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2013-02-13 10:59:34 AM

craig328: Ah, but you see, if you did that then you would be very clearly adjudging some students as being "smarter" or "better" than other students.


While this sentiment does exist and is one of the vocal elements within public education which I, being involved in gifted education, disagree with, I never concern myself with "smarter" or "better" but "experiences which are qualitatively different and require services different from the norm". As well, some of the highest performing countries in the world, places which put us to shame, do no grouping of students (though there are numerous other reasons for success of those countries, just thought this was interesting to note).
 
2013-02-13 11:12:35 AM

Vangor: craig328: Ah, but you see, if you did that then you would be very clearly adjudging some students as being "smarter" or "better" than other students.

While this sentiment does exist and is one of the vocal elements within public education which I, being involved in gifted education, disagree with, I never concern myself with "smarter" or "better" but "experiences which are qualitatively different and require services different from the norm". As well, some of the highest performing countries in the world, places which put us to shame, do no grouping of students (though there are numerous other reasons for success of those countries, just thought this was interesting to note).


I used the terms "better" and "smarter" not because that's what the system or teachers would use but what the parents and kids themselves would use.  School is as much a tool for socially acclimatizing kids as it is for educating them.  That is one of the major detractions of being home schooled.  One of my son's better friends was home schooled the past 2 years.  I spoke with his mom the other day when I was picking my son up from his friend's house and asked how it was going.  Turns out they're going to return their boy to public school (for 6th grade) next year solely because he's sorely missing the social interaction with his friends and peers.  His test scores have him well in advance of his cohort who are in public school (apparently quite a bit so) but his mom thinks his social development at this stage is as important as his grades.

I bring that all up because it is all about socializing for some kids and parents.  Amongst those who aren't "gifted" it creates a tension when some of their friends are placed into different classes (they call them "accelerated" in my school district) and they discover that separation is on the basis of...well...how smart they are.  By implication it means the kids NOT selected for those classes are "dumb" (a word the kids invariably use) and then the school admins get all touchy about it.  What THAT's resulted in, in my kids' district, is that the requirements for being included in an accelerated program are so watered down as to make it such that nearly anyone who wishes to can be accepted.  I'm told there is also a funding angle so this comes as no surprise...although both influences means that the very point of having an accelerated program and what it imparts to kids participating in it, is diluted.
 
2013-02-13 11:19:13 AM
In other news, some people still think IQ tests are the only relevant measure of ability.


/*cough* Gardner *cough*
 
2013-02-13 11:24:41 AM

craig328: is test scores have him well in advance of his cohort who are in public school (apparently quite a bit so) but his mom thinks his social development at this stage is as important as his grades.


Which is ridiculous to say he is advanced passed his cohort (not meant as a slam to you). His cohort has changed. Age grouping is nonsensical, and thoughtful acceleration leads to better academic, cognitive, social, and emotional outcomes, especially for radical accelerands.

craig328: Amongst those who aren't "gifted" it creates a tension when some of their friends are placed into different classes (they call them "accelerated" in my school district) and they discover that separation is on the basis of...well...how smart they are

. By implication it means the kids NOT selected for those classes are "dumb" (a word the kids invariably use) and then the school admins get all touchy about it.

Because they have turned acceleration from a service model into a program and implemented this terribly. Students know who the "smart" kids are and who the "dumb" kids are in a homogeneous classroom setting, reinforced by ineffectual or ill-informed teachers. To not accelerate a student because of the way others may feel about themselves is a ridiculous failing on behalf of the school or district.

Anyway, not yelling at you, merely get angsty when people bring up the disregard for gifted services, already with dreadfully and historically low priority.
 
2013-02-13 11:31:32 AM
What, no tasting the blubber or free willy jokes yet?
 
2013-02-13 11:32:41 AM

Ant: Ahh... Fark.com misogyny is alive and well I see. Don't you people ever get tired of being stupid cavemen?


To be fair, many of us are very, very intelligent cavemen.
 
2013-02-13 11:34:24 AM

pippi longstocking: I have a large IQ as well, and people never like it when I tell them that there is much difference between you and me, from you and a retard; so you best listen to me.


That's a great line.

=]
 
2013-02-13 12:03:03 PM

Deep Contact: heinrich66: Be nice if one of these geniuses actually did something for a change, instead of sitting in a wheelchair all day lopsided.

They think of things that can't be proven instead of doing something useful.


