Friend of The PractitioNERD, J.C. sits down with Chris Marval, pro wrestler and co-founder of the Hybrid School of Wrestling on their latest episode of the Countdown City WrestleCast. In the interview, they discuss how Marval got started in wrestling, how the Texas Treats were born, and the wrestling school that continues to grow each day. Whether you’re looking to become a pro wrestler or … Continue reading J.C. of Countdown City WrestleCast Interviews pro wrestler and Hybrid SOW co-founder Chris Marval
This week, joined my buddies J.C., Tina, and Jericho as a guest on episode 5 of the “Countdown City Wrestle-Cast” to preview WWE Hell in a Cell — live this Sunday at the AT&T Center in San Antonio, TX — as well as this year’s Mixed Match Challenge, and heap on the big ol’ CONGRATULATIONS to Cody Rhodes and The Young Bucks for the awesome … Continue reading Check out This Week’s “Countdown City Wrestle-Cast” to preview ‘Hell In A Cell 2018’! I’M ON IT!
With X-Men: Apocalypse on the way (and unfortunately coming down the road with some so-so reviews), it feels like a good time to dig up a few X-Men games to play around with for the next week or two.
As some of the most timeless and consistently popular superheroes, the X-Men have actually had a more prolific history in gaming than most any other team or grouping of characters from Marvel, DC, or anyone else. Stretching all the way back to the arcade machines of the late-’80s and early-’90s, the X-Men have pretty much always been around in fighting, RPG, and dungeon crawler gaming. That’s kind of cool, really, but it’s also resulted in the image of X-Men gaming being somewhat stuck in the past. Some of the old arcade games were awesome, but they’re also pretty hard to track down these days.
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Longtime friend (and friend of The PractitioNERD), Alex “Kool-Aid” Ansel, is a stand-up comedian based out of Windcrest, Texas. Above is his half-hour comedy set from the Rivercenter Comedy Club in downtown San Antonio, Texas from February 2015. ENJOY THE SHOW!! Continue reading Alex “Kool-Aid” Ansel’s Half-Hour Comedy Set
Longtime friend of mine — and friend of The PractitioNERD — Adam Rideaux, has recently released his short-form documentary, “Visibly Invisible: Humanizing the Homeless.” Rideaux states that he plans on using this movie as a catalyst to bring real change and awareness, and he states: The purpose of this film is not just to illustrate the realities faced by many/if not all homeless people, but to likewise … Continue reading Adam Rideaux’s “Visibly Invisible: Humanizing the Homeless”
David J and the gang over at SocialMonster.org passed along this interesting article/graphic on American residential architecture from Massachusetts to New Mexico, taking a look into the melting pot of architectural styles that found their places in regions of the United States. Check out the entire article/graphic after the break! Continue reading “PractitioNERD ReNERDsance: SocialMonsters.org take ‘A Look at US Homes’”