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Geek and Sundry has an eclectic line-up of shows all targeted around things I love: Comics, Tabletop Games, Books and more.
I’m still a geek on the inside, that’s the important thing.
I don’t sweat the Internet. You know, it’s still something I enjoy as a movie geek myself to get on and, like, look at all the websites; however, when it comes to marketing a movie, the Internet is still not the thing that gets people to the theatre.
I’m a science guy. I’m a geek. I love geology and botany and marine science. I thought maybe I’d be a professional guide, or maybe even a park ranger, working for the Department of Fish and Game.
I listen to a lot of jazz. I’m a big Sinatra geek. I love Chet Baker.
For a hate group originally focused on video games, anger over a comedy movie for starring women might seem ridiculous. But at its core, Gamergate is about a toxic male sense of ownership over geek culture.
Deep down inside, I’m a science geek.
I’m a Nintendo geek, so I’m a pretty big Nintendo fan.
I did this show for Sky called ‘King of the Nerds’, which was a reality show looking for the world’s biggest nerd, essentially, celebrating the geek, which is also what I’m about.
I’m a self-confessed geek, and my whole concept of music at first was entirely electronic. In many ways, it turned out to be an advantage. I was so green, so utterly naive about the nature of classical music, that I did things that made me look totally, deliberately unorthodox.
I’ve always been a geek, so I’ve always used the Internet, perhaps at first for autopromotion, as many authors do.
I’m pretty much a documents reporter. I’m a public records geek.
I’m a card-carrying nerd, a gamer, and sci-fi geek.
I am a proud flag-flying geek at heart and definitely a Trekkie/Trekker!
My adolescence was a kind of motorway pile-up. I wish I had known that one day the geek would inherit the Earth.
I’m such a theater geek. Most of my friends are in this community, and it’s really important for me to keep doing it. It takes the ego out of acting, whereas movies tend to involve it.
I was bullied. I was a bit of a geek. Good-looking guys were off-limits. I didn’t start dating until I was 18.
I’ve never been comfortable around groups of guys when it gets into the putting-down. My past being a kind of geek – it kind of turns into an attack on the weakest of the group.
I just think, you know what, some of the most astute fans I know are film geeks, film lovers, and watchers, and I am now proud to be one of them. So I am, hopefully, going to be accepted into the club of geek!
I was super brainy and a proper geek at school, but there would always be a boy. But that sort of obsession did turn me into a songwriter. My writing has always come from that feeling of infatuation.
I’ve always been a bit of a space geek. I wrote an article years ago about the neutral buoyancy tank, which is this biblically sized pool where they train astronauts. And it was just the coolest thing.
I just think knowledge makes the world go ’round, man. So, if that makes me a geek, then cool.
Geeks run the world. Condoleezza Rice is a geek, Bill Gates is clearly a geek, many of the big filmmakers and writers are geeks, lots of military people are geeks. Anyone who has heard Donald Rumsfeld talk about military hardware knows they are in the presence of a geek.
I’m a bit of a tech geek myself.
With ‘Grimm,’ it’s a lot of fun for me to be able to play within the familiar world of fairy tales. As for satisfying my inner fantasy geek, anything that would have me wielding a sword or shooting a bow would be a dream.
As a kid I wanted to be a vet; I wanted to be an architect. I was and still am such a little geek.
This is going to sound really sad, but I didn’t really have any heartthrobs when I was growing up. I was a bit of a geek.
I’m geek royalty now.
Corporate Hollywood thinks I’m a geek to go back and do theater. They don’t understand why I don’t want to be a movie star, why I’m not pursuing Mel Gibson’s roles.
I think we all have different moods – a nerd one day and cool the next. I think everyone has an inner geek, and I know I definitely do.
I kind of say I am a stylish geek, to make myself feel better, but I am definitely a geek.
I’m quite comfortable with being a geek. I’ve been a geek since high school.
I’m such a theater geek.
This has become a bugbear of mine: the difference between geek and nerd.
I was a total sci-fi geek. ‘Star Wars’ was my ultimate favorite.
I grew up a geek. I added comedy to it midway through high school.
I’ve got two cows licks; when I was a kid, all the boys in school used to have curtains, and my hair never used to do that, ever! I always used to try, and I always looked like the geek.
My best friend, Wil Wheaton, identifies himself as a geek.
I am learning to forgive my inner geek, and even value him as a free man.
I’m not of a science background, I was never a comic book geek, and I was never a gamer.
