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When Nerds Fly

Phil Harvey
11/29/2007

1:00 PM -- Maybe you're just like Jeff Pulver,
He's never satisfied.
Why is he filming? Oh, brother.
This is what it looks like,
When Nerds Fly.



— Phil Harvey, Barely Managing Editor, Light Reading

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Ryan Lawler
Ryan Lawler
12/5/2012 | 2:58:03 PM
re: When Nerds Fly
This video should come with a warning label:

Not suitable for children, adults... or anyone, really.
Ryan Lawler
Ryan Lawler
12/5/2012 | 2:58:03 PM
re: When Nerds Fly
This video should come with a warning label:

Not suitable for children, adults... or anyone, really.
Jeff Baumgartner
Jeff Baumgartner
12/5/2012 | 2:58:02 PM
re: When Nerds Fly
But at least he's not crawling out of a bathtub...wait, on second thought, strike that. we don't want to encourage him
bollocks187
bollocks187
12/5/2012 | 2:57:59 PM
re: When Nerds Fly
Man that was disgusting.......
BlueButtMonkey
BlueButtMonkey
12/5/2012 | 2:57:59 PM
re: When Nerds Fly
Imagine the person next to him on the plane?

When they came by to offer drinks he probably said, "I'll have a whiskey sour, bottle of tequila, six pack of Bud...heck, just give me the cart...and then punch me in the face."

whyiswhy
whyiswhy
12/5/2012 | 2:57:58 PM
re: When Nerds Fly
Is nergin a word?
Should it be?

-Why

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