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        Lacey McDork, or in her earthly name - Lacey
Wimbledon; was born in September 3rd, 1991, in Geek City,
Flashcards County - the biggest county in the western part
of Nerddome Planet. Nerddome Planet, which had the unusual
shape of a half-open book, was a quite small, rather young
planet of one billion and two hundred thousand years. Its
inhabitants, the Nerddomians, were all natural-born nerds;
descendants of the great Acing Examster, whose bearded,
bespectacled grey statue was stationed right in the middle
of Thesis Gardens, laying behind the Bookworn Cathedral. The
dominant of Nerddome Planet was her Geekal-Nerdiness, queen
Letmestudy Peacefully the third; who resided in the
Pencilham Palace, which was located on Sharpener Hill, at
the opposite end of the gardens from the cathedral.
         Nerddome was a constitutional monarchy, which
meant, it had both a queen and a parliament. The Nerrdomian
parliament consisted of a hundred and six members - fifty
three Nerdmen and fifty three Nerdwomen. It gathered for its
daily meeting every day at twelve o'clock sharp in the
Nerddomiam Parliament building, which was located on
Sharpener Hill, right next to the queen's palace.
        One day, just as the daily parliament meeting was
drawing to a close, an awful sound of explosion was heard
from the direction of Sharpener Hill. Ten Nerddomians
praying at the same time in the Bookworm Cathedral left in
the middle of Good-Grades prayer and immediately ran to see
what was going on. Much to their astonishment, they arrived
to discover the entire right half of the parliament building
in flames. As it turned out shortly after, the explosion had
been the doing of invaders from the neighboring Bullyland
Planet - whose inhabitants were in a long ongoing dispute
with the Nerddomians; mainly regarding ideological matters
of fashion and style.  
        Immediately the rumor started to spread that
invaders from Bullyland have somehow managed to break the
electromagnetic field surrounding Nerddome, and to drop not
one, but sixteen nuclear stink-bombs on the building, wiping
out half of the parliament members and causing severe damage
to twenty more. In addition, it was reported that they have
dropped, just for kicks, eight Mocking-Loudspeakers -
especially mean technological devices, able to automatically
identify a Nerddomian's insecurities whenever flying within
a mile of one; and once the identification is complete - the
vicious little things spit out an unstoppable continuum of
matching curse-words in high volume. This specific
Bullylandish technological novelty was not physically
destructive; but nevertheless, it was mentally dangerous;
and since it first hit Nerddome Planet back in the year
2005, thirty Nerdwomen and forty Nerdmen have already lost
their wits and put into mental health facilities in Penpaper
County, in the southern part of the planet. This time, the
parliament members who made it through the vicious attack
were lucky enough to escape the scene before any of them had
been caused irreversible mental damage.
       Lacey McDork's parents were both members of the
Nerddomian parliament and longtime political veterans. Her
father, Lenny McDork, served for five years as the chief of
staff to the minister of Special Board Games; and six more
years as the minister of Foreign Literature Affairs. He met
her mother, Emily McDork (née: Summaries), when she was
a young secretary in the Bureau for Unemployed and
Overeducated Intellectuals (or in short: the BUOI). Later
on, by the force of her intelligence and hard work alone,
she moved up the ladder to become the head of the very same
BUOI, and was considered a highly appreciated Nerddomian
figure and a role model for all Nerdwomen.
        The more resourceful half of the parliament members
were saved from the horrible attack that day, thanks to
wearing a Bully-proof jacket. Lacey's parents, however,
having both been avid supporters of the Bully-Nerdian peace
initiation, refused to wear Bully-proof jackets out of
principle; which resulted in their death.
         That tragic day at the parliament meeting left
young Lacey, having only turned sixteen the month before,
all alone in the world. Unable and unwilling to digest the
magnitude of the tragedy that had just occurred to her, she
decided to go to the site of the explosion and see for
herself exactly what happened. She thought maybe going to
the place where her beloved parents were taken away from her
would give her the answers she needed. Plus, somewhere in
her heart she had wished to arrive at the site of the
explosion to discover it was all just a horrible mistake,
and her mom and dad are still there, waiting for her to come
and get them.
