She's the closest thing we have to Cirno until ZUN caves in
You posted her
She's also the best character
More important question. Why are retards almost always so sexy?
You're attracted to a lack of competence
It could be because you're threatened by people with intelligence
Or it could be because you're sadistic and want to take advantage of stupid people
Alternately, it could be that you're very nurturing and want to take care of them
But I am an android.
Don't bother, it's a bait.
>fell for the level upper meme
>gets into shitty avoidable situations on a daily basis and has to get bailed out by everyone
>her shenanigans led to the deaths of not one but two cute girls
She might not be the dumbest ever, but certainly the dumbest in raildex.
Subaru makes Aqua look intelligent in comparison. I think he might be the dumbest main character (in anime or manga) I've ever seen.
Actually it's probably more like 70-80% of people have average intelligence (average intelligence is a range, not an exact figure) with the rest being a mix of geniuses and retards.
It's easy to be knowingly surrounded by idiots even when below average intelligence
stupid people are also going to be more likely to voice stupid opinions which explains why many people develop a bias that inflates how many people they perceive as stupid
Not every dense character is dumb, but every dumb character is dense.
you guys are correct, that doesn't mean you're right.
Yes, in order to be considered "below average" you must be significantly below the median. You pretty much have to be at least halfway between the median and mentally handicapped to be considered "below average".
You also have to be halfway between the median and genius to be considered "above average".
>It's easy to be knowingly surrounded by idiots even when below average intelligence
Does this mean it's harder to recognize the intelligence of those around you the smarter you are?
Bingo. I think XKCD did a similar bit.
Probably. There's also the notion that incompetence can limit a person's ability to recognize both competence in others, and their own incompetence. The "Dunning–Kruger effect".
Oversimplified: The dumber you are, the smarter you're able to think you are.
I think it's also a matter of ego. You brain makes you look better than you do in the mirror, for example.
There was that one study that showed that 90 some odd percent of people rated themselves as having above average looks. Which is, of course, statistically impossible.
I wouldn't be surprised if everyone thought they were above average intelligence as well.
Also, everybody has there own pools of knowledge. A rocket scientist might know how to get to the moon, but a farmer might laugh at his inability to keep a houseplant alive.
People tend to think ignorance = stupidity and to think what is common sense for them should be common sense for others.
Or I guess I'm saying while you think you're surrounded by idiots, they probably think the same thing too.
Actually about 65%, assuming IQ follows a Gaussian distribution.
And retardation and genius are generally defined as more than two standard deviations below and above the mean, respectively, so you have that range of people who are stupid but not retarded and intelligent but not genius.
Ignorance is bliss. That makes sense, especially where self-reflection is non-existent.
Imo there are too many factors involved to just categorize people, in a general sense, when it comes to intelligence. We might be able to do that someday, but as of right now we're not even close.
You know it's true
How about dumb and based.
Jack 'motherfucking' Rakan.
>file chapter 11 for 10 business's of over 400
As for dumbest? Pic related she's a real birdbrain
Reminder: Rikka barely made above 50% on this test. She's an idiot canonically.
Yeah, but his solution to the immigration problem is a wall. A tactic that was outdated when the Mongols attacked.
Not to mention we have a good deal of smuggling activity in Florida, a state currently suffering from SEVERE Mexican border deficiency.
If he could accept his own mistakes with that stupid wall, I would take him far more seriously as a candidate.
Seriously, the solution is simply increasing border patrols' capabilities. You could create hundreds of unarmed predator drones for the price of the wall, and you could hire people to watch the monitors and fly the drones for the price of the walls maintenance.
japs draw their variable letters wierdly, actually why are there english letters and numbers there at all? do japs type out english numbers but speak japanese numbers? I'm not very knowledgeable about this
moonspeak doesn't really have letters, they have syllables. Besides, almost all of them are more intricate than Xs and Ys and Zs. Math is a universal language as well, so it's best just to stick to conventions.
Mexico built one and the cost of ineffectively securing the boarder outweighs the cost of a wall.
>"You should be able to solve this." meme
Fuck off, not everyone is good at math, nor is it their strong suit. And don't tell place everyone on your level, just because those problems look simple to you doesn't mean they're simply to others. If you were ask 100 random people on the street I'd bet you money that 90% of them would say Math was their worst/most hated subject, no offense to those that like Math.
I'm not bashing Math, I'm just pointing out that people who are good at Math tend to be somewhat arrogant and assume that everyone else around them is retarded because they can't do something that they consider simple. Someone could have a P.h.D in History or English and be an absolute retard in Math, it doesn't mean their overall intelligence is shit, it just means Math isn't an area they're good in.
TL;DR: You can take pride in being a wiz at Math without being a complete arrogant asshole about it.
Look at that map, the Guatemala/Mexico border is tiny. It's actually feasible to watch that wall. The Texas/Mexico border alone is almost 3 times the size, and border control is understaffed.
