Lucky 10,000 A podcast for anyone who ever geeks out about anything.

September 26, 2018  
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Vincent Van Gogh is one of the most famous and influential artists in history. Edgar Allan Poe is a legendary and also extremly influential horror novelist, both have fascinating lives touched by tragedy, mental illness and death. They also have another thing in common... both their deaths occurred under mysterious circumstances. Help Evan and this weeks guest...Claire Clauson..fellow actor and MASSIVE Van Gogh fan... investigate the eerie facts pertaining to both!

 See the Dr Who Van Gogh clip here

 

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2015 is coming to a close and so, as we approach the beginning of the year when those born at the turn of the millennium will be driving cars, Evan and Carissa take a look back - as many others are doing - at the halfway point of the Twenty-Teens.

The best (and a couple of the worst) in science, tech, medicine, movies, tv, and games of the year all get a nod.  Then we take a look forward to hope for the best to come in the approaching year.  We know everyone is doing a year-in-review, but naturally we think ours is the best.

Have a safe and happy New Year's Eve celebration, everyone, and we'll catch you in a week!

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Holy crap, you guys, we made it to Episode 10!  We're throwing ourselves a party and of course you are invited!

For the Big One-Oh, we get into some serious nerd love for the Marvel Cinematic Universe.  Yes, we know, "everyone" loves the MCU, and we are no exception.  There are, however - as surprising as it seems - ten thousand people who don't know and love it already.  Maybe you happen to be one of them.  We won't judge, we just want to share how awesome we think the MCU is - not just the movies, but the full scope of the vast multimedia empire Marvel has been able to successfully build.

Please join us for our loving ode to one of the greatest filmographic undertakings of all time.

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