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The cold war and hostile language dave shepherd welcomes back the north carolina nerd, howard shepherd, who is home from his travels to denmark. Dave and Howard respond to several voicemails and emails about ePrime and puns. (1:55) Howard shares his memories of his trip with his students to Hobro Gymnasium in Denmark. (8:53) Revisiting our show on Insidious Idioms, we explain our categories of idiomatic distinctions: national, regional, and socio-economic class differences. (11:36) Music bumper from by "Make Me Understand" by (15:07) International textures: expressing the same idea in different languages, and the perils of mistaken translation (15:43) Song: "Fill Me In the cold war and hostile language, " by (21:42) Rude word of the week: "pot to piss in" (25:41) Music bumper the cold war and hostile language from "Dancing Cow" by (27:25) Variations of idioms by class and region (28:06) Music courtesy of Theme music by time: 36:45 size: 25. 3 Mb rating: PG-13 (We discuss some amusing mis-translations of American idioms, some of which have sexual implications in other countries and languages. ) Tags: [the cold war and hostile language] , ,


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