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Is the paleo community full of nerds?

Answered on September 12, 2014
Created April 19, 2010 at 5:04 PM

I ask mostly because I am one....and so is nearly everyone in the NYC Paleo meetup. The meetup is full of analysts, statisticians, computer programmers, and web developers. Maybe our love of numbers and science is why we are so obsessed with little details and science papers.

Are you are nerd paleo?

B90b8915b7e3d2a8ee760bb6918d53a7

(131)

on December 24, 2012
at 10:21 AM

I'm a nerd and proud of it!

5e63e3fa78e998736106a4a5b9aef58c

on June 22, 2012
at 07:14 PM

I laughed at this answer--then I saw who posted it and laughed even harder. Love it!

1edb06ded9ccf098a4517ca4a7a34ebc

(14932)

on June 14, 2012
at 04:54 PM

You might enjoy reading the book "Shop Class as Soul Craft," if you haven't already.

246ebf68e35743f62e5e187891b9cba0

(21415)

on June 14, 2012
at 03:19 PM

Your typo would be pretty funny to a person in the UK Warren. Look it up, if you dare.

77877f762c40637911396daa19b53094

(78437)

on June 14, 2012
at 03:00 PM

Is that copied from your profile on the Christian Minge site?

8508fec4bae4a580d1e1b807058fee8e

(6244)

on March 13, 2012
at 07:11 PM

LOL gilliebean - I guess asking that question that makes you nerd or the like??!!

0607529af9b78bb5b178f7ffabdc4693

(701)

on February 12, 2012
at 05:37 PM

Though I have eaten some.

Bdf98e5a57befa6f0877f978ba09871c

on February 04, 2012
at 09:10 PM

Yeah, I just laughed. Out loud. Damn near spilled my soup. I miss playing with fire....

96bf58d8c6bd492dc5b8ae46203fe247

(37227)

on February 04, 2012
at 09:08 PM

:-)) affirmative on the bloated gut.

7255a87872b75e6f691d84dca769b87e

on September 03, 2011
at 08:47 PM

Paintball with swords?! I guess the modern age with all its imperfections and snack cakes isn't so bad after all.

7255a87872b75e6f691d84dca769b87e

on September 03, 2011
at 08:38 PM

Smart, paleo, jocks are what nature intended. I don't think a meathead caveman who couldn't think logically about where his prey went would have lasted very long.

949d4d02ea7d1abd714cc3347c2c6854

(1021)

on June 23, 2011
at 11:39 PM

Welcome to the group! There are a lot of non-IT professionals here - for instance, I'm a chemical engineer!

949d4d02ea7d1abd714cc3347c2c6854

(1021)

on June 23, 2011
at 11:37 PM

It hasn't made me cool yet. I think that might be too much to ask.

949d4d02ea7d1abd714cc3347c2c6854

(1021)

on June 23, 2011
at 11:36 PM

Agreed. The CrossFit people have more technical knowledge about fitness and nutrition (on average) than any other group I've ever met.

949d4d02ea7d1abd714cc3347c2c6854

(1021)

on June 23, 2011
at 11:35 PM

Would it make you feel better to know that my husband an I made our own light-up Tron suits for Halloween last year?

949d4d02ea7d1abd714cc3347c2c6854

(1021)

on June 23, 2011
at 11:34 PM

Well said. And yes, I remember the movie. It makes me want to laugh and cry at the same time.

949d4d02ea7d1abd714cc3347c2c6854

(1021)

on June 23, 2011
at 11:28 PM

We've got a Meetup, but doesn't the fact that it's organized on a website qualify it as an "online community?" They do get together for picnics and barbeques, though!

E35d651e011b3ad72d22decf79537749

(143)

on May 05, 2011
at 12:57 AM

I reeeally hope your name is actually Cannonbear. Cause that's bad ass, even for a nerd.

B1fcaceba952861d0324bdb291edbbe0

(3159)

on May 04, 2011
at 09:09 PM

Haha, the theory prevails. XD ... with one subject ... perhaps I should perform a psychology experiment ... * rubs hands together *

77877f762c40637911396daa19b53094

(78437)

on May 04, 2011
at 08:03 PM

Judging by the upvotes, we are hella nerds :)

Fe29f6658ce67c1ecc4a22e960be7498

(2997)

on May 04, 2011
at 07:56 PM

I went and found a test for this (here: http://www.personalitytest.org.uk/) and, whaddyaknow, my dominant (by far) Trait is ... (wait for it) ... 'Openness to Experience' :-) If anyone cares the next one was "Agreeableness"

1da74185531d6d4c7182fb9ee417f97f

(10904)

on April 14, 2011
at 03:18 AM

Ditto, Melissa. I would love to host one D&D game without having to smell everyone elses's potato chips, mountain dew, and McDonald's bags while I silently munch on veggies, jerky, and stinky roquefurt cheese.

6481788df76f391ba2746d9f1ad1e8f1

(799)

on April 14, 2011
at 02:32 AM

I know, right? They are so weeiiiiiiiiirrrd.

902a7cd8f96bbc917a04e92b1f49dbd7

(787)

on April 06, 2011
at 03:44 PM

Since when is being a nerd a bad thing? Muscle and nerdiness have never been mutually exclusive, in my book :P

1ac8e976f84cb2566ecfbbcce1817351

(211)

on April 06, 2011
at 02:20 PM

There are Meetups, but none close to me =(

61b801de5dc345b557cd4623d4a4f26b

(2682)

on March 07, 2011
at 08:43 PM

I love Monty Python. 8)

61b801de5dc345b557cd4623d4a4f26b

(2682)

on March 07, 2011
at 08:40 PM

Ditto - I'm a technical communicator...is that nerdy?

60199d3a580a4e17969059609e48e678

(883)

on March 06, 2011
at 11:36 PM

girls can be nerds too! I know many 22 year old women (myself included) that are big time nerds, yet very beautiful and girly.

66721e0c00feafc6d86e67211182296a

(0)

on January 12, 2011
at 04:14 AM

hah! ;D tell that to this bunch.

95eda9fa0cec952b482e869c34a566b6

on January 11, 2011
at 07:43 PM

That site is, like, totally so 2008. :-p

7a1d67d93f254b982e0be4e54086cb4a

(415)

on January 05, 2011
at 01:20 AM

"Are you are nerd paleo?" WTF? "All your base are belong to us?" My answer: No, the 'paleo community' isn't fullof nerds...too many hot girls, ladies, damsels hanging around.

