The nerd rocker chicks I know certainly are geeks. The one's I know are into comic books, bad horror movies, dressing up like zombies while playing
in a local kickball league and prefer computer side conversations to real ones.
My TV motto: if in doubt, turn to the Space channel. There's always something good on.
A sampling from my DVD collection: First Wave series, Star Trek (all of them), Babylon 5 series, Firefly, Seven Days series, V (TV movies and the
series), X-Men series (the cartoons) and Gargoyles (one of the best cartoons ever!)
I've been known to enjoy nerdcore. (WARNING - a bit of bad language)
too bad pools of radiance 2 sucked so hard i really wanted to play but it had too many bugs, and you had to dl a patch to install it cause other wise
it would remove some important system files... oh man the POR2 forums were chaotic during this.
I don't get a lot of action either. Not that I'm looking or interested.
I'd rather play computer games, read a novel, watch a highly intellectual foreign film with subtitles and/or fix my own home appliances than do the
makeup/high heels/fingernail painting stuff.
Hmmm ... most of the guys I've been involved with have been geeky in one form or another, and it hasn't worked out so well, come to think of it.
Maybe I need somebody who sits home and watches football.
Nah. I'd have to fight for the remote to watch Mythbusters, so I'd rather be single.
Lol! I think everyone has in inner geek, even football & baseball fans are geeks when you think about it, it's all about knowing statistics isn't,
and we know that statistics and all that stuff are supposidly nerdy
It's just the most popular form of nerdism that's all.
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