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Drunkard's Walk

Matt Hartman and Jethro Nolen

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The WikiRacing poadcast! A trip from one random topic to another (inspired by suggestions from listeners via social media) through the links of Wikipedia.org with hosts Jethro Nolen and Matt Hartman. Music by Jesse Landis-EigstiArtwork by Nick Jaramillo.Check out all of our links here - https://linktr.ee/drunkardswalk
 
The Booster Pack Network offers a diverse range of TCG-related content through its quartet of shows.From players to collectors to designers & even academics, we have the show for you.Formally "The Booster Pack" podcast, this feed has expanded to invite new voices & platforms to share our love for collectible trading card games.
 
Science fiction author David Barr Kirtley (Save Me Plz and Other Stories) talks geek culture with guests such as Neil Gaiman (#253), George R. R. Martin (#22), Richard Dawkins (#46), Wil Wheaton (#398), Bill Nye (#273), Margaret Atwood (#94), Neil deGrasse Tyson (#32), and Ursula K. Le Guin (#65). Geek’s Guide to the Galaxy has appeared on recommended podcast lists from NPR, The Guardian, The A.V. Club, BBC America, CBC Radio, WVXU, io9, Omni, The Strand, Library Journal, and Popular Mechani ...
 
The True Crime Reporter™ podcast takes its audience behind the yellow crime scene where few podcasters dare to go. The Dallas-based podcast takes listeners on a journey into darkness guided by Peabody Award-Winning investigative reporter Robert Riggs. Everything is bigger in Texas, and crime is no exception. The 2021 Webby Awards named the True Crime Reporter™ podcast among seven honorees, including Dateline NBC and BBC Sounds for “Best True Crime Podcast.” Hailed as the Internet’s highest h ...
 
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Jerry and Dava Truett lived well beyond their means in the small central Texas town of Kosse. They owned a lake house and a speed boat. They drove a pair of expensive pickup trucks and numerous recreational vehicles. Townfolk thought they were receiving oil and gas money from their farmland or had an inheritance. The small community of 500 people c…
 
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Honey Heist creator and RPG game designer, Grant Howitt, joins me on the podcast today. Grant fills us in on his experience with tabletop role-playing games. We talk about Honey Heist and some of the principles of RPG game design. Grant also gives incredible advice for anyone who wants to design tabletop role-playing games for a company. Do not mis…
 
A conversation with Fayette County New Commonwealth’s Attorney, Kimberly Henderson Baird and new Fayette County Attorney, Angela Evans. Fayette Commonwealth Attorney website: www.lexingtonprosecutor.com Fayette County Attorney website: www.fayettecountyattorney.com--- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https:/…
 
Ryan McHargue, the host of the Geezers of the Game podcast, returns to the podcast. The great Stra Trek: The Next Generation geek-out continues with season 5. Ryan and I stream of consciousness spill out our thoughts and ramblings on TNG season 5 which we both consider one of the strongest seasons. Join us!…
 
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In a new press conference-style episode, True Crime Reporter's Robert Riggs takes questions from fans. True crime fan Patricia Rocha turns the table on Riggs and asks what it is like to go inside the crime scene tape. Riggs recently met Rocha, an architecture student, and her friends at a ceremony for Outstanding Alumni from the College of Architec…
 
This time we have a special bonus, end-of-year episode. You are going to get a little look behind the curtain here at The Booster Pack Network. What we have here is a pilot episode record from a new podcast we are developing. The idea is simple: Rands is joined by a trio of TCG experts each specializing in one of the "Big 3" TCGs—Magic, Pokemon & Y…
 
Ryan McHargue, the host of the Geezers of the Game podcast, returns to the podcast. The massive discussion of Star Trek: The Next Generation continues! Ryan and I keep discussing TNG and exploring stories and ideas we can use in tabletop role-playing games. We delve deep into season 4 and Ryan fills us in on my he thinks this is one of the weakest …
 
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On this "BOOSTER PACK THROWBACK", Rands is lucky enough to be joined by *the* John Wick. John was the person behind the story for the original L5R CCG, as well as the creator of the 7th Sea setting (which also had its own CCG). Famously, the L5R's story tournament system allowed players to craft the story in those games though competitive play. Joh…
 
Welcome to the third of three weird midi episodes to get us through until the Holiday Episodes. We are bringing you the final episode of the 9/11 Baby's podcast.Tell your friendsRate/review on iTunesDonate to our patreon, just search dumb funKeep on Listening!Also, come to the Laugh Factory Chicago, first Sunday of Every month at 7pm for Character …
 
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Murder is a life sentence for the victim’s family and friends. Closure is a myth perpetuated by the news media. During three decades of investigative reporting, Robert Riggs has witnessed how the victim’s families often suffer in silence and are left out of the confusing criminal justice process. In this episode of the True Crime Reporter® podcast,…
 
On this episode of TCG Design Theory, Jay talks to Alpha Clash TCG’s lead designer, Ridge Kiley, about designing around theme. Trading card games typically center around an already established world or IP, which provides a framework for the game’s design. However, it can sometimes prove to be difficult to stay true to the source material. Maintaini…
 
Welcome to the second of three weird midi episodes to get us through until the Holiday Episodes. We are bringing you the self help podcast from the best damn high school quarterback ever.Tell your friendsRate/review on iTunesDonate to our patreon, just search dumb funKeep on Listening!Also, come to the Laugh Factory Chicago, first Sunday of Every m…
 
Writer and long-time role-player, Ben Riggs, joins me on the podcast today. We discuss Ben's new book Slaying the Dragon: A Secret History of Dungeons and Dragons. We open the conversation by talking about Ben's role-playing history. However, we quickly turn to his book about the history of Dungeons and Dragons. Ben fills us in on how DnD was creat…
 
Chris Hansen, the journalist who created the televised series To Catch A Predator, warns that the problem of adults preying on children for sex is growing at an alarming rate. The National Center for Missing and Exploited Children has reported that during the peak of the pandemic, inappropriate contacts between adults and children, predatory contac…
 
Welcome to the first of three weird midi episodes to get us through until the Holiday Episodes. We finally get down to what Andre the Giant is has been up to since his death with a couple of well known figures stopping by.Tell your friendsRate/review on iTunesDonate to our patreon, just search dumb funKeep on Listening!Also, come to the Laugh Facto…
 
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