WWE Hall of Famer William James Myers better known as George “The Animal” Steele has passed away at the age of 79. Steele’s trademark green tongue, hairy wrestling bod, and unexpected heel antics made him a crowd favorite. Steele had been in and out of hospice for the past year. Prior to his days in the ring, Steele received his Master’s Degree from Central Michigan University and became a high school teacher and wrestling coach. Steele’s first performance in WWE started in 1967 and he continued for over 20 years to captivate the audience working under such managers as The Grand Wizard, Freddie Blassie, Capt. Lou Albano and Mr. Fuji. We [...]
If you’re looking for a nerdy girl gift, look no further! Period panties are comfy fun undies that bring comfort and a comedic twist to your downtown. They come in a wide variety of colorful briefs and boyshorts and several awesome themes. I first came across these amazing undergarments while at a Wizard World Comic Con in Chicago. I instantly fell in love with the designs and vowed to buy a pair on the last day of the con. I never would’ve imagined that they would become my very favorite pair of underwear! I feel I need to explain that these undies are not the trendy undies that claim you can just wear their undergarment and nothing else [...]
Rob and I recently got to unbox a Shirt Block by Nerd Block. Shirt Block is a monthly subscription box that sends out Pop Culture themed T-Shirts within each box monthly. The box contains 5 random shirts, and runs $29.99 a month. It was a bit cheaper if you chose to subscribe to a multi-month plan. Buyers can specify their size in unisex, male or female sizes. I was pleasantly surprised with their wide variety and selection of nerdy goodness. The crate we received actually had some really great shirts in it, from franchises that we were both (mostly) familiar with. Check out our unboxing below!
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Changes are headed to Phoenix Comic con this year. The large volunteer community needed to help make the convention run smoothly will now have to join a non-profit social club before being considered for a volunteer position. According to Matthew Solberg, convention director of Phoenix comic con, the changes stem from problems with some volunteers not showing up for their positions and abusing their access to the convention. In a long-winded email about the changes being made to the volunteering process, he cited how many conventions are downsizing and losing money.
It also states that their current volunteer program was flawed, grossly disorganized, [...]