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Rick Marshall is a freelance writer, professional geek, occasional photographer, indentured servant to incestuous cats, speedy talker, and obsessive story collector. He's served as a nerd-in-residence at MTV News, IFC, Spike TV, and various other online and on-air outlets. His personal blog can be found at MindPollution.org.
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