I wish books came with soundtracks. Honestly, I don’t understand how we live in a world where books don’t have soundtracks. Think about it, movies, tv shows, and video games all have soundtracks to accompany the stories they tell. How is it that books haven’t adopted this same philosophy? This seems like something that could further boost sales in the book community, not to mention … Continue reading Why Don’t Books Come With Soundtracks?!
Geeklings, I hope everyone enjoyed their long holiday weekend. I sure as hell did. There’s something to be said about having three days off in a row with no work and a whole lot of relaxation. Granted, it would be far better if we didn’t have to live in hazmat suits and could actually spend time with friends and family, but a free workday is … Continue reading Week In Geek- Space Force Arrives, Rick and Morty Leave, and HBO Max
The days are getting longer. The nights are getting shorter. And we’re all stuck inside social distancing and quarantining maybe even getting a little stir crazy. In these wild times, we’re looking for just about anything to get excited about especially in a world without sports. Marble racing can only hold someone over for so long. So much of what we’ve been looking forward to … Continue reading Rick and Morty Mid-Season Premiere Episode Title
Geeklings, I have the most wonderful news! If you recall, last week was the dramatic return of the I Am Geek Podcast. We had taken some time off, which is a bit of an understatement if you actually look at the gap between episodes, because of life and what have you but quarantine has certainly given us the opportunity to bring the band back together again. And … Continue reading I Am Geek Podcast Goes Official
Here’s the thing, I have no idea what to write about today. Zero clue. I’m like any employee at the Daily Planet who looks at Clark Kent when he takes his glasses off to clean and can’t recognize the fact that he’s clearly Superman. I know what I’m writing tomorrow though. In fact, I have not one but two columns planned for tomorrow. Today though… today I’ve got nothing. And why … Continue reading Nicholas Cage Levels of Fried Brain & March 31st
Did you miss us?! That’s right, the I Am Geek Podcast has returned just in time to help maintain the threads of sanity that you’re barely holding on to. Join your hosts Kevin Carey, Jennifer Fallo, and Paul Fallo as they discuss life in quarantine, the necessity of watching the Tiger King series, Jake Gyllenhaal vs Ryan Gosling, and so much more. It’s been some time since you’ve … Continue reading I Am Geek Podcast- Quarantine, Tiger Kings, & Joe Chaplin… Oh My!
Depending on when you officially started, we’re either on day nine, eleven, or day eight hundred forty-nine of social distancing/quarantine. I know I’m not reinventing the wheel here when I say, it feels a lot longer than all the aforementioned day totals. Which on a mathematical scale doesn’t seem like it should be possible yet here we are living in a world where it feels … Continue reading I Am Geek Quarantine- Life Thus Far…
Geeklings, I was having one of those great lazy days yesterday. I had taken myself a three day weekend, worked out (which admittedly is not that lazy), continued my Stranger Things re-watch (only two episodes left!), hung out poolside with my family, and was really just enjoying the nothing of it all. Not that these things didn’t matter, they mattered a great deal towards strong mental health, … Continue reading … and A Movie?
I woke up this morning and wanted nothing to do with the real world. Zero. All I wanted was to stay in bed and sleep. No work. No responsibilities. Nothing. Instead, I picked myself out of bed at 5:30 this morning and made myself go to the gym. Alyson and I are in an Apple Watch competition that’s been pretty close, she actually took the … Continue reading The Day That Could Have Been…
It snowed in my neck of the woods today. There was a list of things I wanted to do as the snow fell. Including- finishing my binge reading of Deadly Class watch my screener for episode two of Doom Patrol catch up on all of The Flash and Arrow have terribly fallen behind in trying to establish a host site for podcast adventures read more of You so I can read the sequel … Continue reading The Snow Day That Never Was