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August 01, 2011

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Ray Girvan

The third down: "Planet of the Knob Heads".

FX: juvenile snigger.

You may not be aware of the British slang - http://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/knobhead .

John F. Ptak

Thanks, Ray! As it goes, I've received a number of comments regarding that word, all of them coming from the big island just to the west of Europe.

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