ahahaha chris is gonna answer my marilyn vos savant email. this is like an early christmas present.Woot rodriguez 19:19, 15 December 2009 (CET)
He still thinks the only way Shecameforcwc.jpg could scare someone is if they have no idea what sex is. It just baffles the mind.--Beat 20:19, 19 December 2009 (CET)
I assume that by this he's talking about how he believes people with aspergers are trying to discredit people with autism, or whatever insane shit he came up with in that old aspergers message he made in his Wiki. GUInterface 21:46, 19 December 2009 (CET)
- I guess that makes sense, but if that's the case he's effectively calling every High-Functioning autistic retarded too.--Beat 22:40, 19 December 2009 (CET)
- No, cause, see, HFA is NOTHING LIKE autism, he has decided, and the scientists are all evil for even SUGGESTING it is! Srsly, we have to find out why he hates asspies so much. Did an asspie tease him in school? Steal his Sonichu? Kick him in the balls? What? --sonichuis44 23:25, 19 December 2009 (CET)
I'm calling bullshit on the 150 IQ. That's incredibly high. Even if we accept the possibility that Chris is merely socially retarded and could be quite intelligent in other ways, there's no way he could have an IQ like that and still fall for all the shit he falls for.
What gets me though, is that lies like this one, and the one a few mailbags back about why he got kicked out of his church throw everything he says into question. Are there other things in the mailbags we can no longer take at face value?--Beat 17:19, 20 December 2009 (CET)
- Oh, it's definitely bullshit. I'm guessing he took one of those online "90% of people get this ridiculously simple question wrong!" quizzes, and decided it was a real IQ test, especially since it confirmed what he already believed. Average IQ is 100, and 130 is genius; 150 would be Stephen Hawking level. But I really think it's fairly easy to see when he's bullshitting and when he's not, and most of the stuff we get from him is "what I think about x topic" stuff anyway, so it doesn't really matter. --sonichuis44 17:27, 20 December 2009 (CET)