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"malapropism" Discussed on Ride the Omnibus

Ride the Omnibus

06:55 min | 2 months ago

"malapropism" Discussed on Ride the Omnibus

"Starting now my heretical opinion for the english majors and other lovers of humanities in the room is that knowledge of words. Such malapropism is not terribly important. In fact i even know what that was until exactly four minutes ago. Which i know is very sad to you. Highly educated gingrich oxbridge. William and mary pokes. But that's where i am and you know through okay. Yes eda shin from reality. You william and mary folks like he's not a william and mary folk is also equally pretentious intel. I realize malpractice an obelisk on the banks of the nile. Yes all right. I'll give it to you for that. Although in just stopping also gets traditionally you have twenty nine seconds to express your heretical opinion. Starting now my heretical opinion is generally not considered to be someone. I believe that was megan. I think yeah. I think i was i. I think there is a definite hesitation deflation. Yes yeah no question that was used stopping the talking and so you'll have twenty seconds to to lapse into heresy. And that will be starting right to now. My heretical opinion as a musician is that perfect. Pitch is entirely without one in fact this particular ability. Yes it's bearer far more problems than it eases the ability to be able to produce tone upon request and you were speaking as the whistle went to the next point is very much yours and congratulations As far as that really merits congratulating. This it's not like they're already cash prices settling however okay so this is something. I've i living with for a little bit on the subject of computer repairs. This is just me saying what. I see relate computer repairs for sixty seconds. Starting now. Computer repairs are very difficult in my household as i often find i must outsource any kind of problems that i faced with hardware with software or even my believe. Bizarre phone was invoked as a tation. Yes that was very much. Some hesitation there And you have forty five seconds which to talk about computer repairs. Starting now repairs would be career field. That i might want to pursue if i have an entirely massive change of personality interests in the future. I am now getting to an age where i would consider new hobbies such as gardening or astronomy or maybe astronomical gardening who knows but i think going into computer pair while it could be the hobby Of the future is still have heard a written. Ray slay the witch by the humor alignment for ben. I realized he repeated gardening. I did he absolutely did a Dirt on his hands and only you had the presence of mine. You know this this whole talent. I had to just speak and ramble bank. No sense really thought coming at you. It's not the worst skill but megan you can lead with horticulture. But you can't make dan thank it. Just me repurposing spider robinson. I'm ashamed myself bury. I believe it was you with sixteen seconds to go and that will start now. Impeaching has actually. How i can't during down i had about two weeks entirely lost. Messaging online with people from light crusoe and ease sink. Always the top of the mountain is about to be reached. Congratulations just as your inner full-fledged to stop that was beautiful mariam probably vesta revisit my chevette. I'm not trying to invoke any deep seated. Traumas in anybody. That's unfair unkind. And if i do it any way it's just you know a bonus. Alright miriam I'm just putting in pairs for paternity since we had a fellow before orlando. That's right. I'm just going with letters of the alphabet now. I like you to talk. And there are multiple meanings you can take on subject of orlando for sixty seconds. Starting now is. I think and noble by virginia woolf. I've never read a myrna about. It's also nunn's name except a gentleman has launch hilo in. Ib please man gentlemen annoyingly. that's not fiction. That's those different words. That was our conceptions. But i mean as long as we accept. That orlando bloom is no gentlemen. Then we have to get married benefit of the doubt and continue on as an incorrect Also pleading not against the rules tonight sir. All right let's Let's go back to marry him or forty-one seconds subject of this book she hasn't read but that's okay no one off now.

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"malapropism" Discussed on Slate's Political Gabfest

Slate's Political Gabfest

08:20 min | 5 months ago

"malapropism" Discussed on Slate's Political Gabfest

"This because this, it's really hard to stop people from being interested in it. Let's go to cocktail chatter. When, you? Are Sitting. Quietly, quietly, perhaps, then on A. Calm New England porch and Labat's Basilan porch. You have a porch apart I have a back porch. Well, it's not really referring. To I have a front porch is usually sort of covered with leaves but lately in Cova Times, where we've been using every space in our house, we've been trying to spruce it up a bit when you're sitting on your beautiful front porch having a fine. Scotch and Soda What Are you GonNa be chattering about I need a distraction of break right. Now, I need to enter into a different world and I have been really enjoying this novel called drive your plow over the bones of the dead it's by Olga took our Zouk. I'm sure I'm saying that incorrectly who is a Polish Noble laureate? It is just a lovely book in which one of the main characters names is odd ball and that character is not the most oddball character I love the narrators voice she lives in a village people are dying mysteriously. She has an odd theory about why and then they're just all these wonderful observations about About the life of this village in this community in where she's living you know it sort of reminds me of those totally different. Did you guys see that awesome Macedonian documentary about beekeeping honey honey land? This book is like the novel equivalent of that documentary, which I also really recommend an adored John dickerson. What's your chatter? Chatter starts with a comment in a Google doc which. Which says read it to hear. The word is actually Luca Abrasion This is comment left by my colleague Clare Fahey who was trying to help me with my chatter last week and. I was in a hurry lubrication by the way for those newly initiated this. Moment worry and is is a word that refers to long and. Patient study and I'll get to its full origin and the chatter in a moment. But I did not apply any lubrication abrasion to my chatter about location, which was based on a piece by Keith, Johnson historian who wrote about how this word was once very much in the founders minds and it referred to study by candlelight at night, and then it came over time to mean just like long intense study. Anyway I was in a bit of hurry and. And basically engaged in or or I'm going to call it an extended malapropism. So malapropisms coming from Richard and I think basically everything I say now you weren't already skeptical about it. You have to basically be highly sceptical. from Richard Sheridan's the rivals of character who who kept transposing the wrong words. My Favorite Political Malapropism is Richard Daley's who said the policeman isn't there to create disorder. The policeman is there to preserve disorder. And I, did that over I. Don't know five, six, seven minutes call using the word lubrication inlet instead of lubrication. So this happens occasionally with my brain and my mind and my eyes when read and it's usually just something I chuckle about privately. But I let all of you have a little window into my private turmoil by basically bounding down the lane lubrication this and lubrication that and really enthusiastic in the in the in this extended malapropism. So anyway, the word is Luke Abrasion don't I'm not. GonNa ever. Again without remembering this moment. Yeah. Don't let anybody tell you any different that it's abrasion anyway what the only saving grace is that ninety eight point nine percent of. Having, just down, twitter ninety, eight point nine percent of Gab. Fest listeners who mentioned this on twitter did so rather gently and and for that I'm grateful because it was a it was pretty damn embarrassing. So then thanks to declare despite my inability to actually read. I just want to say John that I once in a long Article College paper about Christian scientists referred to Christian scientists route a scientologist. So. Was Your we all we all are we all We all. Really stupid mistakes was the piece about Christian scientist and you just change the word or was it about scientology was about Christian scientists it was about it was it was about the Christian scientist complex in Boston as I was in college already. Very nice complex, but they referred to Christian scientists throughout tol just. So. Well. Thank you for sharing that. Made me feel as I had not luke created much on scientology or kristen scientists apparently. My chatter is a wonderful story in Emily Tone New York Times about Doug Leanne the ranger of the lost art Doug Leanne is a former. Former. Many years ago national, Park Service Ranger then became a back country dentist in Alaska. And he is the person who rediscovered all those wonderful new deal era posters of National Park. So if you go to a national park these days or even if you just look online, you will see these wonderful. Posters in this in sort of print style of the thirties which were in fact, designed by anonymous designers and the WPA back in the thirties, and they were kind of throwaways made for. There were throwaways center national parks. They're just not very many of them were made they were only made for about thirteen parks and Doug Leanne is the person who Starting about fifty years ago. But really starting about twenty five years ago identified that these things were beautiful and wonderful and and began a preserving the ones that still existed and be printing new ones. So so making new new posters that people could buy them when they visit National Parks and see commissioning people to create new posters in the for parks that didn't get posters the first time in the style of these WPA posters and they're beautiful wonderful and. Delightful and he is a fantastic character in the time has a wonderful profile of him. So check it out at the new. York Times. You. Dear listeners have also continued to send us your great chatters. Please keep them coming tweet them to us at slate Gabfest. There were. I know every week this week they were just a ton of great listener chatters. I am so sorry that we only do one because there were really probably ten that could have made the cut and I want to point to one that key you Lou at Blue Suede? Q.. Sent us, which is a link to the Ikea Museum. And the Iky. Museum, has just. Seventy years of IKEA catalogs. It's marvelous. Just marvelous. You can go look at what you know what was happening in the nineteen, Fifty, eight catalogue and. And there's a lot of consistency over the years. It's great. They've been creating cool looking stuff or for apparently for seventy years. So check it out. we will post a link to that. That is our show for today toge- is produced by Jocelyn Frank Researchers dunlap Gabriel Roth is editorial director. June. Thomas is managing producer least Montgomery is executive producer Blake podcasts. You should follow us on twitter at slate gabfest and please tweet some chatter to us their tweet chat chatter to us there. For Emily Basilan John dickerson I'm David Plots. Thank you for listening. We'll talk to you next week..

