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Rum Doings Episode 161: The Booth Bros

by on May.01, 2014, under Rum Doings

In our 161st ever Rum Doings, our topic is, why are we no longer a nation of bunters?

Hurrah! We’re joined by the Lord High Judge Coxcombe, who is hear to judge, well, John apparently. Next week’s episode will feature his rulings on you, the lone listener. This week, instead we begin with some comely discussion of racist, racist UKIP and corrupt career politician Nigel Farage. We consider the middle class bias of Twitter, and then Nickbot is unable to process the concept that someone might be nice about someone else without there being some concerning subtext. We then argue about whether we should put away our childish things, and Nick’s daughter’s plans to murder Martin.

We learn how to detect a fake baby Jew, revisit the “Russia are the baddies” theorem, and then require the Judge to rule on Scottish independence. It then becomes time to judge John on whether he is terrible or not.

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3 Comments for this entry

  • Ryan

    Judge Coxcombe’s voice has gotten easier to listen to since last.

  • Gassalasca

    I find it’s always been perched right at the very top of the mellifluousness pyramid.

  • Alex

    Don’t count your Tories out. Ours shed their Progressive Conservative form when being seen as caring for humans became too much of a burden.

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