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A Dallas listener and her boss have a dispute. The boss says the staff should get “on the stick.” The caller and her co-workers say the correct phrase is “on the ball.” Grant gives her an answer, then suggests a third option used in Hawaii: “on the kinipopo.” This is part of a complete episode.

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  • I always thought it was shtick and not stick. So “get on the shtick” actually means “get your act together”. Not certain but sounds better than riding a stick shift geez.

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