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The five smartest people I have ever known were all mechanics. Two of them didn’t graduate high school, but the three who did also went to college but only used higher education as a means of burnishing their already well-designed engines built upon mechanical knowledge.

By smart, and with all due respect to my academically educated friends, smart means having the ability to recognize, analyze, and solve problems. Intellectual knowledge like philosophy, economics and history, gives you the ability to consider other intellectual things, but it doesn’t solve things that . . .