630c94db61d822a0855533fafbeb11bc

on January 04, 2011
at 11:43 PM

Is it telling that I immediately googled "Brent Pottenger" +Derrida? Regrettably, it lead back to this post. Oh Google, you and your simulacrum embodiment pranks are not funny sometimes. :)

B124653b19ee9dd438710a38954ed4a3

(1634)

on December 17, 2010
at 11:53 PM

Geek as charged.

Ecef210e24a493f64c76d9c5a4ae7c88

on November 03, 2010
at 10:10 PM

The underlying intellect of paleo speaks volumes about its validity.

D30ff86ad2c1f3b43b99aed213bcf461

on September 17, 2010
at 12:38 PM

lardlad.com/assets/quotes/season15/FABF12.shtml "I wouldst kill the children of one thousand planets just to see you smile. " - Comic Book Guy, in his Klingon wedding to Edna K.

D30ff86ad2c1f3b43b99aed213bcf461

on September 17, 2010
at 11:32 AM

http://www.lardlad.com/assets/quotes/season15/FABF12.shtml "I wouldst kill the children pod one thousand planets just to see you smile. " - Comic Book Guy, in his Klingon wedding to Edna K.

499f188c87c6980742b9ba98caa6f563

(683)

on September 05, 2010
at 10:38 PM

There's a lot of omega-3 in the fish-slapping dance.

499f188c87c6980742b9ba98caa6f563

(683)

on September 05, 2010
at 10:37 PM

Suzan, we gotta love the outliers!

A89f9751a97c3082802dc0bcbe4e9208

(13978)

on September 05, 2010
at 08:15 PM

Steph! Love that! :D

03f5a69fde4012b827ebdb6d93b71e7a

(2007)

on August 01, 2010
at 05:51 PM

Awesome. Our officiant presented us as "version 2.0" :)

424563ee2575f0620ea221badabb40d7

(272)

on July 08, 2010
at 04:37 AM

that's the first time I laughed out loud from this site

4b97e3bb2ee4a9588783f5d56d687da1

(22923)

on May 31, 2010
at 11:31 AM

To be fair, I'm a Data Analyst as my FT Job

A1a4882d31414600b2cab395a5b17161

(699)

on May 07, 2010
at 01:43 AM

Judging by the number of views this question has, I think there must be a lot of nerds checking it out, of the non-computer type. :)

9d43f6873107e17ca4d1a5055aa7a2ad

on May 03, 2010
at 04:45 PM

That's probably true. In NYC there is a whole parallel jock paleo community that I don't often cross paths with.

Fd35eb89073e3a758066b7fcaad63d7c

(796)

on May 03, 2010
at 04:06 AM

perhaps the nerd-types are extra-prevalent high because we are an online paleo community?

Fd35eb89073e3a758066b7fcaad63d7c

(796)

on May 03, 2010
at 03:55 AM

haha offline paleo community :)

A89f9751a97c3082802dc0bcbe4e9208

(13978)

on April 27, 2010
at 12:07 AM

My husband just sent me this: http://gizmodo.com/5524702/to-boldly-go-where-no-meat-has-gone-before

3f61ba25dff05b513c7769a22408169a

on April 22, 2010
at 05:22 PM

LOL, I carried a calculus book to Hawaii and a Physical Chemistry book to Paris. Didn't crack either book open when at those locations though, just carried them around.

3e88219ad76dbcdb3d96d2a0788b83a0

(155)

on April 21, 2010
at 03:31 AM

Wait! According to the above Venn Diagram, I am a geek. Oh, well.

A89f9751a97c3082802dc0bcbe4e9208

(13978)

on April 21, 2010
at 02:10 AM

PaleoNerd. Good name for a t-shirt brand. Especially since most people wearing them will be buff. It's ironic. ;)

64242a1130eb51f4852f78beed38b3d5

(1343)

on April 21, 2010
at 01:47 AM

Me too. You rock.

64242a1130eb51f4852f78beed38b3d5

(1343)

on April 20, 2010
at 08:00 PM

Yes. I'm a nerd.

Fa47fe5368e66325865f60a928609145

(961)

on April 20, 2010
at 05:39 PM

So true, don't we all love statistics and rating systems? :P

93f44e8673d3ea2294cce085ebc96e13

(10502)

on April 20, 2010
at 12:25 AM

Wow. That is un-fakeable geek street cred.

8e75344356f4a455185ee52da0b90bf2

on April 19, 2010
at 07:56 PM

Whoops, that was supposed to be "worked in IT for YEARS. 8 years to be exact. :)

A89f9751a97c3082802dc0bcbe4e9208

(13978)

on April 19, 2010
at 07:18 PM

I don't agree with that diagram. On what scientific research is it based? ;)

C76eced60ac16a6a95551cf2f319820f

(401)

on April 19, 2010
at 06:41 PM

being an 'IT professional' doesn't make you a nerd, it makes you a penis.

9d43f6873107e17ca4d1a5055aa7a2ad

on April 19, 2010
at 06:08 PM

Seems like paleo is mostly the smart set, wish I could get the nerds to be mostly paleo. I'm awfully tired of going to web devel conferences full of pizza and soda.

0242b468fe1c97997749db416c92e7ed

(4528)

on April 19, 2010
at 05:50 PM

Guilty as charged.

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36
A89f9751a97c3082802dc0bcbe4e9208

(13978)

on April 19, 2010
at 07:19 PM

I had Star Trek references in my wedding vows.

93f44e8673d3ea2294cce085ebc96e13

(10502)

on April 20, 2010
at 12:25 AM

Wow. That is un-fakeable geek street cred.

A89f9751a97c3082802dc0bcbe4e9208

(13978)

on April 27, 2010
at 12:07 AM

My husband just sent me this: http://gizmodo.com/5524702/to-boldly-go-where-no-meat-has-gone-before

03f5a69fde4012b827ebdb6d93b71e7a

(2007)

on August 01, 2010
at 05:51 PM

Awesome. Our officiant presented us as "version 2.0" :)

A89f9751a97c3082802dc0bcbe4e9208

(13978)

on September 05, 2010
at 08:15 PM

Steph! Love that! :D

D30ff86ad2c1f3b43b99aed213bcf461

on September 17, 2010
at 11:32 AM

http://www.lardlad.com/assets/quotes/season15/FABF12.shtml "I wouldst kill the children pod one thousand planets just to see you smile. " - Comic Book Guy, in his Klingon wedding to Edna K.

