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November 30th, 2008 @3:39 am  

So where does “Feeder of Cats” or “Mower of the Grass” come in? “Boiler of the Spaghetti?” “Disc Defragmenter?” I’m all of those, but I don’t see them listed. What gives?

jonathan Said,
June 24th, 2009 @3:25 pm  

yaeh right, medics have higher QI then everyone else…

Woosk Said,
June 24th, 2009 @6:47 pm  

Na i think network engineers do

Francisco Said,
June 29th, 2009 @6:03 pm  

Ok So let´s see, the sharpest of the block are lawyers, doctors, maths &engineers, and college professors. Ok, very well, but I think that you should put into the group social scientists. Their work is to make/propose theories based on empirical information. That includes economists, and I don´t think that anyone like that has less than 130. Also, you should put writers, more often than not they create completely new worlds out if nowhere or based on a unique interpretation of society.

ZaD MoFo Said,
July 29th, 2009 @1:11 am  

What about the IQ to become a politician?
They run everything!

bob Said,
August 19th, 2011 @2:11 am  

Interesting but note IQ is a dated system which measures generally analytical, spatial and mathematical abilities. It lacks measurements for many other aspects of the human experience such as creative, emotional, intuitive, etc. There is so much more to measure of a human being’s potential.

and no I’m not dissing it cause I got a low score… 120 with a week of no sleep – ICT industry.

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