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Good stuff, Wr1t3r!!! :0)
nice analogy, CrescentSkies. I like that you point out that intelligence doesn't quite last forever, maybe just a few more decades lol.
The other side of the story is that some religions believe marriage lasts in the afterlife, so choose really REALLY well or you may not have much to look forward to :3
Interesting. I guess I always thought that attractive people tend to have more fun. As in, they find it easier to be invited to places, people, etc....
I'm not about to argue with Judge Judy! lol
Very true, and good point about thinking long term. I would say that looks fade much faster than intelligence lol
"thick as a piece of rope" - lol. I'm going to add that to "dumb as rocks" and other similar phrases.
But how many models actually make it in that cut-throat industry?
Very few people make it as models as it is an extremely competitive and cutthroat field.
I think that is kind of sad, but true in many cases, jaydawg808. as they are both traits that one is either lucky to have or not, they should at least be rewarded equally. Thank you for being one of the lone dissenting opinions! Great point.
"fierce intelligence" - love that! thanks for your response, and I definitely agree.
lol I guess whatever works for you, right? thanks!
Sort of like an "ignorance is bliss" thing i guess. Very good point. Thanks!
Excellent point minikitten! Very true - at the end of the day, people will remember how you made them feel rather than what you looked like or how intelligent your words were.
So true: like a Dr. who is very knowledgeable but poor bedside manner, doesn't really want to make you go back again. So knowledge isn't everything unless you are balanced and well rounded, (emotionally ,mentally and physically)
And as Einstein said, "The difference between genius and stupidity...is that genius has its limits." :0)
@CJ - love it! And so true....
In a similar vein, Einstein is also reputed to have said: 'Only two things are infinite, the universe and human stupidity, and I'm not sure about the former'
Good point, duffsmom.
I agree, philli.
well said, LouTucci.
lol, true. definitely want to avoid dementia :)
Kind of like a person can be "book smart" but not "street smart" right? Good point. Thanks for responding.
Very well put, CJ. Especially that last sentence. Thank you for your response.
no argument here!