Episode 32

Warren gets his chocolate in your peanut butter, Chris gets his hoagie in your grinder & Jordan finally gets his gun, this week on Horsetrack Hooligans.

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Updates & Corrections

Herbert Lom played Chief Insp. Charles Dreyfus, Inspector Clouseau’s Boss in the Pink Panther movies

Grinder is Italian-American slang for a dock worker—New England. Called grinder because it took a lot of chewing to eat the hard crust of the bread used. In Pennsylvania, the term grinder refers to a sandwich that has been heated. In eastern Massachusetts a grinder is a toasted sub, for example the sub is toasted in a pizza oven.

Ax Handle had it wrong.  Gayle King is Oprah’s BFF NOT Grace.

Flatcap mistook Glenda Jackson for Glenda Jones by mistake.  Bad Flatcap.  Bad.


Show Notes

KONY 2012 (summed up nicely I think)

Addendum:  Then this happened



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Dirty Sanchez










Baker’s Chocolate









Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups Commercial – “You Got Your Chocolate In My Peanut Butter”

Robert Oppenheimer









The Suite Life of Zack & Cody


























Icing Sugar


















The Usual Suspects Line Up

Pulp Fiction Basement Rape Scene – Bring Out The Gimp

Reservoir Dogs Michael Madsen about to kill Marvin the policeman

From Dusk Til Dawn creepy Quentin Tarantino / Juliette Lewis scene

Peep Show

Way To Go You Movie! – Hopscotch










Walter Matthau










Herbert Lom – Clouseau’s Boss in the Pink Panther Movies







Ned Beatty








70’s hot – Glenda Jackson










Sam Waterston (not the creator of Calvin & Hobbs)








Jack Kerouac








On The Road










Burger King Movie Drinking Glasses

Bhagwan Shree Rajneesh








Rolls Royce Silver Ghost







Joseph Stalin










Magic JohnsonLarry Bird







Ty Cobb








John Wayne Bobbit







Fuck that magazine! – Recoil Magazine










Jersey Shore










Details Magazine










R. Lee Ermey















UN Peace Keeping






Lester B Pearson – Canada’s 14th Prime Minister


























Gun Shows (Canada)







Cross stitching










Rug Hook Art









Wood Burning Set








Chemistry Sets








American Regional Dictionary










Molasses AKA Long Sugar










Hoagies & Grinders


  1. Flatcap
    Mar 19, 2012

    Great work as always ax handle. I called Glenda Jackson Glenda Jones by mistake. Would a rose by any other name be as sweet? And by sweet I mean you know…

    Faceable. My autocorrect submitted a less offensive term.

    (I meant fuckable).

  2. Gavin Pitts
    Mar 19, 2012

    Stout episode, Gentleman! I doff my mad scientist cap at you!

    BAKING CHOCOLATE : Never tried baking chocolate as a kid. I did, however, mistake the aspic jelly that tinned ham comes in for jelly as in “strawberry, lime etc frozen dessert” and ate a handful of it by itself. As Oppenheimer might have said had he done so, “I am become nauseous, destroyer of bathrooms”.

    FROM DUSK ‘TIL DAWN: Enjoyed it a lot, especially the vampire parts, but was disappointed that most of the vampiric effects (most notably snake-dancer Selma Hayek TURNING into a snake vampire) ended up deleted to make the pace faster. Did enjoy Cheech Marin in his multiple roles.

    HOPSCOTCH: Glenda Jackson quit acting in the Eighties and has been a British Labor politician since ’92.

    RAJNEESH: The Rajneeshi/Orange People tried to establish a massive presence in Australia in the Mid-Eighties, when they bought up huge tracts of land here and tried to convert most of Australia to their cult, reckoning without Australia’s racism towards anyone not White. Orange Person media spokesperson Ma Anan Sheila became a weird kind of celebrity for her foul language and disdainful attitude during interviews “Australia is uncomfortable with Rajneesh? Tough titties. You think we’re a cult? You’re full of shit. You want us to go away? Tough titties.” She ended up being jailed for assisting the Bhagwan along the road to enlightenment by poisoning him to death.

    GUN SHOWS: As Canadians (saner, chillier Americans) How come the three of you like guns so much? It’s quite interesting. Despite my proficiency with a sniper-rifle (used one at a Forensic Ballistics demo once, got 26/30 headshots), I am not a gun person. I prefer knives- you just can’t flense a Mormon effectively with the bayonets attached to most rifles.

    KONY: Surprised you didn’t mention that many Facebook people have mistaken pictures of Carl Weathers as Dillon from PREDATOR as pictures of the warlord. But then, “they both got scores to settle”.

    great work!
    “Killing Jar”

    • banks!
      Mar 20, 2012

      I’m not as big a gun nut as Chris and Jordan. I’ve fired a few guns before but I am no where nearly as well versed in all things guns as those two. I think I compensated by being more into sports. Unfortunately, you probably won’t get to hear that on the podcast, being the only sports fan in the room.

  3. Karlin
    Mar 19, 2012

    There was talk of molasses and there was talk of guns and here is a story that combines the two worlds together into a gooey mess of old timey fun. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Boston_Molasses_Disaster
    To sum it up quickly: A massive tank filled with molasses to be used for munitions manufacturing explodes. Fun ensues.

    Thanks for the great episode!

    • banks!
      Mar 20, 2012

      Thanks for the comments Karlin. I am aware of the Boston Molasses Disaster. In fact, the band I’m in has just finished writing a song about that very event! I’d like to take the credit for that idea but it was all our singer’s idea. You can thank Toren of Caustic Soda fame for that one.

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