This is the collective feed for the Podcasting Gear Show, The Dune Saga Podcast, the SciFi Diner Podcast, and the Haiti in Focus Podcast. These shows are hosted by Scott Hertzog, Miles. P. McLoughlin, David B. Moulton, Jim Arrowood, M. Sieiro Garcia, and Kristen Hertzog
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Tonight's Menu: On this podcast, Scott sits down at Zenkaikon 2018 and chats with Anime Voice Actor Quinton Flynn  (Metal Gear, Digimon, Kingdom Hearts, Final Fantasy VII, League of Legends, and More) SciFi Diner Podcast 349 - Our Interview with Anime Voice Actor Quinton Flynn  (Metal Gear, Digimon, Kingdom Hearts, Final Fantasy VII, League of Legends, and More) This show is brought to you by Patreon Supporters: Jame Husband Mike Crate Support us on Patreon Special thanks to Lee Kemp who manages our Facebook page. Quinton Joseph Flynn (born October 10, 1964) is an American voice actor, who is most notable for providing the English voices of video game characters such as Raiden in the Metal Gear series, Marcus Damon in Digimon Data Squad, Lea and Axel in the Kingdom Hearts series, Reno in Final Fantasy VII and its sequels and prequels, and Henry in No More Heroes. He is a frequently recurring actor in the video game series Crash Bandicoot. He also voices Jhin from League of Legends.

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On this very exciting episode of the Orbital Sword, we enter the reading room once again to discuss Terry Brooks' Angel Fire East. Findo Gask returns looking for the Gypsy Morph and poses what is Nest and John's biggest challenge of the three-book Word and the Void series. There is no shortage of action in this one. Join David, Scott and Jim as they break it down into bite-sized chunks that even a Feeder can digest.

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Tonight's Menu: On this rewind, our discussion of Star Trek: Insurrection takes us into the psychological look of relocating people for resources, Asimov's laws of robotics and governing AI, and much more. SciFi Diner Podcast 348 - Star Trek: Insurrection (Amish in Space) This show is brought to you by Patreon Supporters: Jame Husband Mike Crate Support us on Patreon Special thanks to Lee Kemp who manages our Facebook page. Star Trek: Insurrection Lieutenant Commander Data (Brent Spiner) is temporarily transferred to an undercover mission observing the peaceful Ba'ku people. While on their planet, he malfunctions and reveals the presence of the joint Federation–Son'a task force observing the Ba'ku. Admiral Matthew Dougherty (Anthony Zerbe) contacts the USS Enterprise-E to obtain Data's schematics but adamantly states the presence of the Enterprise is not needed. Captain Picard decides to ignore these orders and takes the Enterprise to capture Data. After stopping Data, Captain Jean-Luc Picard (Patrick Stewart) becomes suspicious of Dougherty's insistence that the Enterprise is no longer needed. His crew investigates the cause of Data's malfunction. They discover that the Ba'ku have advanced technology, but have rejected its use to live simpler lives. Due to unique radiation or "metaphasic particles" emanating from their planet's rings, they are effectively immortal. Dougherty's allies, the Son'a, are a decrepit race who use medical techniques to prevent death; their excessive use of cosmetic surgery gives them a mummified appearance. The Enterprise crew also begin to experience the rejuvenation effects of the planet: Lt. Commander Geordi La Forge(LeVar Burton) finds his eyes have regenerated and he no longer requires ocular implants; Commander William Riker (Jonathan Frakes) and Counselor Deanna Troi (Marina Sirtis) rekindle their long-abandoned relationship; and Picard develops a romantic relationship with the Ba'ku woman Anij (Donna Murphy). Data and Picard discover a submerged and cloaked Federation ship containing a gigantic holodeck set up to recreate the Ba'ku village. Data's malfunction stems from a Son'a attack, received when he discovered the vessel. Picard confronts Dougherty and learns that top Federation officers and the Son'a secretly planned to deceptively move the Ba'ku to the ship and forcibly relocate them to another planet, allowing the Son'a to collect the rejuvenating radiation (but poisoning the planet in the process). Dougherty orders the Enterprise to leave. Picard states the rejuvenation benefit of the radiation does not justify Dougherty's plans for the Ba'ku and violates the Prime Directive. He plans to alert the Federation of the forced relocation. Picard is joined by some of his crew to help the Ba'ku escape from being abducted while Riker takes the Enterprise to a transmission range and communicate the violation to Star Fleet. The Son'a send robotic probes to locate and capture the fleeing Ba'ku. The Son'a leader, Ahdar Ru'afo (F. Murray Abraham), convinces Dougherty to allow two Son'a ships to attack the Enterprise. Riker defeats the attacking ships and the Enterprise escapes. Their plan exposed, Ru'afo insists upon harvesting the radiation source immediately. Picard, Anij, and several Ba'ku are transported as prisoners onto the Son'a ship. Picard reveals to Dougherty that the Son'a and the Ba'ku are the same race, and the Federation is involved in their blood feud. The Son'a are a splinter faction of Ba'ku who gave up their bucolic existence a century earlier to embrace the use of technology. They attempted to seize power but failed, and the Ba'ku elders exiled them from the planet, denying them the rejuvenating effects of the rings. The Son'a developed an artificial and imperfect means to extend their lives at the cost of disfigurement. Ru'afo kills Admiral Dougherty when he backs out of the plan and Ru'afo proceeds with his plan. While Picard is escorted to be executed, he convinces the Son'a Gallatin (Gregg Henry) to help him stop Ru'afo. Picard masterminds a ruse to transport Ru'afo and his bridge crew to the holoship and shut down the harvester. Ru'afo discovers the deception and transports to the radiation harvester ship to manually restart the process. Picard follows and sets the harvester to self-destruct, which kills Ru'afo while Picard is rescued by the Enterprise. The remaining Son'a are forgiven and welcomed back by the Ba'ku. Picard arranges a meeting between Gallatin and his Ba'ku mother. The Enterprise crew take a moment to enjoy their rejuvenated selves before returning to their previous mission.

