After debating some grammar, Evan and Noah discuss more Luigi’s Mansion 2 and to what extent EA is abandoning Nintendo.
Grammar Corner Addendum: Also, Noah got mixed up in his inflammable analogy, but he left it in the show since he knew he could address it here. “Inflammable” used to mean “not flammable,” much like “inconceivable” means “not conceivable” and “inconsequential” means “not consequential”. However, people thought of “inflame” when they said “inflammable,” and the word was misused so much, we now have to say “non-flammable” for something that cannot be ignited and “inflammable” means you can light something on fire. Thanks predominantly to linguistic trailblazer Evan, pun intended, we may have to start doing the same with “bimonthly”.
April 1, 2013
Evan and Noah
00:01:49 Grammar Crossfire with Noah and Evan
00:04:27 Game Night Reminder
00:05:11 Evan’s Tech Corner
00:12:27 Player Input: Luigi’s Mansion: Dark Moon and Need for Speed: Most Wanted
00:34:38 Is EA Abandoning Nintendo?
00:57:56 Listener Feedback