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Posted by Luis Hamburgh on September 15, 2002 01:04:00 UTC


>>>"He's Definitely A Smart Guy . . . And not because he has an high IQ."

Well, the concept of "IQ" defines a collective, scientific attempt to create an impartial scale of human intelligence -- it's a standard. Of course you already know this, but you do realize you've arrived at your judgment of Langan by applying your own standards, don't you? Are you therefore saying that, while your own standards normally don't agree with the conventions of the standardized "IQ," this time they do? If this is the case, I'm curious which conventional IQ results you find to be so disagreeable.


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