Here's a 'March Madness' article about race and IQ by Steve Sailer that is worth grumbling about. A high IQ, while a decent bennie, is no indicator of personality, character, creativity, discernment, faith, physical prowess, or memory. One can be an excellent student, worker, leader, employer, etc. - even with a so-called low IQ - if one has perseverance and discipline. Charm and insight also help. And, old-fashioned manners also open many doors for common-sense folks who aren't going to be joining Mensa. Sailer's thinking is too institutional and geeky on this one. Alas.