For someone who's pretty much completely immobilized, Hawking sure is accomplishing more than a lot of full-bodied people do.  His work may not be "useful" yet, but it's about all he can do in his physical condition.
 
2013-02-13 12:08:08 PM
Her IQs don't look that big . . .
 
2013-02-13 12:09:10 PM

craig328: In fact, the high IQ actually hurt me because I never developed study skills until around my 2nd or 3rd year of university.


Yup.
 
2013-02-13 12:13:46 PM
of course her Internet Quotient is higher.  duh.
 
2013-02-13 12:17:26 PM

Aidan: craig328: The point I'm making is: a high IQ is nothing more than a tool. In order to do something with it you have to have the motivation to do so and the discipline and training to make use of it effectively. Edison is credited with saying that invention is 1% inspiration and 99% perspiration. For those with high IQs, the formula may be not quite as unbalanced as that...but it's still weighted way heavily toward the "sweating" end of the spectrum. Good for this girl and her raw brain talent. Now, go learn to put it to good use.

A whole lot of this. In fact without looking at the rest of this thread, I can guess that many others have made the same point. I remember from previous threads that there are at least a dozen (closer to two dozen) Farkers who scored high on IQ tests or were in advanced education (myself included) who've gone on to do... Not much. A lot of programming/office types as I recall.

I really really really wish schools were oriented toward teaching children, especially higher IQ children, to not only identify what they want to do, but how to achieve it with good, hard work. I think we'd see more tangible results from of our purportedly extra-tasty brains.


I thought Craig328's post was the IQ equivalent of "Gawd, it's hard to be good looking with a huge rack."
 
2013-02-13 12:28:10 PM

docmattic: Aidan: craig328: The point I'm making is: a high IQ is nothing more than a tool. In order to do something with it you have to have the motivation to do so and the discipline and training to make use of it effectively. Edison is credited with saying that invention is 1% inspiration and 99% perspiration. For those with high IQs, the formula may be not quite as unbalanced as that...but it's still weighted way heavily toward the "sweating" end of the spectrum. Good for this girl and her raw brain talent. Now, go learn to put it to good use.

A whole lot of this. In fact without looking at the rest of this thread, I can guess that many others have made the same point. I remember from previous threads that there are at least a dozen (closer to two dozen) Farkers who scored high on IQ tests or were in advanced education (myself included) who've gone on to do... Not much. A lot of programming/office types as I recall.

I really really really wish schools were oriented toward teaching children, especially higher IQ children, to not only identify what they want to do, but how to achieve it with good, hard work. I think we'd see more tangible results from of our purportedly extra-tasty brains.

I thought Craig328's post was the IQ equivalent of "Gawd, it's hard to be good looking with a huge rack."


Which is why as a kid I learned not to mention to people I actually encounter IRL.  Your reaction is more common than not and while it's really nothing more than you expressing some snark and probably envy, it's uncomfortable in person so I avoid saying things that might elicit such.

The story I told is true in all regards so yeah, to you, I probably have the intellectual equivalent of a "huge rack".  Sorry my mentioning it, even with the anonymity the intarwebz provides, made you feel inadequate enough by comparison that you felt compelled to post about it.  I'm sure you likely have many fine qualities that people whom you're around find tolerant enough.
 
2013-02-13 12:32:14 PM

Paka Ono: FloydA: ArkAngel: Lauren, of Loughton, Essex, is the daughter of a black cab driver

This could be part of the reason. Studies of black cab drivers show them to be unusually intelligent, being required to know the areas they drive extremely well. The test they have to pass averages 12 attempts and almost three years of practice.

[i105.photobucket.com image 300x168]
"Look, I don't care if you're green or blue like a carrot! For me the word color doesn't mean anything. I feel colors... but you'd never understand that!"

Loved that movie!


Yeah, Jarmusch is consistently brilliant.
 
2013-02-13 12:45:13 PM

Soulcatcher: pippi longstocking: I have a large IQ as well, and people never like it when I tell them that there is much difference between you and me, from you and a retard; so you best listen to me.

That's a great line.

=]



dvdmedia.ign.com


Rita: You think Einstein walked around thinkin' everyone was a bunch of dumb shiats?   

Joe:Yeah. Hadn't thought of that.

Rita: Now you know why he built that bomb.

As someone with a large IQ, these lines stick with me.
 
2013-02-13 12:50:29 PM
Neither Einstein or Hawking took an IQ test. They didn't believe in their validity.
 
