Sep 17, 2017
There’s nothing better than the open seas. Nothing but the wind at your sails and the water below. Traveling the world to see exotic places and becoming a national hero. That is what Captain James Cook set out to do in the late 1700’s.
James Cook was a boy who aspired to captain a boat and see what the world had to offer. When he had the opportunity he left his family at home and sailed in the Seven Years War. Once the Canadians were defeated he took a Captain roll sailing across the world.
On three separate journeys Cook went as far North as Alaska and as far South as Antarctica. He was able to journey to the Virgin Islands, Hawaii, and even Australia. Each posing their own threats and adventure.
On his last journey Captain James Cook and his men had a bit of a bumpy experience in Hawaii. At first they were mistaken for their Sex God Lomo but their divinity was called into question after they ate all the food. This final trip was Captain James Cook Final trip for a reason.
Give a listen to The Language of Bromance in Episode 169 Captain James Cook Fish Muffins.
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Together Richard and Shawn formed the podcast The Language of Bromance and from there it has been nothing but fun. The duo laugh about things they go through, stories in the news and even getting serious discussing net neutrality along with other issues. Every so often their friendship turns to a bitter rivalry with their nerdiest creation the draft episodes. An original take on a best of or a top 10 list. The draft episodes are done like an NFL Draft 7 rounds where Richard and Shawn flip-flop picks on various topics.