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I could see and appreciate that these fashions gave the wearers a distinguished, impressive appearance far superior to that afforded by today’s clothes.
Whenever I think of costumes I remember a particular AG I attended. This is not your typical favorite costume story.
I suffer from wanderlust, not to be confused with a travel bug; travelers tend to go in search of specific destinations whereas we wanderers are simply curious about where the road will take us. I’m not, at least not by my lights, at all reckless, but I am a calculated risk taker looking for something more than safe transport, so naturally my wandering is done on a Harley.
I live for adventure. I have not had the life experiences of the author of this quote, Helen Keller, nor have I practiced daredevil stunts like bungee jumping or parachuting out of an airplane. Most of my adventures have been on foot, often over long distances, and sometimes in farflung corners of the globe.
Once, on a hike with Kashmiri friends in a remote area of the …
Having mentored High School robotics for 16 years, Gary Koerzendorfer shares some interesting robots he’s come across. He uses these as examples and inspiration for his students.
All Mensa meetings cancelled until further notice?! And you’ve already watched enough movies, called everyone you care to speak with, and still are starting to get stir-crazy being cooped up. Might one or more of these at least reduce your cabin fever:
September 2019’s Intelligencer’s theme was “Food and Wine” where our editor Betty L. Hass included some of our own Mensans who have written a cookbook or make their own wine out of local fruit.
Do you enjoy deep, honest and respectful discussions of fundamental human questions? If yes, then you will love this new monthly event!
June 2019’s Intelligencer’s theme was “BOOKS: Reading and Writing” where our editor Betty L. Hass included some of our own Mensans who have published books.
My clients of high intellectual ability have benefited from these tips. They’re aimed at adults but may well be relevant to children.