The language she is a-changin'. I will listen with new ears for the differences that I would once have called errors. It won't panic me so much for someone to "ax" me a question and that's nice. There's a whole subject I don't have to worry about any more.
The professor means to be entertaining but I wish he hadn't laughed at his own jokes. I think I would rather see him in person as it might be fun to see some clowning to go with the puns.
It was worth my time. I might even listen to it again sometime.
At first I didn't like the narrator but his elegant sounding Italian won me over somewhat.
I don't know. Maybe.
I was inspired to look up some names. Those people were real...I could find them in Wikipedia.
The humanist poet, Lucretious
Penned some verses the Church thought were specious
When Poggia found 'em
He spread 'em around 'n
Pretended to think them facetious.
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