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A tachyon pulse, inverse or not, is no match for the Death Star

I’ve known a few guys who thought they were pretty smart
But you’ve got being right down to an art
You think you’re a genius-you drive me up the wall
You’re a regular original, a know-it-all
Oh-oo-oh, you think you’re special
Oh-oo-oh, you think you’re something else

Okay, so you’re a rocket scientist
That don’t impress me much

 

Oh, Ms. Twain, how you’ve got much to learn.  To begin with, if it weren’t for rocket scientists then these guys would be right but since we have rocket scientists we needn’t worry.  Instead what you should be concerned about is how you’re going to seduce your next nerd.  “A nerd?” you exclaim.  Why would anyone want to date a nerd?  Let me tell you why Shania.       

See, us nerd types may spend a significant amount of our time quantifying and analyzing such silly things as the energy output of the super laser of the Death Star, but you have to consider:  the same energy spent calculating the Joules of some fictitious super laser, we put into everything else.  That’s right ladies- when you want some sweet lovin’, you’re looking at dedicated individuals who are all about tolerances, statistical analysis, ANOVA, six sigma quality control, physics, calculation, and the like.  In other words, nerds will rock your world when it comes to the bedroom.  Our dedication goes well beyond fictional spacecraft and polyhedral dice.  Does it impress you much that we can be dedicated lovers?

            And we’ll oscillate more than your domicile.  We don’t concern ourselves just with sexual prowess and your satisfaction; we’re quite applicable in a variety of realms.  Whether you need us to set up your computer, teach you physics, or be an emotional support – we’re handy. 

            We’re more than just nerds; we’re polymaths, Renaissance men.  We’ll study math, art, and if you give us the time of day – how to love you.

And now a counterpoint to my previous argument:  Tripod

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9 thoughts on “A tachyon pulse, inverse or not, is no match for the Death Star

  1. I have no problem with dating nerds and/or rocket scientists… obviously! 😉

  2. There are no available nerds in Eastgate.

  3. I love this speech.

  4. Anonymous on said:

    I’m marrying a rocket scientist!!! Hehe go me 🙂

  5. Anonymous on said:

    Fautro!

    Hmm…

    This makes me want to be a nerd :'(. I should learn more Physics.

    More Learnin’ for the pushin’? Too bad that doesn’t rhyme.

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