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Norm Blumenthal attorney for workers and consumers. Selected as the one of the Top Attorneys in Southern California. Regular contributor on Money For Lunch
Alessio Cavatore managing director of the company he co-founded, River Horse, in order to publish games of his own making. The first one is Shuuro, soon followed by Turanga, Loka, The Tarot of Loka and the latest 'Terminator Genisys – the miniatures game'. River Horse also provides game design, layout, graphic design and crowdfunding services for wargames companies, like Mantic (Kings of War) and Warlord Games (Bolt Action)
Anne Browning Master Certified Trainer and Coach grows people. Prior to becoming a coach Anne was a counselor and has been working in the human growth field for over 25 years. She was one of the first staff hired to train coaches for the best selling and now deceased Debbie Ford. Anne trains individuals, couples and businesses in specific brain techniques to assure lasting change and continued growth. She is a believer in and a student of Positive Psychology and has used that model for almost two decades
Aaron Peterson owns and operates a Personal Development/High Performance training company called Achieve Today. Achieve Today was recently recognized in September 2014 by Deseret News as the 2nd best company to work for in all of Utah. Aaron has believed always believed in Personal Development and High Performance, and his passion for helping people has only grown
Did you ever meet someone and just kind of know that they've got their sh*t together. I mean it all makes sense. The right attitude, the location, that french word, what is it, Je ne sais quoi and all the other stuff...Well tonight, our special guest Mr. Scott Hughes owner and operator of not one but TWO, that's right two very successful Geek havens is here to talk to us about why he does what he does and how he does it well. We get the insight into the mind of a guy who is a geek and yet wants his people to have fun while still making a living at it. You definately do not want to miss this interview...
Then of course we will cover the usual. How sexy are hosts are, Star Wars hype, the Apple watch for the techies out there along with some interesting thoughts from Jess regarding Bosom Bands, a new fad in Japan. Yes, I said Bosom... it's a real word so I can't get in trouble for it...
So pull up a chair, settle in and let's get ready for another great episode of the Den...
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Ever wonder, as you play your favorite game, "Gee, I wish I could dress up like that character?" For most, this is comes and goes as a fleeting dream. Some, however, take it upon themselves to assemble all of the sewing skills as well as arts and crafts knowledge to successfully dress up as their favorite characters from their favorite games (and movies/Animes/Mangas).
This week, the GCR crew goes DIY, exploring the inner-workings of the cosplay "machine." They'll discuss helpful hints/tips, resources, and issues that surround the cosplay scene. They'll also explore how to "dress" up your wargaming miniatures with some avid advice, and there may -- or may not -- be a few additional surprises waiting for you. So tune in, and don't miss out!
Dragon Dronet and Chuck Skull return to Movie Addict HQ for another discussion about special effects in the movies. Dragon and Chuck both boast impressive movie credentials. Their film credits include exciting motion pictures like The Planet of the Apes, The Scorpion King, Eraser, Conan the Barbarian, Night Train, The Chronicles of Riddick and many more.
When he was only 10 years old, Dragon won a year-long scholarship to the Renaissance School of Art in Oakland, California. He is now an expert in props, costumes, weapons, miniatures, stunts, martial arts and swords. Among his accomplishments are doing props for Total Recall and choreographing the gorilla fight scenes in Tim Burton's The Planet of the Apes.
Chuck is known for his work in Night Train, Under Lock and Key and Death Riders. He also hosts the following shows on BTR: "Slull's World of Mayhem," "Wacko World with Kat Vecchionne and Chuck Skull," "The Golden Age of Radio" and "AudioFile."
During this episode, Dragon and Chuck will talk about the fascination and challenges of special effects work.
With the anniversary of 9/11 coming up Jim, Dave and Josh plan on talking a bit about the Memorial itself. Mainly how many feel it is designed to earn revenue more than anything else. That can be hard to argue with the high price of entry, t-shirt sales and offerings of statue of liberty miniatures.
Have you been to the Memorial? What do you think? Is it too costly and does the sale of tourist items lessen the meaning of this hallowed ground.
Please join us with your opinion, some 9/11 reflection and a few other EMS news items.
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Sometimes we have ideas and games we'd like to talk about but nowhere to really place them in the greater scheme of our gaming plans and machinations. You might think that we are elitist and just don't want to talk about them. I say to you, nay, for we will create a show just for these odds and ends that just don't fit anywhere else!
This week, the GCR crew will be talk about the wide open world of tabletop miniature gaming. We'll also be talking about games that are incredibly easy and other ones that are incredibly difficult to play.
Plus, Scott will regale us with another one of his patent-pending Impromptu Game Reviews. so don't miss out!
Star Trek Lives and it lives on through games, such as Star Trek Attack Wing. Tonight Dan, one of my new co-hosts, and I will discuss Wave 6, what ships are a must have? GenCon exclusive DS9 upgrade pack and cloaked ships, is this good or bad for the game? Blind Booster's should it be continued beyond the Borg Collective OP? Join us for some fun fan talk, Thursday July, 24th at 6:30pm EST.
In this show Ill be interviewing Teras Cassidy of Geek Nation Tours.
Geek Nation Tours is a fantastic tour company dedicated to the Geek in all his and her multifaceted interests. It creates holidays for Geeks by Geeks. Tours include Geeky conventions, tournaments and tours to places of historical significance to the Geek.
Join us as we discuss gaming, comics, sci-fi, and all things geek!!
Ray Lai is a concept illustrator and prop designer working in the film industry with a special knack for and love of sci-fi and fantasy projects. He has worked on many features films such as Neill Blomkamp's Elysium, Joseph Kosinski's TRON Legacy, José Padiha's Robocop, Zack Snyder's Watchmen, Catherine Hardwicke's Red Riding Hood, Miguel Sapochnik's Repo Men, both Fantastic Four films, X-Men 2 and X-Men 3, Night at the Museum 1, 2 and 3, Underworld Awakening, Underworld Evolution, The A-Team, The Core, Thirteen Ghosts, I Spy and I Robot. And the upcoming features, Duncan Jones's Warcraft, Sergey Bodrov's Seventh Son, Sam Taylor-Johnson's Fifty Shades of Grey and Chris Wedge's Monster Trucks. Has also designed key props for Cabin in the Woods, Mission Impossible 4, Percy Jackson 1 and 2. Ray is a big fan of practical visual effects and miniatures. His approach to designing props is not unlike an industrial designer, except that his designs might exist in a future world or a fantasy world. You can email your questions to firstname.lastname@example.org or follow us on Twitter @123Film
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Big Ships, small ships....big hammer, small hammer, blow them away on the first salvo or win by skill. All these questions we will answer and more about the miniatures game "Star Trek Attack Wing"..
This week we will also start our new co-host John.
As always we will continue to bring you the best science fiction and entertainment news on the interweb.....
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Tonight Jim and I will talk about the new RPG/Miniatures Game based on Star Trek called "Star Trek Attack Wing"
We'll have as a special guests the people who are members of the FB page who helped push it to 400 likes and over.
With the time remaining we'll bring everybody up to speed on this weeks episode of "TVD" and "The Originals" as well.
There has not been a Star Trek game of this magnitude since the card game put out by Decifer back in the 90's. There are actually a lot of similarities between the two, the main difference is the use of minatures.