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  1. #1 G. Williams
    July 20, 2007

    Heh. I became a librarian because I couldn’t decide what to study.

    I still can’t. It all looks so interesting.

    Maybe I’ll go work in a lighthouse…

  2. #2 Sean T.
    July 20, 2007

    All hail xkcd.

  3. #3 Shelley Batts
    July 20, 2007

    All hail xkcd.

    Indeed!

    Although I prefer the nerdy ones to the romance ones (the author must really be crazy for someone!). Makes me feel depressed bout my own lack-of. :p

  4. #4 Brian X
    July 20, 2007

    I really do like xkcd’s outlook on life — unrestrained whimsy while remaining completely grounded. Sounds paradoxical, but it works very well.

    And Shelly: there’s a total lack of guys around you who are into cute geek chicks? That’s pretty sad. I’m all about geek girls — sadly, they’re usually sufficiently smart not to be into me…

  5. #5 Biomed Tim
    July 21, 2007

    oh wow, you’re into xkcd too? you just totally went up on my list!

  6. #6 DrFrank
    July 23, 2007

    For the record, I still think that the best XKCD ever is the MC Hammer Shuffle one :D

    Also, for the record, attractive geeky women are worth their weight in gold.

  7. #7 KevinC
    July 24, 2007

    Go geeks! The geek guys do like attractive geek woman but often lack the social skills (or confidence) to ask out good looking woman be they geeks or not.

  8. #8 Mark
    July 31, 2007

    For shame DrFrank, you imply that the worth of women, let alone attractive geeky women, can be measured!

    PS: Hamiltonian FTW.

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