<quoted text>A graduate of MIT, would have better grammar and spelling than you do. Your shallow facade is collapsing foreign propagandist, or DNC shill. <¦-o
Is that because you are too lazy or incapable of doing it yourself?<quoted text>
I told you that I wasn't an English major.
My work is edited by someone interested in such things and willing to make what I write readable.
How very convenient for you.<quoted text>Can I prove it? Indeed.
However, that would involve providing my name. Something I am not obliged to do.
What are you, twelve?<quoted text>If you can come up with a question only an MIT graduate can answer... I would be happy to oblige. A question only a physicist could answer would serve just as well.
LOL!! Are you sure you didn't mean 14.2?<quoted text> My IQ is only 142.
Like I asked before; what color is the sky in your world?<quoted text> Meager considering those I was with.
Sour grapes, skippy, sour grapes.<quoted text>But, a 160 IQ and 5 bucks leaves you a dollar short at starbucks. IQ is only your potential to grasp new concepts. Hardly a definitive measurement of one's intellect.
Does your tinfoil hat help you to communicate with the space aliens?<quoted text>I think the smartest and definitely most innovative student that I shared a course with had a 130.
My field is astrophysics. I have a degree in general relativity as well.
I'll bet you're the tallest kid in your class, aren't you? And the only one with a five o'clock shadow. Enjoy the seventh grade while you can!<quoted text>It isn't exactly what you would call a high paying gig. You do it for the love of the cosmos. I make enough consulting for V.I.P.E.R. to get by. I worked for UPS throughout school and have continued that job to this day. For part time work... the benefits are impeccable. In addition, it is highly physical and keeps me in shape.
(BTW... V.I.P.E.R. is just a flashy name for PENN's energy research program.)