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Tonight's Menu: On this podcast, Scott sits down at Zenkaikon 2018 and chats with Anime Voice Actor Jessica Calvello (Attack on Titan, New Cutey Honey, Excel Saga, Queen's Blade, Maria Holic, and More) SciFi Diner Podcast 347 - Our Interview with Anime Voice Actor Jessica Calvello (Attack on Titan, New Cutey Honey, Excel Saga, Queen's Blade, Maria Holic, and More) This show is brought to you by Patreon Supporters: Jame Husband Mike Crate Support us on Patreon Special thanks to Lee Kemp who manages our Facebook page. Jessica Calvello (born August 8, 1973 in Webster, Texas, United States) is an American voice actress and production assistant primarily known for her anime voiceover work, particularly with ADV Films, Seraphim Digital/Sentai Filmworks, DuArt Film and Video, Media Blasters, Funimation, Central Park Media, Headline Sound Studios, New Generation Pictures, NYAV Post, 4Kids Entertainment and also known for her non-anime voice work on a number of animated shorts by, Cyanide and Happiness. Some of her more well known roles are Excel in Excel Saga, Nanael in Queen's Blade, Kanako Miyamae in Maria Holic, Zoe Hange in Attack on Titan and Honey Kisaragi in New Cutey Honey, in which she was personally cast by the creator of the Cutey Honey franchise, Go Nagai, as the Lovely Warrior herself, Honey Kisaragi. Jessica says that in all of her years of working in the industry, this is her most cherished and honored accomplishment.

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Tonight's Menu: On this podcast, Scott sits down at Zenkaikon 2018 and chats with Anime Voice Actor Jad Saxton (High School DxD, Fairy Tail, Sasami: Magical Girls Club, Log Horizon, and More). SciFi Diner Podcast 346 - Our Interview with Anime Voice Actor Jad Saxton (High School DxD, Fairy Tail, Sasami: Magical Girls Club, Log Horizon, and More) This show is brought to you by Patreon Supporters: Jame Husband Mike Crate Support us on Patreon Special thanks to Lee Kemp who manages our Facebook page. Jād Brennon Saxton is an American voice actress who works for Funimation and Sentai Filmworks. Her name is an acronym of her parents' names, Jimmy and David, and is pronounced as Jade. Her singing led to her first voice role in Sasami: Magical Girls Club as Eimi Mori, and her first major voice role was Masako Hara in Ghost Hunt. She graduated summa cum laude from Texas Wesleyan University with a Bachelor of Arts in Music in 2005. Some of her other major roles in anime include Akatsuki in Log Horizon, Carla in Fairy Tail, Hatchin in Michiko & Hatchin, Sena Kashiwazaki in Haganai, Haruna in Is This a Zombie?, and Koneko Tojo in High School DxD.