D30ff86ad2c1f3b43b99aed213bcf461

on September 17, 2010
at 12:38 PM

lardlad.com/assets/quotes/season15/FABF12.shtml "I wouldst kill the children of one thousand planets just to see you smile. " - Comic Book Guy, in his Klingon wedding to Edna K.

77877f762c40637911396daa19b53094

(78437)

on May 04, 2011
at 08:03 PM

Judging by the upvotes, we are hella nerds :)

19
08ce57b1bbb3bda8e384234389c36d94

on April 19, 2010
at 05:54 PM

I'm an IT professional, have a smokin hard body, low body fat percentage, eat paleo, and strength train.

If some stranger called me a nerd on the street (highly doubtful) I would not hesitate to show him my technical uppercut followed by a scientific right cross.

C76eced60ac16a6a95551cf2f319820f

(401)

on April 19, 2010
at 06:41 PM

being an 'IT professional' doesn't make you a nerd, it makes you a penis.

Ecef210e24a493f64c76d9c5a4ae7c88

on November 03, 2010
at 10:10 PM

The underlying intellect of paleo speaks volumes about its validity.

902a7cd8f96bbc917a04e92b1f49dbd7

(787)

on April 06, 2011
at 03:44 PM

Since when is being a nerd a bad thing? Muscle and nerdiness have never been mutually exclusive, in my book :P

E35d651e011b3ad72d22decf79537749

(143)

on May 05, 2011
at 12:57 AM

I reeeally hope your name is actually Cannonbear. Cause that's bad ass, even for a nerd.

16
90754eb77fa3835526151624ce6c4ea8

on April 21, 2010
at 12:21 AM

I'm more of a kook, myself.

I like to make big fires and I like to blow small shit up.

64242a1130eb51f4852f78beed38b3d5

(1343)

on April 21, 2010
at 01:47 AM

Me too. You rock.

424563ee2575f0620ea221badabb40d7

(272)

on July 08, 2010
at 04:37 AM

that's the first time I laughed out loud from this site

Bdf98e5a57befa6f0877f978ba09871c

on February 04, 2012
at 09:10 PM

Yeah, I just laughed. Out loud. Damn near spilled my soup. I miss playing with fire....

5e63e3fa78e998736106a4a5b9aef58c

on June 22, 2012
at 07:14 PM

I laughed at this answer--then I saw who posted it and laughed even harder. Love it!

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E32f021f822999d8e2057dbe6c07de4f

(190)

on September 16, 2010
at 08:45 PM

At least we're not furries.

6481788df76f391ba2746d9f1ad1e8f1

(799)

on April 14, 2011
at 02:32 AM

I know, right? They are so weeiiiiiiiiirrrd.

0607529af9b78bb5b178f7ffabdc4693

(701)

on February 12, 2012
at 05:37 PM

Though I have eaten some.

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56e8e22796618ea3b817d4aae19c6e33

(474)

on April 19, 2010
at 10:15 PM

You bet I am: libertarianism, economics, evolution, technology, and getting into programming.

Nerds are receptive because paleo is based on a simple evolutionary argument. So you have to be comfortable with trusting your life to an abstract theory (albeit an extremely well established one). Especially when all the "experts" are saying the opposite: it takes intellectual fortitude to trust reason over authority.

A89f9751a97c3082802dc0bcbe4e9208

(13978)

on April 19, 2010
at 07:18 PM

I don't agree with that diagram. On what scientific research is it based? ;)

8508fec4bae4a580d1e1b807058fee8e

(6244)

on March 13, 2012
at 07:11 PM

LOL gilliebean - I guess asking that question that makes you nerd or the like??!!

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89e238284ccb95b439edcff9e123671e

(10299)

on April 19, 2010
at 07:57 PM

Is the paleo community full of nerds?

YES!

And is this site not a place for the subculture of superpaleonerds? I have to say I love the rating system: the more points a member gets, the more a nerd he/she is. This makes it easy to notice the nerd, since body language is hidden on the internet...

;-)

Fa47fe5368e66325865f60a928609145

(961)

on April 20, 2010
at 05:39 PM

So true, don't we all love statistics and rating systems? :P

8
8564091e3cf82ea53843c0dbcf57857a

(990)

on April 20, 2010
at 07:41 PM

I have a Masters Degree in Nerdism.. I mean Computer Science :) Someone called me a nerd in grade 5 so I just went with it.

I sometimes wonder if there is a whole offline Paleo community that get together for picnics and BBQs that we don't know about.

Fd35eb89073e3a758066b7fcaad63d7c

(796)

on May 03, 2010
at 03:55 AM

haha offline paleo community :)

1ac8e976f84cb2566ecfbbcce1817351

(211)

on April 06, 2011
at 02:20 PM

There are Meetups, but none close to me =(

949d4d02ea7d1abd714cc3347c2c6854

(1021)

on June 23, 2011
at 11:28 PM

We've got a Meetup, but doesn't the fact that it's organized on a website qualify it as an "online community?" They do get together for picnics and barbeques, though!

8
0e2772604bdb3627525b42d77340538b

on April 19, 2010
at 05:10 PM

Yes. And since I have to have at least 15 characters in my reply, I will say Yes again.

7
0d2dec01a5ed9363a9915e111ae13f7e

on April 19, 2010
at 05:16 PM

I just own a little bike shop. I'm a retail/small biz guy. I did go to college in Electrical Engineering and Natural Science/Math, but have never been employed in any of that jazz. I really am only gaining the skills just now to read and analyze and use my PaleoSkeptic powers on various studies and reports of studies in the media. I'm certainly not a technical "nerd" (but I am a dork)

I rely on sites such as this, the writing of Eades, Taubes, Harris, Guynet (spelling), Peter @ Hyperlipid, DrBG, Dr T, Davis, etc etc. to help me navigate those rocky shoals of Conventional Wisdom and the Low Fat/Processed food agenda.

The PaleoNerds are my heroes, and I love that all this information is floating around for free and so accessible.

