May 27, 2019
As the rest of the railroad workers surround Bart, Charlie does his best to keep their hands off of him. There is some discussion about keeping hands off of Bart's vines. Then Taggart, Lyle and company come riding up to the crowd. Taggart recognizes Bart and demands to know why he's wearing a tin star, calling him, "boy!" Bart immediately responds with, "Watch that boy, sh*t, redneck. You're talking to the sheriff of Rock Ridge." Taggart then laments about having slaughtered every last Indian in the West, but for what? In the midst of the minute, the hosts spend a good deal of time discussing how to know if a word or phrase if offensive or derogatory. After a lengthy discussion, they all agree you have to factor in the intent of the person before you can even know the context.
Our guest today is Gordie “the Mailman” Adams lives in Saint Helena, CA and has been roaming the streets for 30 years, moving the mail. Growing up in the seventies with a steady diet of movies, music, monsters, TV, comic books, drawing cartoons, history, collecting baseball cards and following all sports Pittsburgh (though born in San Francisco), his brain is FULL of all things important and trivial. Having many hours on his route allowed him to fall in love with podcasts, enough to jump in the game many years ago. Nowadays, his own ‘cast THE GORDCAST, is on a bit of a hiatus, but he loves to guest on any podcast that’ll have him. Somewhere down the future is a variation on the MxM thingy, called… ZAR-DOZEN MINUTE!
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