Macaws, rum flasks and yes, more cannibalism references – it’s a party, a Donner Party of a good time! Everything a pirate needs to start off a day’s hike in a Caribbean jungle. Join us for minute 23 of Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man’s Chest as we discuss more Caribbean cannibalism references, Cotton’s parrot delivering Cotton’s disturbing message and plea, Joshamee Gibbs’ achieving a reputation, the origin of hip flasks and gin smuggling women of the 18th century, a beached Black Pearl, and the incredible reality and difficulty of careening a pirate ship in the Golden Age of Piracy.
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