I take a walk down memory lane, looking back on my personal history with Superman, and how much he has mean to me from the time I was a little tike until now. I also ramble a little bit about Slurpees, McDonald's cups, comics in the 90s and other things.

In the end, I discuss why Superman has lasted so long, why he still matters and why I think he will continue to matter for a long time. This epsidoe is a long one, but it's hard to talk about my favorite guy in under 30 minutes. There's just so much to say, and I didn't even say all of it. Not even close.

What were some of the things from your childhood that meant a lot to you, that still mean a lot to you?

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It's Episode 4! And this week is all about a summertime favorite movie of mine, The Sandlot. I sat down and watched this movie with my son Jak, and he was nice enough to join me on the show to talk about it. 

We give a brief summary of the main plot of the movie, and then we talk about our favorite parts, our favorite characters, and overall what we thought about the film.

Jak also learns about Erector sets and the difference between being an introvert and an extrovert. And he gives some sage advice if you ever find yourself in a similar situatuin as Smalls in the film and you are new to town and needing to make some new friends.

This episode was a lot of fun to record, and I really enjoyed having Jak on the show. 

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Welcome to episode 3! In this episode, I am taking a look at being a geeky parent, and how we can share the interests of our kids and how they might benefit. 

First I take a look at how we can share our own interests with our kids. Taking the time to share a favorite movie or show or with them is a great way to bond with them. You may even find that you both enjoy it quite a bit. 

What happens when they are not interested in something you like? It's ok. Find something they like and still take an active interest in it.

Bonding over these movies and these books is a great way to get closer over time, and will hopefully lead to a better relationship together down the road.

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Next week we will be taking a look at a classic film from my childhood- The Sandlot.

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This is episode two, and this week I am discussing Star Wars: The Last Jedi. Whether you loved it or hated it, almost everyone had some kind of feelings toward it. In this episode I discuss some of the things that stood out to me in the film and why- and explain why I think this will be remembered as one of the best Star Wars films ever.

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On this first episode of my new show, I introduce the formt for The Geeky Mormon Presents podcast. I also discuss what made me want to do this podcast, and my own geekiness. I also discuss some of my favorite fandoms, listing almost a top ten. Maybe there's a fandom or franchise on my list that you love too.

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