Nerds Online

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Once upon a time (6 years ago), Eric wrote for a covers blog called Cover Me. That blog is now a book, and we've got the book's author running down some of the greatest covers in history plus his own personal journey from music fan to blog editor to published author and expert. 

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Symphony Sanders has been interested in the personal stories behind her favorite performers since she was a kid. She likes being informed on what goes on in artists lives at least partially because she feels it brings important interpersonal and sociopolitical realities into public conversations, but also because she has a good time with it and likes being expressive about her own life on social media as well.

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Caves, social conformity, horrible customers, and exes -- truly the stuff of horror stories. 

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Once Matt had wrestled with the big Qs of "Where do we go after this?" and "Why do we do what we do?" in his youth, he found himself more focused on the even bigger picture as as adult: "Where did this all come from?" Now, oscillating between all three and folding these big questions into being a psychiatric nurse, writer, and improviser, he finds the idea that all of existence came from cosmic "shrapnel" inordinately comforting.

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As Jo, Scout and Jee-Hyun arrive at the north bound river, they start to find more of the aftermath of the volcano and more strange places to stay the night. And Jo starts hearing another voice on the radio...

 

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Past guests, listeners, and friends share their feelings on the rock icon. 

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Ready for a dense chat about embarrassment, purpose, and fear of death? Good, because it’s coming for you! Shay went from being an artist and coproducer of Mortified Chicago to adding a more recent passion for being a death doula and funeral celebrant. Throughout those projects, she's asked others how they want to be perceived and remembered by audiences and loved ones, what story they want to be telling.