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217.“Though intelligence is talked about openly, it is inferred. It is really an observational labeling of capability. We design “tests” which are nothing more than queries of micro capability, mostly of a written nature. We then as a society use this “metric” as a placement guide for that individual. Ironically, intelligence takes a back seat to the simple attribute of social acceptance, which is a complex combination of looks and personality. Many very intelligent people have died “poor” as defined by Western society, but rarely does such a fate fall on someone possessing allot the latter category.”

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