As a geek, I take umbrage at the notion that chips are not sexy. But yes, robots, drones, satellites and self-driving cars are the kinds of things that excite me.
I grew up reading comic books, pulp books, mystery and science fiction and fantasy. I’m a geek; I make no pretensions otherwise. It’s the stuff that I love writing about. I like creating worlds.
I was pretty much a homebody; didn’t really go to school dances, never went to a prom. I was a bit of a loner, a geek.
I always have said from the beginning of my career that I was going for the ‘Geek Trifecta’ because I’m such a total geek. I want to be in everything that has to do with the things that I enjoyed when I was a kid, which was ‘Battlestar Galactica,’ and being in ‘Big Bang Theory,’ and being in video games.
I’m a musical geek. It’s like there’s this big, wild universe in my head, and I love to express it.
In grade school, I was a complete geek. You know, there’s always the kid who’s too short, the kid who wears glasses, the kid who’s not athletic. Well, I was all three.
I think it is a shock to people to find out that MC Hammer is a super geek.
What’s great about the geek spirit is that life never seems to stop us, and they never seem to kill our enthusiasm, our optimism and our hunger to experience the world. We keep our sense of humor, we protect our dignity, we talk to our friends about the experience and then we start again fresh the very next day.
One of the coolest days of my life was when I bought a 16K memory card upgrade and stuck it in my Apple II. I was kind of a geek.
I wouldn’t wear turtlenecks. That I’m not envious of. But who knows? I might sneak out a few things and hope and pray that no one says, ‘Hey, didn’t you wear that when you were playing an enormous geek on TV?’
Anyways, I am a nerd, bookworm, geek… whatever you want to call me. I’m the type of person that would rather sit down and read a good book than go out and party.
I’ve never related to the work geek at all-it sounds much more horrible than nerd. Like a freak biting a chicken’s head off in a sideshow.
I do consider myself a film geek. I love television and film.
The perception in Silicon Valley is that if you dress well, you couldn’t possibly be smart, or you’re in P.R. but couldn’t possibly run a company. I remember briefly attempting the Adidas and jeans and sweatshirt over T-shirt look, but I realized I was trying to dress like a young tech geek, and that just wasn’t me.
When I started this character, it was me being 12 years old again. We would have other wrestlers come to our promos, and I’d geek out over them and show my excitement. I would just grab them and not let go.
I’m a bit of a geek: I just love being able to play with dials and buttons.
When I was a kid, it was a huge insult to be a geek. Now it’s a point of pride in a weird way.
When I see that my geek may have contained some of the best parts of me, when I love and appreciate him, I set my children free to see themselves as lovable however they are.
For publicity purposes, everything gets simplified, and the fact that I wear glasses and am somewhat bookish makes me a geek. That’s fine; there needs to be a shorthand, but there are important geek traits that I don’t really share.
We thought that the Internet was going to connect us all together. As a young geek in rural Maine, I got excited about the Internet because it seemed that I could be connected to the world. What it’s looking like increasingly is that the Web is connecting us back to ourselves.
Although I loved working on technology – I’ve always been a computer geek at heart – my professors encouraged me to get a real-world job working with customers.
I’d totally be attracted to a geek girl!
Twitter’s been interesting. I’m kind of a tech geek, but I’ve never been a Facebook or Twitter guy. Surprisingly, I’ve really enjoyed Twitter because I get to connect with fans.
I was a huge comic geek growing up and even made my own comics.
I’m a science fiction and fantasy geek.
I’m a geek who loves fashion. There’s been a reinvention of the word geek. It means being passionate about anything that’s under the radar or sort of frowned upon, like Comic-Con.
In many ways, products are a reflection of their founders, and I consider myself a geek. But aside from that, Imgur just organically evolved into the epicenter of geek culture.
In no way am I a spiritual person. I’m not some guru geek.
I think teen girls will like ‘Geek Charming’ because they really focus on the ‘populars’ and nerdy people and people who are in between the nerds and between the populars. So it really hits every category of what girls are going through in high school.
I just love music gear, I’m a total geek all around.
I’m a tech geek. Whenever I read about something new, I think to myself, How can I take this and make it black?
I’m a wall to wall geek. I love sci fi; I’ve had a crush on Spider-Man since I was five years old, and there’s an uncomfortably large shelf in my living room just for my comics.
I wasn’t a comic book geek as a kid. I read some, but it was just like, ‘Oh, I have this comic book here.’ It wasn’t like I was collecting them.
I know: I am a freakish geek. Or is that a geekish freak?
