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CNN.com - Chess prodigy death plunge mystery - Jul 28, 2006 I'm glad I'm smart enough to realize that I don't want to be exceptionally smart. All that happens is that you get ostracized from society and your life peaks too soon, just like Bobby Fisher. It's just really depressing when you see supremely talented people burn out. As Lisa puts it: "As intelligence goes up, happiness goes down. See, I made a graph. I make a lot of graphs." Somewhere I think I still have a very similar graph that I made once.

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