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"malapropism" Discussed on Stuff To Blow Your Mind

Stuff To Blow Your Mind

10:24 min | 8 months ago

"malapropism" Discussed on Stuff To Blow Your Mind

"Welcome to invention. My name is Robert Lamb. And I'm Joe McCormack and today we're going to be discussing a linguistics subjects linguistic inventions. I thought it would be a good idea to begin with some good malapropisms. I love a good Malapropism And we're of course not above coining one here and there ourselves on the show sometimes So what's a malapropism before we get into our favorite examples? It's the usually unintentionally humorous misuse or distortion of a word or phrase. So usually it's a word or phrase that sounds like what you mean to say but is not what you mean to say for example Jesus healing the leopards often used to comedic effect. Like you like you mentioned. And sometimes you'll see the ladder this idea of it being a phrase defined as a Metaphor Metaphor also. It sounds delicious right though we have to stress. That mouth for itself is an invented word and potentially malapropism in itself. Oh I can see that like somebody who was trying to say malapropism but they got confused and said before right or Or they just intentionally did it and we'll get into some of the more intentional acts. This is we go The Sopranos is a great source of very memorable Malapropisms I like. When there's part were Christopher Multi Santi talks about creating a little dysentery in the ranks. Which that one reminds me of one about scientology? The the idea that L Ron Hubbard. Had the philosophy of diuretics. But there's another one in the Sopranos where The character little carmine. He's talking about the scene in a horror movie and he says it juxtaposes the sacred and the propane Or there's a part where Tony to describes his mom as an albacore around my neck. Oh instead of an albatross very good. This is more of a phrase but I instantly thought of the of the Big Lebowski when he points out the Jackie Tree Horn treats objects like women the code of the Coen brothers paint with sort of brush a lot in their dialogue. I was reading a little bit about this. Basically looking for some more examples of Of of malapropisms in the COEN brothers Work and I ran across this senses of Cinema Post by Paul Caughlin from several years back in he described the COEN brothers use of dialogue as the dialogue of wonderful in articulacy at. That's about right now. You'll also another place you see. A lot of Malapropism is The you'll see sometimes used as part of racial stereotypes One example that comes to mind and you see this listed on various Trope websites is Fisher Stevens role in the short circuits movies. I've never seen short-circuit well N- probably alright reason to go back to these. But these were forced movies about a about a robot he become self aware and has like a laser cannon on its shoulder and it's like a puppet does it do cute robot malapropisms. No it doesn't but Fisher. Stevens plays an Indian scientist And he's this this This this This accent and he's just bus out a number of these and ultimately it's kind of like this idea the comedic racial stereotype of someone who doesn't have a great grasp on the English language and therefore stumbles into all of these Unfortunately but the use of Malapropisms in fiction does go way way back like Shakespeare used malapropisms a lot The character of dog. Berry and much ado about nothing famously. Delivers a bunch of these in their great. So Dog Buries this incompetent night constable. And he's supposed to be a satire on the amateur. Police Forces of Elizabethan Times and a lot of the humor comes through in him giving confused. Orders like He when he's trying to get one of his deputies to apprehend all vagrant spin steady. Says you are to comprehend doll. Vague Rahmen And he tells them to be vigilant. I beseech you And then there's a great part later where he claims that a bad dude will be condemned into everlasting redemption. Well there's a there's fun to be had with With with malapropisms right. Because you can sort of you can have your character fumble into something. Something a little more articulate than they mean to it. Yes Yeah. That's interesting like the idea of everlasting. Redemption is sort of a cool metaphor. Even though he just is screwing up words but after this character actually Since sometime in the nineteenth century malapropisms have also been known as dog Barry. `ISMs there is another one. I came across that. I'd never read before. But this is from the real world so former Texas governor and US Energy Secretary. Rick Perry He. He's famous for the for saying that ups when he couldn't remember something. Oh yeah but also That's not what it was. Bring up a on August twenty fifth twenty fourteen. There was an article in the Texas Tribune by John Reynolds. That reported that Perry had been speaking to a crowd and at this event he told the crowd quote. We need to look at the states. Which are the Lavatories of innovation and Democracy? Oh Yeah so what? What would that if we were to take that literally white that even mean that I think the other thing part of it too is like even if they're not quite accidentally profound. We can't help a puzzle over it because it will inject a bizarre metaphor mental image into our head and then we're just forced to wrestle with it right there also just lots of these people making regular everyday speech. We probably do them all the time. Everybody does them aware of my favorites. I ran across. Was the idea of all the people who died in the Blue Bonnet plague that in the notes and I didn't even get it until you said it out loud now that points out an interesting thing which is that there. There are multiple different ways that people put together Malapropisms Like I was reading a paper by linguist Arnold zwicky on classical malapropisms in zwicky points out that lots of Malapropisms are just approximations that come out of our mouths due to the tip of the tongue. Effect This is something we've talked about stuff. Blow your mind before you can go back and find our episode on that if you Google it. I'm sure but the short version is you are failing to call the correct word for memory and by accident. You employ a similar sounding word. Instead you can often hear the specially in people who may have been having a bit of alcohol to drink like often words that gets swapped start with the same letters or sounds like This database is a vast suppository of information. I guess actually that wouldn't start with the same sound but you know you know what I mean. Yeah but other times malapropisms have more unique ideologies for example when somebody learns a word or phrase by mishearing it and then never correct their original misimpression. I know this has happened multiple times in my life. Blue Bonnet plague would probably be a good example. Here it suggests that somebody heard somebody talking about the bubonic plague but misheard how they pronounced it and then just never got corrected on that. Yeah I think we can all relate to that we all have examples that in our in our own life totally But while malapropisms are themselves a normal part of speech they go back into the midst of history. Everybody doesn't mean everybody's been doing them for thousands of years probably the name we used for them as a very distinct origin in history and that origin lies with an Irish satirist. Playwright and politician named Richard Brindley Sheridan. Who lived from seventeen? Fifty one to eighteen sixteen. Sheridan wrote a number of successful comedies but his seventeenth seventy five play called. The rivals introduced the world to a character named Mrs Mala Prop. Who and other character says is infamous for delivering words quote so ingeniously misapplied without being mispronounced So for example Mrs Malapropism Kohl's one other character. The very pineapple of politeness and at another point she refers to an allegory lying on the banks of the Nile which we should point out. Gets it wrong twice because the Nile has crocodiles alligators? Oh I didn't even get that one at first allegory and alligators okay. I think that joke works better on people who are less obsessed with Crocodilians than you and So it seems that most usage of the term malapropism in English dates back to this character in a late eighteenth century Irish play all usage of it but of course the name Mrs Malapropisms built out of existing words borrowed from other languages Like There's the there's this expression. Mala propo- meaning inappropriate originally from the French where it would mean something like out of place or miss but from the name of this character we now get the label that we use specifically for Malapropisms. Words used wrong in this way and so today we wanted to look at the phenomenon of invented words like the word Malapropism. There are tons of words like this. You know there. There are some words that entered the from works of fiction or mythology. There are words that through deliberate coinage where somebody is trying to create a term for a previously unnamed concept their words that inner through changes in technology and science and culture and we wanted to to talk about some of our favorite stories of these words and explore how they differ from other types of words. What what does it take to invent a successful word and are there any parallels to the invention of a successful piece of technology? Yeah it's a fascinating topic because it's you know the the the language it is a world that is invented like all word. Sir Essentially invented. Well I don't know if I agree with you there because they all do come from human brains but I would say maybe some words could be thought of more like features of the human body than maybe they just emerged from us at some point in history without us trying to find a word for something that's true the more primal roots of language which will be discussing a but but still it's it's unlike most of the other topics we've done. I don't know if we've done a linguistic episode of intervention at halfway. I don't know but there are.

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"malapropism" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

01:45 min | 1 year ago

"malapropism" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"After the thirty news with a look of Maryland secret talks like which you know that this that this couple is headed for quietly every year and if and what most people just the sugar and go how did it happen we'll tell more in just a moment by the way there are I'm saved a couple of pieces of audio from during the year because they are either so idiotic or so outrageous or is like Mr malapropisms to school here's another this is Andrew Cuomo the governor of New York as he opines on the weather and what kind of weather New York CAD before we decided we had climate change anyone who questions extreme weather and climate change is just illusion all at this point we have seen in the state of New York what everyone is saying we see these weather patterns that we never had before we didn't have our occasions we didn't have super storms we don't have tornadoes what what what one is what's power for this maybe we can always turn too sleepy Joe of for the stupidest things said in any given month Joe Biden Mister malapropisms shoes is exactly the wrong phrase to use on a rather delicate subject here's Joe man has a right to raise a hand to a woman in anger other than in self defense and that's rarely ever occurs and so we have to just change the culture and keep punching out and punching out of.

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"malapropism" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

