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The Midnight Poutine Podcast - Nov. 3 - 9, 2010

Posted by Jer / November 3, 2010

Krista Muir This week we're simultaneously hopped up on Halloween candies and depressed about the U.S. midterm election results. It makes for a somewhat schizophrenic podcast but if you can handle a few musical ups and downs, you won't need to be committed. Greg tells us what Halloween was like in the Big Apple, Amie explains why she wasn't here to received her Nobel Podcast Prize last week, and Jeremy just listens.

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Share your leftover candies with this week's Midnight Poutine Podcast:

Le Husky - La Maison Hantée
Clinic - I'm Aware
The Meligrove Band - Bones Attack!!!
Ruby Coast - Whatever This Is
Language-Arts - Tuck it In
Jenn Grant - Let's Get Started
Justin Rutledge - Be a Man
Clothes Make the Man - Mean What I Say
The Famines - Free Love is a Sales Technique
Oberhofer - Dontneedya
The Joy Formidable - Greyhounds in the Slips
KristaMuir - Between Atoms
Sean Nicholas Savage - Disco Dancing
Sharon Van Etten - Wish I Knew
Chico Mann - Ya Yo Sé

photo of Krista Muir left alight directed by Kara Blake, taken by Julie Blake and found on Krista's myspace page.



Etienne / November 9, 2010 at 01:58 pm
I'm here to answer your question about what kids are saying in french to replace "trick or trheats". In fact, it's pretty basic, we simply say "Halloween", but I'm 26 so maybe the new generation have lost a little bit the spirit of the night and they go straight to the point and simply ask "bonbons". But after big search over the net (wikipedia) I've found an interesting adaptation, in Mexico they ask ¿me da mi calaverita? ... can you give me my little skull? :) / April 18, 2013 at 04:03 pm
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I'm a writer from Koekange, Netherlands just forwarded this onto a colleague who is performing a little research on this. And she in fact ordered me lunch simply because I discovered it for her... lol. Actually, allow me to paraphrase this.... Thanks for the food... But yeah, thanx for taking some time to talk about this issue here on your site.

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