A89f9751a97c3082802dc0bcbe4e9208

(13978)

on April 21, 2010
at 02:10 AM

PaleoNerd. Good name for a t-shirt brand. Especially since most people wearing them will be buff. It's ironic. ;)

6
D15d6820ef1545edac65e975cc2d8949

on April 19, 2010
at 06:47 PM

Could it be that certain types of personalities tend to seek out new information, learning new trades and a general curiousity for life? How to improve themselves and/or the environment in which they live? Paleo easily falls into that.

And oh, I'm a programmer, of course. What else did you expect?

5
9e1dedf12f6ee75b7fe460960971fd21

(624)

on September 16, 2010
at 10:07 PM

Being paleo requires someone to be contrarian and polemically define themselves against 'conventional wisdom.' You have to have a slew of reasons to support your positions, you have to have some passion about it, and it has to be part of your identity. There is also an introspective element to it. To me, that is being a nerd.

5
4b97e3bb2ee4a9588783f5d56d687da1

on May 31, 2010
at 11:30 AM

I've found 2 camps

those of us that seek learning and found it on our own we tend to be the "nerd" because we have brains and seek knowledge on our own

Then there are those who are paleo/etc because they were told to. Less interested in science, they are merely following rules to get results I.e. Crossfit (not all crossfitters fit solely in type2)

personally I'm a nerd jock I love activities, Ultimate Frisbee, Biking, Hiking, Volleyball, Tennis, Belegarth(Paintball with swords) and so I focus even further on pinnacle of metabolic advantage I can get to help me in these sports, yet I found it because I love reading and learning about everything

Any real research about optimal health leads you straight to paleo

any desire to discuss with likeminded intelligent individuals leads you here.

4b97e3bb2ee4a9588783f5d56d687da1

(22923)

on May 31, 2010
at 11:31 AM

To be fair, I'm a Data Analyst as my FT Job

7255a87872b75e6f691d84dca769b87e

on September 03, 2011
at 08:47 PM

Paintball with swords?! I guess the modern age with all its imperfections and snack cakes isn't so bad after all.

4
B9cc28905ec54389c47cde031d709703

on June 23, 2011
at 04:18 PM

Here's something funny to think about. Nerds, typically don't get laid much. Paleo eating typically makes you more attractive to mates, better skin, leaner more muscular build, balanced sex hormones, etc. These things might just make you more susceptible to accidentally getting laid as long as you don't open your mouth. :)

Perhaps your innate biology is looking for new ways to successfully reproduce.

Remember biology doesn't always reward intelligence. Remember that movie Idiocracy?

949d4d02ea7d1abd714cc3347c2c6854

(1021)

on June 23, 2011
at 11:34 PM

Well said. And yes, I remember the movie. It makes me want to laugh and cry at the same time.

4
Be4b60059db3511771303de1613ecb67

(1137)

on April 20, 2010
at 01:30 PM

Not a Nerd, but I really like to read the thoughts of nerds and enjoy following a Paleo-style way of eating. I'm a fiction writer and a Christ follower. So much for stereotyping the Paleo community, lol. :-)

499f188c87c6980742b9ba98caa6f563

(683)

on September 05, 2010
at 10:37 PM

Suzan, we gotta love the outliers!

4
8347d512bca9b034d53da40dab8cd21c

on April 19, 2010
at 05:20 PM

Maybe it's just having a good brain that makes you so receptive to Paleo.

Full disclosure: although I'm a chef now, I was in IT/Tech Support/Web Design for a few years leading up to my career change...

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B1fcaceba952861d0324bdb291edbbe0

(3159)

on March 19, 2011
at 08:22 PM

I'm a nerd and proud of it.

However, the term that might better fit the paleo adherents is 'openness to experience'. In psychology, there is a scale commonly referred to as 'The Big 5' which measures: Extraversion, Neuroticism, Conscientiousness, Agreeableness, and Openness to Experience. The latter being defined as:

"Openness is a general appreciation for art, emotion, adventure, unusual ideas, imagination, curiosity, and variety of experience. The trait distinguishes imaginative people from down-to-earth, conventional people. People who are open to experience are intellectually curious, appreciative of art, and sensitive to beauty. They tend to be, compared to closed people, more creative and more aware of their feelings. They are more likely to hold unconventional beliefs.

People with low scores on openness tend to have more conventional, traditional interests. They prefer the plain, straightforward, and obvious over the complex, ambiguous, and subtle. They may regard the arts and sciences with suspicion or even view these endeavors as uninteresting." Source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Big_Five_personality_traits#Openness_to_experience

It's also been correlated with intelligence, characteristics of geeks, nerds, and eccentrics, unless I'm mistaken.

Fe29f6658ce67c1ecc4a22e960be7498

(2997)

on May 04, 2011
at 07:56 PM

I went and found a test for this (here: http://www.personalitytest.org.uk/) and, whaddyaknow, my dominant (by far) Trait is ... (wait for it) ... 'Openness to Experience' :-) If anyone cares the next one was "Agreeableness"

B1fcaceba952861d0324bdb291edbbe0

(3159)

on May 04, 2011
at 09:09 PM

Haha, the theory prevails. XD ... with one subject ... perhaps I should perform a psychology experiment ... * rubs hands together *

3
7e746be2f0e550a8cd7df881322ae705

on January 10, 2011
at 12:00 AM

I look through this question every time it comes up, but never reply. I am NOT a nerd or a geek or any of those things. I am not really an analytical thinker. I hate math. I have a horrible, boring, repetitive office job. I did not finish a college degree. What I like is COMMON SENSE and I feel like that, I do have a lot of. I tried Paleo for 30 days, it worked, I felt great. I am going to continue to do it.

I think there are more of us out there, than are represented at Paleo Hacks. This is just a very cerebral message board. I love it though and I'm glad I found it.

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F61a34e084b6e8c3e5b68ecab7a3f6d6

(110)

on April 21, 2010
at 04:13 AM

I'm the nerd who you would see on the street and have no idea I was one of your kind. I'm also a contrarian and always have been, so going against the conventional wisdom is second nature. I also derive joy from challenging my "granola" parents on food-related topics. They love and hate my new diet simultaneously, but they have to be glad that I'm no longer living off of Taco Bell.

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97af1caf30f029165abc783a20349c9f

(510)

on April 20, 2010
at 01:56 PM

DoubleNerd. Asperger??s brain works only in science mode. Job is in a laboratory. Most comments here are great!

