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Geek culture

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Oh, I know where I am on this chart ;-)
However, I kinda object to the "fantasy football" geek. Anyone else?

I don't think it has escaped anyone that Bit Rebels is all about technology, fun and geek culture. We're proud of being geeks, and we take every opportunity to show people the awesome community that we geeks call our home. You don't have to be a math genius or a gadget fanatic to be a geek, you just have to be interested enough in the geek culture to really take in what it is all about. Being a geek doesn't mean you have to be an outcast who sits in front of your computer more than you…

now this is style....love all of it. peek a boo boots, cool sunnies, detachable cape....and most importantly the gun.

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Vintage Geek Culture

Dedicated to all things "geek retro:" the science fiction/fantasy/horror fandom of the past (1910s-1970s), including pin up art, novel covers, pulp magazines, and comics.

Vintage Geek Culture

Dedicated to all things "geek retro:" the science fiction/fantasy/horror fandom of the past (1910s-1970s), including pin up art, novel covers, pulp magazines, and comics.

Voltron mashup created from the iconic vehicles of geek culture

Here's a fun t-shirt design that I think any geek can appreciate. It features Voltron built from various iconic vehicles of geek culture. The design is called "Defender of The Nerd-verse," it comes from Nerd Bastards , and it was created by Brooks Smit