07:02 min | 1 year ago

"malapropism" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"I don't yeah boy they were fired up where they they were fired up so the big question that has well one of the questions that has haunted the Biden campaign is why has president Obama who president vice president Biden served under for eight years and was given many very important assignments by president Obama why hasn't Barack Obama not endorsed Joe Biden and of course you remember that when asked that question cut twenty three this is Joe Biden sensor you are the right choice for the Democrats in twenty twenty why didn't for three dollars if you should ever wins is okay do you believe that do you believe that Joe Biden went to president Obama last April and said please president Obama do me a favor I was your loyal vice president for eight years please please please don't endorse me well anyway now I don't know I don't know what that was so the vice president has is the master malapropism former vice president the master of malapropism and it I'm it good luck I have so many somebody's here but yesterday if you remember I'm Joe brought back vice president brought back images of corn pops I'm gonna play up actually fifteen first here rob this was when to set this up this was the swimming pool in Wilmington Delaware where Joe was a lifeguard in one day one day he had to face down a tough guy one pop member this is a call this was classic Joe Biden Bob what's the bad news and he ran a bunch of bad boards and I did yeah and back in those days shot things have changed one of the things that he does if you use palm bay you're here you have to wear a bathing cap it sure is up on the board would list match it Hey Astor you off the board rock about and drag you all weight came off and he said on the job site yeah a you know how the rest of that worked out a show of Joe had a chain any stare the guy down however I guess it was over from two thousand and seventeen if I'm not mistaken this first sound bite that has just been on earth and this is kind of creepy Joe is back at this Wilmington Delaware public swimming pool where he served as a lifeguard saved a lot of people's lives I guess back in the day and when he wasn't saving people's lives he loves to well I this is just plain creepy okay I mean this is this is cut number one he's talking about the time he was a life guard he had hairy legs and a lot of the little kids you know the little kids the seven year olds they liked his hairy legs if this doesn't creep you out nothing will cut one by the way you know I sit on the stand and they get hot I got a lot I got hairy legs that turned that it that that that that did turn about blonde in the sun and the kid you sick about the region the poll I wrote my leg down so was traded that watch the hair come back up again okay so I learned about roaches I learned about kids jumping on my lap and I love kids jumping on my lap he learned about roaches is he talking about well joints is he talking about those little creatures here's the here's the question folks here is the question is this the best the Democrats have to offer camallo Harris is gone Hillary is still out there as recently as this weekend I guess she was in England and she told the BBC's Graham Norton show I have no idea Graham Norton that that is she's going to get in the race you would have to join it quickly what it she's too late for New Hampshire too late for New Hampshire missed the deadline but there's always a right in efforts so anyway the question is is Joe Biden has Joe Biden finally creep you out remember the guy that smells people's hair kind of massages in needs the back the the neck of women in the meat to time the judge I just want to hear is it time for Joe to go up I'm feeling it that it is time for someone in the Democratic Party the the elders of the Democratic Party and when I say the elders of talking about the steady warriors of the world in the Nancy Pelosi's to Sidle up to Joe and is hairy legs and tell them look in this day and age you really should never say these words quote I loved kids jumping on my lap okay I mean even if you think that it's not a good sound play with his leg here six one seven two five four ten thirty triple eight nine two nine ten thirty is it time for Joe to go yes or no join the conversation let's start a poll here let's go side with Dan rate the news watch never stops WBZ newsradio ten thirties holidays it's bring are truly a magical time I know turn my iPhone six into this iPhone eleven which has an amazing on the campuses of that's true right now when you trade in I phone six S..

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"malapropism" Discussed on Cinemavino

Cinemavino

09:52 min | 1 year ago

"malapropism" Discussed on Cinemavino

"Welcome back cinema. Vino We've got a little something special for you. masonic delicious family thoughts. Jalapeno poppers wait Cheddar peppers so yeah because I'm going out of town the next week we're going to have a little highlight reel for you and it's going to be something special going to be better than the average. Sitcom clip show where the golden girls sit out to eat cheesecake and talk about like actually that sounds pretty cool but I'm actually terrified. I don't know what happened in a lot of these podcasts. Somebody's GONNA be revelations yeah. I'm guessing just going to be a lot of me slurring the Laura Gibberish. There's GonNa be some good gibberish slurred last week where I was completely sober so we know we have. We just don't know it's going to be alarming but it's going to be getting here. Taylor Travis I. We're we're one of these go back to the old days and Travis his last name was redacted and those are just just our young pug yeah just barely making it in the world. Yeah now start at the bottom who were still they were still at the bottom. We should do a crossover with another podcast. That was my head yeah. I think we should Joe Rogan