Some Geeky Stuff to embrace your Inner Geek
Remember the 1980’s and 1990’s? Remember when geeks were not cool and sports jocks ruled the world? Well, luckily we are living in the 21st Century and those days are long gone. These days geeks rule the world. Without geeks you would not have Facebook or Twitter. Without Geeks you would not have awesome TV shows like The IT Crowd or The Big Bang Theory.
Every now and then I still embrace my inner geek with Geeky Stuff that I find on the web (like many of you out there). From time to time I will be featuring some of the stuff that I find in the brand new Geeky Stuff section on Running Wolf’s Rant. Some of this might amuse you, humor you or even impress you, but I’m pretty sure that many of you will enjoy seeing this.
Today’s batch of stuff features some re-imagined “Hipster” fan art for some of your childhood shows, a 21st century children’s book, an epic Tweet from a Gamer chick (who plays Bioshock Infinite), John Mayer bragging about Twitter followers, an awesome 3D model of blood vessels, some of the castles in Disney’s cartoons, Some Tom Hiddleston Geek logic, a funny story about someone who has a geeky text message tone on his Android phone, an idiotic warning about user alternate web browsers, an epic sign for an ATM that is out of order, Stephen Hawking posing for a bachelor party, a questionable reply from a community college, an awesome staircase, a stunning Wonder Woman costume and a geeky recommendation for Hong Kong.
Well, there you have it, my first attempt at Geeky Stuff on Running Wolf’s Rant. If you’ve enjoyed this, feel free to share this article with your friends on Facebook and Twitter. Remember: Sharing is Caring.
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