Good Day NWA: National Science Fiction Day

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It’s time to let your nerd flag fly high. Today is national science fiction day! That’s actually an old stereotype. You don’t have to be a geek to love sci-fi. Successful franchises like “Star Trek,” “Star Wars” & “Black Mirror” show just how popular the genre is. The definition of sci-fi is also rather loose. Some people consider certain super-hero and horror stories to fall within the category.

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