I really geek out with horror and like to delve into the subgenres, whether it’s comedy or slasher or sci-fi.
My idol growing up was Charlie Chaplin. I was obsessed with him. I mean, while other kids were watching Jim Carrey and the likes in the ’90s, I was watching Charlie Chaplin films, because I was a bit of a geek. I became obsessed with this idea of physical comedy.
I fly my geek flag proudly. Absolutely.
I was a science fiction geek. That lets you know that they come in all sizes and styles, right?
I’ve always been a geek and slightly awkward… slightly umm… I was never the cool kid at school.
I just got an iPhone, which is cool, but I don’t download movies, I don’t watch Hulu, I don’t have Netflix. I don’t do any of that. But I do geek out to music.
I am much more of a geek than I am an athlete.
I am a big, big geek at heart and a Sci-fi fan. And I love the Comic-Cons.
I always felt that sci-fi and fantasy were my thing. Bit of a geek, I’m afraid. But I like creating worlds, and I felt it was a genre that gave me more freedom. It just seemed like I belonged there.
I read the Steve Jobs book, and that kind of changed everything. I’ve been, like, an Apple geek my whole life and have always seen him as a hero. But reading the book, and learning about how he built the company, and maintaining that corporate culture and all that, I think that influenced me a lot.
I am a huge theatre geek.
That’s what I love about geeks, that they can call themselves a geek and be proud of it. I love that. I even have a necklace with the word ‘geek’ spelled out in rhinestones, and I’m very proud, myself.
I love music, and I love drumlines. I like school bands a lot. There’s nothing wrong with cheerleading, but I’d rather be a band geek. It’s a little more interesting.
My friend once sculpted me a bust of Admiral Ackbar from ‘Star Wars.’ He’s my favourite character in the films after Han Solo. He’s that goldfish-type alien in the white costume. ‘It’s a trap!’ I’m a big geek.
I get to meet everyone, tell them about the game, geek out about random things while they wait in line for the game and then I get to take awesome pictures with everyone!
I’m a big fan of technology; I’ve been a geek since 1986… and I was spending all my paper money on gadgets.
I want to hear from the creature who isn’t blessed with unbelievable good looks and incredible genes. I want to hear from the geek girl, the forgotten girl, the invisible girl and the miserable girl.
Man, it’s hard to beat having gotten to play Superman. But where do you go from there? Aren’t careers supposed to culminate in a role like that? And because I’m a big fat geek, as long as there’s stuff I’m excited about – and isn’t that really the definition of geek? – there’ll always be roles I’d love to play.
I can’t live without my smartphone, but I really geek on coding. It’s not so much technology that I like, but puzzle solving.
I was such a nerd, a complete geek, but then I was lucky enough to have a fancy career, where I can be like ‘See, I’m not a nerd. Look, I’m in ‘Vogue.’
I feel like I was hit by all of geek culture at once while I was growing up in the ’70s and ’80s. Saturday morning cartoons like ‘Star Blazers’ and ‘Robotech.’ Live action Japanese shows like ‘Ultraman’ and ‘The Space Giants.’
Being a geek is a great thing. I think we’re all geeks. Being a geek means you’re passionate about something and that defines your uniqueness. I would rather be passionate about something than be apathetic about everything.
I’m more of the sneaker-wearing, computer geek type.
I was always a sci-fi and fantasy geek. I was in the ‘Lord of the Rings’ club and all my cool friends made fun of me.
I got into baseball, and everyone just started calling me a geek, like, ‘There’s the nerd from Harvard.’ Then it took 20 years of working in baseball and me actually leaving and going to football for people to say, ‘He’s the baseball guy.’ So maybe at some point I’ll be known as a football guy too.
I’m a geek, man.
I am a geek. I am always in books.
Rush Limbaugh is a lame professional swine, and he makes a good living at it. He is like a hired geek in some traveling backwoods carnival – the freaks who bite the heads off chickens – but Limbaugh is a modernized geek who thinks he can bite the heads off of people.
For millennials, being a geek is a positive thing, and we see people proudly self-identifying themselves as geeks.
I really hope that we’ll have a sustainable future on this planet, I really do. So I probably geek out mostly about learning more about how potentially we can hopefully make that happen, hopefully we’re not too far lost.
Among my friends, I am still that guy who is just out of college and nobody treats me like a geek.
I am a geek, and proud of it.
I’m not going chic, I swear. The geek endures. But, I mean, a snazzy cool suit looks good.
