Earth Station One Episode 257 – 2001 / 2010

Earth Station One Ep 257
On this episode, the ESO crew travel back to the year 2001 to journey on a space odyssey of a lifetime and check in on 2010, the year we made contact. Mike, Mike, Mark Holmes, and the award-winning artist Mark Maddox travel through the Star Gate to discover if the monolith really is full of stars. We also rustle up Captain Lovehandles of the Possum Kingdom Ramblers and give him a few turns in the Geek Seat! Plus, a special announcement from friend of the station, Drew Leiter and the usual Rants, Raves, Khan Report, and Shout Outs!

Table of Contents
0:00:00 Show Open / Rants & Raves
0:22:28 Interview & Geek Seat w/ Captain Lovehandles
0:43:12 2001 / 2010
1:33:00 Dr Geeks Moment of Science
1:34:35 Khan Report w/ Drew Leiter
1:44:22 Show Close

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ESO on iTunes
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The ESO Window Sticker
Make-A-Wish Foundation
Mark Maddox
Mad Scientist #30
Femforce #170
Genterine Records
Tim Price online store
Captain Lovehandles
Chameleon Con
Dad’s Garage

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