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So, the idea just hit me as I was reading this article. It reminded me about the dustup over Herman Cain quoting a theme in one of the Pokemon movies. We nerds are easy targets. We need our own Nerd PAC to ensure our own representation in Congress and - mostly - to defend those who are One of Us against attacks on their nerdliness. Who's with me?
Is that cake frosting?
Who's with me?Not me. I owe no allegiance to others just because we happen to share similar tastes in entertainment media.
edited 6th Oct '12 7:28:17 AM by Carciofus
But they seem to know where they are going, the ones who walk away from Omelas.
Eye'm the cutest!I ain't stepping there.
Endless Conflict: Every war ends in time, even supposedly this one.
You guys are no fun.
Yeah, no. This is a very silly thing and nothing I think we "gamers" need to step up and work against in the Congress. ...especially not me, because I'm not even American.
edited 6th Oct '12 10:50:24 AM by Lemurian
Catalytic... I really see no reason to do it. It basically sounds like it would just end up being reactionary "DON'T CALL US NERDS, YOU DOUCHEBAG!" stuff on the internet. Which is not a constructive "solution." (Or a solution at all, really.)
"Lock up your girlfriends, lock up your wives, Grim's on the loose so run for your lives." - Pyrite
All hailThe WOW thing is the kind of idiotic thing you get when politicians from small states try to mudsling like the big boys. Here's a comparison between my state and Maine.
So, in the U.S., randomly stripping is a signal that you want to sing the national anthem? - That Human
Slowly dying on the insideThat's why she's being slandered for it, obviously. I mean, a girl, playing World of Warcraft? We obviously need to slap her and send her back to the kitchen.
Once the avalanche has started, it is too late for the pebbles to cast their vote. - Ambassador Kosh
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