I think people judge maturity based on someone's sense of humor, more than their intelligence. Take Nix for example, very sophmoric, but he also claims to be very intelligent
rather, I think the kinds of things that a person finds funny are indicative of the kinds of intelligences (or understandings) that that person possesses. The wider ranging the sense of humor (from banana peels to math jokes, etc.), the wider ranging the intelligence, and so forth.
I suspect everyone going to UT is pretty intelligent. Otherwise they wouldn't be going to UT.Incidentally, did you know that one only needs a 162 on the LSAT to qualify for MENSA?
But as we've already witnessed, there are those among us who do not possess the kind of intelligence that enables them to find humor coming from female comedians.
Quote from: LitDoc on July 26, 2006, 04:43:02 PMBut as we've already witnessed, there are those among us who do not possess the kind of intelligence that enables them to find humor coming from female comedians. Another aspect of intelligence is understanding subtleties (particularly useful in law) ... I said I never have, not I never could.
Ahhh, but your LSAT prep has failed you. Perhaps he has just not encountered female comedians who are funny. In which case it is possible that he does have the capability and possibly always had the capability of finding females funny.just teasing you b/c I'm bored.