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  1. #461
    Originally Posted by Rob.Singer View Post
    Because kew is such an addict with nothing but weakness that defines him, he just can't help himself. Now he further embarrasses himself with all these namby-pamby excuses on why he was basically forced to pop back on again--as if controlled remotely like a wimpy little puppet.
    Even redietz isn't condoning this pathetic behavior.
    It is pretty clear that Rob is infatuated with me....in Love with the idea of me. God knows what takes place in that mangled fantasy world of his. Give it up you fat, old, Larry Fine looking reject. It ain't going to happen.

  2. #462
    I thought I was a liar but kewlJ has me crushed in that department.
    kewlJ probably is better at cheating and stealing compared to me too.
    I'm slipping.
    Getting old.

  3. #463
    Originally Posted by monet View Post
    I thought I was a liar but kewlJ has me crushed in that department.
    kewlJ probably is better at cheating and stealing compared to me too.
    I'm slipping.
    Getting old.
    You are slipping and can't get up. They will need a crane to lift your fat ass.

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    At this rate you might as well go over to WoV and GF to complete the Trifecta.

  5. #465
    Originally Posted by monet View Post
    At this rate you might as well go over to WoV and GF to complete the Trifecta.
    What is it to you where and when I post? Why do you feel the need to tell anyone else what to do?

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    Originally Posted by kewlJ
    What is it to you where and when I post? Why do you feel the need to tell anyone else what to do?
    It's an adult version of "Whack a Mole."

    Find a forum, find a target, then "Whack!"

    Good sport.
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  7. #467
    Originally Posted by kewlJ View Post
    Originally Posted by monet View Post
    I thought I was a liar but kewlJ has me crushed in that department.
    kewlJ probably is better at cheating and stealing compared to me too.
    I'm slipping.
    Getting old.
    You are slipping and can't get up. They will need a crane to lift your fat ass.
    Now kew refers to anyone who scores a direct hit on him as a fatso!
    Smartmoney says this self-made fool/lost soul has been eating himself into oblivion lately just to ease the pain.

    Imagine the awkwardness in the kew ratty condo when he tries explaining this forums-wide beat down to baby bro while he's eating his ass.

  8. #468
    More of "the black guy" Rob Singer seeking my attention.

    Happy MLK day to you Rob.

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    Originally Posted by kewlJ View Post
    Happy MLK day to you Rob.
    I was listening to some MLK speeches earlier today: great stuff, poignant and still relevant.
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    Originally Posted by kewlJ View Post
    Originally Posted by jbjb View Post
    We didn't get Rob gloating about Tom Brady beating KJ's Philadelphia Eagles? I'm disappointed.
    Jbjb, I don't know what is more pathetic? Rob desperately seeking my attention on several forums, or someone like you encouraging and cheering him on. I expect a little more from you. You have nothing else in your life than to cheer on the village idiot?

    Yes, I am an Eagles fan. That doesn't mean I bet on them today. It doesn't mean I bet on them most days. It doesn't mean I thought they would win today or were going to the Superbowl. It means I root for them, as I did today. So happens I made 1 wager this weekend, SF +3 and it won. Being a fan, I watch and am familiar with the team I root for. The Eagles weren't a legit playoff team. They played 6 teams that were in the playoff this year and went 0-6. They had 9 wins, 8 against teams with losing record. Of the 13 other teams in the playoffs, I am not sure they could have beaten anyone (maybe Pittsburgh). The Eagles playing a last place schedule, simply beat up on a lot of losing teams the second half of the season. I recognized that even before the season began, which is why my big bet involving the Eagles this year was over 6.5 wins. But that doesn't mean I think or thought they were a good team, a legit playoff team or anywhere close to a super bowl contender. It means I recognized they were playing a last place schedule and would win enough games against other bad teams to easily cover 7 wins. And they did.

    Jbjb, please stop with this kind of attempted baiting. I just don't care about the person that posts as Rob Singer anymore. He is irrelevant. I would say the single most irrelevant person on the gambling forums and that includes Tasha/Nathan. And frankly Rob is a complete idiot as far as gambling and advantage play. I can't think of a bigger idiot. He proves that almost every time he even opens his mouth about anything gambling related. Just this week, he called redietz 150-1 wager on Cincinnati to win the college football championship a losing and bad bet. He doesn't seem to be able to comprehend that bet was a huge winning bet as soon as Cincinnati made the college playoffs. Huge winning bet. The bet was never about them winning the championship. Does anybody really think Redietz was picking Cincinatti over a team like Alabama or Georgia? Only Rob. It was about making the playoff where you could hedge and guarantee a big win, which is exactly what Redietz did. I wouldn't have made that bet, but I don't study and know every team.

