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Sally Holt <[log in to unmask]>
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Sally Holt <[log in to unmask]>
Wed, 27 Apr 2016 07:02:03 -0400
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Very very broad question. I guess since I know nothing else about this 
person nor do I know this person I have no idea. If "you"  are sure this 
person is "smart and brilliant"  and are convinced by your definition of 
idiot this person is an "idiot" I guess that is what I would go by if I were 

Sometimes people make mistakes or say something that may not have been the 
wisest thing to say. I think that happens with all of us....well anyway have 
a good day. Sally

Sally Holt, Director
Raymond Village Library
PO Box 297
3 Meadow Rd.
Raymond, Maine 04071

"I think the health of our civilization, the depth of our awareness about 
the underpinnings of our culture, and our concern for the future, can all be 
tested by how well we support our libraries."

Carl Sagan
American astronomer, Astrophysicist, Cosmologist, Author and Science 

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From: "Weddle, Jacqueline" <[log in to unmask]>
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Date: Tue, 26 Apr 2016 14:29:10 +0000
Subject: IQ's

IQ ='s Intelligence Quotient
EQ ='s Emotional Quotient

What do you call a person who is "smart," but exhibits poor judgment?
You know the person "brilliant, but an idiot!"
(Not a riddle, really wondering!)

Jackie Weddle, Correctional Librarian @ the Maine State Prison