doesn’t mean you are smart.

Worried about our 11 year old son’s education we had him independently assessed. He has Dyslexia, Dyspraxia, and very mild symptoms of Asbergers.  However he also has an IQ of 135+ they say.

So why did he superglue a glass to the kitchin table?

His 19 year old half brother doesn’t do much better- again top IQ, but decided to help me in the garden by breaking up concrete path.  No objection from me, but why did he use a pick axe with out safety goggles and BAREFOOT?

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