Summer Break

Hello everyone, you may have noticed a little inactivity on the blog in the past few days. Initially, this was because I was in Mexico for a week and was unable to do any updates for a while, but upon returning home, I have been utterly swamped at work. I fully intend on on continuing both our daily facts and our new video series, but for the time being, we will be on a brief hiatus. 

We hope you will stick around because we intend to come back very soon and are taking measures to improve our videos and release them more frequently. To those of you who have been with us since the beginning, you will recall that we have taken two other extended breaks when college or life got in the way, and as always we will be back better than ever.

Thanks to all our loyal followers who enjoy what we do, and encourage us to do more, see you soon!

-C

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Nerdy Fact #1888: The Pokédex entries for Slowpoke in Pokémon…

Nerdy Fact #1888: The Pokédex entries for Slowpoke in Pokémon Sun & Moon reveal that the Pokémon’s tail is frequently torn off throughout its life. Not only is it painless for the Slowpoke, but it grows back. This address and rectifies the dark plot point throughout the second generation of Pokémon games wherein Team Rocket would steal and sell Slowpoke’s tail for humans to eat.

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Nerdy Fact #1887: Coolio has stated that the only reason he…

Nerdy Fact #1887: Coolio has stated that the only reason he agreed to make a cameo in Batman & Robin was because director Joel Schumacher offered him the lead villain role of The Scarecrow in an unproduced fifth Batman movie.  

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Nerdy Fact #1886: Despite Netflix’s Luke Cage television series…

Nerdy Fact #1886: Despite Netflix’s Luke Cage television series and Captain America: Civil War both being released in 2016, and set in the same cinematic continuity, Alfre Willard appears in both as two unrelated yet significant characters. In Luke Cage, Woodard appears as primary antagonist Mariah Dillard, while in Captain America: Civil War, she portrays Miriam Sharpe, the woman that convinces Tony Stark that the Avengers do more harm than good.

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