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Even though he's a transplant from the ATL, Charley fell in love with Chicago history somewhere between watching PBS and reading Devil in the White City in the mid aughts. He's been on countless architectural boat tours, taken architectural courses around and about the city for funsies, and was supposed to be a tour guide at some point, but got hired by some Kennedys... so... yeah he worked for Kennedys instead. 

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In 1990, Milton Bradley released HeroQuest, a board game described by our guests as "D&D for jocks." This week, Gannon Reedy and Erin Kay Van Pay detail how, 25 years later, they've got far beyond MB's original vision for the game to make something truly epic.

"If I ever find happiness with someone I will become a boring shell of a human being."
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Storytellers Bill Kenkel

Bill, a founding member of The Nerdologues, says it is all about sex.

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The second part of our episode recording in LA last month is jam-packed with bad jobs, child-rearing tips, and monkeys!

"It's that moment when you get 15 pages into a book and you get all fizzy inside... you say 'ohhhh.'"
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Storytellers Chris Crotwell

Chris Crotwell celebrates the wonderful phenomenon of finding a new author to dive into; this turns into a tribute to one of the most meaningful writers in Chris's life, Terry Pratchet. 

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Last month we went to LA for a couple shows, like this Your Stories. Be warned, this episode is highly entertaining and full of really fantastic guests.

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2 friends. 1 mic. An hour and a half in a kitchen to cover all the fun ground of reality competition shows. Chris and I were up to the challenge, and I think we survived this amazing race. Listen to find out how Chris feels he has truly been shaped by reality shows since he started watching them at 13, which show he'd love to be on, and how we both think we'd respond to the pressure and strategy of these shows.

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It's a question as old as time, and this episode's going to answer it: when you reach 100% of a game's achievements, do you then feel like 100% of a person?

"You can really use this in any context where something might be smooth."
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Storytellers Chris Geiger

Everyone knows Will Riker is the galaxy's best comedian. Here's proof via Nerdologues member Chris Geiger!