I love nerd humor, but nerds predate the current "geeks are sexy" trend. Old school nerds FTW, nothing but. Besides that I just dig clever humor and amazing natural pictures. Bonus points for awesome band references.
Rocking the acoustic open mic. I played "Summer of 69," an original called "Creepy Fan," a reworked custom almost poppy version I created of the Beastie Boys' "Sabotage," and ended with "Won't Get Fooled Again." Wifey got to come out too and we stayed out until 11PM (which is crazy for me). Only the second time to perform in front of a crowd and I really enjoyed myself.
Last night I jammed an open mic with this nice guy I met a week ago via Reddit. Last week, on his invitation, I played the first open mic of my life. It was a blast, so we decided to work together. I did backing vocals and leads/fills for Tom Petty's "Mary Jane's Last Dance" and Lumineers' "Ho Hey" (that's what we're playing in this pic).
I've been reading comics for ages, but have basically become disillusioned with current unstoppable heroes and ridiculous plots. So I've been looking into old stuff, starting with Iron Man in 1970 and as of this week, Luke Cage!
Scott "Razor Ramon" Hall with Lex Luger. I was shocked by Lex's appearance so I looked him up on Wikipedia and found this: "On October 19, 2007, Luger suffered a nerve impingement in his neck that led to temporary paralysis. He underwent intravenous antibiotic treatment and was expected to make a full recovery. Nearly a month after his spinal stroke, Luger was still in a quadriplegic state, having no movement in either his arms or legs. As of June 2008, Luger was said to be able to stand on his own for short periods of time and walk using a walker. As of 2010, Luger has stated in an interview that he is able to walk more comfortably, and is able to drive around after being paralyzed from the neck down before. "