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0bc6cbb653cdc5e82400f6da920f11eb

(19230)

on April 19, 2010
at 08:35 PM

Biology/science geek :)

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Medium avatar

(5136)

on May 04, 2011
at 07:04 PM

I read OMNI magazine as a little girl.

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C2ad96801ec1e22d2bf62475b6e52751

(1416)

on April 06, 2011
at 02:34 PM

Nerd and proud of it. Besides, look at the alternatives: apathy? psychobabble about finding "balanced," "centered" meals? Pass.

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77ecc37f89dbe8f783179323916bd8e6

(5002)

on January 11, 2011
at 08:26 PM

Oh brother! BA in philosophy. 2 MAs in the social sciences. Working on a PhD in poli sci at the center of the nerd/dork universe: U Chicago. Do stats with R. Downloaded Taubes and Sisson from torrents. Lastly, huge glasses.

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A480640a53eb5dc8966f49141942f705

on May 07, 2010
at 11:00 AM

a paleo athlete: someone who geeks out about being a jock.

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44be9eea42c3b4df3874accb37a5360a

(20)

on May 06, 2010
at 11:50 AM

I think my hypervigilance towards lifestyle, curiousity and healthy skepticism led me to believe in the ways of the caveman. If that makes me a nerd, so be it. It's also pretty rewarding to be involved in an intelligent community that focusses on scientific research and daily practice rather than opinion, emotion and bs. There's appears to be an intellectual threshold that will bar anyone inherently disinterested enough to question conventional wisdom in matters of health, nutrition and fitness from researching and committing to such a controversial way of life.

B90b8915b7e3d2a8ee760bb6918d53a7

(131)

on December 24, 2012
at 10:21 AM

I'm a nerd and proud of it!

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4a87fe39c57ced4cbc12208f87dfd5d3

(20)

on April 29, 2010
at 08:01 PM

I am a data geek for sure - analyzing data is my day job.

It takes an analytic personality type to crunch through everything we have to - just to have enough ammo in the tank to say, when asked by a family member or someone at the grocery store, "Aren't you afraid of __???" and we can say, "no, I love arterycloggingsaturatedfats, now please pass the bacon."

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3e88219ad76dbcdb3d96d2a0788b83a0

(155)

on April 21, 2010
at 03:29 AM

I had no idea how many geeks, nerds and techies were in the paleo community. I'm just the average woman who loves good food and good health. And, in my mid-50s, would look pretty good in a tight paleo shirt!

3e88219ad76dbcdb3d96d2a0788b83a0

(155)

on April 21, 2010
at 03:31 AM

Wait! According to the above Venn Diagram, I am a geek. Oh, well.

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E35e3d76547b18096a59c90029e7e107

(15603)

on April 20, 2010
at 07:54 PM

Analytic philosopher, so not over-turning any stereotypes here...

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6eb2812b40855ba64508cbf2dc48f1b6

(2119)

on April 19, 2010
at 10:26 PM

I've been writin' computer code since 1996, so yeah, definitely.

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on April 19, 2010
at 06:43 PM

Yup! Guilty. Nerd. IT professional. San Diego Comic Con attendee with a new-found love for liver. :P

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Ce0b5fd94b1034e96cf710b6f138c29d

on April 19, 2010
at 06:33 PM

I'm not a techie, but I do work for a tech company...

61b801de5dc345b557cd4623d4a4f26b

(2682)

on March 07, 2011
at 08:40 PM

Ditto - I'm a technical communicator...is that nerdy?

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8e75344356f4a455185ee52da0b90bf2

on April 19, 2010
at 06:15 PM

raises hand

Paleo Geek here.

I'm a heavy reader, artist, and tinkerer. I've been a hard core comic book fan and sci-fi freak for 40 years. My comic books / toys / props / statues have their own room.

I also worked for year in IT before I stopped working for 'the man' and went into graphic design.

I've been Paleo for over 2 years and I'm not quite buff yet, but I do look killer in my Punisher t-shirt. ;)

8e75344356f4a455185ee52da0b90bf2

on April 19, 2010
at 07:56 PM

Whoops, that was supposed to be "worked in IT for YEARS. 8 years to be exact. :)

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A727956fa3f943057c4edb08ad9e864e

on April 19, 2010
at 05:12 PM

I used to work in IT, so yes :)

I think there's a lot of people on here that like to read up on science so I'd say I'm not the only one!

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246ebf68e35743f62e5e187891b9cba0

(21415)

on June 14, 2012
at 01:34 AM

Professional hacker. Former nationally-ranked strongman. Total social pariah at times. Lover of fringe fashion choices (kilts). Attempts to DIY/Handcraft anything needed, which inadvertently leads to a room of failed junked crafts. Longs for a simpler, less complicated "off the grid" life while simultaneously contemplating how life can be improved with more technology. Obsessed with anthropology and early civilized history.

I'm not a nerd. I'm the nerd.

1edb06ded9ccf098a4517ca4a7a34ebc

(14932)

on June 14, 2012
at 04:54 PM

You might enjoy reading the book "Shop Class as Soul Craft," if you haven't already.

246ebf68e35743f62e5e187891b9cba0

(21415)

on June 14, 2012
at 03:19 PM

Your typo would be pretty funny to a person in the UK Warren. Look it up, if you dare.

77877f762c40637911396daa19b53094

(78437)

on June 14, 2012
at 03:00 PM

Is that copied from your profile on the Christian Minge site?

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A9060c656599eafcebf4b6759b3959bb

on June 13, 2012
at 06:05 PM

My husband and I met in real analysis (math) class. We are both paleo.

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46c9fbd45b82453f6a2dfe614a853314

on June 13, 2012
at 05:45 PM

I consider myself a bad-a$$ nerd. Civil Engineer/Harley rider...

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on February 04, 2012
at 09:02 PM

I'm a scientist, heavily involved in mathematics and engineering. Theoretical work (simulations) and analytical thinking are part of my life. Only lately I found out I am gluten intolerant, then I turned to Paleo due to fatigue after consumption of gluten free high carb stuff. A second life has started - almost new born.

I need to make you aware of Ashkenazi Jews, which have a high prevalence in gluten intolerance. They usually are quite intelligent, but are considered as nerds.

nerdy Jews http://www.jewlicious.com/2009/04/la-times-jewish-ashkenazi-genetic-mutations-created-super-human-race-of-rich-nerds/

Gluten http://www.ou.org/shabbat_shalom/article/affliction_from_within_celiac_disease_in_the_jewish_community

There seems to be something about gluten intolerance, IQ and genetic disorder, however, I cant resolve this one, though an interesting field of research.

