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Casey Muratori
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Back-hump Drivers
Original air date: December 24th, 2009
Topics. Black Friday. Brainwashed. Frankincense. Christian side-hug. Lennon-McCartney. Myrrh. Crucifixion. George Martin. Gold. The Nokia N-Gage. The Twelve Days of Christmas. Christianity. Rough Riders. The Epiphany. Atheism. Three Kings Day. Painting with feces. Pesos. Defective.
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Transcript
Jeff:
Hey everybody welcome to the Jeff and Casey show.
Casey:
Hello and welcome to the the Jeff and Casey Show.
Jeff:
We are at the third Podcast Studios.
Casey:
Thats True, this is the third podcast studios we have now recorded in three separate locations.
Jeff:
That’s Right, we just keep upgrading our Podcast Studios, solely for the show.
Casey:
Much like such recording greats, as say, Lennon & McCarthy.
Jeff:
Right, Just kept getting more sophisticated.
Casey:
Yeah Exactly.
Jeff:
And when we experiment with stereo separation, we get it backwards and then it reverts back.
Casey:
Yes, that’s right. They did it intentionally.
Jeff:
We did it unintentionally.
Casey:
But we don’t have George Martin! Is the thing.
Jeff:
Yep. That’s true.
Casey:
That’s the problem, if we had George Martin her there’d be no stopping us.
Jeff:
Right, that’s right.
Casey:
We don’t have him, so there’s a lot of stopping us. In fact, stopping us is something that can happen at anytime probably will happen this time. You may not even hear this because we are using new microphones and a new recording setup, to bring you this Podcast, and chances are it will end in complete catastrophe despite the fact that we thought we did some testing.
Jeff:
Right.
Casey:
A large part of this is the fact that Jeff has a Sound System which he claims functions properly, it does not.
Jeff:
No.
Casey:
Anything you play through it sounds like complete and utter garbage.
Jeff:
No something’s, something when we just got this plugged in now, something is very wrong.
Casey:
Ya, but it’s always been wrong and you refuse to admit it.
Jeff:
No its not..
Casey:
It’s kind of like, you know when somebody has a child. . .
Jeff:
No..
Casey:
..And they’re just fucked up..
Jeff:
No.
Casey:
They’re like, they’re Mentally Retarded or they’re Autistic or they’re not going anywhere and they’re like “no, he’s fine”, right the parents like, won’t admit it..
Jeff:
No.
Casey:
…that the kid is fucked up. That’s you and your Sound System.
Jeff:
No it’s not.
Casey:
You’re living in denial about the fact that you have like some kind of fucked up baby and you’re like “no he’s gonna be Prom King one day, he’s gonna be Valedictorian”
Jeff:
Something is goofy, I’ve gotta fix it, but it’s not a problem.
Casey:
Alright.
Jeff:
So we are doing a holiday special.
Casey:
We are doing a holiday special series.
Jeff:
For all you guys and, yes this is going to be kind of different than we’ve done before. We are actually going to give you 12 podcasts for the 12 days of Christmas.
Casey:
Yes one for every day on the 12 days of Christmas. Now, I know what you’re thinking. Because this is what Jeff thought as well. Jeff Yep.
Casey:
Right, I said let’s do the 12 days of Podcast, and he said..
Jeff:
I said “Dude we’re too late, we as usual, we have a good idea too late to act upon it.
Casey:
Yes.
Jeff:
Because we’re so efficient.
Casey:
Right.
Jeff:
Right.
Casey:
Because like everyone else, and I agreed with this..
Jeff:
Ya you said “ya you know..”
Casey:
That’s true but why don’t we just start on Christmas day and do one every day, just like, who said they had to come before hand.
Jeff:
Right.
Casey:
but I agreed with him that the conventional wisdom is that they come before hand.
Jeff:
Right, then we did some research.
Casey:
Now, for the first time in the history of my life anyway the Christians did me some good.
Jeff:
Yeah, they helped us out.
Casey:
They helped me out. For once they did something to help me instead of fuck me.
