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Therefore I Geek Podcast, Episode 96 2016 Year in Review

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In which, our three heroes discuss their resolutions for the 2017 new year, Dude explains what Tracy’s ultimate coup would look like, and Andrew discusses his deep fear of needles.  Also, Dude tells the story of how he was incrementally banned from a radio show,and in a surprising twist, ends our podcast episode on a very positive note.

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Therefore I Geek Podcast, Episode 88, Doctor Strange

In which, Tracy, Andrew, and Dude take a break from the election coverage to watch something more mystical and thrilling–Marvel’s Doctor Strange.  Our heroes run down the list of reviewable topics, including the scope of the film, the cast (with quite a bit of division over favorite cast members), the special effects, and more.  Check out our YouTube stream to hear Tracy’s Skype meltdown at an opportune moment.

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Therefore I Geek Podcast, Episode 73 Pokémon GO, Frank Cho, and Ghostbusters

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The gang discusses some geek topics of note this week, beginning with the Pokémon GO phenomenon, which threatens to take over the world.  After that, there is a conversation about Frank Cho’s sudden departure from DC Comics.  Finally, none of our heroes really enjoyed Ghostbusters for a variety of reasons:  Tracy hates Kate McKinnon, Dude takes issue with beefcake, dumb Thor, and Andrew makes the excellent point that if Ghostbusters were a baseball game, the cast were essentially t-ball players. Continue reading

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Baltimore Comic-Con: the Good, the Bad, and the Ugly

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Once again Therefore I Geek brings you The Good, The Bad and The Ugly. This time we’re coming home from Baltimore Comic-Con.

The Good

There was sooooo much good. I mean, incredible amounts of good. Baltimore is a small, no stress con.  It’s easy to walk across the entire convention floor in only a few minutes and without having to fight through a sea of people to do it. Given that the convention center is right downtown, there are plenty of places to eat, and it isn’t unreasonably difficult to leave the con for an hour and a half for a nice lunch break. I arrived right at ten o’clock in the morning on Saturday and walked right in, but for those who got to the site a little early, the lines were well managed and moved quickly. Continue reading

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