||You are not a genius, and in fact are not a member of the intellectual elite. This is an easy mistake to make, given your limited thinking ability. Moreover, you are socially maladjusted and perhaps have some other nerosis, likely paranoia, that is distorting your construct of reality. If these psychiatric problems were cured, you would realize that you are no different than these supposedly mundane people you feel alienated from.
You can look to Adequacy.org for evidence of what life is like for those who really do have powerful intellects and the capacity to use that intellect. We find life both easy and constantly enjoyable. After all, we are surrounded not by competitors, but people of lesser ability, who need us, appreciate us and never cease to find new ways of showing their gratitude. We do not feel alienated, we feel lucky!
Clearly, if life is not going well for you, it must mean that you are not smart. Not only that, but your defective thinking has incorrectly told you that you are smart. This is more common than you think: most people don't have the ability to accurately guage their own prowess, and their errors are almost always on the high side. Again, do a reality check. Is your life successful? If not, you are cannot be a genius, at least not a functioning one; the upshot is that you are still mundane. There's nothing wrong with being mundane, you know. There is something wrong with putting down others like yourself, though. Be nice, please.
I do like how you spelled "lobatomy" though. It's like when someone writes "your a moreon!" Heh. That one makes me chuckle every time.
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