Jeff:
Right.
Casey:
And here’s what it was. Because I went looking for the history of the 12 days of Christmas.
Jeff:
Right, so we could talk about it.
Casey:
.And that’s actually a lie over dramatic effect, what I actually is doing was looking of the lyrics of the song called the 12 days of Christmas. But Google decided to give me insight anyway.
Jeff:
Right.
Casey:
..And what it said was, that there’s a page came up which said that contrary to popular belief the real 12 days of Christmas do not come before Christmas but after. They start Christmas or the day after depending on some Christian Menisci.
Jeff:
I see, ok.
Casey:
Which we will sort of get into in a moment.
Jeff:
Yes.
Casey:
It could be one way, it could be the other. Right. Uhh and this is why I say, “They helped us out”
Jeff:
Right.
Casey:
The Christians helped us out by moving the 12 days of Christmas. Now..
Jeff:
So what we’re, we’re actually on schedule.
Casey:
Right. Now, leave it to the Christians to think that a bullshit holiday on a day, the wrong day anyway. can have a specific set of 12 ancillary days which are also relevant that have to line up in some way, But for purposes of this Podcast, I’m glad they did.
Jeff:
It’s excellent, right.
Casey:
It’s excellent. Now what happens here Jeff, just so you’re aware of that.
Jeff:
So we’re gonna talk about the song? Is that it?
Casey:
No.. I’m just gonna quickly let you know what’s supposed to happen.
Jeff:
Ok.
Casey:
Ok, in Christian speak. We start out, Christmas is the first day of Christmas. Or we may consider it starting that Eve. So the real first day of Christmas would be the 26th. One of the other of those two things happens.
Jeff:
Yeah, ok.
Casey:
We then have 12 days that lead up to something called the Epiphany.
Jeff:
Alright.
Casey:
Which is the final day or one after the final day, depending on which of the two, you’re sort of like Nick Themeron situation we’re talking about there, alright.
Jeff:
What is the Epiphany?
Casey:
I have no idea, I clicked on the link for Epiphany and I tried to understand it, but I’m not sure that I totally do.
Jeff:
Ok.
Casey:
All it says, is that in Western Christian tradition, January 6th is celebrated as Epiphany. It goes by other names in various church traditions. In Hispanic and Latin culture as well as some place in Europe it is known as Three King’s day.
Jeff:
Which we’ve also talked about, actually before.
Casey:
Have we?
Jeff:
Yes, I said “A friend of mine who’s Hispanic said ”their big celebration and Gifts is on Three Kings Day. So they get totally, they’re totally styling because they get all the great deals everything been.
Casey:
OOhhhh fuck yeahh.
Jeff:
They shop after, so they’re in good shape.
Casey:
K, that’s not bad. So they used my algorithm for clothes shopping they’re using for everything basically, all their gifts.
Jeff:
Yeah.
Casey:
That is pretty sweet.
Jeff:
They put a little Hispanic flavor on the shopping.
Casey:
Yeah no wonder the Peso plummeted. I didn’t realize this is a problem. That’s the problem right there, they don’t have the Christmas revenue, that big push.
Jeff:
Right.
Casey:
So they’re getting all the sales, and they’re not making any money.
Jeff:
Right.
Casey:
Alright.
Jeff:
Do you think they have some Black Peso Day? Where.
Casey:
Yeah, Black Peso Friday.
Jeff:
Where everybody shops.
Casey:
I, well ok, here’s what I’ll say.
Jeff:
Yes.
Casey:
So my understanding after sort of skimming this page and trying to understand what-the-fuck they we’re talking about. Right.
Jeff:
Right.
Casey:
It seems to me.
Jeff:
Now Epiphany just is normally, is just like, it’s a eureka moment??
Casey:
So no, that is not what it is about, apparently.
Jeff:
but wait but no, is that what the word is.
Casey:
You’re talking like “I had an Epiphany” right, no. In this sense of the word they’re using Epiphany as far as I can tell, to be more, to mean more like Debutant. Like Jesus’s coming out party.
