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Talking Nerdy, Ep. 119: Cosby, Artie, Cat Calls and Young

TALKINGNERDYimageHalloween Adventures, Costume Catastrophes, Hollaback’s 10 Hour Walk Through Manhattan, Bill Cosby VS The World, Mid-Term Elections, Artie Lange on Twitter, Jose Canseco’s Finger Blasting, and a stroll through other news stories with a game of Hold On Hold On I Know This!


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Talking Nerdy Episode 101: Kickin’ It Nerd School with Chris Kluwe

Former NFL kicker and current activist, Chris Kluwe, joins us in between signing books on the road. We talk about the Supreme Court’s Hobby Lobby ruling, the world of gaming, sports, and the BET Awards! We also play a special edition of Jose-Can-Say-So in honor of Jose Canseco’s birthday! Follow Chris on Twitter @ChrisWarcraft


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Talking Nerdy Ep. 95: Drain The Rock Johnson

Special Guest Comedian Dan Scully joins us to talk movies, play games and discuss the Hot Billboard 100 in a way that only people who don’t listen to the latest pop music can do!



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Talking Nerdy, Ep. 84: 50 Ways to Leave Your Penis

In this week’s episode we go over our Oscar Winners once more and one of us gets to spin the Wheel of Pain to discover what their punishment will be. We talk about the new GTA Online expansion, Walking Dead’s slow burn, and the new comic book releases of the week!


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Talking Nerdy, Ep. 83: King Cake Baby Goes to the Oscars!

In this week’s episode, we reveal the new mascot for New Orleans: the terrifying King Cake Baby. We also place our sensible Oscar bets, talk new comic releases, and play some games! It’s the return of America’s Favorite: Jose Can-Say-So and our new social experiment: Dan Explains #Supernatural Tweets from FanGirls. Not a moment is wasted in today’s long episode–ENJOY!


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April 17, 2012 · 12:37 am

Super Dudes Power Show Podcast, Ep. 7–“Dress Code Strictly Enforced”

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February 29, 2012 · 11:20 pm

Dress Down Day No. 138

We all have our weird hobbies, and, for some, those include standing on a Boston street corner pretending to be a coin-operated dancer for tourists and passersby. Once upon a time, a kid stayed inside his room in Boston all the time, not doing this, and he created Facebook and now he wipes his ass with hundreds.

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Former Facebook employee creates useless Networking App

When it comes to Social Networking sites like Facebook and Twitter, some people take the use of words like “Friend” and “Follow” way too seriously. Are you really friends with the hundreds of people you connected with on Facebook? Obviously not. Do you really and truly “follow” every bit of information that people post on Twitter? You’d have to be out of your mind. Most information passed from human to human, to robot, back to human through these sites is not only useless, but completely inane. But it’s supposed to be. It’s entertaining.

Most of us are connected with our actual friends via Facebook, but we interact with them MORE in the REAL WORLD, because they’re actual friends.

Those who we choose to accept as our “friends” or “follow” on Twitter who we have no personal connection with serve only as a mutually beneficial, ego-stroking, sick fascination. And when life feels just a little bit empty, you can fall back on the knowledge that, unlike Ashley, you’re not currently eating at a Denny’s.

Former Facebook employee, Dave Morin, has created a new social network utilizing the scientific knowledge that no human can truly appreciate more than about 50 friends, or have a well-managed social network of over about 150 individuals. But while this is probably accurate, it seems irrelevant when it comes to the ways people use the major social networking tools currently available. His networking application is called Path and works much like a Facebook or Twitter feed, but allows you only to follow (at most) 50 people at once.

His hope is to created a more direct and personal social networking experience for…say…an individual, his family, and half his graduating class. There’s nothing wrong with having a modest group of close-knit friends on a social network, but why sign up for another account on another site that nobody knows about?

On one hand, the advantage is having a fresh start on a new network that hasn’t been sullied by overpopulation, ads, or Ashton Kutcher.

On the other hand, a new network with a fraction of the users severely diminishes the chance that anyone you will ever meet in person will have an account. Not only that, but a network with restrictions on how many people you may “add” severely diminishes any chance that someone with 49 connections will pick YOU to be number 50.

Facebook and Twitter both have “following/friend” restrictions, but many have not reached the large numbers required to peak on how many people you can follow, or how many friends you are allowed to have. Usually that number shifts in relation to how many are following you to create a fair balance.

The tech buzz that any new social network will receive in the blogosphere is inevitable, but for most of us searching to meet new people, interact with others in our field, or just piss the day away looking at how drunk someone we never met was last weekend, Path ultimately has no logical use.

Alex G/

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