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What would YOU do if you won two hundred million dollars? It's purely a hypothetical question, of course, as it's highly unlikely you'd ever actually have such a vast amount of money in your possession. I mean, the odds are likelier that you'd become President of the United States than win the lottery. So... forget it. Sorry I even brought it up.

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If you've ever wanted to jump in on a room full of 9 Nerdologues members away on a retreat, this is the episode for you. Featuring special guest and Nerd Emeritus Bill Kenkel!

"When I asked her to do this she said 'This is all I want to do with my life.'"

Before Claire officially joined Dwight and Eric in Cover Stories she rocked out this song from The Cranberries.

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Even though Shelby considers herself the kind of nerd who is "so into things people are embarrassed for you," she chose a very traditionally cool, rebellious passion to talk to me about, tattoos.  Shelby has 6 (or more if you start counting them individually instead of grouping), and they all mean a great deal to her.

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Join Chicago Loot Drop's Mike Chuck for a discussion of a wide array of topics from video game movies to wrestling. In this episode, everything's on the table - or through it. 

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Last year's fanfiction episodes were so fun that we decided to do them again! This time, we brought along special guests from Chicago's very special, very cool Peaches & Hot Sauce comedy collective as well as the Chicago Nerd Comedy Festival! 

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Independent filmmaker Chris White's request to be on the show prompted a need for the first call-in MBSing, and the results made for one of my favorite episodes! Chris shared his top five power ballads in film with me, and we got off on a ton of other film (and reminiscent) tangents.

"The Wyld Stallyns can go to hell, something tells me they will."
Storytellers Steve Persch

Steve plays his guitar in public for the first time and successfully fakes out the audience with his song about the wild west.


They said "be excellent to each other." And yet Billy the Kid was Left Behind.

Listen to the recording of when this song debuted at The Nerdologues presents: Your Stories.

Written by Steve Persch
Guitar by Eric Garneau
Cinematography and editing by: Shawn P. Boyle -

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Add this podcast to your inventory and equip your favorite earbuds as we chat with Improvised Star Trek's Sean Kelley about JRPGs!