Evil Genius Chronicles Podcast for June 2 2017 – Dying to See You

In this episode, we start out with a song from Sarah Shook and the Disarmers; I discuss Adam Curry’s new project for podcasters; I discuss the death of my mother and various strategies I had for dealing with that including alt-country bands and heavy drinking; I discuss the Two Dollar Pistols and Sarah Shook show; I tell tales of Knowledge17 and how I was the least happy person in all of Universal Studios; I discuss my trip last weekend to Balticon and how it exceeded my expectations.

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Dave Slusher is a blogger, podcaster, computer programmer, author, science fiction fan and father. Member of the Podcast Hall of Fame class of 2022.

6 thoughts on “Evil Genius Chronicles Podcast for June 2 2017 – Dying to See You”

  1. Looking forward to the episode. I hope I didn’t stir too much shit and contribute to the unhappiness at K17. I probably did some – sorry. Was cool hanging out with you.

    1. Dave Slusher says:

      Everything was fine. My only regret is that we didn’t leave 10 minutes earlier. If we had, we’d have probably arrived 25 minutes sooner by beating the rush and seen most of the set.

    2. Dave Slusher Dude – when you started taking us to that dive bar in the middle of nowhere I was worried I made a mistake coming along, but once we got in – damn. So much fun.

  2. Derek Coward says:

    Really good episode. I teared up at one point and was laughing a few minutes later.

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