Stone Soup, Episodes 1-10

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Episode 10

The Ladies are still on a roll. This rant is directed at a USA Today article that claims that women are "just" emerging at San Diego ComicCon. Bull, the Ladies say.

Episode 9

The Ladies have a few things to say (its a rant, okay?) about what Hollywood and the media are portraying as the "normal" or a "good" weight for women. Rated PG-13

Episode 8

The Ladies are in Cinnamon Kitchen once more. The lemon muffins left room for improvement. The Ladies go for it. This time in orange. For Science!

Orange Muffins recipe

Episode 7

Lady Geek Rhiannon is joined by Guest Geek Shawn, her brother in the Anime Corner. A couple Anime junkies discuss their opinion of sub-titled vs. dubbed.

Episode 6

The Ladies discuss Jim Butcher's "Dresden Files" series of books, and the resulting short lived TV series. This inevitably leads to a discussion of Disney's new "Sorcerer's Apprentice."

Episode 5

The Ladies are still playing in Cinnamon Kitchen. This time, they are doing a Science Experiment. They found a lemon muffin recipe that sounded interesting to them. For Science!

Lemon Muffins recipe

Episode 4

The Ladies of Stone Soup venture into Cinnamon Kitchen, the cooking portion of the program, to make Stone Soup.

Stone Soup recipe

Episode 3

In this episode, the Ladies discuss WesterCon 63/ConChord 23, held 4th of July weekend, 2010 in Pasadena. WesterCon is an annual regional Science Fiction Convention that rotates around the western US. ConChord is an annual Filk (SF based music) convention held in the Los Angeles area. In 2010, these two conventions combined due to proximity in the space time continuum.

For the uninitiated, there is also a general discussion of what Science Fiction Conventions are.

Episode 2

The Ladies have a few things to say about James Cameron's movie "Avatar". Let's just say that they have a few issues.

Episode 1

The Lady Geeks introduce themselves and give their opinion on "Avatar: The Last Airbender." They really don't agree with a lot to the critics out there.