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  1. Wil Wheaton Talks About the Difference Between Nerds and Geeks (Spoiler Alert: There Isn’t One)

    This calls for dancing and capes!

    In an recent interview with GQ, nerd superstar and host of The Wil Wheaton Project Wil Wheaton (gee, I wonder where they got the name of his show from?) had some really excellent things to say about what it means to be a geek. Or a nerd. Whatever puts your starship into hyperdrive, I guess.

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  2. [UPDATED] GQ Says Olivia Wilde Is Too Hot To Play A Writer, She Responds Appropriately

    Better to be a smartass than a dumbass, in my book.

    Wilde had a succinct response to the idea that a woman who meets arbitrary and subjective standards of physical attractiveness wouldn't need or want to seek pursuits associated with intelligence or literacy.

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  3. Full Story Behind the Elvis Impersonator Accused of Trying to Assassinate Obama With Ricin Is the Craziest Thing You’ll Read Today

    The Presidential assassination attempt is one of the most normal things in this crazy story.

    There was no shortage of coverage when an envelope of ricin sent to President Obama was traced back to an Elvis impersonator, because that's pretty weird, but the full story is much, much weirder. Wells Tower tells the whole sordid tale of poison, conspiracy, organ harvesting, and Elvis impersonation in this month's GQ.

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  4. Marco Rubio Declines To Say How Old He Thinks The Earth Is — Declares He Is “Not A Scientist,” Proves He Is A Coward

    In a recent GQ interview, Marco Rubio was asked point blank how old he thinks the Earth is, only to respond that the answer to that question is "one of the great mysteries." Good news, Marco! We solved it -- the Earth is about four and a half billion years old. Don't thank us, thank the hard working men and women of the United States Geological Survey. Now, about the way you delicately skirted that question, as if creationist theories about the age of the Earth deserve the same time and attention as USGS estimates...yeah, we're gonna take issue with that.

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