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Well Blow Me Down: A Guys Guide to Talking Like a Pirate

by John Baur

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Get out the eyepatch and brush up on pirate-eze. The Tucson Citizen Avast, ye scurvy dogs and saucy wenches The Pirate Guys Mark Cap'n Slappy Summers and John Ol' Chumbucket Baur were as surprised as anyone when their idea for Talk Like a Pirate Day went around the world in just two years. In 2003 more than 19 million people on seven continents took part in the fun. The Pirate Guys have been seen and heard on CNN, National Public Radio, the BBC, Radio Ireland, and plenty more radio stations and newspapers around the globe.… (more)

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Get out the eyepatch and brush up on pirate-eze. The Tucson Citizen Avast, ye scurvy dogs and saucy wenches The Pirate Guys Mark Cap'n Slappy Summers and John Ol' Chumbucket Baur were as surprised as anyone when their idea for Talk Like a Pirate Day went around the world in just two years. In 2003 more than 19 million people on seven continents took part in the fun. The Pirate Guys have been seen and heard on CNN, National Public Radio, the BBC, Radio Ireland, and plenty more radio stations and newspapers around the globe.

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