Change name to "Stuff you missed in 7th grade Womens Studies"
I hope that they start focusing more on historical events and less on biographies of people. it's cool to have background knowledge on historical figures but this has turned out to be quite boring as of late
This show has gotten pretty stale. Women have done some awesome stuff and have had to overcome alot but I feel like lately all of the subjects of this pod have been personal heroes of the hosts, and people whose stories are kind of voring. Did they have historical importance? Yes, but that doesn't make for an entertaining 30 min. Compared to earlier episodes these latest episodes are bland
what an amazing woman
Rename to: Stuff WOMEN DID THAT You Missed In History Class
Seriously ladies; expand a little. I get that women are awesome, but you can do shows on guys as well.
Lyle Broadhead Guys are already covered. It's called "history."
Well, Scots is an English dialect and they are more or less mutually intelligible.
this pod could be so much better. Im sick and tired of hearing about slavery and or sexists topics. i took womans studies in high school and understand the importance of looking back on past atrocities but holy shit. these two woman are lame. history can be so much cooler
love your show! keep it up ladies ❤
one interesting podcast idea would be about the Black Ball pirate ships
Lowland Scots primarily spoke Scots, not English. Gaelic is not pronounced 'gay-lik', its closer to 'gah-lik'.
unless picked up as a kitten feral cats are not able to be domesticated
The movie got made! It's called Queen of the Desert.
wish they would slow down.
I'm really surprised that Missouri didn't uphold slavery.
The Little Town I grew up in called New Haven Missouri There was a well off Family Called Trails Hill that family had a tunnel that went under the road and straight to the Missouri River they helped runaway slaves
My Great Granny worked for them and so did her children my Grandma Dorthy my Mom worked there
Those Trails people remind me of the Walton's lol.
It pays to listen to family background
I love this one! I've lived in Tulsa all my life and I had never heard of the Tulsa Race Riot until last year when my class went to the Jewish museum and the curator brought it up. I'm exited because at school we get to learn about it this year. Thank you for talking about the Tulsa Race Riot. Have a Hood day.
Nails on a chalkboard
I listened to "How the Berlin Wall Worked" and only learned that Kennedy may have said he was a jelly doughnut in German. Waist of my time.
its surprising how something for us is common sense , it was out of the box thinking then. she was an amazing woman, much enjoyed this podcast, thank you