Silencioso wrote:I don't accept IQ tests. The only thing IQ tests measure are a person's ability to do well on an IQ test. It's like measuring intelligence based on a person's ability to do a suduku or a crossword puzzle. At best all IQ tests measure are certain aspects of intelligence.
My IQ was 106 at the age of 12.
IQ tests require skills in logic but more so in mathematics, especially mathematics. My level of knowledge or use of mathematics is to it's minimum, I knew more when I was 3 years old, no joke.
So IQ tests are meaningless. Some of my friends know less math than I do, yet their level of street smarts is higher than mine or most people there, the reason they win fights or have the best girls.
On the other hand, some friends know more mathematics than some university professors in the West.
Overall, Macedonians are academically superior than people in the West because we're taught 20x more matieral in high school than American or Canadian youth who slack off for the most part while we take it seriously to heart.
Yet again, alot of Canadians and Americans have more street smarts than alot of Macedonians when it comes to enjoying the simple pleasures in life without giving a fuck what other village people think.
But overall, the amount of street smarts you'll gain here will be enough to take on the Italian mafia in New York, and fail of course.
I know this Bosnian guy in Burlington, close friend of my dad. He spent 2 years in prison in Bosnia for his activities in kafanas and street fighting with cops...
Then when the war came, he killed dozens of people and then escaped to Germany as a refugee. There he worked for the Serbian mafia as an enforcer and hitman.
Then he moved to Montreal and worked for the Rizzutos.
Now he's down here and works for the same company as the Calabrian boss. My dad(with his extremely close and personal Balkan, Swiss, Sicillian, French and Hungarian connections) and them two in the same company? Coincedence, must be.