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Re: No nerds here
Poster: Michael Surbrook <email@example.com>
On Wed, 19 May 1999, Jean Amann wrote:
> > > I realize this is off-topic and that I'll likely get flamed for starting this
> > > thread, but I want to proudly report that the nerd-quotient in Dun Carraig is
> > > apparently less than in other parts of the known world.
> > Why is it that anyone who goes to see this film today is a 'geek' or
> > 'nerd'? Back when Henry V opened, local SCA members attended in garb, did
> > that make them 'freaks' or 'nerds'?
> Yep, it did. If nerdiness involves unnatural concentration on aspects of life
> not of major interest to most people, we all qualify. Of course, another aspect of
> nerdiness is intelligence. . .Relax and enjoy the movie.
I did. It was a fun way to spend 2 hours. It didn't have the impact of
the first film (nothing ever will) but it was a fun movie to watch and I
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