wish team up. Kevin Smith I was thinking just local paulie shore. Oh Yes podcast. It's like in your area like single melts this on Porno. You WanNa do a crossover episode. Yeah you guessed parents just to see where it goes the single life way to live click to see local podcasts in your area that Hobo chilly arena talking about our wine before or after We'll we'll break that in somewhere. I was going to go ahead and get us a bus with our first clip. The first one we're going to listen to the creation of Mitch Scoggins for those who are coming in a few podcast lake. We spontaneously created a High School Detectives I oh I think you'll find the clip. TRAUMAS coined the name but with the rest of US help flesh out the character well. We'll see about that roll that beautiful bean footage but yeah travis has a tendency when he doesn't know the answer to something to make up gibberish as a placeholder whether that's a name or whatever Sir we're struggling to come up with the name of Jerry. O'CONNELL's character can't hardly wait and Travis does not know the name of the character amd blurts out the name. MIT- scoggins this. This is going to get me meth. That's where the legend was was born so we're. GonNa listen to that right now. We're GONNA come back. We're GONNA talk about it. We're going to do a dissection of gibberish so enjoy the ride. Did you know what his name was Joe McConnell. Oh they're Mitch Scoggins Nazis that copyright that name Yeah we need to develop carrying scoggins always actual name todd we know it. I mean so I'm GonNa ask you. Do you know or am I know A. I know Yes trip McNealy. That's it. It's served tipsy mixed bag trip something. I don't know if it was like but it was as a what a weird name. I'm taking back your that's true question. That was not usually the piece of paper is it was either moving that you're interested. What are you drinking you get more. We'll just get paid paid for drinking wine and talking shit about movies and then going off on this wild engines hypnotized by the card movie reviews dot. US US listened subscribe and rate on Apple podcasts or spotify also be sure to follow us on twitter twitter handle title redacted. I don't know where it's coming from at movie reviews. US Oh for quitter and facebook grams at Todd Lawford movies yeah the answer grams pretty sexy by the way that I mean tight jeans so ribbons Rayson and I mean again the water's is there so I say put it in drive and see what happens. Mitch Scoggins schooled you go. You don't play his burst. I'll do MHM cheese hop and streams rub in sticks out so have listened to that one thing I would like to explain for listeners out there at the end hop and streams rub and sticks. There's another Travis Malapropism that he from I believe that's Disney's Robin Hood Little Daughter Robin Hood walking through the four streams aerobics and having such a good the actual it is now I don't. I don't know what the actual words were outside reminisce. This no good travis heard that as half of streams and rivers sticks well. I didn't hear does that but I was singing hanging out loud. One time didn't know the words just went with with that in realize how erotic it sounded Thomas Dix Oh us we have fleshed out the scope and character bill more. Pardon me if we just listened. Cut that clip. I think I came up with the name you you guys really complicated and then I said high school detective I created the name and the concept. What have you got well okay. Is it skogen. It's been Cogan. 's Okay Yeah I was here and I didn't know if we changed the name trying to sue might have said that I I mean but we with dirty work of like creating this and taught has written numerous scripts. Were trying to get doing all of that. We have a clip of your I will put the copy of the script. I wrote on our page. Yeah Upload this and we have tech streams. Yes those are those are specifically fucking redacted. You have my permission source of any extreme so yeah I had came up with a couple of one of which were midst. Gauguin's finds out that the High School Spelling Bee is rigged and that one is titled use it in a sentence of guilty and I'm working on one where the high school the pig stolen from the yeah. FFA building price as pig pig malls and only Mitch Scoggins can unravel the crime. It turns out. It's Vegan cult in high school. So there's a whole lot there could be a whole shelf. Gauguin's mysteries to be a little bit more dirty where they have to take like sex education and then somebody's pokes folks holds on all the prophylactics as they gave out sex ed you WANNA wave of teen pregnancy. Yes discussions has a pregnancy issue scared with his new girlfriend. How does he have always getting laid. That's true I mean his his heart and soul is to solving mysteries and like the second he gets laid like series. It's like cybill. Shepherd and Bruce Willis moving at the series is done exactly but yeah so if you hear any references Francisco bins and our podcast. That's that's where we're going with that. You know what exactly the character. Mitch Scoggins is not doing just name alone definitely not crushing post us. I don't know we'll see that yeah. It's you get you into season five or six. You gotTa have a love. Interest Man Love Triangle. Maybe know who attract triangle. He's got two girls and trigonometry class both of whom are after him there after his high pot new says as it were much about math so you're. GonNa have to meet with a dirty jokes there. He's working all angles. Eh Jason. Do it live for the next clip. We have done assortment of sponsorships fake sponsorships throughout our show well. They're only fake right now but we've I mean we're still looking for sponsorships will it. There's no doubt I was thinking of Hollywood. I was going to go in there and they were like that. biggins gins was that was that in children biggins yeah. This is my copy of big Al Copied biggins. Why yes you may so we're going to take a look at some of.