2013-02-13 12:56:23 PM

raatz01: Neither Einstein or Hawking took an IQ test. They didn't believe in their validity.



Also I would point out that the first picture of this girl is a pic of her holding her gigantic IQ test study book.

I was administered an IQ test once.  I didn't get to study beforehand as I am pretty sure most people don't, so that alone basically nullifies the validity of the test in this case.
 
2013-02-13 12:58:09 PM

Gleeman: In other news, some people still think IQ tests are the only relevant measure of ability.


/*cough* Gardner *cough*


Gardner's Theory of Multiple Intelligences, while provocative, is not a supported conception of intelligence and is refuted by g theory and related theories about comparable performance across domains. Domains are useful to recognize and note aptitudes in, but multiple intelligences posits discrete ways to be intelligent which is flawed. Further, modern intelligence theorists recognize intelligence is quite multifaceted, with modern intelligence instruments providing a measure of some facets. Multiple intelligences has received widespread adoption throughout education in the way learning styles have, but the sad fact is those are both an overrigid and formal structure to bring a measure of authority to the idea there are numerous ways to process information and numerous domains to be able in.
 
2013-02-13 01:10:56 PM

m00: Mutiny32: m00: Mutiny32: But really, for example, I have some stupid high IQ and I had to take college algebra over a few times just to get a passing grade.

FizixJunkee: As usual, Pocket Ninja is right on the money.

Except I didn't want to mention it because I would sound like I was being smug about it. I mentioned it was because I simply have first-hand experience in the point I was trying to make.

Also, I was meta-trolling.

But you actually have a "stupid high IQ" right?


Perhaps.
 
2013-02-13 01:11:41 PM
raatz01    Neither Einstein or Hawking took an IQ test. They didn't believe in their validity.

While I know Hawking has dismissed the usefulness (not validity), not sure I've read Einstein on what was a burgeoning field.

Pochas  Also I would point out that the first picture of this girl is a pic of her holding her gigantic IQ test study book.

As much as logic puzzles, sudoku, etc., could be said to be IQ test study materials, sure. This does not help one study for a particular test or battery of tests but supposedly help develop spatial awareness, pattern recognition, etc.. If the claims made by the materials is true, this would increase your IQ, but I have not been terribly satisfied with the materials I have seen. Real tasks, tasks which one struggles with, connecting experiences, etc., are what will develop whereas IQ Gym and the like will simply be a minor part in an intellectually stimulating environment over a long period of time.

/wtf happened with my formatting?
 
2013-02-13 01:19:28 PM
ITT, a DSW over who has the highest IQ.   Also ITT, all these "smart people" failing to point out that their massive brains are on hold for most of their lives whilst they flip burgers for a living, if they're not just living in mommy's basement
 
2013-02-13 01:20:52 PM

Vangor: raatz01    Neither Einstein or Hawking took an IQ test. They didn't believe in their validity.

While I know Hawking has dismissed the usefulness (not validity), not sure I've read Einstein on what was a burgeoning field.

Pochas  Also I would point out that the first picture of this girl is a pic of her holding her gigantic IQ test study book.

As much as logic puzzles, sudoku, etc., could be said to be IQ test study materials, sure. This does not help one study for a particular test or battery of tests but supposedly help develop spatial awareness, pattern recognition, etc.. If the claims made by the materials is true, this would increase your IQ, but I have not been terribly satisfied with the materials I have seen. Real tasks, tasks which one struggles with, connecting experiences, etc., are what will develop whereas IQ Gym and the like will simply be a minor part in an intellectually stimulating environment over a long period of time.

/wtf happened with my formatting?


In the IQ test I took there were very specific puzzles that look like the pictures on the cover of her book.  I had never even solved one such puzzle before.  If I had, or more importantly if you know the strategy involved in solving them they are trivially easy.
 
2013-02-13 01:34:31 PM

Pochas: In the IQ test I took there were very specific puzzles that look like the pictures on the cover of her book.  I had never even solved one such puzzle before.  If I had, or more importantly if you know the strategy involved in solving them they are trivially easy.


Any notion of the name of the instrument? While there is a semblance between the items on the cover and some items on, say, the Naglieri, those are patterning tasks of which the only strategy is to locate a pattern as the direction, distance, variation, etc., of the patterns are novel. But as IQ is developmental, training in those tasks will increase your ability to solve those tasks which will increase IQ, and this is not cheating anymore than having an affluent household with intellectual stimulation is cheating. Perhaps one could solve patterning tasks easier, but this is because you are better developed in patterning tasks, not because you studied a list of patterns.

