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Tom Dyke has known the original 151 by heart since he was a preschooler, his pure fandom being born along with the Pokémon franchise itself. He has played the video games since he could hold a Game Boy, and his dad was the only adult in the neighborhood who would help he and his friends play the trading card game. So one can imagine his delight at the advent of a mobile game that would allow him, and potentially his friends, to catch Pokémon all over the world. 

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On July 29 we're doing a live show celebrating one of the performers in this lineup. Deduce who, and enjoy some classic stories while you're at it!

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Get cleaned up, cause Mike and Spencer are taking you to a shrine! While discussing the game Rising Sun, they take a look at the Shinto religion of Japan.

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During a hunting mission, Elliot gets injured. Jo and co have to figure out how to get them medical supplies from a town that isn't over run by the Mors Tua Men but by something else. 

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One of Yazmin's earliest memories is her family watching one of their favorite movies: Killer Clowns from Outer Space. From Michael Myers to the Redfields of Resident Evil, her family came together to experience horror, for better or worse (too many zombies have been known to keep kids from sleeping well). She even enjoyed when they would gather around to scare one another with stories of their own crafting and has witnessed a few paranormal events that she's never been able to shake or explain.

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Back to Southern Illinois for the second part of an incredible show corralled by the one & only Ben Rathert. 

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Alyssa was born a rebel, as evidenced by her refusal to accept an "Indian" name in place of her own as a kindergartener on Columbus Day. This small rebellion opened the door to an interest in eking out the truth about colonialism, imperialism, and revolutions throughout her schooling. In college, she declared a Middle-Eastern Studies and Political Theory double major to feed her thirst for knowledge on how the history of colonialism influences the sociology of current cultures.