Language,  Society

Trampled Underfoot Podcast – 147 – Stone Homes Are Except A Bowl

In Episode 147 of the Trampled Underfoot Podcast: Eloy Escagedo and Mark Lindsay take that long and winding road from home ownership and maintenance to the evolution of the English language. It is a meandering path indeed. Which is a better building method; building with stone or wood framing? We talk about it.

Next, it’s a brief discussion of travel and tourism. The places we’ve been, the people we’ve met, and the things we’ve done have shaped us into who we are.

Finally, we discuss the evolution of the English language, and its rapidly changing definitions and pronunciations. Is the rate of change getting faster due to instant world-wide communication? Once we start down that path, can we ever go back? What the heck does “except a bowl” even mean?

There is back yard clean-up, Rick Steves, London Bobbies, sod houses, and so much more than can be described here, so grab your favorite beverage, sit back, relax, and enjoy!

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