That Was Genius - A Funny History Podcast

A Little Bit of Bump and Grind (Movement week) - That Was Genius Episode 58

March 18, 2020

In out in out shake it all about, it's movement week!

Tom starts us off this week with a whistlestop tour of the humble Waltz, a dance deemed too risque for stuffy bishops because it involved (shock horror) touching! 

Next up, Sam takes us to the Wild West and Mary 'Stagecoach' fields, the first black woman stagecoach driver in the US. A ripped, gun-toting, bar-room brawling, horse hitching badass who started delivering mail across the mountains in her 60s, and was never late once.

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