Geek I/O! Episode 20: XBox Woody

This week on Geek I/O we were joined by the often-accused-of-being-a-hipster-because-he's-so-friggin-hip Zach Wolf from Major Spoilers!  What followed was the ultimate clash of geekiness yet see.  Well, a friendly clash.

We discussed joining your college professor's podcast network, how much butter should touch your sugar crystals, a non-dinosaur RAPTOR, Catan World beta, Mushroom Wars, Blizt Brigade, Budlong scarring his two-year-old with animatronic dinosaurs, beating your body into submission, how to be a douchebag in Disney, Tumblr sells for a cool $1.1 billion, shoes that charge your batteries, and that little Microsoft announcement that happened.  Plus!  Kickstart a Florida man's crappy Batman costume!

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PS: Stick around after the show for a spoiler zone where we discuss Iron Man 3 and Star Trek Into Darkness!

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