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"malapropism" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

Newsradio 830 WCCO

02:03 min | 1 year ago

"malapropism" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

"Of energy and consciousness and so there's a lot of excitement on the street it was a lot of people who were old final so on the same trip together here's Beatles biographer Bob Spitz and music producer don was going revolver the Beatles wanted to make the music that was going on in their head the first song they worked on was a song of Johns it had the mysterious title mark one which of course becomes tomorrow never knows me and my book of the dead I gave it a throwaway title because of its self conscious about the lyrics of tomorrow never knows that to one of Ringo's malapropism which is like days nine tomorrow never knows that's a song that this would be the picks what you're hearing in your head when you consume some psychedelics the Beatles that for everybody here here's George Martin tomorrow never knows is a very weird so true had virtually no harm in it is it is based on a continuous drowned in sound George Martin son John one of the most of the backing track record here every rose judios that's full of bass and Ringo drum screenings of loopy mesmeric affect this John Andrews vocal George Clinton bore during I mean I in the song jons boys get very unusual sounding especially at this time it was John wanted to sound like the Dalai Lama chanting from the top of the mountain and.

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"malapropism" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

06:26 min | 2 years ago

"malapropism" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Clowney? I don't know how high the building's going to go on cloudy, and here's the problem with speed speed pass rushers. They have shelf life. The he's going to command a you need to get real particular and Campbell about how you structure the contract. If you can do it fadiman, and they got plenty of L building. Now, they can loaded deal whereby you don't get hurt as bad down the road. I wouldn't go to many years and spread out the signing bonus do much because at some point you, David clowney. He's not going to be the pass. Rush into d is today there's going to be the drop off. So I'd love to get him at the top of his game next year next two years optimistically, believe third years not going to be that bad to drop off to four deer is cook could be like walking off a cliff. So I like your line of thinking and if Williams deserved the offensive line and deserves to be the third draft. I got no problem with the jets going online third pick your right? You have to address pass rush. If you're going to do that to free agent and go off into blind for the third. What that that's perfectly fine with me. Bob from port St. Lucie is up on a fan of Bob. Okay. Doing Jodi good you fine. Thank you. How you interpret? That guy's malapropism as stockists. Four. He throughout the combination name before you could say, what are your Marquette Machado was moot? Sokha's? Yeah. Oh, I didn't even think about that. Yeah. That's what I'm thinking stock is he's trying to say. Okay. Mushtaq for third base that at least make some sense. Yeah. That's what I got out of it. But anyway, it shows you where my head is out today. Okay. Now, you're might be better to my place. Actually understood guy that's pretty sad. So the NFL the rules. Did you see the Cleveland bullets more games this weekend? So bits and pieces of it. Why at the end of it? But Mark Jackson's jumping over the line. He's trying to extend the football to the goal. I saw. Yes. Yeah. Well, he he he fumbled the ball. Cleveland picks it up to about to go ninety seven yards for touchdown. Nobody was anywhere near volcanic. And they call it back, and they say that he never broke the plane because the guy called it a touchdown. And so the the whistle Buddha gate of Buddha play dead. Okay. Course. Cleveland a touchdown impossibly, Pittsburgh, a playoff position. So what is the NFL going to do about this? Future. Give it to me again. They did or didn't call it a touchdown. They call it a touchdown, right? The Cleveland play reached out to knock the ball out of Jackson's hand. Cleveland recovered and was about to go ninety seven yard touchdown. But they whistled down because they call the touchdown. Exactly. Then they replayed it and the the radio show that they shouldn't have called a touchdown. Correct. Correct. So they gave Cleveland a ball at the seven yard line. Okay. As kind of a obviously screwed up and you recovered the fumble type deal. But in essence the guy was gonna go ninety seven yards for touchdown. And to me it costs Pittsburgh, a playoff position because Cleveland was about that they lead. It could have gone the other way. Exactly. Correct. That's weird, isn't it? Yeah. I don't know. How you correct that died. I think the compromise that they had. They came up with was the best. I could do. I totally understand way. They rectified it. But the basically said whoops. We screwed up and Cleveland doesn't get the ball and crisper guess what you're done. There are some problems that just don't have perfect solution when they all play dead with the whistle. It really changes everything will come up or possibly what happened. The only other way to do. It is F B officials on the field had thought that it was a debatable. Call then you just hold off on your whistle. Exactly. Touchdown. But you don't blow the whistle. And you let the play continue. And then you say all right. We gotta go to instant replay for this one. Call on the field is touchdown. But the play will be reviewed and part of the review is if the guy picked up Iran and all the way into the end zone. It can be a touchdown for the Browns. But if they blow it dead than the players have to start. And now we're back to the National Football League in their continued efforts to be less violent game and protect their players. One of the reasons did they blow the whistle is to tell the players that the play ended. So that someone doesn't get hurt. So now, you're asking the officials to act in accordance from something different of what they're trained to do. It's not easy. It's one of those specialized plays. They're just unfortunately adds a poorly, and it puts them in a position to. Have a play the way that it ended on that one. I Johnny Mak last empire had come to you live from the town fair tire studios. Powered by town fair tire. Nobody beats town fair tire. Nobody Ohio State leads Washington in the rose ball Haskins is played. Okay. So far few giant fans who are heading home and watch the game and think that mister Hoskins could be the answer to the giants future quarterback questions. Ohio State has put up two touchdowns here in the first half and lead fourteen to three over Washington. I keep an eye on that all the rest of the ball games as well. Next time. I'm here on the fan. It's Saturday afternoon. Gary Myers denial beyond from one to four, and I can tell you one thing I'm going to watch a ballgame snipe catch a little nicks, but some point between now and Saturday when I come back, I will finish watching billions on HBO. You guys. Do you guys? Watch y'all. Somebody tuned me into it a couple of weeks ago said you gotta catch. Jodi, it's got a Yonkers derivative the one at the main characters as Yonkers got kid grades on Wall Street as I started binge-watching it. It's taken way too much control of my life for the past week. And I have three more episodes.