I was a theater geek, and I was a surly cheerleader, and that’s really kind of a contradiction.
The images you see in media are vital to impacting not just what the world sees in terms of who can be a computer scientist, who can be techie, who can be a geek or who can be a creator; it also impacts the girls and what they internalize.
At no point am I ever threatened by people who question who I am, or why I like the things I do, or my legitimacy. Because I know who I am very strongly, and I think that’s what geek culture can reinforce.
As far as geek culture, I didn’t grow up in the comic con geek culture lane, then I started doing Comic Cons seeing the impact of it. The character, Rufio living on.
I am the biggest geek and fan of film and TV, and I just go through phases.
I was so glad when geek went from being a bad word to a good word.
I’m a total hip-hop geek. That’s my favorite kind of music to listen to while getting ready.
I’ve always been sort of a closet sci-fi geek.
Actors geek out over athletes. Everyone knows that.
I’m a bit of a geek when it comes to historical events, so to get the chance to research our family history using our DNA was too good an opportunity to pass up.
I’m a tech geek.
I’m kind of a goony guy, a dweeb or a geek.
I’m a real geek and fan when it comes to ‘Transformers.’ I remember being at my first rehearsal for this film, and I looked over and saw the tractor trailer. I was thinking to myself, ‘Oh, my. That’s Optimus Prime.’
I would always have been the geek who’s your friend. I will never be the dark guy with a sensitive side, as much as I yearn to be.
I grew up loving monsters. I’m just a total monster geek. When I was a kid, I had the Aurora monster models, and I would make them. I loved the Universal horror movies and the Hammer movies. I just had an affinity for them.
I’m a closet geek.
I’m a science fiction geek from birth – that’s just who I am.
I have ambitions to do a Broadway record one of these days and get in the studio with like, a real orchestra. I’m a big musical theatre geek.
I grew up loving TV so much. It was such an integral part of my youth, and I was completely an Emmy geek.
I was a massive geek.
Intellectual development was paramount to my father, of course, but he was hardly a geek. He was a man who happened to be of a certain Southern culture and a certain age, and his talents and tastes had been molded accordingly.
I’m a geek.
I think it was always okay to be a geek.
I am a space geek now.
I’d love to pop back into ‘Being Human’ as Adam. I love the character so much. I’ve never really played a character like that. I’m always playing the geek, so to play a kid who is very energetic when he wants to be, and who is always trying to get the girls, was really cool.
I’m such a music geek, a music freak. I wake up in the morning, I press play.
When I sat down to write I just felt like a geek writing about myself. And then it dawned on me, just because of the way I am, I can’t stop talking, and part of the problem is that anything that gets said reminds me of something that happened to me one time, and invariably I cut people off and talk about myself.
I’m a quiet person’s nightmare – the only time I shut up is when I’m reading, because I’m a book geek.
If I sound like a technology geek, that’s probably because I am. But I also love running good businesses.
I grew up in this house of intellectuals, and for me, it wasn’t, like, a negative thing. And what I’ve discovered is, for a lot of people, it is. But I think knowing history, liking to talk about ideas – like, I just genuinely like to geek out and go on these intellectual thought journeys.
A geek isn’t the skinny kid with a pocket protector and acne. There can be computer geeks, video game geeks, car geeks, military geeks, and sports geeks. Being a geek just means that you’re passionate about something.
I’m an utterly average, total geek.
I destroyed all my geek stuff because I didn’t want to be a geek, and I regret it to this day. Consumed in the geek bonfire of the vanities was a collection of autographs and letters from Peter Cushing, Spike Milligan and Frankie Howerd, the first Doctor Whos, actual astronauts, and many more.
The idea of fighting your new girlfriend’s ex-lovers, ‘Street Fighter’ style, is the ultimate geek wish-fulfilment.
I was very driven in high school. I worked a bunch of odd jobs. I never partied. I never drank. I was just a theater geek who was obsessed with movies.
I’m a massive science fiction and fantasy geek.
I always loved Batman, the Michael Keaton ‘Batman.’ I loved those films, and Superman, but I was never a real comic book geek.
I had the standard movie geek childhood, because for as long as I can remember, all I wanted to do was make movies.
I stole comic books from my brother when I was a kid, but I was never like an avid fan. I can’t claim to be like a comic book geek.
I’ve watched ‘Doctor Who’ since I was a kid. I loved it, and I still love it. I can geek out about it, like when I go to set and see the TARDIS.
I think everyone’s a geek in some way.
