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March 26th, 2012 | Episodes
Back with more common words and expressions that people frequently get wrong.
Ep 48 – Expressions 2
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Jesse, I am pleased to inform you, I would really love to hear Tim’s rant. Aren’t you as excited as I am, to hear what Tim has to say?
You don’t hear what gets edited out! But, I begrudgingly accept that at least one listener (two now, actually) want to hear it, and so it shall be done.
Count me in! That would be an awesome episode
As someone who drives an ’83 Benz and am developing software from a (granted, not WW2) German specification, I also would like to hear it (assuming the above posts refer to the Tim’s German technology rant). Maybe it was because Hitler was a vegetarian. Also, I wish you had done a better job *flushing* out why something is jury rigged, vs. gerry rigged. I didn’t hear any compelling argument as to why “jury” was correct. It seems more appropriate for a self-serving political re-districting … you know … jurymandering.
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