geek /geek/ noun informal, chiefly N. Amer.
For one year in 2006 we created 26 episodes (plus one special edition) of a podcast all about beer, gaming, and movies. This website is home to these crazy rambling shows, the promos, and the notes that went with each show. In an eventually successful attempt to move ISPs we lost much of the content that used to be on this site. Sadly the forum has gone into the ether never to been seen again. However, we feel that the shows speak for themselves. If you do hear something in one of these podcasts that you can't find on this site and desperately want to know more about please email us.
In early 2007 our inspiration dried up, our creativity faded, and we found it an impossible uphill struggle to give birth to any more shows. Our feelings are that every show has a lifespan and we'd found the end of Does My Geek's. We would like to take this chance to apologise to our listeners for the 'dead-halt' way we ended the run. Our plan was always to record a final show but the demon Lord Procrastinator waved a lazy hand our way and we now find ourselves in early 2008 and we still haven't done it.
We would like to thank each and every one of our wonderful listeners. The show became so much more than just our work and your input and feedback made it grow into an international brew of awesomeness. We still listen back and enjoy these shows, perhaps more now than when we made them, and feel like we're once again back in the beer tent with you all.
In case anyone's wondering. Yes we still drink and brew beer, still regularly play RPG's and board games, and still watch lots of movies. Occasionally we can be heard on other people's podcasts. If you are keening for the sound of our dulcet tones then keep an ear on Anim5's 'International Detective Dragons From Outer Space' show as we drop in on him once in a while. In fact, listen to his show anyway because it rocks. If you'd like to drop us a line we'd love to hear from you and our email addresses are still the same.
Wishing you the very best of everything and may you always hear the sounds of small children cheering whenever you walk into a beer tent.
Nev & Sarah
A big thank you to Gundragon for the awesome title design.
|© 2005 - 2008 Sarah and Nev. For all enquiries regarding the material please contact the administrator.|