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We hope everyone had a fun #GeekDadDay! Here are our favorites from the hashtag challenge. Thanks for sharing your Father's Day with WIRED. ----------------------------------------------- From left to right: row 1: @faulkner1129, @supermartianrobot, @77chuck row 2: @rpeschetz, @nateekins, @weudel row 3: @calebtemple, @a4sterling, @bengt_anders_rask

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