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The Twice-Lost Geek

Roadside Attractions, Oddities, and all things Geek.

Apple Cider Slushies

Warning – the following post contains a controversial opinion:

I don’t understand the appeal of apple cider slushies. 

To begin, I love Fall. I love bonfires, my local county fair, getting to wear hoodies, the smell of decaying leaves, dressing up for Halloween, and apple cider… hot (or at least room temperature) apple cider, that is. Fall and apple cider go together like peanut butter and jelly or Daryl Hall and John Oates, or Charlie Sheen and winning. Fall isn’t Fall without a steaming mug of apple cider.

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Introducing the Twice-Lost Geek Podcast – Updated!

Today is a monumental day for The Twice-Lost Geek. After much planning, conceptualizing, and cursing modern technology, we are proud to release the first two episodes of the Twice-Lost Geek Podcast.

Episode 000 serves as an introduction to and overview of the series. Ross talks about his hopes for the podcast and what he’d like to talk about with others.

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Pictures are the best.

It’s difficult to believe that it’s been nearly two months since the trip to The House on the Rock. A lot of life has happened between now and then, but the House (and the Twice Lost Geek) has been at the forefront of my mind. I’ll never forget the near-religious experience I had while in the rolling hills of Wisconsin.

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The Twice-Lost Geek Lives!

Or: the Author revives a project, makes pilgrimage to The House on the Rock.

Hey everyone! That’s right, you read correctly – the Twice-Lost Geek has returned! I’m happy to announce that I went on a road trip to The House on the Rock, in Spring Green, Wisconsin, and HO-LY CRAP, was it amazing!

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I owe it all to American Gods.

Or: Person reads book, has life changed.

I don’t remember exactly when I read American Gods (written by the incomparable Neil Gaiman) for the first time. What I do remember, however, is that the book was not only very entertaining, but it drew very deeply on mythology, which is something I’ve always had a soft spot for. Also, many scenes in the book happen to take place at various roadside attractions (both real and imagined by the author). Continue reading “I owe it all to American Gods.”

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