         However, upon getting there, something entirely
unexpected happened. Lacey, entirely absent-minded with
sadness, forgetting to watch her step as she walked through
the ruins, had accidently stepped on a radioactive microchip
that probably flew out of one of the nuclear Bullylandish
stink-bombs. The chip penetrated her left foot right in the
heel, electrifying her and leaving her passed out between
the ruins for about three hours before one of the
Nerdofficers found her and got her to the nearest hospital.
       When Lacey woke up, it was nighttime already. She
opened her eyes into the darkness; a dim neon light entering
the hospital room from the hallway through the half-open
door. The elderly Nerdman in the bed next to her was snoring
peacefully. Everything hurt, and she was not sure about the
way she got there; even though she had a dim memory of
herself in the site of the explosion, but then everything
went blank. She reached sideways towards the nightstand and
felt for her squared glasses. They were framed with a
plastic glow-in-the-dark green-purple frame, so that despite
her blurry vision and the almost-complete darkness of the
room she was still able to locate their general direction
rather easily. Lacey put them on, got carefully out of her
bed and went to the window. It was twelve o'clock and the
city was already fast-asleep - Nerddomians never going to
bed after ten. She looked at the snoozing city, trying to
imagine how her life was going to be like from now on,
having been left to care for herself. Something felt
different; something other than just the fact that her life
was altered irreversibly just the day before. She felt the
difference in her entire body, but she had no idea what it
was. 'Maybe it's just the trauma', she thought, and went
back to bed.
        It's been six months since the explosion, and Lacey
was starting to get used to her new life. She was now
staying with the Fasttypers, who took her in after the death
of her parents. Nancy and Andrew Fasttyper were the McDorks'
oldest friends; and their oldest daughter, Dorothy
Fasttyper, was Lacey's best friend since preschool. Lacey
and Dorothy did everything together. They went to the same
school; always had the same thing for lunch; went for
sleepovers at each other's house every Thursday night; and
were both members of the same book-club.
        When they wanted to do something a little wild,
they would sneak out of the house and go watch a movie at
the Black Flat Screen cinema, an underground
documentary-film cinema that was located in the shadier part
of the city. Nerddomians, as a rule, did not care much for
films; the general opinion on them being that they are too
superficial and prevent one from thinking for themselves and
evolving intellectually. But Lacey and Dorothy loved
documentaries more than anything else in the world. Lacey's
personal guilty pleasure was her odd affection for all
things human, which made her drag Dorothy to watch
documentaries about Planet Earth time and time again.
Dorothy, to be honest, could never really understand Lacey's
affection to those weird, intellectually under-developed and
emotionally-excessive creatures. But she loved Lacey enough
to agree to go with her. After the movie they would always
go to the Three Highlighters Diner across the street and
have a lemon-strawberry Brainiac smoothie. But since Lacey's
parents were gone, Lacey was in no mood for documentaries,
so they haven't done that in a while now.          
        Today was Photographic-Memorial day; and the
streets of Geek City were bustling with excitement. Happy
Nerddomians flooded the crowded and decorated streets,
filled with food and drink stands, game booths and gigantic
Acing Examster helium balloons. Lacey felt it was the right
time for her to do something fun, for the first time in six
months; and so she decided to join the Fasttypers and go to
the festivities. She walked across a math-tournament tent
and felt a sudden algebraic craving taking over her, so she
decided to step inside and get into the next round. Dorothy
wasn't much of an algebra fan (she was more of a Philosophy
Nerdwoman), so Lacey went in by herself and took the first
open seat she could locate, at a table at the far end of the
tent.