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Reflecting on the Legacy of Former President George H.W. Bush

WSJ What's News

04:03 min | 2 years ago

Reflecting on the Legacy of Former President George H.W. Bush

"The nation paid tribute to former President George Hw Bush on Wednesday with President Trump declaring a national day of mourning for his funeral services. The forty first president was eulogized by among others, his son. Former President George W Bush course, dad taught me a no special lesson. He showed me what it means to be a president who served with integrity leaves with courage and with love in his heart for the citizens of our country. When they history books are written. They will say that George H W Bush was a great president of the United States. A diplomat of unmasks killed a commander in chief of formidable accomplishment and a gentleman who executed to do these of his office with dignity and honour Wall Street Journal executive Washington editor Jerry Cy who covered the late president's term in office attended his funeral services on Wednesday. He joins us now to reflect on the life and legacy of former president, George H W Bush, Jerry, thank you so much for joining us. And for those of us who watched the ceremonies at home or at work on Wednesday. I wonder if you can start by just giving us a sense of what it was like to be there at the Washington National cathedral to witness this in person. Well, it was first of all a remarkable crowd that gathered there, you know, you have to remember George H W Bush left office. Quarter century ago twenty more than a quarter century ago in yet you had representatives from all across the world and all across American life there, which I think spoke of the kind of place that he holes in the American memory now, he's he's appreciated more. Now, I think it's fair to say, then he was when he left office, and that's true around the world you had Brian Mulroney. The former prime minister of Canada was eulogised because they became great friends. You had the Prince Charles of the United Kingdom there. You had the king of Jordan. You had the current German prime minister, and you had a whole assemblage of Americans of of significance in substance over the last thirty or forty years all gathered there, so I guess the first thing that struck me was there's only one man who could have brought this crowd together. And that's probably George H W Bush. The second thing that struck me was, you know, George Bush forty first president came to the Oval Office with maybe the best resume anybody's every carried into the Oval Office. He was vice president he was head of the CIA. Use UN ambassador. He was on voided China. He was a member of congress. He had run the Republican party. He was a successful businessman, and he had by most accounts an extraordinarily successful presidency. Lease on the foreign policy front. He oversaw the end of the Cold War, the unification of Germany and a successful Persian Gulf war, yet almost all the conversation. And almost all the eulogizing was about the kind of guy. He was in this word that former President George W Bush used in the clip we heard at the outset here decency. You kept hearing it over and over again his decency at his civility. And I thought it was striking that at a time. When people think a lot of that has been lost in the political debate. That's the thing that people kept coming back to when talking about George H W Bush and for you having covered his presidency. Were there any other particular moments during the ceremonies that resonated with you? I think it was it was that that he was an easy person to cover. For in the sense that he was approachable and really was kind of an open book, which you saw is what you got. Also, what struck me was the loyalty of the people who worked for him. I mean, all kinds of people that I hadn't seen in years and years made it back for this occasion. Which says something about the the way they felt about him. You know, there were a lot of jokes about things we used to joke about because, you know, reporters who I was White House reporter that. And there are pretty cynical lot. Usually we talked a lot about how he wasn't exactly silver-tongued. He was not the world's greatest public speaker. He would Bank lists words and use malapropisms frequently and we all joked about that and made fun of him for that..

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"malapropism" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

01:41 min | 2 years ago

"malapropism" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Jason Witten booger. Mcfarland's down on the field. I have seen that he's like sits on one of the camera mounts or something right debates. I have seen enough Monday night football to see that. So Jason Witten apparently is not that good. Is this what you're telling me the Twitter verse the Twitter verse doesn't like him. I've watched it a couple of times. He's awful. Okay. So he's a mala prop guy. No. I know. But Mallow I'm saying malapropisms, he's like President Bush, then he messes things up people not knowing amount of profits. It's hard to put food on your family. I'm your mess up a maximum kind of thing. Gotcha, man, and fish can coexist peacefully now that's just saying something stupid. Malapropism would be boy that took the wind out of our sails. No, no, that's no, that's an idiom. A malapropism would be boy that took the sales out of our win or. Cheap wash cloth three s that would be amount of personnel. That was Ray. So I don't even know if these are battle problems are just stupid things. So in this one he's first of all he refers to Aaron Rodgers who proved again last night. I saw the highlights that he's probably the best quarterback. Bleak, but he referred to him as what Sam Samrat? Sam roger. I thought he said say Erin, but no you hear it a second time. He says Sam. Sam rogers. Okay. So he got that wrong. And I guess this is the part of the game where Sam Rogers is bringing the Packers back. Yes. And and he says he pulls a rabbit out of his..

