This week we look at one of history’s most taboo topics: Cannibalism and Human Sacrifice. WARNING: EPISODE CONTAINS VERY GRAPHIC DESCRIPTIONS. Listen, subscribe, and follow us on Facebook, or Twitter @Nerdonomy!
We celebrate Nerdsgiving by discussing the portrayal of Native Americans on film. Also, Nerds on History’s own Eric Bricmont guest hosts alongside a man who has been away from the mic too long… Mr. David C. McGuire.
Last week, I shared with you Steps 1 and 2 for how to complete a college degree in preparation for your imminent career as a superhero. One that may even make Phoenix Jones go “Damn!”
Shall we continue? A-thank you!
STEP 3: Plot Out Your Courses
All the following courses are based out of (read: blatantly and shamelessly borrowed from) a 2010 Course Catalog within the California State University system (San José State University, to be exact). They have been balanced to cover all General Education requirements, and exceed the standard 120 unit requirement that most 4-year colleges have for conferring Bachelor’s degrees.
Some members of our fantastic Nerdonomy team, namely Sarah and Sean, came up with some brilliant ideas of celebrating some great actors and directors by turning their film career into a viewing marathon! To make matters even more heavenly, they found a way to add the actor/director’s name into the name of a month, which dictated when the marathon would happen. Sarah came up with Mel Brooks-uary (January) and Sean came up with Denzel March-ington (March). I recently came up with a marathon idea of my own and as the title spoils, I am going to start a tradition of James NovemBond!