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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.

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  • I enjoy movies.  Finding various meanings, foreshadowing, trying to solve the movie before they end, etc.  For this reason, I really enjoy Christopher Nolan movies.  He tends to add things to the movies that either cross-reference other movies, or he'll add clues into a move that you might completely miss and still enjoy the movie.  This type of detail allows for re-watch-ability of the individual movie or an entire franchise.

    For example, did you know that in Episode 3, Revenge of the Sith, there were many minor details that aren't easily noticeable.  Things like, you could see the Millennium Falcon in one scene, or that George Lucas made an appearance. 

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  • I enjoy movies.  Finding various meanings, foreshadowing, trying to solve the movie before they end, etc.  For this reason, I really enjoy Christopher Nolan movies.  He tends to add things to the movies that either cross-reference other movies, or he'll add clues into a move that you might completely miss and still enjoy the movie.  This type of detail allows for re-watch-ability of the individual movie or an entire franchise.

    For example, did you know that in Episode 3, Revenge of the Sith, there were many minor details that aren't easily noticeable.  Things like, you could see the Millennium Falcon in one scene, or that George Lucas made an appearance. 

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