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Anthony Bourdain, schooled by a young fan

Anthony Bourdain, schooled by a young fan

American author and chef Anthony Bourdain in conversation with a very smart 10-year-old fan. But not smart enough to remember that Czechoslovakia split into Slovakia and Czech Republic in 1992.

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Guest: (2682 days ago)
Stupid Amm...oh wait...
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Stupid Amm...oh wait...
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Guest: Diddly (2681 days ago)
Very impressed with the American presenter, who correctly noted that a 10 year old girl was the cleverist person he has spoken to. Not bad for a country with a population of 300million +
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Very impressed with the American presenter, who correctly noted that a 10 year old girl was the cleverist person he has spoken to. Not bad for a country with a population of 300million +
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Diddly Diddly (2681 days ago)
Like he's met all 300 miliion: stupid limey.
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Like he's met all 300 miliion: stupid limey.
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Guest: Haggis2go (2681 days ago)
Stupid American who pretends to be Diddly. Where does the real diddly say the presenter has met 300+ million people
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Stupid American who pretends to be Diddly. Where does the real diddly say the presenter has met 300+ million people
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Diddly Diddly (2681 days ago)
Stupid Scotsman who doesn't understand the rules of boreme: if logged-out "Duddly" [sic] was really Diddly then why won't he comment whilst signed in as such?
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Stupid Scotsman who doesn't understand the rules of boreme: if logged-out "Duddly" [sic] was really Diddly then why won't he comment whilst signed in as such?
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Guest: Diddly (2681 days ago)
Because I cannot log in as Diddly and am therefore not really Diddly per se; however, I'll still say that I am the real one despite my apparent conundrum!
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Because I cannot log in as Diddly and am therefore not really Diddly per se; however, I'll still say that I am the real one despite my apparent conundrum!
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Guest: Haggis2go (2681 days ago)
Bore me users. The real Diddly ain't the one with the account called 'Diddly,' it's the unregistered 'Diddly' without the account called 'Diddly'. I know this is confusing, but please take my word for it so that I can, uhm, I mean 'Diddly' can sully the other fake Diddly - the one with the Diddly account - 's good name...
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Bore me users. The real Diddly ain't the one with the account called 'Diddly,' it's the unregistered 'Diddly' without the account called 'Diddly'. I know this is confusing, but please take my word for it so that I can, uhm, I mean 'Diddly' can sully the other fake Diddly - the one with the Diddly account - 's good name...
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Diddly Diddly (2681 days ago)
To answer Haggis2go's (i.e., fake Diddly's pseudonym because he said he wouldn't reply ever again to the real Diddly but just couldn't help himself) initial rebuttal: If the fake Diddly wasn't implying that the girl was the cleverest person out of the entire U.S. population, then why would he mention the 300+ million number in the first place? Does he often include irrelevant and non consecutive information to make his statements illogical?
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To answer Haggis2go's (i.e., fake Diddly's pseudonym because he said he wouldn't reply ever again to the real Diddly but just couldn't help himself) initial rebuttal: If the fake Diddly wasn't implying that the girl was the cleverest person out of the entire U.S. population, then why would he mention the 300+ million number in the first place? Does he often include irrelevant and non consecutive information to make his statements illogical?
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Guest: Spartacus (2679 days ago)
No! I am Diddly!
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No! I am Diddly!
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Guest: (2679 days ago)
you're all a bunch of stupid cnuts
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you're all a bunch of stupid cnuts
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Diddly Diddly (2679 days ago)
Latest comment: What's a cnut? A coconut? Why, thank you! You're a little almond!!!
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Latest comment: What's a cnut? A coconut? Why, thank you! You're a little almond!!!
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