Geek in the City Radio Issue 148

Greetings Programs! This week, Dan Clark and the gang recaps the Marathon of Pain and sends the deepest of thanks to the listeners, guests, and sponsors they were too dang tired to thank the day after. Then, Scott Dally sits down with Casey LaBow of of Twilight: Breaking Dawn Part 1 and talks about starring in a cultural sensation and her future plans. Next, the triumphant return of Pulling From Aaron’s Box with a review of Peter Panzerfaust and Frank Reade: Adventures in the Age of Invention. Finally, Kielen and the crew tackle a couple of serious questions of Fun With Race.

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I am a new listener that came from the Rick Emerson Show. My daughter Kylie was the proud winner of Scott Dally’s Twilight video, one very excited teenager I tell you. I decided to take my monthly donation from Emerson and give to you. I love to support the things that bring me joy. I listen to Podcast at work that somehow get through my “evil IT guy”. Your show and Hamfisted radio do. I do however need something more to listen to as both show are only once a week. Any suggestions. Kielen, I am having my kids listen to your segment of Fun with Race, I think they will really get something out of it. Thank you all for bringing this old lady some enjoyment at work. Much appreciate it!


Hi Dianne. Thanks for your kind words. It means the world that we can help entertain your day job and keep your sanity (relatively) intact! If you miss some of the Emerson style crazy, maybe give a listen to Funemployment Radio, with Greg and Sarah. You might also want to check out Cort and Fatboy for a daily show. If you’re really into comics, I enjoy the weekly Chronicles of the Nerds podcast. Some are SFW other, (like us) maybe not so much.

And, many thanks… And keep listening for new and exciting information in the coming weeks!

Pwn Toney


Thanks for listening! I’m glad you’re able to have the kids give Fun with Race a listen. We try to keep it pretty light, but sometimes I think a serious conversation is warranted. However, I really do hope it’s helpful in some small way and if you every have any specific questions, please don’t hesitate to ask! 🙂

Thanks again!

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