Nerd Lunch Podcast 135: Be a Better Nerd

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Nerd Lunch Podcast 135: Be a Better Nerd

The podcast welcomes its second guest from The Improvised Star Trek, Sean Kelley. Inspired by Sean’s blog, the podcasters take you through a journey of current nerd social issues and pontificate on ways to be a better nerd. Addressed in the discussions are treating geek girls with respect, internet hate, and nerd pride. Nerd To-Dos feature lots of television watching including Veronica Mars, 24, Orphan Black and Arrow.

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  1. CT February 26, 2017 at 12:48 am - Reply

    Yeah, i realize it's a departure for us to have a "very special episode" and get serious. It definitely took me out of my comfort zone. That said, I felt like it was worth doing. At least once.

    Nothing in the interactions I've had with fans/listeners of our show have led me to believe that our specific listenership needs to hear this, but my hope is that this episode is helpful and encouraging anyway.

  2. Jack February 26, 2017 at 12:48 am - Reply

    Wow, an episode where you guys are being serious… I don't like it. No, really, I do. You covered some good points, it's just kind of culture shock for your regulars. Sort of like turning on CNN and seeing Jerry Seinfeld doing an analysis of the war in Iraq.

    Sword of Shannara, Pax, excellent choice. I will spoil nothing here, but will tease you a little. I read the first half-dozen Shannara books, and until I encountered R.A. Salvatore, Terry Brooks was my favorite author. I always thought that Wishsong of Shannara was the high point of his work, but that's another subject.

    Sword of Shannara is a fine piece of work, and I will be curious to see whether you picked up on the same thing I did. After you're finished, if you would like to have a little private discussion, visit me at http://steampunkjack.weebly.com, where you will find a contact form… If you want. No pressure.

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