The title of our blog series speaks to me on several levels.
A Google search (be very careful there...) suggests the word “poop” is optionally defined as:
relevant information, especially a candid or pertinent factual report; low-down:
"Send a reporter to get the real poop on that accident."
1945-50, Americanism; apparently extracted from poop sheet;
And for poop sheet:
a circular, list of instructions, press release, etc., providing information about a particular subject.
1. This is a “vintage” phrase. The timing of its origin appears to match that of Klipsch & Associates.
2. I have heard Paul W. Klipsch use the term.
3. It was actually used as a headline in a 1982 Klipsch Pro bulletin. (Read)
4. And finally, it is not politically correct!
Welcome aboard! Hopefully "Good Poop" will keep you amused, and you will keep me honest.
- Jim Hunter
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