The Nerd & Tie Podcast
Updated every month, the Nerd & Tie Podcast dives into our geeky world head first. Nick, Trae and Gen go into in depth discussions on all topics nerdy and geeky, and hope to come out with something interesting at the end. Usually they do.
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