Helandhighwater wrote:James S Saint wrote:equal2u wrote:I think my ideology is the correct one and all the differing ones are incorrect. So that makes me the most intelligent person out there.
Is that really what defines intelligence?
No that is what makes you a person with an opinion. I think it's not so much a misnomer as, given what he is saying here, an irony.
It depends on whether my opinion is correct or not. If my opinion that I'm a genius is correct then I am. If not then I'm not.
I was tempted to get out my comfy chair sit on it, and throw popcorn at my mouth, asking that question seemed to be pointless in that you already asked it now. The only question I would ask is how on Earth we would know or care about your magnificence if you are hanging about on an internet forum, and not walking the walk in what I loosely call the real world, so as to give us some position to really judge. Not that the real world is the be all and end all of everything but it sure helps to be recognised by these so called real people for something.
The internet is a part of the real world. My ideology doesn't lend itself to writing a book. Ideological books are supported by lots of references to similar expressed ideological positions in history. My genius elevates me so far ahead of any other human being in history that this kind of communication would not be appropriate. The best method for me to demonstrate my genius is on the internet, but unfortunately the intellectual shortcomings of my fellow users means my genius goes unrecognised.