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Postby Gilbert » Mon Feb 11, 2019 12:23 am

Greetings feeble-minded individuals,

My name is Gilbert and I have the audacity to tell you that I am a genius. Some people get songs stuck in their head; I get random clinical terms stuck in mine. I am quite respected as an intellectual; even from my fiercest critics, as they recognize that I am shrewdly honest, logical, and rational. I have an IQ of 171 and thus I cannot understand most people. Unfortunately, my brain naturally runs faster than most people's. I miss having intellectually stimulating conversations with virtuosos such as myself. Ever since I first taught psycholinguistics in 1990, I've been collecting lexically or syntactically ambiguous headlines. Furthermore, I know quite a bit more about nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy than I would like to. I suppose you could call these my diversions. Honestly, I am not impressed by mediocrity. However, that doesn't preclude me from learning from my own failures. I'm the type of individual to focus on the technologies that I think are in their ascendancies. I would label myself as a mathematics champion of the highest caliber. However, this is not enough for me. I want to be the greatest mathematician of all time. I am a talented scientist and I've taught myself everything there is to know about investing and computer science. I want to take calculated risks to improve myself. Even if I lose everything physically, the experience will be worth ten times the risk. It amazes me that, despite how easy it is to become intelligent in this age of technology, people choose to remain ignorant. Luckily, high IQ geniuses such as Elon Musk and myself can carry our doomed species. You'll be thanking me later.

PM Conditions: If you can't say it in front of everyone else, don't say it at all. To the simpletons who don't understand, do not PM me unless you can engage in an in-depth conversation about college-level quantum physics with an expert (me) on the subject.

This concludes my introduction. Feel free to get back to whatever menial activity you were previously doing. 

~ Gilbert
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