Define "questionable" ...and show me a single human being who doesn't have questionable judgment or impulse control. It's a fucking zoo / jungle out there. The smarter and more successful they are the more debased, usually, as a general rule of thumb. But the average lottery winner is just as debased, and most idiots who stumble on a hundred dollar bill will blow it up their nose or find a hooker (or two, if they possess "high-verbal IQ"). Your literary flourish just sounds like a lot of sour grapes, really, about thinking you're smart and being out-maneuvered by people you acknowledge are smart too, but you don't think they're really as good as you because they're "damaged". I believe if you were successful, everyone would probably see how damaged you were. Anyway your post reads just as autistic as anything more sucksessful people have written.Many of the skitzocows profiled on this forum have/had very high general intelligence. Terry Davis, Dr. Horton, etc
Some of the politicows/careercows also fall into this category, such as Dr. Pierce (judging by his high-powered pre-wignat career in physics), Nick the Knife (many of you may disagree with me on this, but I think he actually does demonstrate a very high verbal IQ even if he is a bit impulsive. Almost certainly Aspergian), and Frank Wu. Fong-Jones is likely in this category as well.
Akiva-Cohen might also be in the "high-verbal savant" category (as do many other Chosenites), as he has experienced a bit of success in his verbal-IQ-intensive career, and likely had very good LSAT scores if he really did go to Columbia Law School. I say "savant" because people like Cohen (and possibly Fuentes) demonstrate questionable judgement/impulse control at times, and likely have overall functional deficits (which may or may not be fully reflected in an IQ test), but have a very strong ability in a certain cognitive domain.