The iPhone 5 is released with a new shade of lipstick and Mitt Romney thinks 47% of the country (which includes Grandma and active military personnel) are a bunch of freeloading bums and doesn't want their vote.
As more women come forward with inappropriate images of Rep. Anthony Weiner's...well, wiener...including racy text messages, I offer my reasons for why he should step down from office.
The topic of gay marriage made its way into the news again recently – conveniently during another election year – therefore I enlist the help of frequent guest-host, Patrick, as we discuss the subject within the context of equality, civil rights, religion and politics.
On this week's 'Game of Thrones' discussion: Two living Targaryens. Two sad Dragons. Two damaged Starks. Two blue eyes. One Night King. One episode remains.
Jon Snow does a mic drop. Eddard is a big fat liar. Cersei gets dissed. Arya channels the Force. Varys has balls. Warning:...
The first Presidential Debate has come and gone, and it’s time for a little ‘post-game’ wrap-up relating to the candidates’ performance, whether there will be any change in the polls and some fact-checking.
This week I am joined by Vanessa Gabriel from Girls-Gone-Geek.com as we tackle everything from DC Comics, superhero movies, Community, Felicia Day and my (unhealthy) love of Batman; to politics, ObamaCare, the 24-hour news cycle and just about anything in between!
This week, I am joined by listener-favorite Vanessa G of Girls-Gone-Geek.com, as we discuss all things Dragon*Con and take an entertaining, informative & insightful romp through geek culture, comic books, cosplay and her experience at the Atlanta conference.
As we head into the final days of the election, I respond to listener questions relating to exactly what the Electoral College is, its history and how it works, what makes a “battleground state” and a wrap-up of the week in election news.
This week I'm joined by Patrick, as we discuss the cantankerous debt ceiling debate and our (strong) opinions regarding the behavior of both sides of the isle.
In a fast-paced season in which we’ve enjoyed some incredibly satisfying episodes, we were given a somewhat slower Game of Thrones episode this week.
“Blood Of My Blood” represents a number of turning points for the season – especially for Dany – as we begin to step into new and uncharted territory for the series.
I'm joined by Vanessa G of Girls Gone Geek, as we have an impassioned 2.5 hour discussion on the subject of SOPA and Net Neutrality.
This week’s discussion begins with the campaign fundraising results for May – including what Romney’s superior $77 million-dollar haul could signify – in addition to the infusion of corporate money (thanks to the ‘Citizens United’ Supreme Court decision) into our political process and how new media has made running for President a billion-dollar endeavor.
On this episode of the podcast I'm joined by my friend, Peter, as we wax poetic on recent geek culture and recap all of the nerdy things that has excited us over the last few months.