Guide to dating a nerd
Maybe they spent every day of their childhood inside figuring things out and maybe that's benefitting you now? I read the comic stuff every day (the film stuff is not terribly interesting to me, usually, although they sometimes find small stories that I missed), and I have a kind of love/hate relationship with it.On Sunday, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg shared a post detailing his plans "to build a simple AI to run my home and help me with my work." Every year, Zuck explained, he likes to take on a personal challenge to learn and grow.(In the past, he's challenged himself to read two books every months, learn Mandarin, meet a new person every day, and so on.)Thousands of people liked and shared the post — and many weighed in with comments. Is there anything sexier than a dude who helps your team take home the Starbucks gift card at trivia night? You can both just do you, riding into the sunset on a unicorn (you know, the one they designed for a special game of D&D).
There’s a lot of cheap sensationalism that goes on (which works, admittedly.
Anyway, the column they ran is about dating advice for nerds.
It has a section by a girl nerd and a section by a boy nerd and it’s absolutely bizarre.
One comment in particular stands out the most, because Zuckerberg's response has racked up more than 20,000 likes."I keep telling my grand daughters to Date the nerd in school, he may turn out to be a Mark Zuckerberg!
Thanks for FB, I've reconnected with family and many old friends and classmates," Darlene Hackemer Loretto said.