Are Harvard Guys the Smartest Guys in the Room?

Why Harvard does not graduate “the best and the brightest”,

Why does Harvard not graduate the smartest guys in the room?

The basis of “the best and the brightest” are the ridiculous GPA and SAT scores.

Harvard principally selects valedictorians and salutatorians.

Of course they select the worthless rich and the novelty acts – the transgendered Taliban.

But for the most part, they accept people who have the highest GPAs and SAT scores.

It’s all very Germanic.

Deutschland, Deutschland, Uberalle. 🎶

There appears to be some logic in this, correct?

Not really.

There are a lot of faulty assumptions behind this selection process.

Les examine these faulty assumptions..

I think I’ll just list them. Most of them are laughably obvious.

It assumes the following:

1. That everyone knows that such a ridiculous competition – being number one – exists.

2. That everyone cares about such a ridiculous competition.

3. That everyone accepts and believes that a higher GPA or SAT score makes for a more enlightened and smarter person. What happens if you personally believe that awards, and being number one, are immoral and inconsistent with Christianity? If Jesus refused a crown, why is that not good enough for us?

4. That the competitors, whether they cared or not, are able to care at maximum level. What about those children who are undergoing tremendous family strife? When I was in high school I wasn’t trying to be number one, I was trying to survive family trauma. I barely tried at all – and still I finished 51 in my class out of 650 people.

5. That, of the people who are in the contest, everyone receives the right mentor to guide them. I can honestly say that I had no real mentoring at all. Attending Harvard or Yale wasn’t even close to being on the radar.

6. That of those people in the contest, their parents, imparted values that prized the Ivy League. Although my father (he died when I was 13) attended the Unuversiy of Pennsylvania medical school, and my grandfather attended Cornell, my mother didn’t know anything about the higher educational system within the context of the living joke that it was, and is today. Furthermore, she thought Ivy League people were snobs. (Surprise! They are, and the joke is on you.)

7. That the people in the contest can afford to go Harvard.

8. That the people in the contest can go there. Richard Nixon was accepted into Harvard, but was not able to go. He had to work his family store because his father had suffered an illness. Now, as it turns out, it might have been a good thing for Nixon to have attended Harvard. While there, he may have even met up with Ben “Fuck-bitch” Bradlee, the destroyer of the Constitution. Perhaps Richard Nixon could’ve knocked some of the arrogance and strut out of him. Unfortunately, Nixon was a Quaker. That was too bad for us and equally bad for the Constitution. Ben Bradlee later ended up at the CIA controlled Washington Post where he was able to trash, qualified people – that would be any one who cared for regular people instead of the crummy, treacherous Boston Brahmin class of scum who oozed out of those twin cesspools in Cambridge and Beacon Hill.

9. That being a valedictorian and salutatorian at the tender age of 17 is reflective of a persons level of morality. Are the two directly proportional?

10. That the high GPA and high SAT score are directly proportional to a higher state of morality.

11. That all the competitors have the oily glibness and fake hyper-maturity that Harvard prizes. What if you don’t value skillful lying? What if you’re not a con man? What if you don’t care about being a buzzword artist?

12. What if you have moral objections to the criminal elite who populate Harvard?

13. That being precocious, before one has developed a real experience in the world, is a good thing for the Harvard graduate and for society at large? Is it not possible that Harvard is selecting these people not because they are the best and the brightest, but because they are smart but weak people who are putty in the hands of the immoral elite

14. Brain speed, which is equivalent to IQ, is a function of the brain that is not directly correlated to separating the wheat from the chaff.

In fact, the two functions are inversely proportional to each other.

I analogize brain speed to a car’s ability to move quickly down the road.

I analogize separating the wheat from the chaff to a driver’s ability to see clearly peripherally.

Everyone knows that as you move more quickly down the road, you lose context, peripherally.

Consequently, high IQ people are more unable to separate the wheat from the chaff.

Okay, so why can’t highly intelligent people just slow down their brain.

They can’t.

Unlike the car, a persons, intelligence or brain speed cannot accelerate or decelerate. Your brain always moves at 250 mph, or it doesn’t move at 250 mph.

I’m sure you can think of a few more.

Thank you Harvard for imposing your pagan value system on society.


Archer Crosley

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