Hell,one of the criminals is famous for making tunnels.
Walls are stationary surveillance, drones are mobile. One has a chance of finding the exit to any tunnels built by finding people coming out of them, the other sits there looking intimidating.
>spend billions (trillions?) of dollars on an absolutely ridiculously sized high tech wall
>if it works, it prevents a few thousand illegal immigrants a year, probably putting about a few million dollars at max into the pockets of americans who wouldn't have been able to get those jobs, which would be great if taxes didn't have to be raised for years to pay off the stupid ass wall
>and in the more common situation that the wall isn't perfect and has design flaws, illegal immigrants still get in and it only works halfway
amazing plan, conservatives really know what's best for america
I really have nothing to say in my defense, while it may be "basic math" or "HS level math" I fail to see how whether or not you can solve it proves your intelligence level.
You can be smart and not accel in math, is my point. Basically how people always say "Oh my test grades/grades on my assignments do not correlate to my level of intelligence." I can't tell you how many times I heard that throughout college, it's like "Oh I was too lazy to do the assignment, but I could have done it and gotten a perfect score, I just didn't want to do it."
I mean, sure, you can be lazy I suppose and still possess high intelligence. My overall point is that you don't have to accel in Math to be considered a genius.
K, here is your (YOU)
At the risk of basically being demoralized by strangers on the internet, I can tell you that TONS of people at my college struggled with college Algebra, myself included. But I can tell you that I knew people who still got 3.6 GPA's and what not even though they scrapped by with C's in their math classes.
I just think people who are good in Math tend to get swollen heads, I guess you'd have to be a genius in Math to actually understand the feeling. If someone in Math was retarded in History or English then I guess they wouldn't understand people who brag about being good at History or English, of course I understand how acceling in Math can lead into other fields of study like Physics, Chemistry, etc.
I guess, I just wish people who were good in Math could be a bit more humble. If I knew a Math wiz that sucked dick in History or English I wouldn't rub it in his face that he sucked at it, kind of like how I wouldn't want a Math wiz rubbing it in my face that I'm retarded when it comes to Math.
Motherfuckers should solve it with geography.
1) Whose idea was it?
2) Who benefits?
3) Who pays?
4) Is the answer to 3 the same as 2 and 1?
Don't be disarmed just because a guy with a silly haircut does a goofy dance in public. If he's smarter than most of us and has the motivation and resources to gouge you for everything you've got, who's to say he won't?
I'm not just speaking for a specific politician. People just get what they want. The things they say on TV are just distractions, not their own personal justifications. They're the most successful actors in the world because they have the skills that entertainment actors pay others for having.
Just take everything from a person trying to sell you something with a grain of salt or all you'll have to show for your empty wallet is a headache.
Take care, anon.
>Not being good in all subjects
Get a load of this pleb.
When did /pol/acks get out of his shithole. You mention trump and his personal brigade jumps out of nowhere to defend him.
>Thinking you're actually good in all subjects
How delusional you must be, cute. Just because you got A's in all your classes doesn't really mean you're necessarily "Good" at the subject, You just have great study habits, or devoted the necessary time to complete the assignments assigned to you by your professor.
There's a difference between taking basic curriculum classes, and actually devoting one's time and life to a specific subject like Historians, Writers, Artists, Philosophers. It's somewhat arrogant to assume you're just "Good" at all of them, trust me, you're not. You were only "good" at following directions and completing an assignment given to you by your professor, that's it, that's all it was.
Some of those are extensively long
What does you having an engineer have to do with this.
Engineers are morons.
It's overly long.
It's uninteresting nonsense.
Skip that nonsense and just be a bit more lenient in calculus with those mistakes, so they can learn then instead of wasting a semester just to prepare.
So dumb if you whipped your erect dick out and told her that licking it would make ice cream come out, she'd do it.
Still a miracle of the universe though.
The joke is that she actually smarter than her friends.
Mugi is still best though.
There's a difference between knowing something and remembering something.
You can memorize tons of things and sound smart when you pull out random trivia, but struggle with putting any of that trivia together into anything meaningful.
Math REQUIRES knowing and not remembering because each question usually has a different answer or a different way to get the answer. You can't memorize every possible solution to every possible equation, you have to work it out.
It's much easier to memorize than to learn, and a lot of people who know this tend to get a superiority complex. But, I've known of people who got knocked down a peg once they got to work with experienced eggheads.
It's funny to see someone realize they're not the smartest after a quick trip to NASA.
There's more to history and English than memorization. History is the art of reading between lines and figuring out the motive of writers that experienced things first hand and the historians who wrote about those people. Historians are more along the lines of detectives.
English is a variety of skills involving interpretive reading, understanding of grammatical structure, and basic writing skills.
Look at this baka, she is even dumber in the visual novels.
I'll raise you... THIS.
>I'll raise you to over 2000. Literally.