Jeff:
Oh I see.
Casey:
Right. It’s the day on which the.. the non-magical angelic special floaty fucked up heaven creatures knew that the holy god of holy’s has sent his son to us. It’s, the 3 Kings were the like external observers, they’re Gentiles, if you will.
Jeff:
Ok.
Casey:
Come upon Jesus and are like “Holy shit, this dude’s Magical”. Right, so it’s like the, like the…
Jeff:
So they’re like a home inspector.
Casey:
Yeah, Right.
Jeff:
They come in, they evaluate the Magical-ness.
Casey:
Right.
Jeff:
and you’re metaclorian count is off the scale.
Casey:
…off the chart, this is great. Right ok, exactly. We’ve been following the star.
Jeff:
Uh huh.
Casey:
Jackass King #3 said “Let’s just turn around” I told ‘em, you know “You should’ve peed before we left on the camel”
Jeff:
Exactly.
Casey:
You show up there, Right, you’ve had a Hell-uva time, Ok, right. If you think a road trip is bad, in like, some fuckin’ Chevy Nova.
Jeff:
Try it with 3 wise men who all think they know the right way to go.
Casey:
All of them think they know the right way to go..
Jeff:
I mean that’s just bad news.
Casey:
There’s only 2 humps on a camel and there’s 3 of these guys. Its, it’s ridiculous.
Jeff:
It’s terrible.
Casey:
Yeah the whole thing is a mess.
Jeff:
Yeah, they’re all arguing, with the you know the onboard computer, trying to give them a different direction. Follow the star you know.. No you know..
Casey:
They had to turn back twice to get the Frankincense and Myrrh, right everything is… It was a disaster.
Jeff:
The 3rd King kept having to stop and go the bathroom.
Casey:
It was disgusting, the whole thing’s problematic. I, in my head, I don’t know about you, but because I come from modern culture, when I think, when people say 3 Kings, I picture like the bird king head guy. Like I’m thinking of 3 of those on a Camel. That’s what I’m thinking, right. That’s where I’m at.
Jeff:
When the say 3 Kings to me.. I always imagined the Kings on a phase-card
Casey:
Oh, oh they’ve got a weird symmetric diagonal-line symmetry?
Jeff:
Right, like Alice in Wonderland. . .
Casey:
Exactly! That’s fine too. . .
Jeff:
And it’s trippy.
Casey:
I’m totally fine with that. Anyway, they show up, right, I’m imagining they show up to some manger, I mean, it’s gotta stink. You just had a baby born and it’s shitting everywhere. They don’t have modern diaper technology. They don’t have one of those things you crank it into to keep it from stinking. . ..
Jeff:
Mary’s really cranky, post-partum depression
Casey:
She’s pissed off, Yeah!
Jeff:
. . .full bore.
Casey:
Who-the-fuck knows.
Jeff:
She’s losing her mind.
Casey:
I’ve no idea. Right.
Jeff:
She doesn’t have Paxil. . . she doesn’t have anything, she can’t to bring it down.
Casey:
Right, she doesn’t have anything. . . no episiotomy, it’s just a disaster.
Jeff:
Nooo!
Casey:
She just popped out the baby! Yeah, right.
Jeff:
It’s. . .just. . .terrible.
Casey:
There’s barn animals that have been shitting and pissing on this hay. It’s just got to stink worse than anything you could possibly believe.
Jeff:
Yeah!
Casey:
. . .than you can possibly believe. These guys show up with the raw materials for perfume. . .right?
Jeff:
What?
Casey:
Frankincense and Myrrh. . .that’s what that is.
Jeff:
That’s what that is?
Casey:
Pro tip. I believe so. If I remember correctly. . .and gold. So they’re wealthy. . .it’s like you brought money and something to make this place not smell like a hell hole, so that’s good.
Jeff:
Right, it’s not Jesus, it’s Paris Hilton.
Casey:
No, exactly, pretty much, yeah exactly.
Jeff:
We’re going to drop some perfume, bling her out. . .
