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Options November 20, 2012: Miracle Nutrition with Hearty White

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Listener comments!

  7:04pm Devin Gristlewater:

Nut allergies aplenty! Hullo friends of people who have friends!
  7:24pm ?:

zombie (n.)
1871, of West African origin (cf. Kikongo zumbi "fetish;" Kimbundu nzambi "god"), originally the name of a snake god, later with meaning "reanimated corpse" in voodoo cult. But perhaps also from Louisiana creole word meaning "phantom, ghost," from Sp. sombra "shade, ghost." Sense "slow-witted person" is recorded from 1936.
  7:35pm Art Smass:

"Come, you must dance with us and eat fried balls."

I can't wait 'til I have a chance to use that in conversation. Won't be long now, here come my neighbors.
  7:37pm Devin Gristlewater:

Make sure they are still alive and not just fried ball thirsty zombies, sent over from a near-by sorcerer.
  7:38pm Art Smass:

How to tell? Ask to touch their bottoms?
  7:40pm Matthyou Springwater:

I'd like some Hearty Bubblegum.
Howdy y'all!
  7:42pm Devin Gristlewater:

Hard to say. The sorcerer may be listening and ready to generate a response. Must ask to see their Muselli formally, with a letter that they must read to themselves. Only way to make sure he can't hear them.
  7:43pm Devin Gristlewater:

If they don't eat Muselli then they probably are still alive (but potentially about to die and become a zombie). Also, if, they, add commas, where they aren't supposed to,
  7:46pm Matthyou Springwater:

"Private Confidential For Balls Eyes Only, Read Silently; Do Not Open Until Nativity of Muselli Day."
  7:46pm Devin Gristlewater:

hEllo Matthyou Springwater, my sometimes late-sundaynight comrade! Is Bubblegum called Bubblegum even if it isn't Bubblegum flavored?
  7:49pm Matthyou Springwater:

Hey Devin E. Deo! I would think any gum that blows bubbles is bubblegum, regardless of which artificial chemical they use to flavor it (like Bubbalicious flavor).
  7:52pm Matthyou Springwater:

Btw, didja know that "natural flavor" can still be a totally lab mixed chemical, as long as it's the actual chemical that gives the flavor (like the "orange" flavor found in the fruit). Artificial is like the made-up "watermelon" or "banana" flavors.
  7:52pm Devin Gristlewater:

Are there actually gums that DON'T lend themselves to bubble blowing? Can you blow anything with them (vases, glasses, small little tiny animals like snails?)? It feels like there probably isn't enough gum in a piece of the more supposedly teeth-friendly gum to blow bubbles with... but I'd guess that given enough of it, you could blow a bubble. . . . . . . Right?
  7:53pm Matthyou Springwater:

Let's get an air compressor and find out!
  7:56pm Matthyou Springwater:

Disney's "The Shaggy Duck"
  7:56pm Devin Gristlewater:

Yes I did! Learned it in a science class a long, long time ago. Or maybe it was that "Fast Food Nation" book. In fact, I believe (though I could be incorrect) that the term "natural" extends beyond that to anything that came from chemicals which at some point we derived from a "natural" source. I could be wrong with that though since one would think that ALL chemicals originally come from somewhere....
Guess it depends on what a "natural" source is defined as. Many, many questions!
  7:57pm Devin Gristlewater:

Well, have a good night and day everyone!
  7:58pm Matthyou Springwater:

In time, perhaps there will be an all-chemistry episode of a WFMU show we can find this out at.
  7:59pm Honey U. Kettlewater:

Happy Thanksgiving all!
  7:59pm Matthyou Springwater:

G'night, Hearty, Devin and all you folks! Have a nice Thanksgiving!

And Devin, congratulate amEdeo for me for scoring a scheduled show late Sunday nights! :)
  8:00pm Matthyou Springwater:

Likewise, Honey! :)
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