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Vinny 3 month s ago
#8 LOL... millennials and their inability to comrehend history or the idea something existed before them.
       
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Myrtle 3 month s ago
Vinny,

lol okay boomer
       
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Kaye 3 month s ago
Myrtle,
Nice childish response.
       
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Tave 3 month s ago
Kaye,

A childish response for a childish comment. It fits.
       
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Bella 3 month s ago
This is literally the exact same post from last week, but in a different order. #1 is not true at all. I've done the research.
       
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Midge 3 month s ago
Bella,
so you being the evidence is merely anecdotal. i work with hundreds of scientists at university. sure they can be good in their field, but almost all can't count money accurately nor fill out a travel reimbursement form where it says NAME at the top.
       
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Wallace 3 month s ago
Midge, no, he’s right. They are much smarter than the average person. Being able to count money or fill out a form really isn’t a meaningful measure of intelligence. Meaningful intelligence requires abstract thought and an ability to assemble enormous amounts of data in to logical patterns.
       
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Greenberry 3 month s ago
Wallace, but let's not miss the important thing here; that Midge, despite claiming to work at a university alongside hundreds of scientists, is still unable to construct a grammatically correct sentence, or comprehend the importance of capitalized pronouns. Which suggests the "smart" isn't rubbing off, and as such could formulate a fresh @quikipedia Quite Interesting fact.
       
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Deborah 3 month s ago
Greenberry,

Plus the fact that midgy poo has spouted many Qanon type conspiracy crap...
The fact is that there's no university where hundreds of scientists work. If he works at a university it's as a janitor. Not that there are no janitors that are smart, but if you think you work with them, you're clearly not.
       
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Ed 3 month s ago
it is most definitely not illegal to swear anywhere in MA... Have you ever been to Boston?
       
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Chester 3 month s ago
#21 Of coarse........climate change.
       
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Onnie 3 month s ago
Chester,
And it's those 6 kg (0.945 stone, for those U.S. measurement mockers) of candles in #20 causing climate change.
Greta know about that?
       
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Jettie 3 month s ago
Chester, This post serves to disqualify everything I've read on this list.
       
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Melia 3 month s ago
#9 So do dogs. And at a much higher level than cats.
       
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Rollo 3 month s ago
#11 lucky that the us does not suffer from such shortage
       
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Rollo 3 month s ago
#2 the [email protected]#K comes up with that idea
       
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Thaney 3 month s ago
#19 I call bullsh#t
       
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Dalton 3 month s ago
#4 Oh, do tell...
       
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Lola 3 month s ago
#1 I guess it depends on how you define "smarter". They do tend to have higher than average IQ's.
       
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Ree 3 month s ago
#6 This "religious" based timescale was based on careful mathmatics of generations using the bible as reference for Jesus's lineage line in the old testiment. People actually belive it, like literally all scientific thought is wrong to them because of it. They even twist what science they can't refute, to match... see dinosaur footprint over human print (theres +3 of them all different, obviously carved)
       
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Tave 3 month s ago
Ree,

Christians will believe anything fantastical and nothing there's proof of.
       
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