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Tonight's Menu: On this show, Scott, Dave, Miles, and Chrissie share their top five geek moments from 2018 and their top anticipated moments from 2019. We would love to hear yours! SciFi Diner Podcast 345 - Top Moments from 2018 and What We Look Forward to in 2019 This show is brought to you by Patreon Supporters: Jame Husband Mike Crate Support us on Patreon Special thanks to Lee Kemp who manages our Facebook page. Chrissie: 2018 Favorite Geek Moments: Star Trek bachelorette party - pin the kiss on Captain Kirk Seeing the actual Enterprise in the national air and space museum 3. Joining this podcast 4. Doing a space race themed party with my sister; my team didn't win, but the games were a blast. I am still disappointed I didn't get extra points for my team by bringing a towel 8^). 5. The new WoW expansion, 2019 Top Anticipated Moments: Space X is set to launch its first commercial space flight - so maybe by the time I am 50, it will be affordable and I will be able to experience space flight. The Dark Crystal sequel coming to Netflix Going to Philadelphia for a Japanese tea ceremony and art museum  (more nerdy than geeky, but I love Japanese culture and art). I highly recommend the annual Japanese culture festival in the spring. My first con as an adult; I went to a couple when I was really young. I think they were like gaming cons. Blacksmithing with my sister - I will be making a knife. Scott: 2018 Favorite Geek Moments: Avengers Infinity War Solo: A Star Wars Story Playing Lord of the Rings Online Watching all of Doctor Who with my son Delving into the Expanse universe Honorable Mention: Ready Player One 2019 Top Anticipated Moments: Star Wars Episode 9 Avengers: Endgame Captain Marvel First Commercial Spaceflight Helping my son stream content on Youtube Dave: 2018 Favorite Geek Moments: 5 - 2 new Star Wars movies - Loved them both! 4 - Marvel: Infinity Wars 3 - New Star Trek on TV - Discovery, Orville 2 - Coming onto the Sci-Fi Diner Podcast 1 - Going to my first Cons and getting to meet and interview some of my “heroes” in the Sci-Fi world. 2019 Top Anticipated Moments: 5 - Closing the next Star Wars trilogy with Episode 9 4 - Finishing the Avengers saga with Endgame 3 - Thrawn: Treason by Timothy Zahn 2 - Star Trek on TV: Season 2 of Star Trek Discovery, the new Picard series, Orville S2 1 - Continuing to attend this year's Cons (Farpoint/Shore Leave) and hanging out with my fellow sci-fi friends here at the Diner! Honorable Mentions: Dave - Tabletop gaming (ST: Ascendency, Star Wars Armada, Firefly: Adventures) Miles *Honorable Mention: With very little Star Trek novels to read this past year, I’ve been reading several time travel novels. 2018 Favorite Geek Moments: 5. Elseworlds on the CW was probably the best crossover yet with the CW DC superhero shows. 4. Really enjoying reviewing all the Star Trek movies this year and talking about it with our co-hosts and guest hosts. 3. Hitting Farpoint and Shoreleave and seeing our old friends, meeting celebrity guests and making new friends. 2. Star Trek coming back to the small screen.  I think Discovery is a worthy member of the Star Trek universe. 1. Meeting and getting a picture of William Shatner himself.   Captain Kirk was really my first superhero and Star Trek was my first foray into sci-fi.  The meeting was brief but very pleasant. 2019 Top Anticipated Moments: *Honorable Mention:  Orville Season 2 5.  The new Star Trek Jean Luc Picard show. 4. Movies: Avengers Endgame,  X Men Dark Phoenix, Captain Marvel,   Shazam 3.  Going to Farpoint and Shoreleave. 2. Continuing to record the Sci-Fi Diner PodCast and geek out about our favorite sci-fi that we enjoy. 1. Star Trek Discovery: Season 2.  This looks like it will even be more enjoyable than season 1. Sci-fi Diner Top 5: 5. Cons 4. Star Trek to the small screen 3. Star Wars Solo 2. Avengers: Infinity War 1. Adding two new cohosts Biggest disappointments  this year: * That Solo didn’t do better * Second Pacific Rim * Netflix canceling Marvel Shows * Visiting a larger con * Timeless ending

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