Now, I am not doubting some experience with them will help on certain sections of certain instruments, but rather this notion of a couple of those booklets meaning intelligence instruments are trivial is made from the point of view which has generally taken a single instrument not necessarily administered by a trained individual.
 
2013-02-13 01:43:15 PM
"I love living in Essex and I'm glad that I might be able to show people that we aren't all ditzy and blonde."


Well, some people who are ditzy are brunettes, so I guess she showed them alright.
 
2013-02-13 01:46:48 PM

Pochas: raatz01: Neither Einstein or Hawking took an IQ test. They didn't believe in their validity.


Also I would point out that the first picture of this girl is a pic of her holding her gigantic IQ test study book.

I was administered an IQ test once.

i105.photobucket.com

Once!
 
2013-02-13 02:03:08 PM
Anyone who can be described as "ditzy" is not smarter than Albert Einstein or Robo-Hawkins.  If anything this just demonstrates the inefficiency of IQ tests..
 
2013-02-13 02:23:02 PM

FizixJunkee: craig328: In fact, the high IQ actually hurt me because I never developed study skills until around my 2nd or 3rd year of university.

Yup.


Exactly how I lost a free-ride academics scholarship and flunked outta college.  I had no clue what I was doing.

*Sigh*  Brain the size of a planet, and now they want me to fasten two pieces of metal together.
 
2013-02-13 02:25:59 PM

g4lt: ITT, a DSW over who has the highest IQ.   Also ITT, all these "smart people" failing to point out that their massive brains are on hold for most of their lives whilst they flip burgers for a living, if they're not just living in mommy's basement


ITT, sad middle managers, promoted only because it was less paperwork than firing them, come in here and lament the fact that even the 18 year old interns laugh at him daily for being such a useless, middle age farkup.

/odds are I'm hitting closer to home than you are
 
2013-02-13 02:32:58 PM

Spaced Cowboy: g4lt: ITT, a DSW over who has the highest IQ.   Also ITT, all these "smart people" failing to point out that their massive brains are on hold for most of their lives whilst they flip burgers for a living, if they're not just living in mommy's basement

ITT, sad middle managers, promoted only because it was less paperwork than firing them, come in here and lament the fact that even the 18 year old interns laugh at him daily for being such a useless, middle age farkup.

/odds are I'm hitting closer to home than you are


Snap somebody call the burn ward.
 
2013-02-13 02:49:58 PM
CSB:

When I was a youngster living in the rural South in the mid-70s, I discovered that enjoying geeky pursuits like reading science fiction was asking for an asskicking. Because of parental circumstances (abusive stepdad, a mom who drank), my homelife was fairly miserable, and because we moved so much during my childhood, I never got to make any real friends.  Plus, I had the extra fun of growing up gay in a small town, which was as much fun as you might think.

I discovered Mensa when I was in high school, and after taking the self-test and then a proctored test at the local library, I joined. I thought, "Eureka! (you can see why I was getting the asskickings), I have found a group that will accept me and that will not make me feel like an outcast."

Except:
A-I was a geeky teenager and the Mensans were a bunch of sadsack old people.
B-Instead of indulging in fun activities like 3-D chess or word games, Mensans spent most of their time moaning about how nobody appreciated them and how superior they were to the normals.

Luckily, once I went to college, I discovered friends and the gym, and managed to bloom into a fairly outgoing person. And now in 2013 we have the Internet, so there's no need to pay an annual membership fee to hang out with whiny, high-IQ losers, when I can do that on Fark for free! (I kid, I kid)
 
2013-02-13 03:32:54 PM
That's like saying 'High school kid taller than Michael Jordan'.
 
2013-02-13 04:00:15 PM

KellyKellyKelly: "Cute" and Sun link?  Seems suspicious...

*click*

...OK, I'll accept it.


Yeah, I know. I wish it was consistent, so I would know never to click on these.  But this one is really pretty, so I am all confused.
 
2013-02-13 04:00:24 PM
No disrespect but isn't Mensa a social and/or sex club? I mean are we seriously comparing Trillian to Davros?
 
2013-02-13 04:20:45 PM

Pochas: Spaced Cowboy: g4lt: ITT, a DSW over who has the highest IQ.   Also ITT, all these "smart people" failing to point out that their massive brains are on hold for most of their lives whilst they flip burgers for a living, if they're not just living in mommy's basement

ITT, sad middle managers, promoted only because it was less paperwork than firing them, come in here and lament the fact that even the 18 year old interns laugh at him daily for being such a useless, middle age farkup.

