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January 08, 2011

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scottstev

That place is an institution. I remember visiting there during my nerdling days. Then the games were Battletech and Car Wars.

Queen of the Weezils

People are still playing Magic? I figured that to be a passing fad back when I was a nerdling. Now that I'm a full fledged adult nerd right here in snoburbia, we stick to D&D and I still rock a mean magic missle.

Justafed

Ah, but remember that in snoburbia there are hierarchies in all things. Collectible Card Games are good, but German-style board games are obviously better. You mean to tell me you have not bought for your child Settlers of Catan and all of it's expansions? You may think you have seen Nerdvana, but there is a much better place.:-)

Wendy

hiLARious. I've never heard of neck beards, but of course, I know exactly what you're talking about.

Just Some "Folks from NoKes" (Proud N. Kensington 'snoburban' exiles)

"A computer programmer I know assures me that you cannot be taken seriously as a programmer unless you have [a neck beard]."
--snoburbia blogger lady

Hmmmmm. I'm surprised that any self-respecting techie would refer to himself/herself as a "computer programmer" nowadays.

That's waaaaaayyy retro, as in straight out of seventies/eighties Fortran/COBOL/assembly-language "hacker" lexicon.

"I'm a 'software engineer' or 'solutions architect,' hear me rawwwr!"

(Never *ever* an "IT specialist" -- bleccchhhhh.)

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