April 20, 2015

On the subject of merchandising and cultural obsession...


12 comments:

  1. Homer J. Simpson4/20/2015 4:13 PM

    Ahem...

    nnNNNEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEERRRRRRRRRRRRDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDD!!!!!

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  2. And yet he's in a comic book store.

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    1. lol, I said something similar in Facebook comment and I was told "do you see a comic book or comic book merchandise in his hand?".

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  3. I'm not sure Nerd is a degree you can get, tttt. Are there any schools accredited for Nerd?

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    1. GA Tech, MIT, Adams College...
      You can be an amateur nerd in a comic shop, or you can spend 4-8 years getting an engineering and science degree and be a professional. Those nerds bring it to a whole new level.

      Anon M

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  4. Next he'll be advocating for nerds to be legally recognized as an officially oppressed group.

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  5. Speaking as a card-carrying nerd (yes, I have an actual card) with degrees in physics and computational physics, I'm just fine with it. Real nerds know who the artificial ones are, regardless of what they buy or wear.

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  6. Ahh, good to see the comments are a morass of "No True Nerdsman" clichés!

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  7. You can't like, own nerdom man.

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    1. But you can like, "be" nerdom man!

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  8. LET MY PEOPLE GO.

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  9. "[sic]...my peoples name.". What? So if I declare myself a 'Nerd', can I demand government reparations for all the bullies who stole my lunch money?

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