E26.5 – Murphy’s Law and Dis-Order (podcast updates and more!)

Episode 26.5 – Erik Slader takes a break from his normally scheduled chaos to do a quick update on the state of the podcast, why it’s on (temporary) hiatus, what other projects he’s been up to, and what’s coming soon – also, a brief history of “Murphy’s Law” and a Buddhist story about how everyone has 83 problems… 

Music Clips: “Tumbling Tumbleweeds” by Roy Rogers & Sons of the Pioneers (1934), “Something Just Like This” by The Chainsmokers and Coldplay (2018)

Epik Fails of History will return! 

In the meantime, check out some of my other podcasts: 

Guest Appearances: 

And a few of my recent (nerdy) articles: 

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Erik Slader

Erik Slader is the creator of “Epik Fails of History” a blog (and podcast) about the most epic fails… of history. With Ben Thompson, Erik is the co-author of the Epic Fails middle grade book series, including The Wright Brothers: Nose-Diving Into History and The Race to Space: Countdown to Liftoff. His latest book, “2299” is a sci-fi / noir novella. Erik is also an editor on Podcasters Assemble and a co-host on 2 Young 4 This Trek, as well as a contributor to Geek to Geek Media and ComicZombie.net! He has a Bachelor’s Degree in Digital Media, once managed a comic book shop, has a weakness for fancy coffee as well as retro video games, and currently lives in Green Cove Springs, Florida with too many cats.

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