Nerds Online

The Nerdologues will travel across Chicago to destroy the greatest evil the city has ever known. With nothing but their lackluster skills and hearts to guide them, the Nerds will venture to stop the evil Wrigley Wraiths as they try to reach the "dragon".
Wrigleyville creeps ever further south as the wraiths attempt to reunite with the one being that will return the Cubs to their former glory, and the city to its former evil.

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Susan Messing is an improv deity, and she was nice enough to come on the show and tackle some subjects she cannot stop reading about fueled by anger and curiosity. We focus more on the Scientology side of things than anything else, but the whole thing is fascinating and hilarious just like Susan.

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It was one of the defining games of a generation - if you belonged to a super-specific generation of 1990s gamers - and now we're gonna talk about it. Don't jump out of your trolleys prematurely for this discussion of Donkey Kong Country

Hey Jennifer Lawrence. Mike Jando from the Nerdologues here. Looks like you need a date to the Chicago premiere of X-Men. If that's a thing. I mean if it's not a thing we can just hang out and. I dunno. If you're going to be in the Chi town (that's what we call it here) then give me a ring on the ol' twitter, @mikejando. We can split some of that beer I found at the end of the video. 

 

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Nerdologues member/webmaster/genius Steve Persch graces the MBSing hot seat to jam about all things website building. Or at least as many things we had time for plus some other tangents. Listen to my gears churn as I try to keep up with the details, and stand in awe as you listen to someone with a theatre degree describe how he turned a challenge into a career (and a hobby) through self-teaching.

The vast majority of Hogwarts students were not off having disruptive adventures. But they all read books!
Maybe not equally well.

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Any regular listener of MBSing knows how much I love the Atlanta Braves, and a vast majority of that love is due to my father and my brother. I had the opportunity to sit down with them to chat about our mutual love for the Bravos and how it has flourished over the years. Eyes got teary, metrics got sabered, and fun was had.