This week the Sci-Fried Eggs broadcast live from X Con World VII in Myrtle Beach, SC! The Eggs chat with The Walking Dead star and guitar builder Santiago Cirilo. Doc and Chuck share laughs and a pizza with fellow podcasters The Electric City Nerds. Mikki Stith tags in for Chuck and her and Doc chat with Battlestar Galactica star Aaron Douglas. And finally Doc and Chuck find out all about cats and Russian models and get an interesting Half Dozen answers from actress and model Irina Voronina!
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Live from X Con World VII/Santiago Cirilo
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The Electric City Nerds
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Irina Voronina Part 1
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Irina Voronina Part 2
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This week the Sci-Fried Eggs broadcast from the graphic novels section of the library of Bathurst Manor. The Eggs talk about Free Comic Book Day and the upcoming death of Wolverine. Then the Eggs discuss undelivered technological advances we were promised and how technology is influencing and changing education. Chuck gives a review of The Amazing Spider-Man 2. And the Eggs talk about Star Wars VII casting and the new Disney canon.
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Free Comic Book Day and the Death of Wolverine
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Undelivered Technology We Were Promised
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Technology and Education
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Chuck’s Review of The Amazing Spider-Man 2
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Star Wars VII Casting and the New Disney Canon
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The Ghostbusters Italy bring quite the display! A full scale set of the Firehouse Basement set from Ghostbusters. Mirko Guusc was the mastermind behind creating this amazing set! It comes with full sound effects from loading a trap into the containment unit to shutting down the power to the Containment Grid. An amazing piece of work!
This week the Sci-Fried Eggs broadcast from the Bathurst Manor Bakery. The Eggs talk about the return of the television show Heroes. Then the Eggs share thoughts on the new Wonder Woman costume concept for Batman vs. Superman. The Eggs give you some hidden gems on Netflix. There is more awesome stuff being done with spider silk. And the Eggs discuss some new technologies that are a lot closer to reality!
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Heroes Returns to Television
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Wonder Woman Costume Concepts
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Hidden Gems on Netflix
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The Amazing Spider Silk
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New Technologies that are Closer to Reality
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Because we have the most frugal booking agent on the planet,
we had a five hour layover at ATL heading to our conference in Florida. That meant with getting to the gate to board, we had about four hours to explore the busiest airport in the world.
The History of Atlanta
Located underground between Terminals C and B is a museum that details the history of Atlanta, which was originally named Marthasville after Georgia Governor Wilson Lumpkin’s daughter Martha.
The museum, which stretches over two football fields in length, incorporates huge wall displays with plaque displays and video monitors with related videos for each era of Atlanta’s history, from the original Native American inhabitants and European settlement to the Civil War and Civil Rights Movement through the present day.
As you traverse underground from Terminal A all the way to E, there are several different hallways with almost 60 pictures of Antarctica.
Santiago Vanegas travelled with Quark Expeditions on a journey called “Crossing the Circle, Southern Expedition.” The photos are breathtaking and unlike anything else on Earth.
Sculptures of Zimbabwe
From Terminal T to Terminal A is an amazing display of Zimbabwe sculptures.
The exhibit has 20 sculptures over a distance of about 1000 feet along with pictures and artist descriptions and bios.
The Legacy of a Dream
At the top of the big escalators in Terminal E, there is a small display about Martin Luther King, Jr.
The display details King’s life and his influence in Atlanta. The display also contains a pair of King’s glasses (which he didn’t need but wore because he thought they made him look “distinguished”), the robe he wore as pastor at Ebenezer Baptist Church, and the suit worn by King when he met with President Johnson in 1966.