After all, the Paleo approach requires a certain IQ in order to dive into nasty endocrine discussion, it requires a critical mind to question traditions and it may need a personal history of a bloated gut.

Informative site, btw.,

regards

96bf58d8c6bd492dc5b8ae46203fe247

(37227)

on February 04, 2012
at 09:08 PM

:-)) affirmative on the bloated gut.

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6229cd9a7ca9882590259fae022e2647

(3209)

on September 16, 2011
at 02:50 PM

I am an IT Director at my company. Very much a nerd.

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226b10cbb6b1d3530b00d2d84a2dc86e

(3313)

on June 25, 2011
at 12:14 AM

Brainy is SEXY!!!

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1bd4ea62097aa99c8cbef8aa5d02db77

on June 24, 2011
at 10:08 PM

Giant girly nerd, reporting in!

There seems to be a focus in paleo about explaining/understanding the science, possibly as a side effect of being dismissed as a "silly fad to try to act like a caveman".
The science does tend to attract a lot of nerds, because instead of some random guy saying "eat this, it'll make you thin", it's people saying "eat this, it'll make you healthy and look good and here's how and why". I like knowing why things work, and why I'm doing something.

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696079a860ef54810406ae25e4650863

on June 23, 2011
at 05:23 PM

Guilty!

Nutrition, biochemistry, and (epi)genetics are currently my main interests, but I used to be in high level tech support troubleshooting graphics software, commercial RIPS, and the networking and repair of 15 to 30 foot wide printers... Fun, but not a very Paleo job.

I like being a ranger and working on my nutrition degree more. I still get to geek out, just about my own health, longevity and performance. And hike- LOTS of hiking. :)

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F3176aa8463fe7f416f4da0d04974c1d

(1392)

on June 19, 2011
at 01:14 AM

I'm a life-long musical theatre/drama and Classical music nerd and a hardcore linguistics nerd (currently a ling major at UPenn... super nerdy...). I also make literature references a LOT and enjoy the daily crossword puzzles...
I'm a nerd and loving it, though!

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on June 18, 2011
at 10:08 AM

Old thread buy anyway... I was as a starter on the varsity squad of every sport my highschool had; basketball, football, track & field. Buuut... I was also captain of my Knowledge Bowl team and since HS I've enjoyed reading books on evolution and anthropology for fun (that was before I ever heard about Paleo).

7255a87872b75e6f691d84dca769b87e

on September 03, 2011
at 08:38 PM

Smart, paleo, jocks are what nature intended. I don't think a meathead caveman who couldn't think logically about where his prey went would have lasted very long.

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Fe29f6658ce67c1ecc4a22e960be7498

(2997)

on May 04, 2011
at 06:37 PM

Absolutely! For me a "diet" is impossible to follow unless it makes rational and beautiful sense. I need to know that the steps involved are parts of a meaningful whole. If there is a core set of ideas, then I don't need recipe book after recipe book because I can create my own diet from core principles.

How nerdy can one get?

Btw, I see the problem of not being concerned about core principles in my wife. She likes the result (I've lost almost 30 lbs), but has a 'critique' for most aspects of my eating changes ("all that saturated fat - it HAS to be bad for your heart!"). She isn't interested in the principles but wants to know "how many carbs does a slice of bread have?" That kind of thinking is what Weight Watchers, Jenny Craig, Nutrisystem - any restrictive based diets - are based on: you count the total of Bad Things and try but ultimately fail to limit them.

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61b801de5dc345b557cd4623d4a4f26b

(2682)

on March 07, 2011
at 08:54 PM

Not sure what my label would be, but I like to get to the bottom of things and figure out how they're supposed to work. Not things like physical objects...more like non-tangibles like health or English grammar...

And math and I do NOT get along...is that a requirement for nerdiness? 8)

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5edbf85deaf83e13b176df023abb154d

on March 07, 2011
at 08:50 PM

NERDS!!!!

  • Ogre from "Revenge of the Nerds"

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60199d3a580a4e17969059609e48e678

on March 06, 2011
at 11:34 PM

I am a medical nerd, herbal remedies, human anatomy, human pathology etc... I am an extensive collection of skulls. Its a passion :p so yes, very nerdy over this way!

1
95eda9fa0cec952b482e869c34a566b6

on January 09, 2011
at 11:33 PM

I'm working on my PhD in applied math, so yes, I'm a nerd and I've never followed the herd!

1
5e36f73c3f95eb4ea13a009f4936449f

(8280)

on January 04, 2011
at 09:43 PM

My suspicion is that it's not necessarily geeks/nerds but rather logical/analytical thinkers as well as those that like digging back to root causes. While those types are represented more by the geekier/nerdier types, it not true across the spectrum of people.

1
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on January 04, 2011
at 07:59 PM

I would say it's full of skeptics and tinkers.

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Ddb0e3a41f15d69d30677339ccf9c7b6

(513)

on September 16, 2010
at 08:47 PM

Old post, but since I just joined, I felt the need to respond to this.

My friend and I who just started the paleo diet about a month ago are IT's and huge video game nerds.

My level of nerd goes much deeper, but I'll just leave it at that. >.>

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C90eecdd76cf57a387095fa49de23807

(960)

on September 05, 2010
at 11:53 AM

First, YES. Duh.

Second, I'd like to throw out two more ideas about nerds in paleo.

1) I think we're a very internet-based movement (or at least it looks that way from my monitor!), which may account for the high percentage of nerd/computer oriented folk. Perhaps, too, the availability of information on the internet and ease with which we've been able to share it was a big contributor to (the beginnings of the) end of the Anti-Fat Monopoly.

2) The paleo diet and way-of-life requires an understanding of basic human history and science. And it requires an investment of mental energy. And maybe time, too, if we're going hiking and playing sports on the weekends and all of that. And this is why (I think), contrary to, say, weight watchers, the paleo movement generally floats in more highly educated circles.

Anyway. Woo!

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6b61d8a45ce6a9741cff86b59b21f825

(40)

on May 06, 2010
at 11:31 PM

The only paleo people I know are CrossFitters, they kind of straddle a no mans land between jjockdom and nerdom.

