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SDCC 2017: 5 Takeaways from the Nerdstrong Gym Panel

I dropped into the Nerdstrong panel this morning and it was great. For those that don’t know, Nerdstrong is a gym in Los Angeles that does the previously unthinkable: they combine geek culture and fandom with (gulp) working out. I know it seems like crossing the streams, but coaches Andrew Deutsch, David Nett, Christy Black and Andrew Seely are real life, honest to goodness, table top, role playing, Silmarillion reading geeks as well as being a full on super team. The panel was kind of an explainer of what they do and how they do it. Below are some...

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Ep 30 – TV Shows You Need to Be Watching with Guests Andrew Deutsch, Christy Black Nett and David Nett from Nerdstrong Gym

  What TV Should You Be Watching Right Now with Guests Christy Black, David Nett & Andrew Deutsch From NERDSTRONG GYM! Welcome to Episode 30 of Booze and Phasers! The podcast where Claudia Dolph, Audrey Kearns and guests drink Genre and talk booze…we mean, we booze Genre and drink phasers… wait a minute, green people, Gorn – ENERGIZE! We’re proud to be a part of the Giant Size Team Up network. Check them out, here! And HUGE thanks to our sponsor Devotion Vodka! Listen to more episodes of Booze and Phasers here! *** April kicked off an exciting time in television and this week Audrey and Claudia hang out with guests and Nerdstrong Gym founders...

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Ep 40 – Nerdstrong Gym Founder Andrew Deutsch on Kneel Before Aud

Andrew Deutsch – Super geek and founder of the amazing Nerdstrong Gym For Episode 40 of Kneel Before Aud, you know, the show where I interview geek patriots – I interview the founder of a gym. Yes, I just said geek and gym in the same sentence. You see, I just recently began training at a gym which was a huge step for me, and my guest, Andrew Deutsch is my coach. The gym is called Nerdstrong Gym and Andrew is the founder and one of the many fantastic coaches at the gym. Nerdstrong has been around for a couple of years here in Los Angeles and...

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Third Season of DAREDEVIL Could Feature Elements of Iconic Story Born Again

We’ve waited for about three years now for Defenders to finally hit our screens. Obviously, the wait wasn’t all that bad as we had seasons of Jessica Jones, Luke Cage, Iron Fist and two seasons of Daredevil to bide our time to their promised team-up, but now that the eight episode mini-series has come and gone, all us nerds, dorks, geeks and nerddorkgeeks are already speculating on what’s next. First of all, spoilers lie ahead. If you have not yet watched or finished Defenders on Netflix and you plan to and you hate spoilers — stop reading. Come back...

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SDCC 2017: A Comic-Con Journal – Day Two

TV writer, comedian and Geek Girl Authority contributor, Brian D. Bradley, has agreed to keep a journal of his week at the 2017 San Diego Comic-Con. He loves all things geeky, but hates crowds and public toilets… let’s see how this works out. DAY TWO Thursday – 12:44pm Day two at Nerdigras. Started this one bright and early. Mainly because the condo we’re renting is entirely surrounded by floor to ceiling windows. Terrific for views, kind of terrible for keeping out the sounds of a screaming drunk dude in Harley Quinn drag wandering the streets of San Diego at...

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The Best of “Overheard at San Diego Comic Con” 2016

San Diego Comic Con 2016 has just ended. I’m back home in my own bed, my feet hurt, I have con crud from the millions of germs that were floating around the convention floor but I am happy. This year I met Steven Moffat, was Neil Gaiman adjacent at a party, got into the Syfy / The Magicians party,  went to the Star Trek Beyond World Premiere where I received super-cool swag, dropped money on some amazing art, danced at Nerd HQ and drank a bit too much. So much that I forgot to tweet my favorite “Overheard at Comic...

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You’re Going to Live on the F’ing Moon

~Joseph Scrimshaw The moon! People once believed it was made of cheese! Sadly, this is not true. Thanks a lot, science. Recently, I’ve been giving the moon a lot of thought. When I launched thePatreon campaign to support these blog posts, one of the rewards for backers was suggesting a topic for a post. Annie Lynsen suggested, “How about something you learned in school, one of those things they REALLY drilled into you, that has ended up being completely useless information in adulthood?” There are a lot a options. In fifth grade, an entire hour of my education was...

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