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  1. girl on guy 22: robert kirkman | girl on guy

    girl on guy 22: robert kirkman — creator, the walking dead

    November 13, 2011

    ccrx cialislegal generic viagraviagra cheap usabuy viagracialis buy genericviagra pharmacythere are a lot of royalty in the nerd world. intergalactic warriors. elven kings. cloak-wearing magi. chris hardwick. but if there is one single nerd king inhabiting this lowly realm who has seemingly overnight ascended to the iron throne of nerd primacy, it is robert kirkman.a kid who grew up in a small town in rural kentucky and went on to build an ambitious and sprawling creative business, robert turned his love of comic books into a prolific and vaunted career. fiercely devoted to original ideas and self-startership, he created book after book and character after character, failing and succeeding in turn, but never abandoning his own dreams or his singular and personal vision, and the result is a burgeoning media empire, built entirely on his own terms.

    let’s face it: no one thought a show about the zombie apocalypse would ever work on television. but now, almost a decade after kirkman wrote walking dead #1, the walking dead television series is a massive, instant phenomenon, and both nerds and non-nerds everywhere are riveted.

    robert kirkman is an overnight sensation, yes. and it took him years of hard work and focus to get there. you don’t become the creator of a hugely successful television franchise without breaking a few eggs. or in kirkman’s case, several thousand zombie skulls.

    join robert and aisha for a sprawling rant about limb amputation, zombie rules, corpse camouflage, post-apocalyptic amorality and why everyone in the walking dead is batshit crazy. plus we unpack the kirkman manifesto, robert tries to buy a date, and aisha fangirls herself into an absolute tizzy.

    girl on guy. you gotta shoot ‘em in the head.

    warning: this episode contains walking dead graphic novel spoilers.


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  2. Radiolab - Games

    Winners, losers, underdogs — what can games tell us about who we really are?


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  3. Radiolab - Loops

    The surprising ways that loops steer…and sometimes derail…our lives.


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  4. Hip Pop and EDM

    From boom bap to EDM, we look at the line between hip-hop and not, and meet a defender of the …


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  5. Xamarin and Azure Mobile

    This is the third of a four part series on building cross platform apps using Xamarin and C#. In this episode Robert is joined byJames Montemagno,adeveloper evangelist atXamarin, whodiscusses how to leverage Azure Mobile Services and Xamarin to transform…" name="description


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  6. League of Ordinary Gentlemen Podcast Episode #187: A Very Special Leaguepodcast with MC Frontalot & Adam Rivera

    League of Ordinary Gentlemen Podcast Episode #187: A Very Special Leaguepodcast with MC Frontalot & Adam Rivera

    This week, on a very special Leaguepodcast, Adam Rivera and MC Frontalot join us to talk about their post-PAX shows, the Star Wars "Machete Order," appearing in an issue of the Walking Dead, and Frontalot’s awesome new merch, because that’s what feeds the babies!

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  7. Radiolab - What’s Left When You’re Right?

    From the stage to the cage, a series of showdowns that leave us wondering about the price of being right …


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  8. The Bitter End

    We turn to doctors to save our lives — to heal us, repair us, and keep us healthy. But when …


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    Neil Kramer talks to Robert Phoenix on the Friday Farcast. Free Association Radio (aka FAR) is your portal to Exopolitics, Consciousness, Strange Attraction, Parapsychology, Music and…


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  10. Robert Rodriguez on Studio 360

    Robert Rodriguez burst on to the scene in 1992 with the very, very low-budget action film El Mariachi. (Apparently, he earned money to make the film as a test subject in scientific experiments.) He made hits like Once Upon a Time in Mexico and the Spy Kids series, but unlike other indie directors of his generation who joined the studio system, Rodriguez stayed in Austin and turned his home into Troublemaker Studios. He continued to make movies with remarkable thrift — mixing, editing, and even designing special effects himself. So his latest project feels like a big departure: Rodriguez is overseeing a new cable TV network.

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