Out of the ones with their IQ listed, the only one with a higher IQ than me(176, but I'm too damn lazy to do anything with it. ) is James Woods. For some reason, it just feels right.
You know, I've never taken a real IQ test to find out where I'm at, but 176 is damn good. The ones I took said I was over 160, but they had no merit because they were so short. Thought about taking the Mensa exam one time just to do it, but I figured I didn't need to.
Anyhow, isn't Danica McKellar also a celebrity who is smart as hell? A mathematician or something like that?
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Post by Gerard Gerard on Dec 24, 2010 10:15:54 GMT -5
I find the practice of advertising IQ scores to be wholly and woefully vulgar. Also, the desire to do so undermines the fact a bit, no? I mean, if you're supposed to be amongst those most worthy of representing the gene pool, the pinnacle of us as a very race, why would you advertise it? You wouldn't need to, you'd be too busy being smart.
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If getting knocked up while in your teens designates you as a celebrity, than being a professional wrestler should easily do the same.
In my eyes he is not a celebrity. Has nothing to do with profession. Guys like John Cena or Mysterio are celebrities, Raven....I just don't see him as one.
Raven is a celebrity. He may not be a big one, but between ECW,WCW,TNA, and WWF/E he has had long term national exposure to a wide audience. I say that if there are at least a million people out there who you've never met, yet they know who you are then you are at least a minor celeb infamous, or famous.
More power to them for having high IQs, but I was more impressed with those who had their educations and other achievements listed in these brief bios. Like, Quentin Tarantino has an IQ of 160, but he dropped out of high school. Okay, whatever.
But Dolph Lundgen went to the Royal Institute of Technology in Stockholm, Sweden. He received a master’s degree in chemical engineering from the University of Sydney, New South Wales, Australia, in 1982, and the next year was awarded a Fulbright Scholarship to MIT. Now that's pretty damn impresive.
Jodie Foster is only three points smarter then me. But I had a couple of concussions over the years. Also the IQ test was done on the internet I forgot the sites name but it had about 175 questions. Meh oh well.