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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).

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Wherein I sat down with my dear friend and (former) fellow member of The Nerdologues, Alex Talavera. I've never seen No Reservations, but I want to start after hearing Alex talk about it for a little under an hour (even though it seems like most of what Alex gets from the show is rage jealousy).

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Hoo boy oh boy, episode 37! Today we're talking with Kevin Horst (IO's Trolley, Ben-Hur) about some of the best and worst examples of morality systems in gaming, and Clayton's shoes make weird noises. Enjoy!