(Bunny has outdone herself on this week’s Show Notes. I greatly appreciate the time she takes each week to do this. – Jack)
(dictionary.com) – “The term ‘Greasy Nipples’ refers to the hundreds/thousands of comments left on each episode. The humorous moniker came about in the early days of the show, when Jack would randomly choose comments from the most recent episode and read them onpod. After a pre-determined amount of time, the winner would win a free “Greasy Spoon” meal with Jack at a restaurant of Jack’s choosing (often Denny’s. . . yeah. . . ). At one point in time, Jack recognized that he repeated the word ‘comments’ excessively while describing the game, and thus decided to mix it up, using silly words in place of ‘comments’, such as ‘nipples’, ‘ernest borgnines’, ‘cyborgs’, etc. The term ‘nipples’ seemed to be the funniest, and thus, the segment was renamed ‘Greasy Nipples’.”
Ed From Texas
Nomad Scry (first of the week)
Lo Pan (bonus comment of the week)
Deadpan love to all.
Jack had some good times with his wonderful kids agian. Let’s hope this is a start of a trend.
(dictionary.com) “a work,” esp. a work of literature, also “the body of work produced by an artist,”
(Merriam-Webster dictionary on line) Etymology: French ?uvre, literally, work, from Old French ovre, Latin opera — more at opera
Date: 1875 : a substantial body of work constituting the lifework of a writer, an artist, or a composer
(Wiktionary.org) A work of art. The complete body of an artist’s work.
(Urban Dictionary) buy oeuvre mugs, tshirts and magnets.
Work as in a work of art. (In french. Is not the plural of egg (oeuf).
J’aime mon neuveau oeuvre d’arte. C’est fantastique et magnifique.
(Translation: I love my new work of art. It’s fantastic and magnificent.)
(way to make me do homework, Jack)
Can we hit 600 comments this week?
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