Embrace Your Geekness  

Lost_DC_Puppy 69M
31 posts
12/22/2005 3:55 pm

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Embrace Your Geekness

OK, I'm about to blow my cover. Yes, I like power tools. Yes, I am an avid fan of most sports (except NBA). Yes, I run long distances for fun. And yes, women have called me cute and said I'm a good dancer. But, deep down, I am a geek.

Computer programming is fun. I know what ST-TOS, ST-TNG, ST-DS9, ST-VOY, & LOTR stand for. My softball jersey number is 3.1415927 I think politics is a spectator sport. The Albert Einstein Memorial is my favorite in DC (OK, he is depicted as a cute cuddly teddy bear and kids love to sit in his lap, so I guess that could also mean I'm in touch with my caring side). I own an iBook.

So I say what is the matter with being geeky. I still salivate over pictures of beautiful women. I still make love with hands, tongue, and penis. I still like to have one orgasm to every two of my partner's.

So geeks and geek lovers come out of the closet! Admit you have an Enterprise micromachine collection! Admit that you think that since the universe is infinite, and anything divided by infinity is zero, then the average amount of matter in the universe is zero, and therefore I don't exist (paraphrased; Adams, 1979)!

duststormdiva 52F
6854 posts
12/26/2005 7:36 am

I LOVE GEEKS!!! I am one myself, except programmers are special people, and I am not that special. I just don't understand the coding.


Lost_DC_Puppy 69M

12/26/2005 9:20 am

[blog handle]Duststormdiva[/bloghandle] you are so right that the programming is only a part of geekness, if it is at all. Ya' know, I actaully put programming with woodworking, in that when you're done you either have something useful or a pile of sh*t. As for loving geeks, well I'd love to love a lovely geek anytime (three different uses of the word love in half of a sentence, and no way to actually know what I meant in any of the uses, and they say love is complicated, that don't begin to touch on it)

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