Introducing: The Morning Line Podcast!

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Dan Kauffman
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Re: Introducing: The Morning Line Podcast!

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The Steward wrote:
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Dan Kauffman wrote:
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Datass Tho is now easily my favorite SIM horse name. Wow.
Hope y'all know I'm not pronouncing it that way!
I can't even come up with a reasonable alter pronunciation. All I can figure out is that if you say it really fast so that it comes out like it's one word, that gets around it some.
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Post by The Steward » 1 month ago

Dah Tah!'s Though.

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I'd just say it like Data (Day Tuhs)

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Nena Olson wrote:
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I'd just say it like Data (Day Tuhs)
I've been challenged to say it different every time.
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The Steward wrote:
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Nena Olson wrote:
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I'd just say it like Data (Day Tuhs)
I've been challenged to say it different every time.
with your final time pronouncing it "Dat Ace Doh"
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The Morning Line Episode 11 - Morning Line Mailbag with The Steward

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At the midpoint of the year amidst Dylan’s mysterious disappearance, The Steward returns to the Morning Line to answer your burning questions. Why did she change her stance on real-life sires in the game? How does one support their own stallion? Does schooling in the gate or paddock actually do anything? And most importantly, what should you do with a dead body? She answers all these and more, with some hot takes interspersed throughout!

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Now standing: KINGDOM COME - the Steward's new "Go-To" DR sire

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Cleo isn’t here right now. She has mysteriously disappeared.
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I ran into Dylan at the grocery store and asked him why he was buying all that bleach? :o
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Post by Dan Kauffman » 1 month ago

The "juice a horse" idea blew my mind, and now I'm in the middle of an angel/devil inner conversation about what I would do.

Oh, and if it paid my bills, I would happily do 40+ hours a week of anchoring a SIM TV operation. Especially since I have close to zero job security right now.
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Dan Kauffman wrote:
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Datass Tho is now easily my favorite SIM horse name. Wow.
Year 36 gave me a good opportunity to name a horse with a really silly name.
I bred my mare, Fertilizer to Perfect Night.

I was thinking how do I get a good name from a mare with the name of Fertilizer, ...and well, pooh...I wasn't getting anywhere with it. So, I got to thinking about Perfect Night... and for me pizza often is part of a perfect night. Then it dawned on me to name the claimer type filly....

Pizza She Ate. : )

say it out loud a few times, (with a British accent if that helps) if you didn't get the pun upon first reading. She also ran true to her name. :?

I love it when I come across names like Datass Tho, but I'm rarely clever enough to think of them. Another name in the Sim that use to make me laugh when I saw it, was: Toilet Bowl (Throne x Super Bowl Sunday).

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Post by Carole Hanson » 1 month ago

Thanks for answering my gazillion questions haha! I didn’t ask about my yearlings because I already know they suck lol, that’s why I asked about the foals, there’s always hope until there isn’t!

Also, everyone go breed to MOON FACED!

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Those ducking degens asking all the hard questions
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Re: Introducing: The Morning Line Podcast!

Post by Dan Kauffman » 1 month ago

Stormy Peak wrote:
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Pizza She Ate. : )

say it out loud a few times, (with a British accent if that helps) if you didn't get the pun upon first reading.
It took me a couple tries, but it was worth it :-D
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Post by Lisa Bennert » 1 month ago

Great listen as always, thanks for taking the time to do these! :)
I didn't know you could ask questions about specific horses, or I would have asked what the heck happened to Long Gone Day in his last start, lol.

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