        The members of the table all appeared to be about
her age, but she didn't recognize any familiar faces. The
boy sitting right across from her, a red-haired teenager
with yellow-framed glasses and a silver Pi pendant, caught
her attention. It wasn't because she thought he was cute or
anything, although she might have, but it wasn't that. It
was just that unlike all the other members of the table, who
seemed to be at the height of their mathematical
concentration - this one appeared to be uncharacteristically
distracted for a Nerddomian. When the tent-manager declared
the beginning of the round, and math problems were starting
to appear on the screens in overwhelming speed, Lacey
noticed that he was failing to keep up and starting to lose
points. She looked at him with compassion - a highly
un-Nerddomian emotion that Dorothy says she must have caught
from watching all those earth documentaries - wishing she
could do something to help him resume his concentration.
        When the disoriented read-head raised his face from
the screen, catching Lacey's glance and looking her right in
the eye, just as she was readjusting her glasses - something
incredibly strange occurred. Lacey noticed a green-purple
ray coming out of the rim of her glasses and, as
unbelievable as that may sound, the ray now appeared to form
of a circle around the boy's head - creating a green-purple
aura. The even stranger thing was, it appeared that no one
but Lacey was able to notice this - not even the boy
himself, who after a quick glazed look at Lacey went back to
staring confusedly at the screen. But to make things even
more bizarre - after the green-purple aura had evaporated
entirely, making Lacey wonder if it existed only in her
imagination - the boy suddenly started winning. The other
members of the table could not understand what hit them, as
the young redhead, who only seconds earlier appeared to be
entirely invested in losing, was suddenly solving problems
in a faster-than-light speed.
        Brian Goodnotes, as Lacey later found out he was
called, has never had anything like that happen to him
before in his life. He was so used to losing
math-tournaments, or anything else for that matter, that it
became a second nature to him by now. Apparently, Brian had
a dark secret. In the early age of three years old, he had
started to develop a rare medical syndrome, which made it
next to impossible for him to concentrate on just one thing
at a time - and made every intellectual activity - which in
Nerddome was in fact, every activity there was - a living
hell for him. Lacey recognized this syndrome as ADHD - a
common condition in humans, which was entirely solvable
through the use of medication, according to what she saw on
the planet Earth documentaries. But in Nerddome they
referred to it as IDS - Intellectual Delay Syndrome - and
considered it to be incurable. This is why, when Brian had
finally won the round of a math-tournament, for the first
time in his seventeen years of life, he could not believe
what was happening to him.
            That was the first time Lacey McDork, later to
be called Lacey Wimbledon, had helped someone in distress;
and it was only one among many other salvation tasks to
come. After her parents' death, Lacey had come to a decision
that she wanted to dedicate her life to helping other
people. And once she had discovered her extraordinary powers
- she knew it was more than just a coincidence.
        When Lacey turned eighteen, she joined
Intellectuals without Borders - the Nerddomian top secret
inter-galactic intellectual-aid program - meant to help cure
the universe of ignorance and encourage the growth of
intellect everywhere. After a ten-month training period, the
Nerddomian agents were sent to intellectually-struggling
areas of the universe, in order to prevent struggling
students from dropping out of school. Lacey herself was
positioned, according to her request, in HMD - the unit for
special cases of heartbreaks and mild depressions. Most of
the cases dealt with in this unit were, surprisingly or not,
located on planet earth - for its inhabitants were, as
previously mentioned, extremely emotional; which often
damaged their intellectual capabilities.
        Lacey McDork was positioned on Planet Earth on July
3rd, 2011; exactly ten months after her eighteenth birthday.
Nowadays, she goes by the name of Lacey Wimbledon - an
anonymous T.A in the English Literature department of NYU.
Being extremely shy and, well, awfully nerdy, most people
don't really know that she exists; other than the professor
that she works for, who to this very day still gets her name
wrong when he's a bit tired. Geek-Chick, on the other hand,
is ridiculously famous; but even though many have tried, no
one has yet to succeed in revealing the true identity of the
mysterious girl in the green-purple latex suit; who never
fails to come to the rescue of a miserable student in
distress.







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