They were the kids who sat together in the high school cafeteria, dressed a little funny and laughed at jokes that none of the rest of the class quite understood. They were into Star Wars, Star Trek, roll-playing games and comic books. Really into it.
But now, being a geek has become more socially acceptable. Dare we say geek is now chic.
We speak with self-identified geeks Andrew Liptak, co-founder of the group Geek Mountain State, and writers Kristin Dearborn and Brian Staveley about what it’s like to live the geek life and where geeks hang out in Vermont.
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Listen at Noon tomorrow (December 22nd) or at 7:00pm.