I have always enjoyed vampire stuff without ever having been a full vampire geek. I suppose I love the idea of blood thirst because it can say so much about us, not simply about addiction but about all those desires that can tear a family apart.
The substance of what it means to be a geek is essentially someone who’s brave enough to love something against judgment. The heart of being a geek is a little bit of rejection.
I still have my old Nintendo 64 that works. And I hook it up, and I still play the original ‘Goldeneye.’ I’m that geek. I have an ‘NBA Jam’ arcade machine in my office at ‘SNL.’
I’m hardly the sexiest man in the world. I’m a bit of a geek.
I was a tax attorney for something like seven years, so I was a tax geek. I was really into it. Tax is one of those things that people think is incredibly boring, but like any science about systems, once you get into it it, becomes incredibly intricate and interesting.
I would love to be an historian. I’m a bit of a history geek and love books and programmes on the subject.
I watched westerns when I was a kid, like everybody else, but I wasn’t a total nerd or geek about it. I kind of fell in love with westerns heavily when I started watching Sergio Leone’s westerns.
I didn’t set out to be a villain in film. I’m a character actor, and if my first movie was a comedy, I could have played a geek just as well.
I feel like geek is about obsession. I feel like I geek out on certain things and that just means it’s a mad devotion or obsession to something.
I’m such a geek.
Anything that I love, I love to the extreme. I’m obsessive. If it’s ‘Star Wars,’ if it’s ‘Transformers,’ if it’s the Flyers, I geek out.
Yes! I am big comic book geek. I can’t live without them.
I’m a comedy geek so anything comedy related, whether that’s standup shows, improv shows, I’m all over that. That’s my favorite way to be entertained always.
Only a geek would say this, but my first true love was a game called ‘Wizardry’; that was the game that hooked me forever.
I’m not a geek about equipment, I just know what I like.
Yeah, I’m a geek. I read sci-fi and I watch sci-fi films. I love my computer and I love to fix it. I’m a total nerd. I literally am a 12-year-old geeky boy trapped in a 32-year-old woman’s body.
What do I geek out about? What am I? Hmmm. I love movies. I watch movies. I like big, sweeping epics, like Ed Zwick stuff: ‘The Last Samurai,’ ‘Legends of the Fall,’ ‘Blood Diamond,’ ‘Glory.’
I’m such a geek now with princesses. It’s pathetic.
I grew up really being a comic book geek, and that was a really big part of my childhood.
I’m a geek when it comes to my voice. I know if it hurts, something’s wrong. You shouldn’t feel it! It’s very important to look after your voice.
I’m incredibly pleased to be working with Marco Palmieri and Tor Books on ‘The Geek Feminist Revolution.’ This was an exciting book to pitch and is proving to be a lot of fun to put together.
I’m a pretty big Disney geek.
Part of doing Linux was that I had to communicate a lot more instead of just being a geek in front of a computer.
I’m a nerd. Total geek. I never went to homecoming or prom or anything.
I’m not cool – quite the opposite. I’m a real geek.
I mean, like, I can go in a room and say, look, ‘Watchmen’ should be at least 15 minutes longer than ‘Batman.’ I mean, that’s, like, any geek will tell you that.
My father was a ham radio geek, and I remember the glow of the vacuum tubes from a Hammarlund receiver that became a hand-me-down to me.
The word ‘geek’ today does not mean what it used to mean. A geek isn’t the skinny kid with a pocket protector and acne. There can be computer geeks, video game geeks, car geeks, military geeks, and sports geeks. Being a geek just means that you’re passionate about something.
I’m a geek! I’m a fan girl; I’m very proud of that. Get me near Orlando Jones, it will not be pretty.
I’m pretty good for an old geek.
I think the whole definition of a geek is somebody being passionate and focused, and being proud of saying that they’re passionate and focused, on a narrow range of subjects.
I’m kind of a geek when it comes to talking about chord structures or melody, so I always loved in-depth conversations with musicians about things. I also enjoy when a fan can just put something on, and they really know nothing about music other than they like it and it touches them in some way.
I’m not really into the rock n’ roll lifestyle; I’m a music geek!
I’m a huge sci-fi geek, and I also really get into all of the alien shows on the History Channel where you see air force pilots talking about UFOs – I love that stuff.
I was a good student – a geek, really – editor of the school paper, thought I was going to go to university.
I’ve always been a DVD geek and, before that, a laser disc fanatic, too.
I love doing research. I’m a film-school geek.