/odds are I'm hitting closer to home than you are

Snap somebody call the burn ward.


Glad to see that "free wifi" is working out for you two, now GBTW, those burgers won't flip themselves...
 
2013-02-13 04:21:39 PM
Wanna know how I know you all are nerds?

Nobody noticed this story at the bottom (NSFW)

http://www.thesun.co.uk/sol/homepage/news/4790201/Carnival-cracker-g iv es-a-whole-new-meaning-to-Brazilian.html
 
2013-02-13 04:26:46 PM

Ant: Ahh... Fark.com misogyny is alive and well I see. Don't you people ever get tired of being stupid cavemen?


It's not like anyone's posted:

Cute blonde high school girl has a bigger  IQ chest than Einstein and Hawkinsg.
/ftfy
 
2013-02-13 04:51:16 PM

g4lt: Pochas: Spaced Cowboy: g4lt: ITT, a DSW over who has the highest IQ.   Also ITT, all these "smart people" failing to point out that their massive brains are on hold for most of their lives whilst they flip burgers for a living, if they're not just living in mommy's basement

ITT, sad middle managers, promoted only because it was less paperwork than firing them, come in here and lament the fact that even the 18 year old interns laugh at him daily for being such a useless, middle age farkup.

/odds are I'm hitting closer to home than you are

Snap somebody call the burn ward.

Glad to see that "free wifi" is working out for you two, now GBTW, those burgers won't flip themselves...


Yep, middle management material through and through.  Random air quotes around words that don't need them, a noticeable lack of wit when responding to others and baseless assumptions about the people around him that attempt to mask his numerous failures.

Pretty sure I worked for someone like you...  20 years ago when I was a teen bagging groceries and still had to put up with double digit IQ bosses.
 
2013-02-13 04:53:52 PM

m00: Can one of the high-IQ geniuses on this thread give me a quantitative definition of "Intelligence"?


It's the quantity measured by an intelligence test. Duh.

But in all seriousness, all the people saying their IQ's are 160, or 180, or 210, are full of the brown stuff. The Mensa cutoff is 98%. After about 99%, you measure in 9's, not in the raw numerical score of the test. So for example, Intertel is two 9's (99%), ISPE is three 9's (99.9%), and it goes all the way up to Mega which is six 9's (99.9999%).

Anyone who claims an IQ over two 9's and has not been evaluated by a psychologist is full of BS. Stanford-Binet etc do not work in those ranges.
 
2013-02-13 05:10:13 PM

g4lt: Pochas: Spaced Cowboy: g4lt: ITT, a DSW over who has the highest IQ.   Also ITT, all these "smart people" failing to point out that their massive brains are on hold for most of their lives whilst they flip burgers for a living, if they're not just living in mommy's basement

ITT, sad middle managers, promoted only because it was less paperwork than firing them, come in here and lament the fact that even the 18 year old interns laugh at him daily for being such a useless, middle age farkup.

/odds are I'm hitting closer to home than you are

Snap somebody call the burn ward.

Glad to see that "free wifi" is working out for you two, now GBTW, those burgers won't flip themselves...



Lol I am a research scientist, wtf do you do all day?  "Supervise" some spreadsheet drones?  You aren't even on my level.
 
2013-02-13 05:23:57 PM
Further proof that IQ tests aren't a very good assessment of intelligence.
 
2013-02-13 05:47:10 PM
Call me when she works out dark energy, dark matter or unites GM with QM. Until then, the geniuses are Hawking and Einstein.
 
2013-02-13 05:53:28 PM

waffle299: Call me when she works out dark energy, dark matter or unites GM with QM. Until then, the geniuses are Hawking and Einstein.


To be fair neither of them have either.
 
2013-02-13 06:32:10 PM

revrendjim: IQ scores become less valid as they get farther from the mean, simply because a lucky guess on one question can have a large effect. Once you are getting scores above about three standard deviations (145) all you can say with certainty is that the person probably has an IQ greater than 145. To give a precise numerical value is meaningless. Of course a highly intelligent person would know that.


I was wondering why someone like Einstein or Hawkins would only score 160.
 
