In the 29th episode of Inciting Incident, in lieu of recent events and the 30 for 30 on ESPN by the same name, Al, Brian, and Heather all discuss experiences relating to being from and/or growing up in northeast Ohio, and why the Factory of Sadness isn't exactly hyperbole. We will also discuss Game of Thrones' ranging popularity and critical reception.
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Al Laiman is a double major/minor at the University of Pennsylvania. He has written and contributed to The Fourth Estate, lordsofpain.net, the Philadelphia Film Society, the Penn Moviegoer, and published five books. He won Audience Choice for Best Film at the Third Annual Hershey Student Film Festival. He also was the longtime host for the Internet show the show "Jaded Hope" available on YouTube.
Brian is the co-host of NXT: Breakdown, a graduate of the University of Pittsburgh, and frequent panelist at Tekko, Bronycon, and Zenkaikon.
Heather Vincent is an aspiring comedian, utlizing social media to get her voice, her jokes, and how adorable she is in a box at Taco Bell, out there. She can be followed at : https://www.facebook.com/HeatherVincentComedy/
Twitter - Al- @AlLaimanLOP, Brian - @BrianTheFuzzy, Heather - @HV_OverMyHead,
YouTube - www.youtube.com/c/AlLaimanLOP
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