I am a lifelong Moebius geek. The European approach is perfect, the art is beautiful, and the storytelling is fantastic.
I am an incorrigible coffee geek. I make espresso.
This is how much of a music geek I am: if I have a day with nothing to do, one of my favourite things is to just sit at my computer and make playlists of pretty much anything.
I was definitely a choir and theater geek.
It took seventeen years to get from my second novel, ‘Truck,’ to my third, ‘Geek Love.’
I’m a science geek. I even have a T-shirt with a glow-in-the-dark chart of the periodic elements.
I felt like the big geek in high school. And I still feel like a big geek.
From their breakout 2002 single, ‘Losing My Edge,’ LCD Soundsystem have offered a unique combination of geek knowledge, passion and intelligent, ironic distance.
I am an absolute geek, without doubt.
My background isn’t in social software; it’s in online community, social networks, personal publishing, blogging, self-expression on the Web. I got on the Internet in the 1980s, and the magic moment for me arose from my being a literature geek, especially Dante and Shakespeare.
A geek is a guy who has everything going for him but he’s just too young. He’s got the software but he doesn’t have the hardware yet.
I’m kind of a tech geek. With the camera work, I chose to shoot super 16, which has a real tactile feel. I feel it’s as authentic as possible; I love the way the grain feels.
Yes, I was a big math and computer geek, that’s true. I was driven by the scholastic side of things. For me, it was all about what I could do with math and computers.
You can’t geek out with a lot of people about Linda Manz.
I’m a geek to the bone.
I’m like a geek that grew up playing with Star Wars toys and creating action sequences, essentially, with toys.
My goal in creating Geek & Sundry was to create a community based around web video, and we’ve accomplished that, especially on our budget.
Someone who I would describe as a ‘geek’ or ‘nerd’ is a person who loves something to its greatest extent and then looks for other people who love it the same way so they can celebrate loving it together.
I was president of the show choir, I was kind of a geek, whatever.
I’m super excited about gaming always. That’s the thing that I geek out over; those are the vlogs that I’m surfing if I’m not already playing a game at night.
I made my drama teacher cry. I only took drama to get out of writing papers in English and the teacher was this thespian Broadway geek and here I was this Italian guy from Staten Island and I would put her in tears.
Geek culture is all about being super passionate about your interests and not afraid to express them, even if your interests are unpopular.
The spy genre is something which, as a fan of movies, a movie geek myself, I just love that cinematic joy that they bring.
As a kid, I became a total SF geek. It started in the 5th grade with Asimov’s ‘Lucky Starr’ series of what would now be called ‘young adult’ novels of adventures in the solar system.
My own personal geek culture years were when I was much younger. I collected comic books up until a certain age. I wanted to be a comic book artist when I was younger.
Geek? Sure, call me that. I take that as a compliment.
A lot of nerds aren’t aware they’re nerds. A geek has thrown his hands up to the universe and gone, ‘I speak Klingon – who am I fooling? You win! I’m just gonna openly like what I like.’ Geeks tend to be a little happier with themselves.
A lot of people don’t believe I was a soldier. They look at my luscious hair and wacky bow-tie collection and immediately put me down as some kind of supernatural geek.
Being somebody who’s like a theater geek that I am, I can just go right back to Aeschylus and Euripides and Sophocles: they were writing about gods and goddesses versus humans, and how gods could distort, pervert, or help people get what they want.
Being a sci-fi geek, it was just lovely to be on a show where I pretend I’m in outer space. That’s always been my dream: to pretend to be out in space or actually be out in space.
Being a sci-fi geek myself and going to movies all my life, I came to the conclusion that there were really two camps of how robots have been designed. It’s either the tin man, which is a human with metal skin, or it’s an R2D2.
This idea of the geek or the nerd, all that person really is – and I would consider myself one – is someone who is not ashamed of liking what they enjoy.
I would say a lot of us here think being called a geek is cool. A lot of us at Blizzard identify with it.
I’ve worked so hard to eliminate the inner geek from my life. I suddenly realize I have no patience for those people who still have their geeks showing. Now I see why being ‘normal’ has been so important to me.
I am the kind of guy who has never taken myself too seriously. I mean, I am very serious about what I do; I’m very serious about the creative process and everything, but at the end of the day, I am just another lucky geek who got to live out a dream, you know?
I’m a geek.
In grade school, I was a complete geek. You know, there’s always the kid who’s too short, the one who wears glasses, the kid who’s not athletic. Well, I was all three.