Like most of our episodes this one is just a dangler…a bone cage dangler with one hell of a white knuckler suspension rope bridge. Join us for minute 37 of Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man’s Chest as we discuss simple rope bridges in history and of the cannibal Pelegostos, marvel at Will Turner’s uncannily white puffy shirt, try to figure out the logistics of the Pelegostos’ bone cages, get a brief introduction on the Native Bridge Guard (Alex Cong), explore the backstabbing nature of pirates – the Motely crew/Black Pearl crew – how many men it takes to crew the Black Pearl, and their quick proclamation of “every man for himself”, and the historical origin of this centuries old phrase.
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