IQ tests aren't really relevant to determining "intelligence" per se. A person can have a high IQ yet be so socially clumsy as to render them a fool in the eyes of the public. Rather than cite some arbitrary test result that supposedly confirms intelligence, speak and allow others to make that assessment themselves.Chadwick knows about the test I am talkIng about or maybe not....
What does *THAT* have to do with what I said?teslacoils2006 wrote:So this is about matching socks and making sure your hair is combed. Looking sharp for the collective or institutionalized people. Did you see the graph of different capabilities? The institution says I.Q is relevant.
I prefer shorts, a tee-shirt, and flip-flops. Unfortunately, my employer expects a suit and tie.teslacoils2006 wrote:I know you Chadwick I studied your internet presence. You would put different colored socks on just to say you can.
The sordid details of an artist's life are irrelevant to appreciating their talent. If you like his paintings then you enjoy his genius.Just like the modern art just like Piccasso who was trapped by the institution and escaped. He knew the photograph was replacing portrait artists and escaped into his imagination. If you do not know this you can not enjoy Piccasso's genius.
Huh? What in the world are you talking about?Chadwick I enjoy seeing others at the same level as me but I am saddened you are so chained down by the system.
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