Mar 26, 2010
The Show Notes
- Sub-Antarctic Shrimp
- Turritopsis nutricula
Green Zone and Goats
- Christians? from Josh Arekelian
- Randi coming out? from Jeff Sykes
- Groups of three? from Christopher Thompson
- iPod touch? from Luke
Mentioned in the Show
John and Erik from John Sterling Ruth Studio
Geo's Music: stock up!
Sign up for the mailing list: Write to Geo!
Score more data from the Geologic Universe! Get George's edition Non-Coloring Book at Lulu, both as download and print editions.
Have a comment on the show, a Religious Moron tip, or a question for Ask George? Drop George a line and write to Geo's Mom, too!
Ms. Information says, "Trebuchet... and I am catapulted into a big plushy cushion of wackiness!"
Ms Information, are the images GORGEOUS or are they GEORGEOUS? ;)
Another \"two first names\" example is John Howard. He was the male midwife who delivered Mary Toft\'s rabbit babies.
See: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mary_ToftThe m
i could listen to the beginning of this episode.....again....and again....and again....it\'s just so fucking funny
My dear Ben-
Yes, the shoots are complete and I am in possession of the final images which are GORGEOUS.
All things Trebuchet are in progress here at my studio.
Actually, burritos supreme wouldn\\\'t be that far off. In Spanish(and most related languages), the grammar in that context would be noun, then adjective(casa blanca - house white), vs adjective then noun(I live in a white house) used in English.
@Doug in Alaska: Yes, I will take 2 SUPREME BURRITOS!!! And a large soda.
@Ms. Info: Are you guys done with all of the photo shoots?
The classic English comedy (book) Three Men in a Boat: (To Say Nothing of the Dog) was written by Jerome K. Jerome. Just sayin.
If it\\\'s \\\"attorneys general\\\" then is it also \\\"iPods Touch\\\" instead of iPod Touches?
For the record, the day the cast released, John VanOphem @JHVanOphem] said to me on twitter: \\\"157 is missing the number in the intro.\\\"
I second the Chicago excitedness. Of course, Springfield would be even more exciting.
Well, actually, Springfield isn\'t all that exciting, and I\'m sure far more fans are in Chicago and it wouldn\'t pay to come down here, but I would be excited.
Well, I mean I guess the Lincoln museum IS pretty snazzy and we do have some other surprisingly neat touristy stuff but we still can\'t hold a candle to Chicago I mean come on how many world class museums do they have and I\'ll shut up now.
Is there a term for people who have two first names, would there be one for those with the same first name and last name, like Andrew Anderson or Pat Fitzpatrick?
i noticed u didn\\\'t say the number, but as it was posting the comment....my browser crashed X(
damm...that beginning was fucking funny...i could listen to you doing those voices alll day
there\'s a http://www.doppelboden.net
did u know the Turritopsis nutricula was in episode 103???
im allergic to crab...so shellfish for me is right out....and shrimp doesn\'t appeal to me, but i go batshit for calamari
wow....good for Mr. Randi!
I confirm that i do not use confirmation bias
i want a goddam Itouch X(
and here\'s a Mudder\'s Milk recipe for all u Browncoats: http://www.thebronzekettle.com/recipe-mudders-milk/
Geo: When you started talking about an available ticket for Chicago, I started getting excited, thinking that you might be coming here at some time in the near future.
From Wikipedia: With sunlight not available directly as a form of energy, the tubeworms rely on bacteria in their habitat to oxidize hydrogen sulfide, using dissolved oxygen in the water for respiration.
Bacteria are so fucking awesome.
The Princess Bride references, yay!
BTW - someone did notice: JHVanOphem.
It\'s Clint Howard...notice how some unlikely people hace realy cool names? like Wayne Knight
over thirteen years ago
Attorney generals are not general attorneys, or they would be called general attorneys, not attorney generals. In English, the adjective comes before the noun. General is not an adjective in this case.
There\\\'s a reason why people have to be taught to say and have trouble saying \\\"attorneys general.\\\" It\\\'s wrong.