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From the podcast: Your Stories

Saturday, September 8th, 2012

From the podcast: Your Stories

Saturday, September 1st, 2012

In this first part of our September episode, departing Nerdologues member and newly-minted doctor Bill Kenkel asks us all to think like scientists and propose a theory -- any theory we want -- about the world around us. What results is pretty damn spectacular.

Tuesday, August 28th, 2012

The final battle to be the last immortal! The last one! Wait. The last one? 

Video production by Shawn Boyle and Diane Boyle at http://www.OffpointMedia.com

From the podcast: Your Stories

Wednesday, August 22nd, 2012

We love you guys so much we're bringing you an extra episode this month. How lucky are you? How lucky are WE to be able to sit down and chat with four of the five directors of Cor Res Theater, a unique and awesome group based in Chicago, IL. Not only do they have a SCANDALOUS Nerdologues connection (listen to the episode to find out what!), but they're actually putting up a show about the very thing we've been talking about this whole month--the end of the world! Perfect, right? Right.

Tuesday, August 21st, 2012

This is what happens when Nerds pretend to be bros. #davematthewsband

Video production by Shawn Boyle and Diane Boyle at http://www.OffpointMedia.com

From the podcast: Your Stories

Wednesday, August 15th, 2012

It's still the end of the world as we know it, and yep, we're feeling fine with these sweet monologues (and songs! lots of songs!) about the end of days.

Sunday, August 5th, 2012

Try to imagine what it would be like if the bosses from Mega Man could say what they were actually thinking. 

A scene from the Nerdologues' live comedy show, The Skywalking Dead

Video production by Shawn Boyle and Diane Boyle at http://www.OffpointMedia.com

From the podcast: Your Stories

Wednesday, August 1st, 2012

To tie in with the Nerdologues sketch troupe's month-long run of shows in July entitled "The Skywalking Dead" -- which was all about the end of the world -- this month we've got a bunch of stories along those same lines. What messages of doom and gloom (or hope?) do our speakers have for the audience at home about the end of days?

Tuesday, July 31st, 2012

The worst (and best) part of the internet is the COMMENTS. 

Video production by Shawn Boyle and Diane Boyle at http://www.OffpointMedia.com

From the podcast: Your Stories

Sunday, July 15th, 2012

Part 2 of July's revelry episode gets JUST AS CRAZY as the first one (by which we mean, it stays relatively sane but features people telling really entertaining-slash-reflective stories about their past exploits).

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