    That is just one example of how Rob doesn't understand a thing about any kind of gambling and AP play, and really about anything he ever says.

    So you guys can have your fun with Rob. I am over it.

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    How accurate is the algorithm?

    As accurate as one would expect such an algorithm to be. As "proof" I have run the algorithm on a few examples, and you can see that the results aren't surprising (nor should they be).

    - Stephen Hawking, using his last paper as the sample, achieves an IQ of 151.

    - Alexander Hamilton, using Federalist paper number 6 as the written sample, achieves an IQ of 166.

    - Testing different CNN reporters using their articles, I got IQs ranging from 102 to 127.

    - Testing different 5G-coronavirus conspiracy theorists using posts from one of their Facebook groups, I got IQs ranging from 75 to 89.



    Originally Posted by Rob.Singer View Post

    The fact that you and your "crew" got caught trying to scam someone is really bothering you comrade, isn't it. Your weird posts trying to mitiigate being exposed is almost priceless.

    File complaints? Why say something so dense when I've told you maybe a dozen times I neither save junk texts and phone calls, nor do I care about bringing criminal action against you and your sleazebags. How dumb has this caused you to be anyway? And who cares what address you put up--its probably in a queer neighborhood anyway.

    Bottom line is you are a liar and a fraud. You keep posting these desperate attempts because you've read everything I've written in the past. So you feel safe in acting like a jerk again.

    Since you're obviously so worried about this and how you're perceived, simply place double the money on your stupid "sure-thing locks" and the "automatic wins" will ease your pulsating pain.

    Methinks you wish you never gave my number(s) out.

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    Originally Posted by Garnabby View Post
    Originally Posted by tableplay View Post
    It's immaterial whether they have to do with Christ - I am talking about frequency of usage.
    Yes, but, "Hey, get with the program ... the VCT secret codeword-RIP calendar ---> We're Gettin' Closer to the Grave Each Day," addressed which calendar to use here. The RIP calendar is the the Julian calendar.

    As far as frequency of usages goes, the Julian calendar was around for about 1,600 years, versus the Gregorian calendar for about 400 years. There are other ways to look at frequency of usage. So, perhaps, it's fitting to thus continue to recognize it with some small award. Regardless, how else to recognize a new (old) award, but, with an old (New) Year's Day?

    The numerals, too, work out. January 13, 2022, Gregorian, was the last day of the Julian year, on December 31, 2021. 13 <---> 31. It would be nice were each day a Friday, or, the same day in general, but, the shift in days from one calendar to the other isn't two weeks. Here is a link to who observes the old New Year's Day. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Old_New_Year

    Now the current Julian year is 2774, and, the Gregorian one is 2022. Numerologically speaking, sort of balances out the 222-bit, with (2772 + 2) in 2022, and, 2772 in (2022 - 2). Lots of other considerations, such as 2774 = 73*(1 + 37) ---> 731_137; and 2772 = (73 - 10)*4*11 ---> 731_411, or, (4*10^1 + 7 + 30)(-1 + 37) ---> 411_731_137. 2772 = 2*1386 = 4*693, which has to do with Tesla's 369. Anyway, 2 inverts to 7 as ᘔ; the same way that 6 inverts to 9. Lots of strange very-basic patterns of the periodic table of chemical elements to do with 27, and 69. I won't get into the math that thus separates these digits, but, suffice it to say, it's one of the great discovers yet to be made.

    I guess that the only reason that people don't try for an even more-exact calendar is that no one knows what the future holds, say, what overall style of calendar will suit, then. Maybe, a sixteen month calendar for the people in the year 3000.

    Other things to do.

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    Last edited by Garnabby; 01-17-2022 at 06:48 PM.
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    Suckers think they are beating the house. It wins unless it lets you win, to give you an even worse beating.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xsa6ojQcYXQ

    Shut it down, Garnabby. ---> Anything, but a BS word.

