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Nathan Jansen of Comedysportz Chicago, Baby Wants Candy, and Challenger joins me to talk about Kansas, bad first homes, and more.  Poor Choices Live Show April 16th 8 P.M. Upstairs Gallery Chicago.

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So here's something: April is the last "themeless" episode of NP:YS. The music episode was so popular that we decided to have a rough unifying principle guiding each recording going forward. Still, three of the four stories represented in this part of April's show have a kind of childhood/growing up theme to them, so get ready to wax nostalgic!

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Dave Maher joins me to talk about his time as a music critic, improvising in college, and well, everything.  It's a super sized podcast.  April 16th 8 P.M. Poor Choices Live Show at The Upstairs Gallery Chicago.  It's Free.

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At the end of last month we hosted our first ever live remote show at Challengers Comics, 1845 N. Western Ave in Chicago. It was a total blast and we really appreciate all our old and new friends who came out, as well as the accommodating staff at that lovely shop. Here's the episode that resulted! We had to cut a few things due to some shaky audio (though mostly this episode's up to our regular quality), and you'll find a few more prepared comedy bits than usual, so we could introduce the new audience to what it is the Nerdologues does.

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It's March, which starts with the letter M. You know what else starts with the letter M? Mmm... donuts. ALSO - music! This episode is all (mostly) about music and features some fantastic original, never-before-heard songs by comedians Andrew Bentley, Bill Kenkel, Steve Persch and Claire Freidman, as well as a really touching monologue about music's power from blogger Shawn Boyle. Claire, myself and all-around creative fellah Myke Golliday also have non-musical nerd moments to share. Join us, won't you?