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Instead, Smith presents a guide for putting your best geek forward, conveyed in a way that any self-proclaimed or incidental geek can understand.
In fact, it’s so spot-on and utterly enjoyable that I think it should be up there with Please don’t take that to mean that I think this book is brilliant, revolutionary, and/or mindblowing-ly imaginative. And of course it’s non-fiction, which already makes it a strange and unfair comparison to those aforementioned tomes.Here are eight reasons to always give the geeky girl a chance.Of all the random sh*t geeky girls might obsess over (long algebraic equations, anime flicks, “Go T” memes), their personal appearance is never at the forefront of that her to get ready before dates and such.Anyone who's seen the movie “She's All That” or has watched the first season of “Freaks and Geeks” (and wondered why it got canceled) could tell you the benefits of dating a “nerdy” girl.Sure, these types of girls are – they might be quirky – but they also bring a certain set of traits to the table you wouldn't be able to find elsewhere (and I'm not solely referring to rare collectibles either).What I mean is that the realms of science fiction and fantasy have a philosophical history of humanism, of treating people justly and right, and of individuals rising up to challenge the perceived injustices of their kingdom/galaxy/whatever.