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Hanselminutes Podcast 143 - Week Two in South Africa - Victor

December 23, 2008 Comment on this post [1] Posted in Africa | Podcast
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My one-hundred-and-forty-third podcast is up. Scott's on holiday in South Africa with his family this month. Rather than doing repeats or "best of" shows, Scott's doing man-on-the-street interviews and uploading them over cell phone. In this episode, Scott talks to Victor, a lawyer and lecturer at the University of Lesotho with a specialization in Women's legal issues.

NOTE: I had a heck of a time uploading this episode over the 3G cell phone so that it why it's late, but it was still recorded earlier this month, hence "week two."

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December 24, 2008 19:44
This was an interesting and different show. I wondered if you got the meaning of a word he kept using. It sounded something like "clayped" and he used it as in "someone clayped a woman". I think he was using an unusual pronunciation of the Afrikaans word "klapped", meaning slapped. It would normally be pronounced much like the English word "clapped" but with the k more like k in the English word "kite" and the a sound shorter and harsher than the a in clapped.

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