sort of busy week last week and I forgot my manners.

    First off, when I first brought up the show and looked at the notes, I saw a reference to Borderline and Israelisms - and I was puzzled. I thought, huh, we didn't say anything about them on this show, wonder why Jeff did that. I was not expecting the voice mail happy birthdays from you guys - so I was beaming when I heard them. Thanks so very much Danni, Lynn, and Neil, Charley and Carol. Also, thanks for my very own dancing man ecard from Brad. And, thanks to Steve for the nice voice mail. Thanks too to the smooth voiced Tom, who sent me an email, and finally, to our very own Dave L, who helped put getting older in perspective.

    We're doing more for my birthday this weekend and I can't wait. I love love love fancy cakes and will be ordering one this week so there can be more carrying on this weekend.

    Finally, thanks to Jeffie who wrote the bestest birthday song ever. I still like hearing it!

     

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