SR Geek Picks: Remember 1999 in 10 Minutes, ‘Game of Thrones’ Meets ‘Friends’ & More

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Adam WarRock “The Crows On The Wall” [Game of Thrones week]

Game of Thrones week – a new GoT-related song every day


Look Like An Action Hero: Diet Advice From Don Cheadle

The Iron Patriot reveals his secret to getting in shape for Iron Man 3. And we embarrass ourselves by offering him a microwaved dinner.


Iron Man Equation T-Shirt

Iron Man Equation T Shirt 570x570 SR Geek Picks: Remember 1999 in 10 Minutes, Game of Thrones Meets Friends & More

What do you get when you add iron to the outline of a well-dressed man? Probably a statue of a well-dressed man, right? Wrong. You get Iron Man, one of the greatest superheroes to walk the fictional Earth. Strangely, his metal suit has hardly, if any, iron because it’s inefficient and heavy. But there’s no metal song called “Titanium Alloy Man”.

Iron Man Equation is printed on a brown, 100% cotton shirt

You can get the Iron Man Equation T-Shirt for $19.99-$20.99 at ThinkGeek.


1999 in Ten Minutes

A nostalgic trip back to the year 1999.


56 Acronyms and Initialisms

A weekly show hosted by John Green, where knowledge junkies get their fix of trivia-tastic information. This week, John sorts through a number of acronyms and initialisms such as M&M’s, SCUBA, and the USA PATRIOT act.


The Fundamental Guide to KICKING ASS – HILLBILLIES

Where we share all of life tips on defeating your worst of enemies.

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That’s all for today, folks! Be sure to check back tomorrow for more movie-related geekery.

Today’s picks have been brought to you by: CineFixBuzzfeedthepeterson, roflzone, TheGeekTwinsThinkGeekAskMenVIDEOMentalFlossVideoNerdistLazyTeenageSuperheroAdam WarRockMorePilkington and TheEllenShow.

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  1. 1999 was awesome. Ah fond memories. I was only 10 at the time. Dr. Dre’s 2001 was the greatest album of the year.

  2. There’s also a 1997 and 2002 version. After a dose of nostalgia like that I can’t move anymore.

    • Seriously, nearly brought a tear to my eye.