2013-02-13 06:33:27 PM

kg2095: revrendjim: IQ scores become less valid as they get farther from the mean, simply because a lucky guess on one question can have a large effect. Once you are getting scores above about three standard deviations (145) all you can say with certainty is that the person probably has an IQ greater than 145. To give a precise numerical value is meaningless. Of course a highly intelligent person would know that.

I was wondering why someone like Einstein or Hawkins would only score 160.


And not forgetting Hawking as well. It's no fun getting old...
 
2013-02-13 06:35:56 PM

mephisto_kur: "everybody before me had got around the 130 mark"

Invalid test.


Yep, that sounds very strange. Very few people would score as high as 130.
 
2013-02-13 08:21:49 PM
the mensa test is heavily skewed towards memory and is inaccurate over 097.
its a club for intellectuals, not intelligent people.
 
2013-02-13 09:18:58 PM
I've never had an IQ test, and I wonder how I'd score.  I figure either I've done pretty well for an average guy, or I've squandered a moderately high intelligence.
 
2013-02-13 09:43:39 PM

Pochas: g4lt: Pochas: Spaced Cowboy: g4lt: ITT, a DSW over who has the highest IQ.   Also ITT, all these "smart people" failing to point out that their massive brains are on hold for most of their lives whilst they flip burgers for a living, if they're not just living in mommy's basement

ITT, sad middle managers, promoted only because it was less paperwork than firing them, come in here and lament the fact that even the 18 year old interns laugh at him daily for being such a useless, middle age farkup.

/odds are I'm hitting closer to home than you are

Snap somebody call the burn ward.

Glad to see that "free wifi" is working out for you two, now GBTW, those burgers won't flip themselves...


Lol I am a research scientist, wtf do you do all day?  "Supervise" some spreadsheet drones?  You aren't even on my level.


Yanno, this is like comedy found gold  Seriously,

i645.photobucket.com

I don't know precisely WHAT I did to rile you and your sock-puppeteer up, but I'll sure as hell take credit for it, because apparently it hit really close to home.  Either way, it's clear that you have a major problem with your life, because normal happy people don't respond to this kind of snark with that amount of butthurt.  I mean, I was a "research scientist" once too, when I was fifteen.  I just happened to not particularly think that my life was cut out for doing fish counts and harvesting roe.  So you can put that thing away, we really don't need to take a tape measure to it, we'll take your farking word for it.  Yes, your ePeen is six whole inches, sure, we'll allow you that claim.  In this life, you can either talk the talk or walk the walk, and guess what you're doing.  Me?  I just laughed at all you all waving around those ePeens like they were something worth caring about.  HINT: They're not.
 
2013-02-13 10:14:28 PM

g4lt: Pochas: g4lt: Pochas: Spaced Cowboy: g4lt: ITT, a DSW over who has the highest IQ.   Also ITT, all these "smart people" failing to point out that their massive brains are on hold for most of their lives whilst they flip burgers for a living, if they're not just living in mommy's basement

ITT, sad middle managers, promoted only because it was less paperwork than firing them, come in here and lament the fact that even the 18 year old interns laugh at him daily for being such a useless, middle age farkup.

/odds are I'm hitting closer to home than you are

Snap somebody call the burn ward.

Glad to see that "free wifi" is working out for you two, now GBTW, those burgers won't flip themselves...


Lol I am a research scientist, wtf do you do all day?  "Supervise" some spreadsheet drones?  You aren't even on my level.

Yanno, this is like comedy found gold  Seriously,

[i645.photobucket.com image 400x398]

I don't know precisely WHAT I did to rile you and your sock-puppeteer up, but I'll sure as hell take credit for it, because apparently it hit really close to home.  Either way, it's clear that you have a major problem with your life, because normal happy people don't respond to this kind of snark with that amount of butthurt.  I mean, I was a "research scientist" once too, when I was fifteen.  I just happened to not particularly think that my life was cut out for doing fish counts and harvesting roe.  So you can put that thing away, we really don't need to take a tape measure to it, we'll take your farking word for it.  Yes, your ePeen is six whole inches, sure, we'll allow you that claim.  In this life, you can either talk the talk or walk the walk, and guess what you're doing.  Me?  I just laughed at all you all waving around those ePeens like they were something worth caring about.  HINT: They're not.


I made it 2, maybe 3 lines into that hot mess.  That's a huge wall of mad for a dude that claims not to be mad.

farm4.staticflickr.com
 
2013-02-13 10:26:21 PM

sethen320: Who the fark is Hawkins?


Came here to say this. Subs is stupid.
 
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