Author: Greg Mehochko

Positive Cynicism Ep 22: You Know, For Kids

Positive Cynicism Ep 22: You Know, For Kids [ 47:30 | 0.01 MB ] Play Now | Play in Popup | Download (72) Getting back to the original idea behind the Positive Cynicism podcast, @chadsmart is joined by For Kid’s Sake Director Shema Ruperto to discuss the organization helping orphans in Bangladesh as well as their upcoming Superhero 5K fundraiser. For more information check out www.forkidssake.net....

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Corn Nation’s Five Heart Podcast Episode 36: Huskers Lose to NIU and Drop Eichorst

Corn Nation's Five Heart Podcast Episode 36: Huskers Lose to NIU and Drop Eichorst [ 55:48 | 0.01 MB ] Play Now | Play in Popup | Download (699) Well, it has been a busy week. Not much good news emanating from One Memorial Drive. After Nebraska’s shocking loss to Northern Illinois, we were able to put a “former” in front of “Athletic Director Shawn Eichorst.” So…it’s been a busy week. In this episode, Greg is joined by Hoss Reuter as the two discuss the early-season woes of the Big Red. The loss to the Huskies hurt, and there is...

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Nerds United Episode 85: Smallville, Multiversity, & More

Nerds United Episode 85: Smallville, Multiversity, & More [ 18:51 | 0.01 MB ] Play Now | Play in Popup | Download (45) In this all-new episode of Nerds United, I’m revisiting one of my favorite television shows from the early 2000’s, Smallville. Tom Welling, Michael Rosenbaum, Kristin Kreuk, Allison Mack, and a whole host of others made this a really memorable show, and opened the door for the CW shows and other comic book adaptations on the small screen. I also talk a bit about a trade paperback from the “Distinguished Competition” that I’m reading, and while enjoying, for...

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Nerds United Episode 84: Return to West of Oz

Nerds United Episode 84: Return to West of Oz [ 1:21:52 | 0.01 MB ] Play Now | Play in Popup | Download (59) You remember Return to Oz, right? Well in Episode 84, I’m joined by two previous guests, Sean Benner and Nick Winand, we return to their project West of Oz. I backed their Kickstarter in the Spring for Issue 1 and read it upon its delivery. It’s a fun read, and when I talked with the pair, they emphasized that they wanted to keep the book light-hearted and steer clear of any “gritty” filters commonly used. We hear...

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