949d4d02ea7d1abd714cc3347c2c6854

(1021)

on June 23, 2011
at 11:36 PM

Agreed. The CrossFit people have more technical knowledge about fitness and nutrition (on average) than any other group I've ever met.

1
9f990e19ed2b5730278e33695df188e3

(149)

on April 29, 2010
at 06:38 PM

Yes it's true! While I'm not currently working in the field I did get a degree in Cisco networking and web development. Unfortunately I just can't seem to get as excited about programming as I am about nutrition.

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F82f7d4dafb6d0ffc4c2ee2a85420786

(484)

on April 29, 2010
at 12:59 AM

I am a nerd, but an English-lit kind of nerd. And you might not know at first that I am - because I work in PR, wear make-up and spend lots on clothes. I have recently rediscovered that I am actually ok at science - after giving up on chemistry in high-school (too much maths). In any case, I am coping well with reading Good Calories, Bad Calories. And I love that the internet allows you to find people who obsess over this stuff - cos most people I know think I am slightly unbalanced about it. But hey, they all have a lot more bodyfat than me, so who's right? ;-)

1
0fd24d837dbad54740f53cc5f72068a0

(285)

on April 21, 2010
at 05:02 PM

What does it make me that I carried a 10 lbs. Oxford English-Spanish dictionary in my backpack for 5 years even though I had left the U after year two and the last three were abroad on vacation? I like me some learnin' and tend to be on the obsessed side. So according to the graph, I'm probably a true geek, with nerd tendencies. THE NERDS SHALL INHERIT THE EARTH.

3f61ba25dff05b513c7769a22408169a

on April 22, 2010
at 05:22 PM

LOL, I carried a calculus book to Hawaii and a Physical Chemistry book to Paris. Didn't crack either book open when at those locations though, just carried them around.

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B00fb3a3a8f29b381a0c3b606bcc4765

(270)

on April 21, 2010
at 01:14 AM

I think I'm a nerd wanna-be. (Isn't that pathetic!) I try, but I was schooled in an age when girls weren't expected to really thrive in math or science.

I tend not to understand why half a percent is statistically significant in one place, while several percentage points are not statistically significant in other places. I felt pretty inadequate when reading Good Calories, Bad Calories. (But I read the whole thing.)

I also tend to not quite get the Star Wars or Dr. Who quotes right. (But I do fairly well with Monty Python. :-)

499f188c87c6980742b9ba98caa6f563

(683)

on September 05, 2010
at 10:38 PM

There's a lot of omega-3 in the fish-slapping dance.

61b801de5dc345b557cd4623d4a4f26b

(2682)

on March 07, 2011
at 08:43 PM

I love Monty Python. 8)

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78ecfc8268ec58cdc189301f4b071088

(1665)

on April 19, 2010
at 11:36 PM

I can quote Hamlet line by line from memory. I guess that makes me a total nerd - of the literary variety. (Yes, Brent Pottenger, if you're reading this, there are some random paleo people on the Internet who get an appreciate your Derrida/bricolage and all those random litcrit embedded allusions you include everywhere;)

630c94db61d822a0855533fafbeb11bc

on January 04, 2011
at 11:43 PM

Is it telling that I immediately googled "Brent Pottenger" +Derrida? Regrettably, it lead back to this post. Oh Google, you and your simulacrum embodiment pranks are not funny sometimes. :)

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26b7615ef542394102785a67a2786867

on December 24, 2012
at 02:26 PM

I've always thought of myself as pretty 'nerdy' although I don't have the education or career to prove it. I'm just of above-average intelligence, really like learning, and have specific interests in science and in living a healthy long life, is all.

0
4124310384f9fa37a995730ca70d47de

on December 24, 2012
at 12:20 PM

Oh yes, big time nerd. Registered Nurse, along with computer programmer doing large-scale servers, and video game architectures (MMO). Mostly C, C++, and assembly language. I also love to reverse engineer, and figure out how things work.

I find Paleo so simple, and beautiful, I also believe in God, and Adam and Eve would have eaten like this. So why cant I?

0
B90b8915b7e3d2a8ee760bb6918d53a7

on December 24, 2012
at 10:28 AM

I'm a nerd and proud of it!

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A048b66e08306d405986b6c04bf5e8e4

on December 24, 2012
at 05:09 AM

Hmmm...Let's see...I am/was paleo (not so strict now as I was when I was training for my most recent 5k), I love fantasy genre, power metal, heavy metal in general, Lord of the Rings, Final Fantasy, Monty Python, Greek mythology, Norse mythology, anime, Harry Potter, Dragonlance, Doctor Who, Nyancat, Star Trek, the Avengers, Cthulhu Mythos...must be a Paleo nerd! But i have loads of nerd friends who are not paleo (but I think should jump on the paleo wagon if they don't want to fall victm to the evil forces of the SAD diet because everybody knows that chronic illnesses related to the SAD diet are assassins that do not live by a creed in which the first tenet is to never harm an innocent)

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A7e67ce8d8ff86449913488199b4ac11

on June 22, 2012
at 03:40 PM

I love old school viedo games, Transformers (not the Michal Bay movies), Ninja Turtles, Comics, and I'm an Electrical Engineering Student...do I qualify?

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A15af22bd729ec030e8f47d1189b6eaf

(774)

on December 25, 2011
at 06:49 AM

We don't take shit/broscience/crapvertising, that's for sure.

0
5ef574d7893bc816ec52e04139e9bc09

(6097)

on October 20, 2011
at 01:22 AM

No, I'm really cool

0
7255a87872b75e6f691d84dca769b87e

on September 03, 2011
at 08:18 PM

I'm going into a pre-medical program attempting to double major in biology and anthropology. I'm pretty nerdy about the natural sciences, though I probably will never understand this thing you call "programming"....I like to learn about biology so I can improve my fitness, so I believe I am a jock-nerd, though I feel like there must be a word with a better ring to it (I'm a bit of a literature nerd as well).

I think the paleo community tends to be logical thinkers, nerdy people, because we actually use our brains to figure proper nutrition and lifestyle.... unlike a nutritionist I know who thinks orzo is rice.

0
77877f762c40637911396daa19b53094

(78437)

on June 23, 2011
at 05:33 PM

No! I'm the opposite of a nerd. However, there do seem to be a lot of nerds here. I'm a person who trusts instict and feel. I was before paleo, and am even more instictual because of paleo.