    GFs pg. 455=178+277; sqrt(178X277=22+222^2)~222, as in https://discord.com/channels/4843422...04079147761715

    Also, 178+187=365. 277+277=555-1; 227+227=455-1.

  11. #471
    Originally Posted by Mission146 View Post
    Originally Posted by jbjb View Post
    We didn't get Rob gloating about Tom Brady beating KJ's Philadelphia Eagles? I'm disappointed.
    NAY, unbeliever! There is no need to speak about that which is a foregone conclusion of Revelation, of Divine Providence, when the true Messiah, your Lord and Savior, Tom Brady, smote with his mighty right hand the false prophet and purveyor of lies, that whoreson of Babylon, the one who the false idolaters call Hurts!

    The great reckoning befell Hurts and all of his flock of sinners. Let the flock retreat back to their nest wounded! Let them leave the field alive for your Lord and Savior is merciful and will afford even false idols a measure of dignity.

    You cannot best the 31 miracles, false prophet Hurts, for to run into the defenders of Tom Brady's domain is as running into a brick wall. You cannot run through a brick wall, nay, perhaps throw over it if you are of the grace and majesty of your true Lord and Savior...but you cannot! And, the reason why, is because you absolutely suck.

    You cannot throw with the wind in front of you or behind you, or to either side, but Brady...there is Tom Brady in all things which means that Tom Brady IS the wind, and the football and his receivers...and yes...Tom Brady is also the people watching at home and in the stands.

    https://vegascasinotalk.com/forum/sh...l=1#post137583
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    ESTIMATED IQ: 103 (ABOVE AVERAGE)



    The thing about napalm -- it's hard to ignite. But once it's lit, death and destruction are almost assured. It burns so hot that nominal contact causes second degree burns that are difficult to treat. Anything more than nominal contact and surviving becomes problematic.

    The United States has called itself a democracy all these decades while fostering an institutional skeleton that is essentially undemocratic. The electoral college, the Senate, and the Supreme Court are all undemocratic institutions. One man/one vote is not on their list of priorities.

    On Sunday, January 9, CNN's Fareed Zakaria hosted a special report, "The Fight to Save American Democracy." Zakaria is behind the times. The United States lost its status and label as a democracy two years ago. We are now considered an anocracy.

    The Democratic party, for decades, has tolerated the racist nature of the electoral college, the Senate, and the Senate vetting of the Supreme Court. Now these same built-in evasions of one man/one vote are being used by the GOP to hijack future presidential elections. Well, this was always a possibility. So don't be shocked that protocols designed to evade one man/one vote have become fascist tools.

    If you do the math, the biggest effect of the electoral college is valuing white votes over minority votes. And how does West Virginia, with a state population the same as Philadelphia, hold the agenda of an entire nation hostage? Biden won the presidency by eight million votes. West Virginia has fewer than two million people, yet here we are. An American president who won by eight million votes forced to negotiate policy with the don of The Mountain State. The inestimable Joe Manchin helms a populace that is somewhere between 93% and 94% white. Do you really think the Senate and the U.S. government would work this way if the occasional state was between 93% and 94% black? And Washington, D.C., with a population half that of West Virginia, is nowhere near statehood and two senators. How could it be? The D.C. population has a black plurality.

    Political napalm has always slicked the skin of the presumed American democracy. Now that this Trump-centric GOP has ignited it, both the democratic facade and the rotted guts of U.S. political institutions are afire. I shed no tears. The democracy-undermining problems have always been obvious, but have never been addressed. Hand me my fiddle. I love the smell of napalm in the morning.

    Redietz's blog, at Tuesday, January 11, 2022 https://theskepticalgambler.blogspot.com/
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    ESTIMATED IQ: 108 (ABOVE AVERAGE)



    "....the moral qualities that are required in the higher spheres of statesmanship [are not] those of a hero or a saint. Passionate earnestness and self-devotion, complete concentration of every faculty on an unselfish aim, uncalculating daring, a delicacy of conscience and a loftiness of aim far exceeding those of the average of men, are here likely to prove rather a hindrance than an assistance. The politician deals very largely with the superficial and the commonplace; his art is in a great measure that of skilful compromise, and in the conditions of modern life, the statesman is likely to succeed best who possesses secondary qualities to an unusual degree, who is in the closest intellectual and moral sympathy with the average of the intelligent men of his time, and who pursues common ideals with more than common ability.... Tact, business talent, knowledge of men, resolution, promptitude and sagacity in dealing with immediate emergencies, a character which lends itself easily to conciliation, diminishes friction and inspires confidence, are especially needed, and they are more likely to be found among shrewd and enlightened men of the world than among men of great original genius or of an heroic type of character."