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"malapropism" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

03:42 min | 2 years ago

"malapropism" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Think I, mean you couldn't even hear every day you seize on one word or you know a little. Malapropism he had you go, crazy, Joe your show your bright. Guy I'm higher. Intelligence I think I like. The, you're a higher intelligence so when he said yes. I accept Russia and then ad-libbed or could have been. A lot of other people he's undermining his? Whole case Joe don't. You, even see that I will say it didn't sound believable to make it sound like a convenient excuse However I think you gotta let him. Work this out you gotta let them work? It, out with with Putin we do want good relations with don't you. There's a? Higher goal. Yeah which is not to have another Cold War that the Democrats seem to be, pushing for. The Democrats, want to totally demonize Putin and Russia and where is that going to get us hey Raymond. On the beach Huey you, wanna, give us a traffic report. What's up raven Forget, about it is there's an accident to action in two lanes closed. We it's terrible New York, City but that's not why you called right no sir when I got one question right and and as you can't. Just, just what Okay In two thousand fifteen and two thousand sixteen when all this was going. On Who was the president when all of this Russians What's going on It's well I assume it happened, during other administrations, but the juniors those two years would have been would. Have. Been. Obama okay okay so then why didn't they do something? Before the election She seen election is the center point, of, everything? That everybody's been talking about why didn't need you something in two thousand. Sixteen two thousand dollars I'm. Not mistaken he puts some sanctions that kicked out a bunch of. Diplomats, now Raymond's right he didn't do very. Much because. He assumed that Hillary was gonna win, that's why didn't, announce it that's what happened a Raymond drive safely look. Out. For. The traffic right but don't get hit by a car Thanks, thanks Raymond no but he did nothing Mazzi sees, the property wary Glen cove and other properties but but by the way he didn't and that now you, you're assuming announced because. He. Thought Hillary win and that's probably correct yes but you? Don't think there was a higher goal there. I don't want to interfere with the election some I'm going to stay out. Of this and don't wanna make an announcement unlike the. FBI that went after Obama. Was totally Manby Pam be, with the Russians he would denounce. The Russians but he would never do anything? Did he move forward when they annexed Crimea now he gives a speech. Would do, want him to do. About it of course we have to commercial what would you? Want, to do drop a bomb on Russia no but he could have, been a lot tougher with much tougher sanctions much tougher sanctions, and you could go. After Putin's personal wealth which they. Never, did there you go go, after Putin hey when we. Return subway mayhem they got the. Knife guy now they're looking for. A gunman that's a separate harrowing incident overnight but now. Let's see how the. Traffic is the BQ. We've got our report. Let's see, what else Bernie vita. Has Michael good morning lots. Problems. Right now. Queens, on the cross island Northbound there's a collision by bell, boulevard that has you slow back from northern boulevard there's also delays on the westbound BQ e from northern, boulevard into Roosevelt avenue. Exit, forty crashes been there for a while now taking out. A couple lanes on the van Wyk northbound. By liberty avenue exit four collision there along the left side of the roadway. And it's heavy back from Rockaway boulevard now on the. Westbound you're also pretty jammed. Up from the van wig, to when haven boulevard heading for..

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"malapropism" Discussed on Slate's The Gist

Slate's The Gist

02:40 min | 2 years ago

"malapropism" Discussed on Slate's The Gist

"Same day after the election eleven nine two thousand sixteen fbi attorney to i am gnome i've been there if attorney to later same day i am so stressed about what i could have done differently moved to wisconsin day after the election fbi attorney too i just can't imagine the systematic disassembly of the progress we have made over the last eight years if ford will care act is gone who knows if the rhetoric about deporting people walls and crap is true honestly feel like there's going to be a lot more gun issues too right right there are gonna be gun issues that was true most of what they were saying was accurate also notice the emphasis that kennedy put on we and i think he was implying that the f b i agents by we meant think about the progress of the obama administration that's being disassembled but i heard it is america think of the progress this country that we are sworn to protect has made none of that was wrong what was wrong was that these agents were so careless that we now know about it so that calls into question their skills as intelligence agents but nothing i heard in there makes me despair of the values of the fbi all right one more clip i've played this before we have to make this a mean three three sixteen lisa page also did you hear trump made a comment about the size of these i'm not gonna use the word ranks wang doodle roswell wang doodle well that is troubling that the man who would be president goes about bragging about the size of his dang poodle let us have six hours more of congressional testimony on that and that's it for today's show pure vietnamese daniel schrader produce the gist six twenty nine five fifteen can you believe mike sent me a screen shot of a link rather than just the link six twenty nine five seventeen i know he's like a grandpa saying www out loud when he talks about the internet's steve look ties executive producer of slate podcasts if anyone can subpoena phone call him the gist from sars sir seemed to be suffering from a cardiac perk shen i'm sorry farc shen oh no that's an infarction and this has been another amusing scene in medical misdiagnosis malapropism who des peru peru and thanks for listening

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"malapropism" Discussed on Super Station 101

Super Station 101

02:30 min | 2 years ago

"malapropism" Discussed on Super Station 101

"I don't disagree with that i don't even disagree with with sometimes the consternation that he exhibits it's just a verbiage that i think sometimes you know it's just like tonight in south carolina we have a primary i am a primary for the governor to tell people to get out there a word and get out and vote what purpose does that particularly serve as opposed to you know just go vote oh absolutely i i would agree with that you know especially as a christian you you've got a measure your words and and as you alluded to earlier there's much better ways to say things you know i love that person when you find them that can insult somebody and it takes a person ten minutes to figure out they were insulted but again kinda funny because my dad used to teach me years ago that you know to be a real good salesman you have to be able to tell somebody to go straight to hell and make him glad to be on their way exactly and that's that's not a skill i have i'm much to direct but i'm not gonna use the same words that trump would use but i have appreciation for what he's doing but you know it just i think the cat's out of the bag and i you know tense hangs in there trump gets a second term in runs for that third term you know i wonder what that would look like if he's even going to choose to do that and if not then you know who could possibly you know come behind trump it's just gonna be very very interesting to watch i agree i definitely agree murph yeah it's not it's not it's not what here's the bottom line for me right his mouth writes checks his brain can't cash i mean it's just do we not do we not appreciate words i mean just just the impact of the words themselves you can look at said with with the comment that my dad taught me there are ways to phrase things that are every bit as hard hitting but just a tad bit more articulate you mean use tact oh yeah tact yeah now that is that that's t a c t or t a c k because i don't wanna malapropism not tack.

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"malapropism" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"malapropism" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"I'm eighty bryant and this is my mom georgeanne normally we opened the show with the political statutes which can sometimes be divisive but since tomorrow is mother's day we're going to focus on the one thing we can all celebrate together mom's everybody this is my sweet little mommy mom the without your elbow would have never made it to you like the show right political stuff great great we get it was keenan's kenan thompsons mom i mean i've said one hundred ten we've all said it we get it i did it you hate trump okay next i know and there was an interesting take one of the former cast members i can't remember which one it was made the point that when you imitate someone particularly president has to be some sort of empathy involved in the what you do or think dana carvey it can't be just completely evil in mean it can't be then that's what alec baldwin's becoming it's too bad because alec baldwin i like personally as an actor as an actress get a say no not as a person no thoughtless little pig right kid that nice guy but no but i mean as a comic actor i've always liked to stuff he did before you know on the show but it's it's the mean spiritedness of and that's what they said with fun with the falling down of gerald ford had fun with a malapropism bush.

