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02-12-18 -- Jeffrey Tucker - Tone Vays (MP3s & Video LOADED)

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Other topics discussed (just for fun)...

Bob Wire vs Barbed Wire

Chester Drawers vs Chest of Drawers



From Uncyclopedia, the content-free encyclopedia - http://uncyclopedia.wikia.com/wiki/Bobwire


Early design sketch of bobwire, as drawn by its inventor Bob "Two-thumbs" McGinty (LEFT PIC)

Bobwire (often mispronounced barbed wire) is a special type of fencing material designed to subtly discourage trespassers by gouging out chunks of their flesh.



Bobwire was invented in 1835 by Georgia inventor Bob "Two-thumbs" McGinty, in order to stop elves from getting into his garden.


McGinty's original prototype (which is on display at the Smithsonian) consisted of fish-hooks wrapped around fencing wire. Other more intelligent people later improved upon the design by replacing the fish-hooks with the pointy metal bits we know today.

The specific details of bobwire construction are a highly classified and are much more complicated than just twisting together strands of wire and filing the ends until they're nice and sharp.

It might seem that simple, but it really isn't.



"Cactus Jack's attempts to Freddy Kruger-fy Randy Orton"

Despite McGinty's obvious insanity, his bobwire quickly became very popular among his neighbours, many of whom had real gardens that they were anxious to protect from the aforementioned elves.

Bobwire quickly spread across most of the southern United States, eventually making its way to the western states, where it proved to be much more successful than the "No Cows Allowed" signs which had previously been used.Ent3

Originally invented to deter elves, bobwire can be effective against many illusory pests. Here we see it being used to strangle Oscar from Sesame Street.

It was at this time that it began to be known by some as barbed wire because many people erroneously assumed that the name bobwire was merely the result of a very thick accent. These people were later soundly beaten with whifflebats, but even today it is often still referred to incorrectly (see also: chester drawers).

During World War II, the Germans had a team of scientists trying to develop their own version of bobwire technology, but due to the defection of Albert Einstein, they were unsuccessful and thus lost the war.

The Secret of Bobwire


Fun Facts

In Dutch, bobwire is called 'prikkel draad, which roughly translates as "Damn, sharp cable!"

Most bobwire is used outdoors, however most bobwire accidents occur in the bathroom.

There are more bobwire fences, per capita, in Wisconsin than in all of the Upper-East-side of New York City.

If you took all of the bobwire in the world, and placed it end-to-end, you would very clearly have too much time on your hands.


While bobwire has many uses, it should not be used as a substitute for any of the following items:


dental floss

roofing nails

penguin feed

bed linens

the underwire in sports bras


Retrieved from "http://uncyclopedia.wikia.com/wiki/Bobwire?oldid=5955600"




Chester Drawers vs Chest of Drawers

chester drawers/chest of drawers


This was a post on Facebook.

This is both a pronunciation and spelling issue. From hearing the mispronunciation, many assume that the word is "Chester drawers" (as if Chester were a brand name) and write it as such. But it is actually three words: "chest of drawers" (a chest made up of several drawers).


Michael James Young · 

Florence, South Carolina

Here in South Carolina we have a town named Chester, and I always thought it would be hillarious if Chester High School nicknamed its sports teams the "Drawers." Fans could wave underwear in the stands to show their support, their mascot could be a guy in a cardboard chest-of-drawers, leading the cheer, "They're gonna fold, and we're gonna put 'em away!"

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Grammarerrors.com - Common English Language Errors

That's hilarious!

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Victoria Midkiff · 

University of Cincinnati

I think this is hilarious. I grew up hearing people say this all the time. When I was small I actually thought it was spelled like a man's name, e.g., Chester Droors works at the Bureau. I also love "Chip in Dale," as in Chester Droors is from Chip in Dale, or the three friends, Chip n' Dale and Chester Droors carpooled to the Bureau. Thank you for reminding me of Rod Iron. What a foursome: Chip n' Dale, Chester Droors and Rod Iron!

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Sue Good

Yeah a comment on I read about the drug epidemic someone made was talking about "drug attics." I responded by saying "yes, those drug addicts are especially dangerous that live in attics". lol

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Lance Bell

This is so wrong. Just because many people mispronounce or misuse words does not make it right. This, like many other words and pronunciations, is part of a dialect or vernacular English, not proper English!

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Michael Bannan · 

Works at Phnsy & Imf

What about "you have to get used to to it!"

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Sandy Wright Klotzbach

I just saw the IKEA commercial about a re-call of their "Chester drawers!" The founder of the company is speaking and although he has a strong accent, he still refers to them as "Chester drawers!" lol

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Colleen Horner Adams · 

Works at Marvin Windows and Doors

Just saw this on a FB posting this afternoon! I'm dying to say something, but it seems it would be kind of mean!
Another one that bugs me when people have something for sale is "red in color". Why not just say RED.
Or, rod iron instead of wrought iron. Oy.

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Yoly Leung · 

Works at Remembering Michael

Hahaaaaa ... I also write chester drawers without knowing that it's a brand name ... But I think it is commonly used now ... nevermind

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Dave Johnson · 

Bognor Regis

It's not a brand name.

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Bob Cannon

People are so stupid. They don't even know the guy they voted for TWICE for President is also named Barry Soetoro. He went to school as a fraudulent foreign exchange student here. So, he WAS either born somewhere else OR he lied to scam the system. Either way, he should be in jail with NO chests of drawers. LOL

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Keith Morison · 

California State University, Chico

Try again Bob.

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Tim Corbett

Yeah Bob.....some people ARE stupid.

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Chris Maidens · 

Nottingham Trent University

This is not an issue with pronunciation. You just don't understand anything outside of your RP and London bubbles.

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Adam Schroeder

I hate to tell you but this isn't just a British mispronunciation. It's also very much a southern United States mispronunciation too.

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Jan Hooper · 

Works at Self-Employed

Just fyi. In my day it was chester drawers. It doesn't matter what it is supposed to be. We all used chester drawers, therefore it is probably as correct as chest of drawers. https://static.xx.fbcdn.net/images/emoji.php/v9/f57/1/16/1f609.png;)

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Dave Johnson · 

Bognor Regis

It wasn't, you were just wrong then too.

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Melissa Jean Cobos-Panton · 

University of Melissa

Well if I were Chester I would be pissed that you were selling my drawers. It's chest of drawers.

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Hour 2 - Jeffrey Tucker (Author, Exe Editor of Laissez Faire Books, Chief Liberty Officer of Liberty.me, Former Director of Content at the Found for Economic Ed) on Bitcoin, BCH, Crypto. Jeffrey will also be speaking at Anarchapulco 2018 this coming weekend in Acapulco, MX


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Topics Bitcoin , Cryptocurrencies, anonymity, regulation

Hour 3 - Tone Vays (Trader, Risk Analyst, Blogger; Speaker) continues the Biotcon/Bitcoin Cash/Cryptocurrency debate


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Tone has worked on Wall Street for almost 10 years starting as a Risk Analyst at Bear Stearns and later becoming a VP at JP Morgan Chase in the aftermath of the 2008 financial crisis. His expertise is in Economic Trends, Trading and Risk Analysis. Ever since getting involved in the Crypto Currency ecosystem in early 2013, he has been very active in spreading the relevance and importance of this technology as it helps promote economic freedom. Tone was recently featured in a Bitcoin Documentary – Magic Money. Tone is now an independent content creator at LibertyLifeTrail, on his YouTube Channel & WorldCryptoNetwork focused on sound economics & finance. Tone holds a Masters Degree in Financial Engineering from Florida State University along with Bachelor Degrees in Mathematics and Geology.


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