    Abraham Lincoln https://www.gutenberg.org/files/3253...h/3253-h.htm#A
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    ESTIMATED IQ: 154 (EXCEPTIONALLY GIFTED)
    Last edited by Garnabby; 01-17-2022 at 08:09 PM.
    Every one /everyone knows it all. Yet, no thing /nothing is known by any one /anyone.

    Suckers think they are beating the house. It wins unless it lets you win, to give you an even worse beating.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xsa6ojQcYXQ

    Shut it down, Garnabby. ---> Anything, but a BS word.

    GFs pg. 455=178+277; sqrt(178X277=22+222^2)~222, as in https://discord.com/channels/4843422...04079147761715

    Also, 178+187=365. 277+277=555-1; 227+227=455-1.

  12. #472
    Barney, I thought you said the LID's bankroll was on the ropes. How did he get the scratch in order to attend the Bucs/Eags game (Boz I'm glad to hear you and your wife had a fun time at the game) ?
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  13. #473
    Garnabby,

    I would think that algorithm is likely junk. A trained writer in the U.S. is shooting for an audience whose reading level is sixth grade at best. So the algorithm may be helpful if you're taking entries from somebody's diary, but not if you're analyzing writing intended for audiences. Because the writing intended for a general audience is not an unedited work. It's always dumbed down.

    Have you ever read the studies regarding estimated education/expertise and writing style? I have. Basically, researchers sent different versions of the same article to journals for feedback and also presented different versions to study participants. The content was identical, but the difficulty to read was manipulated. The results were, of course, that the more manipulated and difficult to read, the more educated/expert the "authors" were presumed to be by both the journals and the study participants.

    There was something in the 50's and 60's that technical writers used called a "fog index." It measured length of sentences, length of words, number of clauses in sentences, and all that. The goal for writers was to lower their fog index to make the technical writing as readable as possible. I have had some assignments where I had to measure and reduce my own fog index. The U.S. military was especially bad for having some reports with terribly high fog indexes. The authors would likely have gotten serious IQ ratings from this algorithm, but what they were actually doing was mucking up the reports so responsibilities for what took place were hidden in passive voice and clauses strung together and as many multi-syllabic words as possible.

    So I would take this algorithm with the Dead Sea, so to speak.

  14. #474
    This is Barney

    When I first saw this picture it scared the shits out of me. It must have been how Alan felt when he first met AndrrwG

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    Originally Posted by Barney View Post
    This is Barney. When I first saw this picture it scared the shits out of me. It must have been how Alan felt when he first met AndrrwG
    No doubt he was beside himself.
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  16. #476
    That algorithm is obviously junk, but why use a sample of me being silly to have it score me?

    I picked a few different samples and got anywhere from 95-116; that's much too low. I guess it has been awhile since I've been formally IQ tested, but if it has slipped that much, I might as well just put a bullet in my head right now because I'll be full MR by the age of 41, at this rate.

    Also, what Redietz said. Even in my articles, I try to keep my writing to an 8th-12th grade range and I should think that the people reading me are more intelligent than average.

    Let's try this from the thread in which Mickey and I were discussing the Civil War:

    If the point is that most were guilty to some extent, sure, point granted. I don't see how any of this supports the notion of there being an all-loving God. I don't see how any of this is a defense of organized religion. It seems that religious leaders and churches were frequently on the front lines defending horrible policies and acts, in the name of God, anytime that horrible social events took place---from the Inquisition to Slavery and even beyond that. Whether the question be social policy, or science, the religious institutions almost always come down on the wrong side of it.

    More recently, you have the Catholic Church covering up for widespread child molestation. The Baptists have a tendency of being moral stalwarts, at least in what they say, on just about any subject you can think of...but also seem to be the ones most likely to protect their own and cover up for one another at the first sign of trouble.

