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A few things:
1. Bragging about your intelligence is not a sign of intelligence.
2. Believing you have everything figured out will prevent you from having original ideas.
3. Seth Godin writes books that make average intelligence people feel smart. If you were actually smarter than 99% of the population, you'd probably be reading Douglas Hofstadter.
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