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RIP #VMAs 2016

Oh, the┬áMTV┬áVideo Music Awards, the end-of-Summer television event that reminds us that artists still perform in front of audiences, and that Kanye West still has shit to say. Last Summer, he announced he'd run for President in 2020. That was fun, right? This year, the show was all about one thing. Well, two things. Rihanna… Continue reading RIP #VMAs 2016

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Talking Nerdy, Ep. 114: Hold On, Hold On, I Know This

H. Foley from the Center City Comedy Podcast in New York joins us for this week's episode. We bring back "Racist Radio" and talk about the latest Fall TV hits and flops. With the premiere of the Simpsons and Family Guy, we play a Simpsons Guest Star Quiz and cap off the show with our… Continue reading Talking Nerdy, Ep. 114: Hold On, Hold On, I Know This

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Talking Nerdy Episode 103: Hip Hop & Other Drugs with AG Fernandez

Philly Hip Hop Artist AG Fernandez stops by the studio to talk about his career, music, and more! We go into some of the news of the week and learn a lot about youth in Saudi Arabia from additional guest Yazeed Khabiri! Let us entertain you with America's new favorite games "Who Would've THOT?!" and… Continue reading Talking Nerdy Episode 103: Hip Hop & Other Drugs with AG Fernandez

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Busting Makes Me Feel Good

Attempting to be extremely selective about what games I'm going to purchase is starting to become almost even with selecting which movies I'm going to bother seeing. While I could obviously pay to see about 5.5 shitty movies at the same expense as paying for one shitty game, I would consider it about even. Like… Continue reading Busting Makes Me Feel Good

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The Six Recession-Proof Ways to Get Cities Out of Debt

An overwhelming amount of us live in super-sized, congested, polluted cities. I happen to live in Philadelphia, and in addition to the hazards of our everyday lives, we are dealing with a staggering and crippling economic "depression." Because of this, we have cutbacks running wild, elevated panic in the marketplace, and nothing on which to… Continue reading The Six Recession-Proof Ways to Get Cities Out of Debt