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"malapropism" Discussed on Opening Arguments

Opening Arguments

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"malapropism" Discussed on Opening Arguments

"Sixty six or something for conviction you know they i'm pretty sure they could have kept him in while cutting to the end of the story but the point is the case that we need to make is that republicans need to actually hold trump accountable or if the same thing were to happen with trump he i mean there's nothing to stop him from getting away with it unless the republicans decide to stop that is exactly what looked like that that's that's why i added that second part which is when when trump is at twenty five percent trump that's that's a nice malapropism when nixon was at twenty five percent right that was an approval rating of fifty percent from republicans that is and look like that's bad but that is still saying you've got half your base right and so it was always the question of how much of our base is going to hold yeah the democrats only had fish thirty four seats in the senate in nineteen seventy four so it could not be on a partisan basis we said this in episode the very first episode in which we introduced yodel mount right what what makes it ultimately accountable is when republicans say yeah i i can't back this guy anymore and what i want to incur right i know i've encouraged a lot of you know hey these things you know the the wheels of justice grind slowly right the muller investigation is going to take a long time i wanna continue to reiterate that right like i in no way my saying we should be complacent right we should be vigilant like that's why we do the show twice a week that's why we're out there you know promoting our episodes and and talking about these serious issues the other side has invested interest in getting you to feel like oh well look if you know if this hasn't resulted in this by now then there's nothing there and we just.

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"malapropism" Discussed on WEEI

WEEI

02:21 min | 3 years ago

"malapropism" Discussed on WEEI

"To with a whoppi being like uh like he's sees tell his kids that they let delaware manages l she's veges outrageous sometimes you have to let the other team win and nobody let alone true whig goes or or ads team lost the super bowl sunday night and mongia's zell was overheard comforting one of her daughter saying that dad one five times and the eagles never did so sometimes you have to let other people eagles what they're behind him the tea banh not my comrades shh let's let them win so little tom brady girl yeah sometimes people lose she's five years five years old she was crying and then mother is comforting a fiveyearold i'm all for picking apart brady's comments i've done it a lot airwaves this this is this was just an like a english malapropism or whatever just to that she kind of use the word yet the upsides the other team went that's all she was trying to say i don't think she was trying to say daddy gave up competing in this moment just to be not just the handed art who i believe that that rate but whoppi whoppi whoopi did she made it a bigger deal so no surprise are going to address that in in commerce time now some of the preview for the final episode which will liam will the alex reema's stuff be in this one mm uh that's a good question let's have like inception when it would be like him talking about somebody talking about the documentary in the documentary you know i i i question why brady mr no distraction broad so much attention to it as he did while mile question about brady all long is when when he says i don't like distractions i don't like distractions and then he indulges them essentially so what is the impact of these socalled distractions of this man is trying to avoid the patriots didn't lose because of any distractions these people are mentally strong players like brady would not address any tom versus time during super bowl mediaweek what you put out the documentary during the.

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"malapropism" Discussed on WWL

WWL

02:22 min | 3 years ago

"malapropism" Discussed on WWL

"Twenty percent chance for a shower or storm from the pinpoint forecast center i'm wwl tv chief meteorologist carla redondo sunny skies both north and south of the lake now 58 degrees at louis armstrong international fifty four inch die down i'm deranged wwl first news back to wwl and all things legal with doug since an albert nico call 5042601870 be for text eight seventy eight seventy hey we're back in zaria bob michel temer sinceri i said albert oh my goodness and years alberta alberta at all the auto fix that you may look i can alber now it helps 10year to a 10year have had apply allow them some i am on all about power pilot sometimes what did you say indianaatlanta malapropism said yes and sentenced him on i want to i want to the also got him out province yeah on pronounce things all the tongan that was one of my dad's biggest pet peeve that jesuit graduate that he was what mala props we had klein said would just kings of them now props while i i studied linguistics cooley from buddy dilbert as being one of my idols one of my one of my favorite uh all time i have a great buddy story but i i told afp before i i'll i'll save it for a couple of years because it's a great story though i mean it was it was it was a great story sometime i get it backwards i do i have to think about it i have to think about it but he's twelve twelve years i think if he has just thirteen years he's been gone january i think january four the v two thousand five that's one thing that the unity i re i rarely have i don't have many regrets in my life at one of my regrets and i had no control over said that my dad passed away before he got to uh to know you because he would have had a really great time bus junior chops overall itself versus judge here because we i would have our prevailed on that one i don't know youth yana he's pretty good pretty good our delasalle cavaliers are making a run for state basketball chippy are they hear of american wrong so i think they're they're head.

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"malapropism" Discussed on WIMS AM 1420

WIMS AM 1420

02:25 min | 3 years ago

"malapropism" Discussed on WIMS AM 1420

"Say we can't peak at the same time were much of a find it very difficult to do both of the things simultaneously and so we plan and then we think and then we plan and then we think in very bad cycle fraction the second but still there cycle nor of moving back and forth between planning what to say and then actually paying it and so the other phenomena are these moment where we are alternating between planning and speaking or or maybe where we get stuck in a planning phase and so we paul silent maybe or we decide to fill the silent with a little found open or and on from time to a word like you know or well the alms will buy us some time and alert the listener that we aren't done talking so please used on interrupt it also gives our audience a little insight into how our mind minders working speaking of insight there's another verbal mistake that's been touted as an unconscious look into the deepest recesses of our mind the freudian slip you could describe what puts lipid and say well these two down swapped with each other or you selected the wrong word and you asked for a condom and federal condiment rhodium part of it is where you come in and you say why did the person make that flip with that word when it seemed to produce some kind of meaning that we can interpret having some sexual innuendo behind it or having something kwaley fallacious serb pain were having something play we hostile then there is the malapropism in his book arrived offer some examples saying equivocal when you meant to say equivalent or tambourines instead of trampolines one way all make from time to time is calling a child or spouse by the wrong name these are categorized as the no better slips because the speaker realized says he's wrong and often corrects himself another giant called a class chicago malapropism is one of the speaker makes the mistake but thinks he saying the right words such as cholesterol oil for cholesterol when we hear people make verbal slips nor use a lot of arms and.

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