Missy Waters is part of Fortuneteller Entertainment and has worked with artists such as Black Youngsta and Caskey. She’s also a big fan of Machine Gun Kelly and The Walking Dead and we had a super geeky conversation with her.
As the name suggests, we’re nerds, or geeks if you prefer. That doesn’t restrict our topics to Star Trek and hyperdrives.
Have you ever heard anyone referred to as a [insert hobby here]-geek/nerd? For example, sewing geeks, car geeks, tech geeks, etc. We want to talk about, and to, all of them as well as traditional geek fare, such as cosplay, sci-fi, fantasy, science, TV & movies, conventions, and fandom of all stripes. We’re even hoping to eventually hit topics such as lifestyle design, music, voice acting, life hacks, health and fitness, and the proverbial “much, much more”.
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Dan’s niece Anastasia Kalman joined us for this episode. (For the right price, you could be our niece too.) Anastasia is on the show to represent the next generation of geeks. Listen as the old farts make references that totally go over her head while she schools them on what
This is one of our most favorite recordings to date. Heath returns and has brought his friends Brandon James (a.k.a. Brandon Hilton, a.k.a Onya Mann) and Michelle Shara. Brandon is a drag queen from the bustling metropolis of Pacolet, SC. He has some great stories to tell. Michelle lives and
We interviewed Sean Kerr, an artist we met at SC Comicon. He also had quite a bit to share about LARPing. And wouldn’t you know, he’s on his way to a job in Antarctica later in the year.
Today’s episode is all about siblings and geekdom. Dan’s brother Andrew joins Dan and the Jones brothers (and sister-in-law) to reflect upon growing up and becoming geeks.
We are rejoined by past guests Luna Shovegood and Kaito Takizawa. Since aliases are so popular, Chris decides to adopt one. After a brief lesson on Civil Defense, we segue into TV shows for skeptics. Then butt stuff, then time travel. We finish with each of us talking about our
Kaito Takizawa is a talented violinist and anime super-fan. He was born in Japan and moved to the U.S. at the age of four. If you’ve been to an anime convention in the southeast U.S., you may have seen him wandering the con playing his violin and serenading cosplayers with
The last two weeks have been rough, to say the least. We didn’t have a recording session for this episode. Rather, we decided to give you some of the unused audio from our One Year Anniversary Party. Some of the featured topics are characters from Duck Tales, some discussion on
We have our wrap up of SC Comicon 2018 and Melissa Klink joins us again to share some snacks she brought back from Canada. We manage to find things to talk about in between as well.
Where did everyone go? It’s up to Chris, Tina, and Dan to discuss Queen in the context of scoring movies. Which leads to the question of whether Christopher Lambert did anything good besides Highlander. More Star Wars: Rebels with a side of Star Wars. (Hey, you were tired of us
Here is a recording from our One Year Anniversary Party on March 10th, 2018. Like all the sessions we’ve done like this, it defies description. It’s a bunch of us having a good time. We’ll be back to more topical content in the next episode.
As we recover from yet another amazing Moser party, we prattle on about the Oscars. Having outdone Rick Sanchez, we have a tasting of the fabled Szechuan sauce from McDonalds. Chris lets his brony show a bit when talking about a new fighting game called Them’s Fightin’ Herds. Star Wars: