The S-Town podcast is certainly no ordinary town with no ordinary characters. Who better to cover this than the No Ordinary Nerds! Brought to you by the infamous Serial and This American Life Brian Reed and team brings a podcast that grabs you from the very beginning. Murder, suicide and the south this podcast has a lot and we are covering it all.
It’s the fourth episode of Sincere Sarcasm, and it’s all about the science, as Dave the Drummer & Francis aka The Other Guy talk about Bill Nye the Science Guy, and how people are taking the new show. From there it’s all about the return of old geek TV, the most expensive boomerang, pineapple art, gluten free meth, breast grabbing reporters, drunken stool sitting, and so much more. We love that you listen, and we hope you help us share the Sincere Sarcasm podcast to the world & beyond!
The Nerds took their first trip to a major convention…WONDERCON. Join them as they discuss the goods and bads of convention going, the joys of emptying their wallets for comic goods and the wonders (pun intended) of seeing cosplay.
Sincere Sarcasm comes back with Dave the Drummer, and of course, Francis aka The Other Guy is in there somewhere. It’s an episode of accomplishment, as Dave finds some fun work, almost gets hurt, triggering Francis to talk about his time breaking his own arm as a kid. But then it’s onto some strange stories from around the world, from blasphemy, dildos, Ukraine, Steven Seagal, beer, pee, death, and so much more. It’s back to the nonsense you love from these two dorks, on this week’s Sincere Sarcasm dot net.
It’s the show that countless people are talking about. Suicide, drugs, and rape are just a few of the hard hitting topics that 13 Reasons Why tackles and the No Ordinary Nerd crew is ready to discuss them. Join them with their special guest Jake as we bring light to these issues and discuss the series, some fun facts and it’s importance to society.
This week’s guest is writer Stan Konopka. We discuss his new graphic novel The Rejected coming soon from Source Point Press and premiering at Motor City Comic Con and his role as the comics coordinator for The Great Philadelphia Comic Con.