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The “I bet I know more computer languages than you, and I’m not afraid to talk about it” badge. It could get ugly when two or more of these recipients get together.

The “I bet I know more computer languages than you, and I’m not afraid to talk about it” badge. It could get ugly when two or more of these recipients get together.

Road Rage

Funny, irreverent merit badges of Americana are spoof awards for the minivan driving, shopaholic or armchair quarterback.

The “has frozen stuff just to see what happens” badge (LEVEL I) In which the recipient has frozen something in the freezer for the sake of scientific curiosity. (JL)

The “has frozen stuff just to see what happens” badge (LEVEL I) In which the recipient has frozen something in the freezer for the sake of scientific curiosity.

The “I know what a tadpole is” badge. In which the recipient knows what a tadpole is. Basically, an easy way to get a badge that looks a little like the semen one above.

The “statistical linear regression” badge. We figured that if you actually know what those three words together mean, then you deserve a badge.

The “sexing up science” badge. In which the recipient has had experience with things such as selective breeding, crossing, mate selection, prokaryotic conjugation, fertility studies, STD related microbiology, and/or any other acceptable interpretation of the badge. (RPM)

The “sexing up science” badge. In which the recipient has had experience with things such as selective breeding, crossing, mate selection, prokaryotic conjugation, fertility studies, STD related microbiology, and/or any other acceptable interpretation of the badge. (RPM)

The “I’ve set fire to stuff” badge (LEVEL II). In which the recipient has set fire to stuff, while fully aware of all combustion principles at play. (AB)

The “I’ve set fire to stuff” badge (LEVEL II). In which the recipient has set fire to stuff, while fully aware of all combustion principles at play.

The “I can be a prick when it comes to science” badge. In which the recipient can be so passionate about things of a scientific nature, that he/she may appear surly, rude, and/or unpleasant.

The “I can be a prick when it comes to science” badge. In which the recipient can be so passionate about things of a scientific nature, that he/she may appear surly, rude, and/or unpleasant.

The “talking science” badge. Required for all members. Assumes the recipient conducts himself/herself in such a manner as to talk science whenever he/she gets the chance. Not easily fazed by looks of disinterest from friends or the act of “zoning out” by well intentioned loved ones. (DN)

The “talking science” badge. Required for all members. Assumes the recipient conducts himself/herself in such a manner as to talk science whenever he/she gets the chance. Not easily fazed by looks of disinterest from friends or the act of “zoning out” by well intentioned loved ones. (DN)

The “works in feces” badge. Clearly, different from the above and deserving of a badge.

The “works in feces” badge. Clearly, different from the above and deserving of a badge.

The “science has forced me to seek medical attention” badge In which the recipient has had to pay a visit to the hospital as a result of scientific work. (MF)

The “science has forced me to seek medical attention” badge In which the recipient has had to pay a visit to the hospital as a result of scientific work.

The “arts and crafts” badge. Because you can’t have a bunch of badges without an arts and crafts badge. This one assumes the recipient has all manner of “craftiness” with a sciencegeek twist. (AC)

The “arts and crafts” badge. Because you can’t have a bunch of badges without an arts and crafts badge. This one assumes the recipient has all manner of “craftiness” with a sciencegeek twist.

The “experienced with electrical shock” badge (LEVEL I) In which the recipient has had experience with the electrical shocking of an organism. (SH)

The “experienced with electrical shock” badge (LEVEL I) In which the recipient has had experience with the electrical shocking of an organism.

The “inappropriate nocturnal use of lab equipment in the name of alternative science experimentation / communication” badge. In which the recipient has “borrowed” scientific supplies for the sake of stealth scientific communication. (JG)

The “inappropriate nocturnal use of lab equipment in the name of alternative science experimentation / communication” badge. In which the recipient has “borrowed” scientific supplies for the sake of stealth scientific communication.

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