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Published: Friday, April 25 2014 2:45 p.m. MDT

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Mom of 8
Hyrum, UT

As a woman who has a family portrait of all my kids in Dr. Who t-shirts pretending to be weeping angels, I couldn't be prouder to be a Utahn!

(Then again, I'm the kind of mom that made Star Trek TNG costumes for all of my kids for Halloween, and we also have boxes full of Star Wars, LOTR, and Harry Potter costumes. When my daughter called to tell me she was going to ComicCon, the question wasn't, "Will she dress up?" but "Which costume will she wear?")

Utah's awesome!

Lehi, UT

Love it. All good, clean wholesome environment. Certainly "Life Elevated!" Good job Utah.

UC Baller
Salt Lake City, UT

I am embarrassed for some of the geeks I see. But to each his own, as long as they enjoy themselves and dont harm anyone else. Long live the Geeks!

Mormon Book Worm
----------, UT

Percy Jackson!!!!! Studio C!!!!!!!! Granite Flats!!!!!!! Matched series!!!!!!! Minecraft!!!!!!! The 13th Reality!!!!!!! The Mortality Doctrine!!!!!!! Imagine Dragons!!!!!! Rascal Flatts!!!!!!! Country music!!!!!!! Michael Vey!!!!!!!! Variant!!!!!! Blackout!!!!!!!!! Frozen!!!!!! Tangled!!!!! Tarzan!!!!!!! Mulan!!!!!!!! Piano Guys!!!!!!! Other stuff you probably barely know exists!!!!!!!:)

That proves how nerdy I am.

Question: Was there any Percy Jackson stuff at Comicon? I didn't get to go:(


Seems to be some confusion in this article as geek and nerd terms are not interchangeable. To simplify one can think of nerds as intellectual geeks.

I know it. I Live it. I Love it.
Provo, UT

Mormon Book Worm,

Disney, Country music and the piano guys aren't really nerdy things to follow. In fact, country and nerdy are more at odds than they are similar. Being a fan and a nerd are very different. And nerds tend to take very seriously what it actually means to be a nerd.

Video Games

There's a start...

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