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Posted by Aurino Souza on April 25, 2002 13:36:53 UTC


I had my IQ tested once. Believe it or not, it was part of the selection process for a job I was applying.

After I'd been hired, my boss told me they were quite impressed with my IQ. It came up at 147, if memory serves me.

I never told this to anyone, not even my wife, as I think people have a huge misconception about it. Knowing myself as I do, and recognizing how stupid I can be sometimes, that number to is absolutely meaningless.

Now before you disagree with me on the importance of what I consider to be a stupid test, make sure your IQ is higher than 147, otherwise your argument will be self-defeating.

Humbly yours,


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