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Old 12-18-2016, 01:28 PM
Okrahoma Okrahoma is offline
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Originally Posted by Leaffan View Post
I can't disagree with that. I work with PhDs and a lot of them, although scholastically brilliant, are not known for social or interpersonal skills, and would have a hard time with conversational speech at a cocktail party.
Knowledgeable doesn't even equate to "scholastically brilliant", much less "smart". Being scholastically brilliant involves a lot of knowledge, its full integration, and ability to have insights that others may not have. Although don't knock "knowledgeable" - it's better than nothing.