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Friday, October 20, 2017

Vic and Sadecast 052 – Wallpapering at Midnight (10/20/17)

s-l225 (16:01) Will the Gooks tough it up and have their upstairs wallpapered at midnight?

Examine this episode more closely: 41-02-03 Wallpapering at Midnight

“Vic and Sade” was written by Paul Rhymer.

As always, a big THANK YOU to Internet audio pioneer Frank Edward Nora and ONSUG for hosting the VIC AND SADECAST.

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posted by Jimbo at 1:19 am filed in Jimbo,Oct17  


  1. Rush should have told them that “Children should be seen and not heard” doesn’t work very well on the radio! Hey, I wonder what the origin of that expression is!? I bet Rush knows.

    Comment by Dave in Kentucky — October 20, 2017 @ 4:45 am

  2. Yep, too many episodes exist with Rush not being able to gab even a little….

    Comment by Jimbo — October 20, 2017 @ 6:04 am

  3. From

    “In the original form of this proverb it was specifically young women who were expected to keep quiet. This opinion is recorded in the 15th century collections of homilies written by an Augustinian clergyman called John Mirk in Mirk’s Festial, circa 1450:
    Hyt ys old Englysch sawe: A mayde schuld be seen, but not herd.

    A ‘sawe’, or ‘saw’ as we would spell it now, was a medieval term for saying or proverb. It has the same root as the words ‘say’ and ‘saga’.

    While the expression was originally aimed at women, the Old English names denoting gender are now somewhat altered. A ‘mayde’ was normally a young female, usually unmarried, although it was also used to denote celibate men. Girls however, could be of either sex, the term simply meaning young child.”

    Comment by Dave from Wisconsin — October 20, 2017 @ 7:39 am

  4. Major synchronicity alert: just seconds before reading your reply Dave, my brother and I were talking about “hominy”. No kidding.

    Comment by Jimbo — October 20, 2017 @ 7:52 am

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