It’s time for a brand new episode of The Flickcast. And because we still don’t keep to a regular schedule these days, let’s say this one (like the last two episodes) arrived right on time. Still cool? Cool.
On this week’s show Chris and Joe continue to discuss the controversy surrounding the new Captain America comic, the 30th anniversary of Top Gun, assholes who boo at the movies, DC Rebirth, The Flash season finale, the end of a great Game of Thrones character and what it means for the show in general, the next James Bond, cans versus bottles and more. Plus, more.
Picks this week include Chris’ pick of the Rodeo Clown Double IPA from Karbach Brewery and Joe’s pick of the Samsung Galaxy Tap S2.
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It’s hardly controversial to say that most nerds are not fashionistas. There probably isn’t a lot of demographic crossover between The Twilight Zone and Project Runway. Those nerds who are sew-inclined tend to spend their time on cosplay; their catwalk is the convention floor. The majority of us simply have no idea what fashion is about or how it fits into the Campbellian Monomyth.
It’s not a coincidence that most classic sci-fi depicts the future populace in shiny matching coveralls. We just don’t pay that much attention to clothing. The only thing most nerds wish was in their wardrobes was the magical land of Narnia.
But we have to wear something.
Hence the Nerdy Tee. A simple, classic article of clothing that never seems to go out of style, the T-shirt is the epitome of casual cool. It looks equally at home on a guy or a girl. It can be worn tight for those of us who want to show off our shape or loose for those of us who’d rather not. It’s relatively cheap and easy to launder. And since there’s nothing nerds like more than showing off their obsessions (with buttons, stickers, lunchboxes, action figures, posters, etc.), adorning our T-shirts with nerd iconography is a no-brainer.
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