Casey:
Bling it out. Right, don’t bother taking a shower. Yeah, exactly. It’s fine. Anyways. . .they arrive there and discover the baby Jesus or whatever-the-fuck. Like I don’t know how it all works out, but they do. And that is the Epiphany. So apparently, these 12 days of Christmas are marking the time between when Mary squeezed Him out to when the Three Kings got there and were like, “Holy shit! It’s Jesus.”
Jeff:
Ok. BINGO.
Casey:
That’s where we’re at. Ok. So, if you will, the listener could for the duration of the twelve days, imagine that me and Jeff are two of the kings and you are the third king, We are on that camel roadtrip to Jesus. . .
Jeff:
Right. Ok.
Casey:
. . .andthat is what we are bringing you
Jeff:
And in the end. . . we are going to have an Epiphany.
Casey:
We are going to have an Epiphany. And that is what we are going to be bringing you for the holidays is. . .
Jeff:
Twelve days of podcast.
Casey:
Twelve days of podcast.
Jeff:
OK.
Casey:
And so the first day of podcast. . .
Jeff:
Wow.
Casey:
. . .that was pretty much a long winded way of us getting around to the fact that Christians are batshit fucking crazy.
Jeff:
Oh my goodness!
Casey:
Right.
Jeff:
No, I had this, and we were talking about this a little earlier, is that fact that I had this conversation with a relative of mine recently, who is Christian, and I was explaining to her that she had mentioned that I see all these Atheists on the internet and their angry. It’s kinda like..
Casey:
The godless internets, is that. . .
Jeff:
No, it’s not that, it’s like Richard Dawkins is now getting some press. . ..
Casey:
Oh, ok.
Jeff:
. . . and something has started happening where like, that people who previously would have kept quiet are saying, “You know what? I’m sick of the insanity that is going on.”
Casey:
Right. It turns out that I actually do sometimes feel more comfortable when shit, say, makes some sense.
Jeff:
Ya, ok and whatever.
Casey:
Right, yeah.
Jeff:
And so we were talking and she said, “Look, it’s different with you because you don’t. . .” and I’m like yeah ok there’s two things there. There is two groups of people. . .
Casey:
I’m sorry well unpack what you said. There’s different. . .
Jeff:
She was trying to say that there is a lot of angry atheists out there and I was saying “well I’ve seen angry Christians as well.”
Casey:
There are some angry Christians, I have heard.
Jeff:
And what I tried to say is that there are two types of people. Not Atheists or Christians or whatever. There’s the people that don’t want to make a fuss and just keep their mouth shut and move on. And then there are some people who will argue and fight and dah dah dah dah dah.
Casey:
Right.
Jeff:
And so. . .
Casey:
And you not saying those are particular religions. . .
Jeff:
No, it’s just that people in general, some people will disagree but won’t make a scene in front of everyone else. . .
Casey:
Right. Yes. And then there is you and me.
Jeff:
Probably, yea. Well, in her case, she was like, “You’ve never brought this up and made a big stink about this.”
Casey:
Yeah
Jeff:
And I said, well you need to understand something about Atheists in general. Regardless. . .
Casey:
And I could pause here and just say that, again, these are gifts from, this is us trying to provide you with holiday cheer, and. . .
Jeff:
Cheer, right.
Casey:
And so if you’re an atheist out there. . .and if you aren’t, you’ve probably turned off this show a long fucking time, many episodes ago, right?
Jeff:
That’s true. We don’t have any left.
Casey:
You could also think of this as Jeff’s pro tips on how to talk to your fucked up Christian relatives at the holidays.
Jeff:
Right. Or for the Christians just to understand where we are coming from.
Casey:
Right. So go ahead and continue.
Jeff:
So, I said, “Look, I am not going to argue with you. I am not interested in converting anybody. That’s not my thing and I don’t care. Honestly.”
Casey:
Yeah, yeah.
