Kenna Conklin of GeekPortland.com knows nerdery. David Walker of BadAzzMofo is like a Godfather of PDX Geek. So when the proprietor of the social calendar that Portland Nerderati lives by meets the guy who spent his childhood writing an independent comics adaptation of “Escape from New York” at age 12? Prepare for a trip through a deep, nerdy rabbit hole: Phone Phreaking, the early 90′s nerd heirarchy that all comics-fans and D&D players had to live through, Adventures in Ventriloquism and cheap novelty store prop comedy, and other rampant silliness. Kenna talks about how she came to become a self-avowed geek after running with the punk kids at her high school, and David talks about the sort of phone etiquette people won’t ever know ever again: It involves stretching cords, hiding in closets, and these things called party lines. Other topics include: Cat shows, High School bullies, and Kenna’s GeekPortland party this weekend featuring the Doubleclicks and Kirby Krackle.