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Patrik Olterman

Religion & Spirituality Science Fiction & Fantasy Young Adult

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Jim Palmer, Richard Rohr, Catherine Keller, Bruce Epperly, Rob Bell, N.T. Wright, Eddie Izzard, Brian D. McLaren, Marcus J. Borg
Once a geek always a geek i guess. Since I was a kid I have always been a real geek. When my friends in first grade liked James Bond and action heroes, I was all into Ivanhoe, knights and chivalry, they read comics, I read books, they played hardcore games of war, I wanted to save the maiden from the evil Dragon, get married and live happily ever after. I guess that is why I was always more popular with the girls, the boys games ended when hero bedded heroine, my games started with playing house. Then I started with Roleplaying games, computers and finally to top it all of I became a Christian. I guess I am a geek in all senses of the word.

Being a geek is not a bad thing though. I have good grades, a well paid job and a beautiful wife, that realized that a geek is really just a great guy once you get past the book in is hand and the monitor in front of his face.

I have suffered all kinds of ridicule that a geek can possibly meet. So in my pursuit of happiness I have tried to prove to the world that a nerd can indeed be cool, in that endeavor I have found that even though I am now a 2nd Dan blackbelt in KyoDoKan, have my own martial arts school called WSD and even though I have spent years arresting drug dealers, fighting violent street crime, dressing in overly baggy clothing and tried to break every bone in my body rollerblading, skateboarding, kitesurfing and snowboarding, there is nothing that can possibly make me cooler than being a child of God using the brains that God gave me to give as a gift what Ihave received as a gift.
Website
Go to Website
Twitter
Go to Twitter Account
Influences
Jim Palmer, Richard Rohr, Catherine Keller, Bruce Epperly, Rob Bell, N.T. Wright, Eddie Izzard, Brian D. McLaren, Marcus J. Borg
Once a geek always a geek i guess. Since I was a kid I have always been a real geek. When my friends in first grade liked James Bond and action heroes, I was all into Ivanhoe, knights and chivalry, they read comics, I read books, they played hardcore games of war, I wanted to save the maiden from the evil Dragon, get married and live happily ever after. I guess that is why I was always more popular with the girls, the boys games ended when hero bedded heroine, my games started with playing house. Then I started with Roleplaying games, computers and finally to top it all of I became a Christian. I guess I am a geek in all senses of the word.

Being a geek is not a bad thing though. I have good grades, a well paid job and a beautiful wife, that realized that a geek is really just a great guy once you get past the book in is hand and the monitor in front of his face.

I have suffered all kinds of ridicule that a geek can possibly meet. So in my pursuit of happiness I have tried to prove to the world that a nerd can indeed be cool, in that endeavor I have found that even though I am now a 2nd Dan blackbelt in KyoDoKan, have my own martial arts school called WSD and even though I have spent years arresting drug dealers, fighting violent street crime, dressing in overly baggy clothing and tried to break every bone in my body rollerblading, skateboarding, kitesurfing and snowboarding, there is nothing that can possibly make me cooler than being a child of God using the brains that God gave me to give as a gift what Ihave received as a gift.

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