Jeff:
However. . .regardless of the type of person you are talking to. . .whether they are an in your face person or just a quietly go about your business type of person. Atheists think you’re crazy. I mean, we don’t think that, there is a sense of, Christians may think that we believe something different. Ok. That’s not true. I tried to explain this to her in a way that was not insulting because I wasn’t trying to be insulting. But, when I hear a Christian or any other religion, and I shouldn’t try to pull them out I just happen to have Christian relatives. . .
Casey:
Well, it’s Christmas. That’s the thing.
Jeff:
It’s Christmas and we’re talking about that
Casey:
If we were doing this on someone else’s holiday, we’d be making fun of their religion.
Jeff:
When one of my relatives says, “I’m going to go and I’m going to pray on this.” I don’t think, “Hmm, I’m going to go think about this or meditate this myself or pray to some other thing.” I’m like, “I think you’re fucking CRAZY!” They should take your license away because you’re talking to somebody imaginary and receiving advice back. The two-way thing scares the crap out of me.
Casey:
Right, I mean, one-way is bad. . .two-way is terrible. Right, just like chillingly bad.
Jeff:
Frightening. So, and again, I’m not trying to, I’m not telling you that you’re wrong, I’m not trying to say that I’m going to convert you or whatever. I’m saying that my reaction to you telling me things, whether I make a stink about it or not, is I think you’re insane and not in the little bit. . .in the like, if you started painting with your own feces on the wall, I wouldn’t be surprised. That’s that level of crazy to me because you’re talking to someone imaginary. And I know you’ve always, your whole live you’ve been talking to that imaginary person. . .it’s fine. Again, none of this matters and I’m not passing judgment on your craziness. I’m saying that, that is what goes through an Atheist’s mind.
Casey:
Mind. . .yes.
Jeff:
It’s not that we go, “Well, you know what? I sorta disagree with you.” We think you’re crazy.
Casey:
You’re just crazy, right.
Jeff:
I apologize but that’s what happens.
Casey:
And I would agree with that a hundred percent. Obviously that is what definitely goes through my mind. Well, to some degree, I feel there is a critical defect in your mental process. That is the way I usually look at it. Ok, normally, I consider it a requirement to approach the world in an effective way. That you look for things to make sense and when you find something that doesn’t line up, then one of the big aspects of human progress in the world is to investigate why it does not make sense.
Jeff:
Sure, sure.
Casey:
It’s sort of a progress from us not having any idea why anything happened to us understanding what is going on to great effect hopefully. Right.
Jeff:
Sure. And all that , again, is passing on making the judgment of they should have figured this out or how can they drive a car and still believe that? I mean, that’s crazy but that isn’t what I was trying to get across to her. It’s like, I was just saying. . .
Casey:
No, I understand what you are saying. You are saying, you see them as crazy. . .I’m saying I see them as defective. I’m just trying to give you two different. . .
Jeff:
HAPPY HOLIDAYS!
Casey:
Don’t speak. . .you can’t speak for all Atheists because some people think you’re crazy and other people think you’re defective.
Jeff:
Ok. I see.
Casey:
And maybe there is another Atheists point of view out of there. And I don’t know, but I suspect that most of them probably lie somewhere in that continuum. Right, right? You know what I’m saying.
Jeff:
Now Sean is coming around. Sean: Just if you want to know, I think they’re brainwashed, right. It’s not cult, but it is the same problem.
Casey:
Ok, ok there we go. Sort of a cult. It’s the Kool-aid. Sean: They are programmed from youth and they can’t escape the programming.
Casey:
So there are three quality atheists perspectives on Christmas.
Jeff:
Yeah, I mean, there is something interesting and I’m not again, trying to be like shit on, I only know Christians from my own upbringing. For me, it was very early, it just didn’t work for me. I don’t, it’s like, you just got it or you didn’t. I don’t know, maybe there are people that are fifty year Christians and then they wake up and say, “I don’t buy this.” or maybe they have some tragedy in their life and change their mind or whatever. But, for me it was relatively different; it always just felt like going through the motions even when I had to go to Sunday school. That’s not me trying to say that those motions were not tradition that were interesting or beautiful or whatever. It just felt, it didn’t fit for me, early on. So now, when you grow up, and this is true especially in America now, but probably, I’ve heard the same thing is starting to happen in Britain. There is this kinda new thing where you are very vocal about your religion. . .
