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As most of you have likely gleaned by now, I am a genius. If you picture the distribution of human intelligence looking like a bell, with one high point in the middle and the sides tapering downward, I'm very near the top of that bell, which is the point of highest intelligence on the bell. You could also call it a wishbone shape, and if you broke it in half I would be the smart half of the wishbone (or "bell"). If you were to ring the bell, I would say something smart, like "I have an opinion about politics," or "I read books with no pictures."

On the few occasions when I've met readers of this site, I've always been alarmed by their uncomprehending brows and apish gaits; this leads me to believe, by the principles of science and averages, that most of you are less smart than me and consequencely have no idea what being a genius is like. In this essay, I will tell you what it's like to be a genius; that's my introduction. My thesis is that being a genius is great, but it has its drawbacks.