Slice of SciFi #419: News and Trivia

Today on Slice of SciFi: Do you want powers like Spidey?  How about a way to make your home movies a bit more Hollywood?  Or what should you take to eat on a trip to Mars?   That’s just a sample of what we’ll discuss this week before trivia stumps us on one season wonder shows.

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  1. Robin says

    I like the term “menu fatigue”. For the last few years, my co-worker / lunch buddy and I have been referring to that problem as “food ennui”, but I might have to start using this instead when I’m just tired of the specific thing I’m eating.


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