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Show us your geek cred - a thread

You’re spending this month learning about our Head Geeks in our February Monthly Mission, but we’d like to learn what makes you geek out. Tell us a story about a project, aspirational dream, or just something you fan girl/boy over that shows us what type of geek you are.

TL;DR: tell us you’re a geek without telling us you’re a geek #TheTellMeChallenge.

To earn a chance to win the Arc Star Floating Speaker, answer the prompt above*. To be a good THWACKster, comment on and/or give kudos to your fellow geeks’ contributions.

*Maximum one entry per person. Terms & Conditions apply.

Mission Shortcut Terms & Conditions: US, UK, and Canada  | Germany  | Australia  

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  • It fascinates me about what things are made of and a challenge to take things apart see how they work, then put them back together in working order again. Especially all kinds of electronics.

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  • It fascinates me about what things are made of and a challenge to take things apart see how they work, then put them back together in working order again. Especially all kinds of electronics.

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