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We're bringing NERDY back! We will discuss our favorite nerdified content on BBC America that is fully devoted to all things Dr. Who, Orphan Black, and The Nerdist! If you're a geek that loves any or all of these shows, you don't want to miss this one!
Last night was the midseason premier of The Walking Dead. And it did not disappoint. SPOILER ALERT. We will be talking about the entire espisode. If you haven't seen it yet watch it before tonight's show :)
Kongo gives his thoughts on our education system and how its not preparing our kids for the real world nor does it teach being "happy". He breaks down the "American Dream" and as always opens up about his own thoughts of what that is for himself.
We're back with another exciting episode of The Dennis Daniel Show, and this week, we welcome back one of our most exciting guests. The Avatar returns as we welcome back voice actress from Nickelodeon's "The Legend of Korra," Janet Varney.
Join us as we talk with Janet about working on the exciting final season of the popular Nick series, Korra's last hurrah at New York Comic Con, and Janet's works outside of voice acting, including the hit FX hit series "You're The Worst," and her exctiing podcast, "The JV Club" which you can hear on the Nerdist network.
We'll also take some of your listener questions, so join us for an all new Dennis Daniel Show. Friday at 5PM EST on BlogTalkRadio.
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Gish Heart is in trouble. At 35, her small public relations firm has dwindled to nothing. In Volume One - Smarmy Glamazons and the People Who Love Them - Gish interviews at an agency where night club attire seems to be required.
About the Author:
Jennifer Lynn brings 20 years of media industry experience - that is, writing, editing and outright cynicism - to Smashwords. The Gish Chronicles are fictionalized, dramatic accounts of Jennifer's true experiences with recruiters, bosses, editors and colleagues as well as those of her inner circle. Please share your professional pain with Jennifer on Twitter @fictionjennifer or send e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org. When she's rich and living on a beach near Nice, however, do not count on her to care.
Most of all, please remember ...
“No human ever became interesting by not failing. The more you fail and recover and improve, the better you are as a person. Ever meet someone who’s ALWAYS had EVERYTHING work out for them with ZERO struggle? They usually have the depth of a puddle. Or they don’t exist.” - Chris Hardwick @nerdist
On this Episode of DaShizznett Yolo,Armand and The Crew gives you our crazy unique and informative view Indy news ,events and WWE. Plus whatever else is on our mind which is probably stripper and p0rn!
Take some time this week to remember your original happy hour: Saturday mornings as a kid, waking up at dawn, jumping on the couch with a bowl of chocolate cereal, turning on the ‘toons, tuning out the outside world, and working your way into a sugar hangover before noon. Join us as we talk to writer director Enid Zentelis about her new movie Bottled Up, available now on iTunes, Amazon, VOD, and theaters in select cities. We also fail to solve the gender equality debate in Hollywood, but not for lack of effort from our other guests Dan Casey (associate editor of Nerdist News), Dean Haglund (The X-Files, The Ladykillers), and Jacqui Holland (Silent But Deadly, My Best Friend's Girl).
This all sprung from an article that Jamie of blackgirlnerds.com put me onto about Chris Hardwick's comments on 'Doctor Who' being British.
Jamie Broadnax, Melody Cooper and St. Clinton all join Geek Soul Brother to talk about Black Nerds needing their own platform, the inclusion in predominantly White nerd culture, and convincing Black people that it's okay to be a nerd. This is an introspective discussion on where nerd culture is in reference to race and ethnicity.
Lastly, I asked who was going to see EVIL DEAD this weekend? If not, check out THE BRASS TEAPOT. Comments are welcome on Facebook or Twitter. Hope you enjoy!
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