The International High IQ Society does not want me.
I took their verbal IQ test and scored 123-- 3 points shy of the 126 needed to join the ranks of geekdom. I could probably take it again and pay attention (who really concentrates on the web, anyway? I've been conditioned to skim and scan, especially while on break at work.) But then again, some of the questions would never have come to me. I know when I don't know something.
I wonder how they decide how to figure out how smart a person is. The questions seem to be mainly based on book-learning, not innate smartness. I suppose that factor would be too difficult to measure, but I'm going to complain anyway because I don't have a college education and my last school day was 10 years ago. Most of my book-learning is long gone.