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Today, we conclude our interview with the fabulous Larry Sparrow!
Listen to his stories of what it’s like to be a Captain Jack Sparrow impersonator and get a glemps into his creative background!
We once again use the song “He’s a pirate – 8bit” by FelixMoog released under a Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported License. To hear more of FelixMoog’s work, go to https://soundcloud.com/felixmoog and for more information on Creative Commons, as always, check out creativecommons.org
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So what is a geek to do when he is faced with the choice of writing a blog, or playing a game that he is obsessed with? He blogs about his obsession! Continue Reading »
With Thor: The Dark World about to release on video, I have decided to take a look back at the first, surprisingly good Thor motion picture from 2011. Without further ado, let’s get our Viking on! Continue Reading »
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This week on The Uncommon Geek, is a review and analysis of a lesser-known and seldom referenced episode of Star Trek, “The Conscience of the King.” This episode gives us a look at what theater is like on a starship long before The Next Generation did, and as well, it is among the most dramatically Shakespearean works in the Trek canon.
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Mr. Uncommon Geek is feeling a little under the weather tonight, so I volunteered an idea for a post. He loved the idea, as well as the fact that he would be able to take a break from blogging tonight. So here it is, a last minute surprise post a little later than what was originally planned. Continue Reading »