Casey:
Oh yeah?
Jeff:
. . .particularly Christianity.
Casey:
Ok. You mean apostatizing and this sort of thing.
Jeff:
Yeah and just wearing it on your sleeve a lot more and then athletes do this quite a bit but it is happening everywhere. And that’s what is different, it seems than it used to be, and I think that is a little bit why I think you see atheists coming out a little bit more and be a little bit more vocal about it.
Casey:
Right, it’s a kinda response, essentially.
Jeff:
Like whoa guys, we don’t. . .it’s not that there is another point of view and that point of view is the point of view of the people making the world work right?
Casey:
(laughing) Right.
Jeff:
I just saying that eighty-seven percent of scientists in America are atheists. Sixty-seven percent of computer scientists just based on little surveys that they do. So a lot of people that make the world work have made this transition. Getting too upset about that means your shit is not going to work anymore.
Casey:
Well here’s the thing. . .
Jeff:
It’s slowly going to fall apart.
Casey:
Well, part of the thing there is, that this is something I’ve had a problem with Christian-wise, right. They will basically poo-poo everything that isn’t all “God-ed” up because it’s new or whatever-the-fuck. Right? They think rap is terrible and it’s the devil’s work and all this shit. Right up until the point that there is some Christian rappers. . .
Jeff:
Well, no. . .that’s it. . .
Casey:
. . .and then it’s awesome. They always turn it. . .
Jeff:
Right, they always turn it.
Casey:
So they’ll be like. . .
Jeff:
Did we, we did not air that podcast, or did we, where we spoke about the Christian taking in the terms of the nerd taking for Jonathan Colton. . .
Casey:
We did not air that.
Jeff:
I don’t think we aired that. We did a podcast where we discussed the fact. . .
Casey:
I think we did discuss that, yeah.
Jeff:
Of the level, it feels like, and I don’t know if it’s always true. . .but it seems like most of the Christian artists out there are artists that would fail in the general market.
Casey:
I don’t think you need to say that it seems like that. Because the ones that succeed, we know who they were, it was like Amy Grant and Jessica Simpson. Done, right? It’s like you know who they were.
Jeff:
Right, there are a few crossovers where you get some standard success.
Casey:
Yeah, exactly. Not picking out any names here, but usually those that were successes. . .not the highest up there on the moral standards.
Jeff:
Yeah, no, it’s true.
Casey:
It’s like fucking their manager or divorced by nineteen or all kinds of awesome shit like that, right?
Jeff:
Let’s be clear about that, it still doesn’t mean they’re worse, they’re just people like everybody else.
Casey:
It just means their songs are bullshit; which we knew to begin with, right? I’m just saying. Jeff Yeah, I know, it is the incorporation of Christian Side Hug and all those crazy raps that they take and then try to take this thing. . .they’re even called the Rough Riders, which, the Rough Riders. . .
Casey:
Ok, you’ve got to fill people in on what you’re talking about here. You’re talking about a rap group, a Christian rap group, which is hilarious to begin with.
Jeff:
Right, and probably everybody’s seen this, cause its been around.
Casey:
And it was basically a rap song about how if you and your lover, which I am not sure what that means in Christianity because you don’t kiss each other or anything apparently. . .if you are hugging face to face, so that basically your front, YOUR FRONT and HER FRONT are being press together without sufficient room for the Holy Spirit, that is just too tumult. . .too turgid, too tumultuous, too arousing, right?
Jeff:
Yeah, well Larry David pointed out the fifteen seconds to erection problem.
Casey:
So we are concerned here that when Christians are hugging each other they’re going to pop a stiffy.
Jeff:
One thing leads to another and then. . .
Casey:
Exactly. Something is getting crucified. . .downstairs and that’s a problem.
