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Therefore I Geek Podcast Episode 49, OG Hitmen



In which, Tracy and Kurt discuss the similarities and differences of Kingsman: The Secret Service and John Wick.  They discuss Samuel L. Jackson’s inconsistent speech impediment, and the dangers of messing with Keanu Reeves’ dog.  Andrew is out sick, and Tracy had a crash course in audio editing this week.

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Therefore I Geek Podcast Episode 47, Star Wars: The Force Awakens



In which, Andrew, Tracy, Kurt, and Becky discuss their impressions of Star Wars: The Force Awakens.  Kurt mentions that JJ Abrams successfully avoided an eternity of being called “Jar Jar Abrams,” Andrew wows us with deep, insider knowledge of the Star Wars universe, Tracy wants to try space food in the Star Wars universe, and Becky drops an awe-inspiring fan theory.  This podcast is full of spoilers, so listen at your own risk. Continue reading


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Editorial | Holiday Recipes for the Festive Geek

How does one show off one’s geeky side during the holidays in a tasteful manner?  It’s a problem as old as time.  Fortunately, my friends, I have the answer, and it is a brilliantly simple one: baked goods.  Obviously.  What else are your friends and family quite as happy to receive, after all?  In order to make your holiday season as festively geeky as possible, I’ve compiled some really cool recipes that reference fun fandoms. Continue reading

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Comic Review: Sheriff of Babylon #1


The Sheriff of Babylon (Vertigo)
Writer: Tom King
Art: Mitch Gerads

Disclaimer: I absolutely love everything that Tom King has ever published, and I’ve been waiting for this book to come out for several months.  I absolutely adore crime/military dramas in entertainment, but I am also very picky about details.  I am one of the few people I know who will watch Criminal Minds for five straight hours, and criticize every detail that seems unlikely or violates normal protocols.  King writes about what he knows, and he keeps details thin, rather than making up filler that may be an inaccurate description of the world in which he is writing. Continue reading


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