0
306aa57660d911781231f8090c2a5619

(3808)

on June 23, 2011
at 04:07 PM

Everyone I know doing Paleo (self included) is either an IT professional, a former IT professional, or married to an IT professional.

Of course, most people I know doing Paleo are part of a single social circle of geeks who "caught" it from eachother, so that isn't exactly an unbiased sampling .

949d4d02ea7d1abd714cc3347c2c6854

(1021)

on June 23, 2011
at 11:39 PM

Welcome to the group! There are a lot of non-IT professionals here - for instance, I'm a chemical engineer!

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5d53fa7d41e188420c8ad8330ad9407f

on June 22, 2011
at 11:39 PM

not sure just joined !!

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Fe198e0c02edd407cdf8c83c0fceaea1

(753)

on June 18, 2011
at 10:51 AM

nope, not a nerd. Artist/occultist, here. But yeah seems like mostly nerds. haha, no offense, I guess I could be a nerd, too.

0
535633b57c4a4940d1e913e7a12ee791

(1013)

on April 14, 2011
at 12:06 AM

I keep coming back to this post. Just how much of a nerd am I? And does it matter?

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535633b57c4a4940d1e913e7a12ee791

(1013)

on April 13, 2011
at 04:45 PM

YES *Being a nerd is great!*

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C074eec3b3c0325ef3018a128111823a

(1012)

on April 06, 2011
at 12:10 PM

No. It is not full, there's room for more people.

No. There are still people here who are not yet converted, but we're working on it.

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04d349013cb04a6144d8ac3977a7b1d1

(190)

on March 06, 2011
at 10:44 PM

It is strange I find myself amungst so many nerds! I am hear to make myself well and am doing a damn good job of it thanks to My Paleo Nerd Friends in Cyberspace!

No I am not a nerd but an 47 yo, self employed, old school biker. Grew up on the streets, had my first child at 16, got my GED and made my own way. The only welfare I ever received was for the 6 months I was sick and needed surgery & recovery and couldn't work.

Reading got me here!

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E2fc67d5adf8e2302cfc1d15bca639d3

on January 11, 2011
at 01:57 AM

I'm a 22 year old girl, not a nerd.

60199d3a580a4e17969059609e48e678

(883)

on March 06, 2011
at 11:36 PM

girls can be nerds too! I know many 22 year old women (myself included) that are big time nerds, yet very beautiful and girly.

0
D30ff86ad2c1f3b43b99aed213bcf461

on January 10, 2011
at 10:55 PM

Present and accounted for.

0
66721e0c00feafc6d86e67211182296a

(0)

on January 10, 2011
at 09:33 PM

maybe not nerds, but definitely filled to the brim with SWPLs.

66721e0c00feafc6d86e67211182296a

(0)

on January 12, 2011
at 04:14 AM

hah! ;D tell that to this bunch.

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on January 11, 2011
at 07:43 PM

That site is, like, totally so 2008. :-p

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C0fcb48d7da4f76fac17318efd2cd6b8

on January 04, 2011
at 07:55 PM

"Hi my name is Looska and I'm a geek."
"Hi, Looska!"

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Ac1e55cf06c2180f4008ff01953d10dd

on December 17, 2010
at 05:38 AM

Yes that is exactly right

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0e4e5882872d6a7c472ea51aec457e66

(1994)

on September 19, 2010
at 11:29 AM

After I had put away my girls books at the age of 12, I prefered to read the Perry Rhodan and other SF books of my father ... I started to work at the age of 22 computers and now I have already had my 25th user anniversary. Except for a little Basic, Turbo Pascal or Excel macros, I have no idea about programming, but new software for my PC is always a feast for me.

For 15 years I am now mother and I live in the country, like to cook and am interested in health topics. My SF and fantasy books fill half a room ...

What am I now?

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6dbc1629e32b9feabdbab548e92e2d97

on September 18, 2010
at 04:57 AM

Definitely a big nerd/geek here. I work as a software developer, and am a big fan of Star Trek, Battlestar Galactica, etc.

0
A8d95f3744a7a0885894ee0731c9744c

(3761)

on September 16, 2010
at 09:02 PM

Yep. I'm an accountant, I love video games, and comic books. CrossFit makes me cool.

949d4d02ea7d1abd714cc3347c2c6854

(1021)

on June 23, 2011
at 11:37 PM

It hasn't made me cool yet. I think that might be too much to ask.

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9a31a49fb83bfe06863ef6d6d05f73fc

on May 31, 2010
at 06:11 AM

Definitely a giant nerd here. I think, so far, the internet is the best exposure to the paleo way so people who don't sit in front of a computer a lot or know how to search for information on the internet(it's harder than you might think for non-techies) don't really get enough/any exposure.

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B3c0950cd33bf7689ca0b98e5f2b6cdc

(588)

on May 30, 2010
at 11:02 PM

Paleo seems to attracts people who are looking for salvation in the body.

0
27823dfdae823c2e1a16f567bf1016f2

(85)

on May 30, 2010
at 05:24 PM

interesting - i'm a web developer with a biology degree: i'm definitely on the nerd/geek continuum!

0
8d84e4580941cad887889de3de56c604

(35)

on May 04, 2010
at 09:25 PM

I'm a computer programmer, and consider myself quite a nerd.

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(699)

on April 29, 2010
at 10:46 PM

I was formerly a medic in the military and now I am an artist. I wouldn't call myself a nerd but I definitely am contrary to the norm.

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on April 29, 2010
at 04:07 AM

Nope- I'm not a nerd, but I am weird...leaning more along the lines of a girl version of Richard Nikoley I believe, because I can cuss too.

I am just a practical, logical person who possibly should have become a nerd but became a hobby-farming mommy instead.

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on April 29, 2010
at 04:00 AM

I am a software engineer student, so I would have to add myself to the list. :)

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on April 22, 2010
at 01:17 AM

i am dumd, so no.

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on April 21, 2010
at 01:29 PM

If I am lusting over the upcoming Tron release and I am stoked that Disney wrapped a monorail in Tron Lightcycle imagery what am I? BS in Chemistry, MBA in International Business but I am an Internal Auditor who is a certified IS auditor. Big time sports enthusiast. I think I might classify as a spazz?

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on June 23, 2011
at 11:35 PM

Would it make you feel better to know that my husband an I made our own light-up Tron suits for Halloween last year?

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