Sunday, August 29, 2010

Genuine Intellect Is Rarely Self-Congratulatory

There's a lot of smart people out there. There's even more people, out there, who just think they're smart. It's generally easy to tell the two apart, though.
The one's who are truly smart are generally off doing "smart things". The truly smart are the ones that are actually doing something about their world rather than just talking about how smart they are.

Observationally speaking, most of the people I've encountered who've proclaimed their own intelligence, their own statuses as "intellectuals" and, particularly, their own superiority, just ain't all that much better than "average".

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