Another thing that kind of bothers me is, why is it that high IQ people are often exempt from having exceptional social behavior? There are many obvious advantages to being socially active and highly tactful. Through human interaction we learn... everyone is different and everyone has something different to offer. And it goes much beyond just going out and interacting but also putting yourself into all sorts of different situations to see how things are done, why people do what they do and see whats out there for you to try. And I would think that if you are aware of all this it would seem to me that this awareness is facet of intelligence all on its own. That, IMO, is part of the criterion for having a "high IQ" and it seems to be the most lacking characteristic of these highly intelligent people.