Jeff:
So they invented the Christian side hug. . .
Casey:
They invented the Christian side hug, which is hugging someone from the side so that you are both facing the same direction, shoulder to shoulder, no naughty bits engaged. If your Christian girlfriend has Christian breasts, they are NOT pushed into you.
Jeff:
No.
Casey:
And if you have a Christian erection, they are not pushed into her.
Jeff:
Right.
Casey:
Everyone is happy. Except the Holy Spirit, who doesn’t get a double feel in either direction. Which is normally what he’s getting.
Jeff:
And the Christian erection is not happy. . .
Casey:
And the Christian erection is not happy.
Jeff:
No.
Casey:
It’s got nowhere to go.
Jeff:
It’s got nowhere to go but down.
Casey:
Anyway, so this is basically the Nokia N-Gage of hugs. You’re coming at it from the side instead of from the front where you normally would. And so, that is what they were advocating in this particular rap video. Now you may continue Jeff.
Jeff:
RIght, so anyway, the funny thing about that is they refer to themselves as Rough Riders which is one of the more extreme, well, they just called themselves that. It just also so happens to be the name of a group of artist that are some of the more extreme ends of party rappers.
Casey:
So like, real rappers that actually know how to rap?
Jeff:
Yea, yes and party and. . .
Casey:
full on. . ..
Jeff:
Their songs are of slightly different subject matter, in general.
Casey:
So theirs are about, maybe you should use the Christian side fuck which involves some kind of thing where you’ve got four people in some kind of rhombus or something.
Jeff:
Right, I would imagine the non-Christian rear entry situation would be a popular rap that they would do. . .
Casey:
Right, Gotcha
Jeff:
So, they go a completely different way and so I was kinda surprised that they chose that name of all names, you know?
Casey:
Right.
Jeff:
Because they are not Rough Riders, the rough riding. . .
Casey:
Kinda indicative of something specific, ok.
Jeff:
is referring to what’s going on.
Casey:
Right, exactly. They’re not riding anything.
Jeff:
The Christian side hugs. . . I don’t know what they’re riding.
Casey:
Right. Nothing.
Jeff:
I don’t know.
Casey:
They’re riding chastity.
Jeff:
They’re riding chastity
Casey:
They’re riding their chastity.
Jeff:
Anyway, Merry Christmas. Let’s finish this one. Now we are going to do a podcast everyday. So there will be a new one tomorrow.
Casey:
Yes. There will be a new podcast every day from the Jeff and Casey show.
Jeff:
Right and tomorrow we are going to discuss Hanukah just to bring it all in.
Casey:
Yeah. Bring it all in. Now what we should say. . .
Jeff:
Now Hanukah. . .there is kinda a “Huushk” in there.
Casey:
Well it depends if you’re using the traditional kinda Yiddish pronunciation in there or whether you just saying Hanukah.
Jeff:
Ok, but it’s not an ‘H’ sometimes I see a ‘CH’ sometimes they. . .
Casey:
Well again, traditional Hebrew is not written in a Roman lettering. . .
Jeff:
Oh, I see.
Casey:
It’s like asking what’s the correct way to spell Dostoevsky or Chicosky. There is multiple spellings right? It depends on how you decide to translate their script into our script. So I don’t think that the Jewish pronunciation translates into any specific letters. They just said, “Hey maybe the ‘CH’ is a little more accurate for the sound ‘hchuuu’”
Jeff:
I see. I understand. Well, tomorrow we are going to talk about that and a little miscommunication that messed me up. . .
Casey:
We should also say that today was you’re, that little gem you just received there, form the Jeff an Casey show was a partridge in a pear tree.
Jeff:
Right, partridge in pear tree day.
Casey:
Tomorrow will be
Jeff:
I don’t remember.
Casey:
Two turtle doves.
Jeff:
Yeah turtle doves.
Casey:
Right, and it will be two turtle doves of Hanukkah. A treat to look forward to on December 26th.
Jeff:
Ok. See you tomorrow everybody.
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