Comic 124 - Upside-Down, I'm Evil

23rd Mar 2011, 4:48 PM
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23rd Mar 2011, 4:48 PM
Once, a long time ago, I sought to become a member of a genius society. I began researching and quickly realized that most members of Mensa were incredibly arrogant and stuck-up. I'm not sure what I expected, but I had higher hopes. When I branched out in search of other groups I found out that Mensa is actually the nicest such group. Several that I found literally said on their homepage, "if you're reading this you're most likely of 'average-intelligence' and should probably just go find something else to amuse yourself with." I kid you not, that's what it said, I wish for the life of me that I could find the exact group that had that on its page.

So yeah, I'm not putting down such societies, but I've found them to largely be filled with people who don't have a better way to show off their intelligence to other people.

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30th Mar 2011, 10:47 AM
Yeah, i looked into Mensa decades ago and rapidly came to much the same conclusion. My IQ test scores may say i'm a genius, but what convinced me was being smart enough to not want to be associated with people like that.
2nd Sep 2011, 4:30 AM
I agree with the above statement. I was certified as a genius in 1st grade with an IQ of 146. Even then, I knew that intelligence wasn't the only way of judging someone.
15th Jan 2012, 10:36 PM
The problem is that IQ test scores aren't static. They are constantly being adjusted so that the average is 100. I once took a ten year old iq test and it said genious, but a modern one? Nope.