Libertarian Jackass

"Life is short, but truth works far and lives long; let us speak truth." -- Schopenhauer

Saturday, October 18, 2003

Toward a General Theory of Beauty and Brains?

One of my colleagues has posited a theory of women and beauty in which each woman can be categorized as a point along a continuum in a two-dimensional space ranging from beauty to brains. Thus, the implication is that the level of beauty indicates a likely intelligence level for each girl you may encounter, with the extreme points being an ugly, intelligent woman versus a gorgeous, idiotic woman. Further, my colleague claims that the plethora of empirical evidence (his life experiences) tend to support this theory. In light of this, as the Libertarian Jackass is recovering from knee surgery (after suffering an NBA career-ending injury prior to the 2003 Draft), he has stolen a glimpse of the woman topping the list as potential spokesmodel for the general theory of beauty and brains: Jessica Simpson, second-tier pop princess and star of MTV's The Newlyweds. A few of her ridiculous antics are highlighted here .

Some call this theory harsh because of the use of the terms "ugly" or "unintelligent." I disagree! The real loser according to this theory is not the ugly chick or beautiful woman, it's those stifled by mediocrity! The women stuck in the middle (i.e. pretty and semi-intelligent) are unable to use their brains to intrigue or their looks to seduce. My opinion: be intelligent, engaging and intriguing . . . or be a supermodel. I, of course, prefer intelligent, engaging and intriguing women, thanks. As always, your comments are welcome . . .

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