    The religious teachings on marriage are such that wives might as well be slaves, depending on the denomination. Some churches, again as a formal entity, would excommunicate a woman for divorcing her husband when he has been unfaithful to her.

    With that said, everything is a tradeoff. If you want me to allow that the traditional family unit seems to yield the best economic results, on average, for children---sure, I'll grant that.

    That being said, at some point, you have to pick your priorities. I tend to think that one of my main priorities is personal freedom, regardless of the consequences. If there's one thing that the more extreme denominations/churches seem not to be able to accept, it is that not everyone is going to believe in God, much less follow the word of God and they should have sufficient faith that God will sort out the wicked from the good, so the laws of the land need not do try to do that for God as long as nobody is being harmed by the unholy act in question.

    Obviously, it also depends on how individual churches, and perhaps ministers, want to teach the Bible. It's a matter of interpretation, of course, but it's also something of a matter of what passages the churches want to focus on and how the message is delivered. 1 Timothy almost totally contradicts 2 Timothy, in this regard, but you don't seem inclined to get into much of a discussion as to the various verses...as I have cited a few.
    Estimated IQ: 106 (Above Average)

    Damn, took another one from that thread and I got 110. (I cheated; the 116 sample didn't come from here.)

    I'm still quite confident that I'm smarter than the algorithm is giving me credit for (also pursuant to the one formal IQ test I took), but on the other hand, I've never been as smart as I think I am---so who knows?

    Honestly, it wouldn't shock me if word length was half of the basis of the algorithm. It probably also wants a low ratio of articles and pronouns compared to other words, which would also influence word length.
    Last edited by Mission146; 01-18-2022 at 06:14 AM.

  17. #477
    Mission,

    I took a boatload of proctored IQ tests when I was a kid because I was a flagship kind of student. Scores ranged from mid-130's to low 170's. I took enough tests that there was going to be variance. The usual score was in the 140's. I'm sure I've dropped a few IQ points in the interim, although hard to tell for most people if degradation is due to loss of neurons or motivation to do well on tests.

    The problem with this algorithm is that the variance for a person would be off the charts depending on the sample chosen, rendering the algorithm fairly useless. Plus you could manipulate your own writing to score higher or lower. I saw a great Mentalist where a killer pulled a long con by faking a very low IQ.

  18. #478
    Originally Posted by redietz View Post
    Mission,

    I took a boatload of proctored IQ tests when I was a kid because I was a flagship kind of student. Scores ranged from mid-130's to low 170's. I took enough tests that there was going to be variance. The usual score was in the 140's. I'm sure I've dropped a few IQ points in the interim, although hard to tell for most people if degradation is due to loss of neurons or motivation to do well on tests.

    The problem with this algorithm is that the variance for a person would be off the charts depending on the sample chosen, rendering the algorithm fairly useless. Plus you could manipulate your own writing to score higher or lower. I saw a great Mentalist where a killer pulled a long con by faking a very low IQ.
    Let's look at something I just hammered out to prove my, excuse me, our point:

    In maintaining the position existence has no intrinsic meaning, my inclination is to focus on those things which are undeniably provable. Unlike many philosophers, for example, I'm disinclined to deny my very existence.

    However, given perspectivism, there's alarmingly little that is provable beyond existence itself. For example, individuals might make seemingly obvious observations such as, "The grass is green," and maintain that as some sort of absolute truth, but it isn't. Those who are visually monochromatic might accept this assertion as truth because they have no reason to contradict the observations of the majority, but the very nature of monochromatism renders that supposed truth incapable of being the truth for them.

    Similarly, those with advanced macular degeneration perhaps no longer experience grass as something to be experienced in the visual sense and only, 'Observe,' it with tactility.
    Estimated IQ: 144 (Genius)

    The estimated IQ score is getting warmer. Reading level, "College graduate."

    However, what did I express? Nothing, really. In an overly flowery way, I stated that the color of grass is not an absolute truth because the color of grass exists only from the perspective of the person observing it, though it is something most observers can agree upon. However, those who are either color-blind or whose vision has deteriorated to the extent that they don't see at all do not experience grass as green, therefore, the greenness of grass is not an absolute truth.

    It's true, but it's so true as to be obvious. If you are colorblind, then you do not see green, so from the colorblind person's perspective, the grass is not green. In fact, nothing is green.

