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Kellen and I appropriately enjoyed cups of joe he brewed for us as we chatted about one of his favorite things, coffee. His entrance to the interest in coffee is fun to hear about, his knowledge of the subject is fascinating, and our digression to a general discussion of having passions and routines is goddamned lovely if I do say so myself.

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In this second part of our sayonara to Alex Talavera, we've got a bunch of great speakers sharing what the phrase "best-laid plans" means to them.

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Caution: If you do not like singing AND fun, you will not like this episode because there is a ton of both. Jessie Stegner (the third member of my improv team Raygun Reagan to be on MBSing) and I gab like gal pals about a favorite topic of both of ours: musical theatre.

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I jawed with White Sox fan Bill Meincke in this super fun meeting of two baseball minds. I hope we didn't get TOO inside baseball (oh... that's what that means...) to preventthis conversation from being enjoyable for non-fans, but honestly I loved it so much and think everyone can. We really delved into what makes this game mean so much to us, and we share some really vulnerable baseball nerdiness.

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Last month, founding Nerdologues member Alex Talavera left us to go be an adult in Colorado. LAME. On Your Stories, he's saying goodbye with an episode he helped put together - Alex picked the theme, hosted, chose the songs, and generally lended his awesome presence throughout the episode. Help say goodbye to a Your Stories favorite.

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Don your sleeveless shirts and tie your bandannas, folks, because this MBSing has a dress code.  I sat down with my friend and fellow Nerdologues member Eric Garneau (and his sweet doggie AC) to chat about his musical hero, Bruce Springsteen. Eric has actually written a scholarly paper and been to a symposium about The Boss (both of which I'd think are MBSing guest firsts).