Geek/CounterGeek – #24: Do Androids Dream Of Electric Sheep?

Keith Conrad and Elliott Serrano started off by talking about some very sad news from the world of professional wrestling and cult sci-fi classics. Rowdy Roddy Piper died on Friday at the age of 61. Elliott had a great story about his own personal experience with Piper.

NASA is putting pieces of Columbia and Challenger on display for the first time ever. There’s a small piece of both shuttles, along with personal items from the crew members that were killed.

HitchBOT made it all the way from Maine to Philadelphia in about two weeks in its quest to hitchhike across the country. Unfortunately he was basically mugged in Philly and the trip came to an end far earlier than hoped.

Each week Keith Conrad and Chicago’s Top Geek Elliott Serrano debate a controversial topic in contemporary geekery: Kirk vs. Picard? Was Douglas Quaid dreaming in Total Recall? No topic is off limits.

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WWE Hall of Famer Roddy Piper dies at 61
Challenger, Columbia wreckage goes on public display for 1st time
HitchBOT, Hitchhiking Robot, Meets Demise in Philadelphia After Two Weeks in U.S.
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