    Dress that simple idea up enough and get a high score. Intelligence is about being able to understand, dissect and evaluate complex ideas, not literary skill in embellishing simple ones.

    I was considered a well above-average student, but I don't think I was ever considered a, 'Flagship,' student. I had a psychologist administer an IQ test that I paid for roughly twenty years ago because I was curious. My IQ score was 163, as I recall, but it drops over time, I've heard. I'd guess that I'm somewhere in the high-140's, at this point. In addition to age, I've also introduced copious amounts of alcohol and a couple additional concussions since then. LOL
    Last edited by Mission146; 01-18-2022 at 07:55 AM.

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    Originally Posted by redietz View Post
    So I would take this algorithm with the Dead Sea, so to speak.
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    How the States Got Their Shapes.

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    How the States Got Their Shapes is a US television series that aired on the History Channel. It is hosted by Brian Unger and is based on Mark Stein's book, How the States Got Their Shapes. The show deals with how the various states of the United States established their borders but also delves into other aspects of history, including failed states, proposed new states, and the local culture and character of various US states. It thus tackles the "shapes" of the states in a metaphorical sense as well as a literal sense.

    Each episode has a particular theme, such as how the landscape, language, or natural resources contributed to the borders and character of various US states. The show format follows Unger as he travels to various locations and interviews local people, visits important historical and cultural sites, and provides commentary from behind the wheel of his car as he drives from location to location. Interspersed with these segments are brief historical synopses by notable US historians
    Every thing happens for a reason, so, ultimately, there's no reason to go down the rabbit holes of the "minds" of even the greatest theoretical physicists. In fact, the best clues are the ones seldom looked for, but often overlooked. The atoms shape us while we shape them. As Einstein failed miserably to comprehend a universe in which his "thinking" was itself only a very insignificant and removed part, yet, almost universally, we write with 6's that invert to 9's, and, mark time with particular calendars, and notations. No, I couldn't care less about superstitions and the like, but, it's more than interesting how we come to write of and view such numerals.
    Every one /everyone knows it all. Yet, no thing /nothing is known by any one /anyone.

    Suckers think they are beating the house. It wins unless it lets you win, to give you an even worse beating.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xsa6ojQcYXQ

    Shut it down, Garnabby. ---> Anything, but a BS word.

    GFs pg. 455=178+277; sqrt(178X277=22+222^2)~222, as in https://discord.com/channels/4843422...04079147761715

    Also, 178+187=365. 277+277=555-1; 227+227=455-1.

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    But notice how soon the return to a subconscious, less studious, level of writing.

    Originally Posted by Mission146 View Post
    The estimated IQ score is getting warmer. Reading level, "College graduate."

    However, what did I express? Nothing, really. In an overly flowery way, I stated that the color of grass is not an absolute truth because the color of grass exists only from the perspective of the person observing it, though it is something most observers can agree upon. However, those who are either color-blind or whose vision has deteriorated to the extent that they don't see at all do not experience grass as green, therefore, the greenness of grass is not an absolute truth.

    It's true, but it's so true as to be obvious. If you are colorblind, then you do not see green, so from the colorblind person's perspective, the grass is not green. In fact, nothing is green.

    Dress that simple idea up enough and get a high score. Intelligence is about being able to understand, dissect and evaluate complex ideas, not literary skill in embellishing simple ones.

    I was considered a well above-average student, but I don't think I was ever considered a, 'Flagship,' student. I had a psychologist administer an IQ test that I paid for roughly twenty years ago because I was curious. My IQ score was 163, as I recall, but it drops over time, I've heard. I'd guess that I'm somewhere in the high-140's, at this point. In addition to age, I've also introduced copious amounts of alcohol and a couple additional concussions since then. LOL
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    Every one /everyone knows it all. Yet, no thing /nothing is known by any one /anyone.

    Suckers think they are beating the house. It wins unless it lets you win, to give you an even worse beating.

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    Shut it down, Garnabby. ---> Anything, but a BS word.

    GFs pg. 455=178+277; sqrt(178X277=22+222^2)~222, as in https://discord.com/channels/4843422...04079147761715

    Also, 178+187=365. 277+277=555-1; 227+227=455-1.

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