"1. What is your name?Stephani D2. How old are you?18 3. How long have you been a part of the Nerdfighters?
I don't remember... 4. How were you introduced to Nerdfighteria?
John and Hank's vlogs 5. How do you participate in…"
"1. What is your name? Alex W
2. How old are you? 16
3. How long have you been a part of the Nerdfighters? about 5 months I think
4. How were you introduced to Nerdfighteria? I was introduced to charlieissocoollike's song blink and then when a…"
"1. Alex Robertson
3. july 2008
4. brother showed me a video, a firend showed me another one, which led to me watching all the videos in under 3 days
5. youtube comments, sparodic ning activity, looking forward to making the trip to vidcon this…"
"1. What is your name? Jessica A
2. How old are you? 20
3. How long have you been a part of the Nerdfighters? Since June, 2010
4. How were you introduced to Nerdfighteria? From Julia Nunes, another youtube star.
5. How do you participate in…"
Hey! So, my name is Cassie. I'm a fifth year college senior, and I'm currently enrolled in an Internet Communities class, and for our final project, we have to research an Internet Community that interests us, and I picked Nerdfighteria!If you could take just a few minutes and answer the questions below, that would be such a great help to me! I'm talking specifically about Nerdfighteria's global impact, and all the ways we help decrease worldsuck, and I'm also hoping I can help a few people in…See More
Witty Banter Nerdfighter (Plus a little bit of everything else!)
In reality, I am a "Name Something Nerdy and it Probably Applies" Nerdfighter.
I'm a senior youth theatre directing major at BGSU in Ohio, USA. I want to work with kids in theatre, teaching and directing somwhere on the west coast, like Oregon/Washington area. I also write, a lot, and hope to eventually some day come up with something good enough to publish.
Other nerdly pursuits involve being
a Wingnut (the Aaron Sorkin seasons (1-4) are my favorites)
a Trekkie (Voyager is my favorite)
a band geek (I play the French Horn pretty well, the recorder passably, and the piano pretty badly indeed),
a drama dork (both theatre and musical theatre, thank you very much!),
a choir nerd (Yay for bizarrely androgenous females (which means alto II, if anyone was wondering)!),
a fantasy/sci-fi fan and Harry Potter fanatic (this last mainly includes late night debates on the series with my "housemates" and reading and writing mass quantities of fanfiction).
I have also been dubbed (affectionately, I'm sure) "Grammar Nazi" by my friends for my constant correction of those around me (there's even a Facebook group devoted to this side of me!), and I greatly enjoy scrapbooking, calligraphy, and chocolatiering. I'm an avid reader, and by avid I mean that I am rarely without a book, usually of the fantasy genre.
My only aspect of non-nerdiness is the fact that I am pretty much as technologically INept as you can get, though I do know how to check the voicemail on my phone, which is one up on my mother.
I'm also a PK.
I have read 90 books so far this year, and am hoping to hit 100 before the years is out.
Anything else you'd like to know? Ask!
Favorite Books, Movies, Music, and more
Ugh, I hate this question. My list is too long.
The Harry Potter Series - JK Rowling
The Book Thief, I am the Messenger - Markus Zusak
A Great and Terrible Beauty, Rebel Angels, The Sweet Far Thing - Libba Bray
Looking for Alaska, An Abundance of Katherines, Paper Towns - John Green
Heroics for Beginners, The Unhandsome Prince - John Moore
Resenting the Hero, The Hero Strikes Back, Heroes Adrift - Moira Moore
Pride and Prejudice, Northanger Abbey, Sense and Sensibility, Emma - Jane Austen
The Golden Compass, The Subtle Knife, The Amber Spyglass - Phillip Pullman
Sabriel, Lirael, Abhorsen - Garth Nix
The Elemental Master Series, The Valdemar Series, The 500 Kingdoms Series (so, really, anything) - Mercedes Lackey
Spindle's End, Deerskin, Beauty, Rose Daughter, Chalice - Robin McKinley
Fahrenheit 451 - Ray Bradbury
The Storyteller's Daughter, Beauty Sleep, Before Midnight, Golden, Belle, How Not to Spend Your Senior Year - Cameron Dokey
East - Edith Pattou
Good Omens - Terry Pratchett and Neil Gaiman
The Singer of All Songs, The Waterless Sea, The Tenth Power - Kate Constable
A Stitch in Time, The Blue Door, Time Enough for Drums, The Staircase - Ann Rinaldi
Howl's Moving Castle, Castle in the Air, House of Many Ways - Diana Wynne Jones
Spirited - Nancy Holder
Number the Stars, The Giver, Gathering Blue, Messenger - Lois Lowry
An Earthly Knight - Janet McNaughton
The Enchanted Forest Chronicles - Patricia Wrede
The Circle of Magic Quartet, The Circle Opens Quartet, and The Will of the Empress - Tamora Pierce
Ella Enchanted, Fairest, Ever, The Two Princesses of Bamarre - Gail Carson Levine
Let It Snow - Maureen Johnson, John Green, Lauren Myracle
What's your favorite thing to put on your head?
My late cousin's stuffed cat Whiskers
If you could do your happy dance with anyone who would it be with?
JK Rowling, after a lengthy interview with her concerning ALL my HP questions. :)
When life itself seems lunatic, who knows where madness lies? Perhaps to be too practical is madness. To surrender dreams -- this may be madness. To seek treasure where there is only trash. Too much sanity may be madness. And maddest of all, to see life as it is and not as it should be.
Title: Heroes at Risk Author: Moira J Moore Series: Triple S Media/Genre: Novel Page Count: 328 Status: New read Synopsis: Now that Shield Lee Mallorough and her incredibly handsome Source, Shintaro Karish, have done their fair share of grunt work in the Southern Islands, they have returned to the city of High Scape to resume their duties as a Pair. But upon their arrival, they discover that the city once… Continue
Title: Heroes Adrift Author: Moira J Moore Series: Triple S Media/Genre: Novel Page Count: 340 Status: Reread Synopsis: Long-suffering Shield Lee Mallorough and her all-too-charming Source Shintaro Karish are summoned to court by the Empress, who asks the fractious Pair to undertake a mission of utmost importance and secrecy: locate the descendants of her illegitimate, exiled sister. As their recent chaotic… Continue
Title: The Hero Strikes Back Author: Moira J Moore Series: The Triple S Media/Genre: Novel Page Count: 308 Status: Reread Synopsis: The weather in the city of High Scape is off the charts. It's snowing in the middle of summer, and the townsfolk are desperate for Shield Lee Mallorough and Source Shintaro Karish to fix it -- which they can't do. But try explaining that to an angry mob. Meanwhile, there's a crazed… Continue
Title:Resenting the Hero Author: Moira J Moore Series: The Triple S Media/Genre: Novel Page Count: 285 Status: Reread Synopsis: Since she was a child, Dunleavy Mallorough has been nurturing her talents as a Shield, preparing for her day of bonding. Unfortunately, fate decrees Lee's partner to be the pegendary, handsome, and unbearably self-assured Lord Shintaro Karish. Sure, he cuts a fine figure with his aristocratic airs and undeniable courage. But Karish's…
Heya, found this after searching for "Theatre Ohio" (figured there had to be at least a few other Ohioan Theatre Nerdfighters), but only your page came up. Anywho, figured I'd friend you as I have a few friends who recently graduated from BGSU as well (not in Theatre, sadly). Hope your school year is going well. What's your Theatre season look like for this coming year?