My self-produced content demonstrates my knowledge and passion for the quirky and peculiar.
Oakland, CA (PRWEB) March 5, 2010
"I'm a stealth nerd; I can dress up like a normal human being and play the part," explained David Inman. "Being a nerd is a cool thing in my mind," he continued. "It's not like back in the '80s, ala 'Revenge of the Nerds', when I was growing up; nowadays nerds are making money, owning companies and developing Web sites. The jocks that were dumping us in garbage cans are now picking up garbage."
Fittingly Inman followed suit and, like his nationwide posse of Star Trek obsessed, comic-book-loving geeks, he formulated a Web site, http://www.NerdKungFu.com, to boast the pride and livelihood of being a nerd. Here, online shoppers will find more than 200 T-shirts that feature the logos, characters and inside jokes of hundreds of comic books, sci-fi movies, TV shows, video games, fantasy genres, cartoons and, of course, Star Trek.
"It's important to have a connection to your customer base; my inner nerd prefers T-shirts with a not-so-obvious appeal; something that captures nerd humor in a more subtle way," Inman said.
Most notably, Inman has exceeded his competition by duly providing a collection of oddball links, pictures and stories - which he likes to call news for nerds - that combine his thoughts and humorous tidbits on real-life findings for each shirt. "Nerds have acute radar for fakeness," he explained. "My self-produced content demonstrates my knowledge and passion for the quirky and peculiar."
Check back often as he hopes to have 100 new T-shirts added to his collection this summer. Additionally, novelty items, such as coffee mugs, shot glasses, buttons, as well as nerd apparel for women and children will make a debut in the near future.
To learn more about the weird and wacky news for nerds, shoppers are encouraged to visit Inman's new blog, http://www.TheNerdBlog.com. This interactive tool will also be used to highlight his opinions about nerd life in further detail with topics such as why Batman is far superior to Superman.
Stop in today and embrace your inner nerd!
About the Company:
NerdKungFu.com is owned and operated by Web entrepreneur, David Inman.
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