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Anaconda, Family, and Life: Search Quora Add Home Answer Notifs You Feed Journalism Statistics (academic discipline FROM YOUR DIGEST My IQ is easily above 195 (15SD) and X tested, yet on both sides of my family everyone scores around 100-115. How would you explain this given the information from psvchology experts saying intelligence is hereditary? Well, now, I would have thought that a person with an IQ of above 195 would be able to look that kind of thing up, without having to consult Quora. Especially since you are, by your own account, so very very gifted: I want to learn all concepts of math in a day, and Open in app Search Quora Add Home Answer Notifs You Feed Journalism Statistics (academic discipline Well, now, I would have thought that a person with an IQ of above 195 would be able to look that kind of thing up, without having to consult Quora Especially since you are, by your own account, so very very gifted: I want to learn all concepts of math in a day, and no that's not difficult for me. However, all things pertaining to learn math, OR ANYTHING IS SOOOO SLOW! "HEY! LET'S TAKE 36 YEARS TO TEACH THIS PROFOỦNDLY GIFTED MALE ALL CONCEPTS TO EVERYTHING AND WATCH HIM SUFFER IN AGONY! BWAHAHAHAHAHAHA!!!" Khan Academy sucks mad balls, no disrespect to the creator or the creator of ALEKS I do not need to sit in lectures or do homework, just give me the user manual and a couple of real life scenarios of how it works and I'm set for life That's a quote from Lazarus C. Murdoch's answer to What's the toughest thing about having ADHD? Open in app 7:12 Search Quora Add Home Answer Notifs You Feed Journalism Statistics (academic discipline That's a quote from Lazarus C. Murdoch's answer to What's the toughest thing about having ADHD? And yet, someone who believes he can easily learn all concepts of math in a day' still needs to ask this question: Why do people drink coffee everv morning? Come now, sir. If you were as gifted as you believe yourself to be, you would already have the answers You would be teaching us. So, to answer your question (lest I be thought to have not done so), your IQ is clearly not over 195 I hope this was helpful Edit: Comments have been disabled I am profoundly uninterested in people quibbling about IQ matters in my comments sections. Profoundly. Open in app Quora is a special place

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Ass, Basketball, and Booty: When a nigga said good game & you was on the bench There’s a borderline between savagery and disrespect. Dunking on a nigga with ur sack on his nose like a set of glasses is savagery. Telling ya momma suck my dick is disrespectful, but this right here, chief said ain’t it. This will get your ticket punch and teeth knocked straight out. It’s my junior high school basketball team. We nothing but a bunch of brown shirts from 2k. The tallest kid was 5’7 and our Coach, Mr.Andre breath smelled like booty residue. Nigga be yelling out plays and my nose takes a time out. During practice we ain’t do nothing but layup lines and watch him miss shots he said we should make. Lead by example my nigga. We on our way for the first game of the season. The bus ride coach giving us a prep talk but nobody listening. One kid even yelled out” didn’t your wife leave you?”. Like this dude was a joke! We get to the gym and it’s like we in the wrong ball division. They tallest player could slap box God on his knees. These was not no “8th graders”. I look across the court and the coach does a full blown 360 Vince carter dunk with a Backwood behind his ear. I swore I seen one of them pull up with his son. My ass ain’t leave that bench once. Coach was so disrespectful. Half time came and when we headed to the locker room he told me it was best I stayed where I was. Our squad ended up getting smacked 90 to 23. These boys done ran up the score for no reason. One nigga went got his dick suck and came back for buckets. End of game we dapping everyone up. Thier coach came up to our coach like good game. Coach Dre got so heated and tried to throw a hit. Outta no where they 5ft pg with hoop mixtape bunnies hop on our coach back and it was the end for him. Coach Dre got stomped out in the gym. Refs was watching ain’t even passing out techs. We not invited to IS 38 no mo.They had the nerve to say “Good game”. Ain’t shit good about this game. I was more mad about not playing then the L. Coach Andre got stomped out in they home gym. It was quiet bus ride back to school. Coach Andre resigned after we went 0-10. Caption: @genuineguy
Ass, Basketball, and Booty: When a nigga said good game & you was on the bench There’s a borderline between savagery and disrespect. Dunking on a nigga with ur sack on his nose like a set of glasses is savagery. Telling ya momma suck my dick is disrespectful, but this right here, chief said ain’t it. This will get your ticket punch and teeth knocked straight out. It’s my junior high school basketball team. We nothing but a bunch of brown shirts from 2k. The tallest kid was 5’7 and our Coach, Mr.Andre breath smelled like booty residue. Nigga be yelling out plays and my nose takes a time out. During practice we ain’t do nothing but layup lines and watch him miss shots he said we should make. Lead by example my nigga. We on our way for the first game of the season. The bus ride coach giving us a prep talk but nobody listening. One kid even yelled out” didn’t your wife leave you?”. Like this dude was a joke! We get to the gym and it’s like we in the wrong ball division. They tallest player could slap box God on his knees. These was not no “8th graders”. One of them had a son. I look across the court and the coach does a full blown 360 Vince carter dunk with a Backwood behind his ear. I swore I seen one of them pull up with his son. My ass ain’t leave that bench once. Coach was so disrespectful. Half time came and when we headed to the locker room he told me it was best I stayed where I was. Our squad ended up getting smacked 90 to 23. These boys done ran up the score for no reason. One nigga went got his dick suck and came back for buckets. End of game we dapping everyone up. Thier coach came up to our coach like good game. Coach Dre got so heated and tried to throw a hit. Outta no where they 5ft pg with hoop mixtape bunnies hop on our coach back and it was the end for him. Coach Dre got stomped out in the gym. Refs was watching ain’t even passing out techs. We not invited to IS 38 no mo.They had the nerve to say “Good game”. Ain’t shit good about this game. I was more mad about not playing then the L. Coach Andre got stomped out in they home gym. It was quiet bus ride back to school. Coach Andre resigned after we went 0-10.
America, Colin Kaepernick, and Dad: My wife and I will NEVER purchase another NIKE product again. 'Gold Star Dad Garland Mason' Nike has endorsed Colin Kaepernick's disrespect of the American flag.. Nike now features him in a “Just Do It” campaign, along with a quote that reads: “Believe in something. Even if it means sacrificing everything.” Nike's vice president of brand for North America 'Gino Fisanotti' added... "We believe Colin is one of the most inspirational athletes of this generation, who has leveraged the power of sport to help move the world forward." As parents of a fallen soldier 'Mr Fisanotti' I can assure you , our son, and many others like him, also sacrificed everything... our son sacrificed his yesterdays, todays, and tomorrows for the flag that Kaepernick chooses to disrespect. Our son sacrificed his life so that others may know freedom. Unlike Colin Kaepernick, our son was not being paid millions of dollars a year when he made his sacrifice for our great nation. Sixteen days before being killed in action, our son was asked by another paratrooper how he felt about being in Iraq, he replied... "This is a time in our life that we're making history, this is our moment. We all chose to come into the military, knowing that we could be sent over here, but we chose to do it anyway... because we choose to believe the patch (the American flag) we wear on our right shoulder stands for something that's greater than who we are, or where we come from... we're the fabric that holds the flag together." -CPL Chris Mason 12 Nov 2006-

My wife and I will NEVER purchase another NIKE product again. 'Gold Star Dad Garland Mason' Nike has endorsed Colin Kaepernick's disrespect ...