A couple of things:
1) Being able to punch out a 98% percentile on the Stanford-Binet doesn’t necessarily not make you an ass.
1) Using the phrase “I am a member of Mensa, are you?” during the course of an argument definitely makes you an ass.
2) Not understanding why using the phrase “I am a member of Mensa, are you” makes you an ass, makes you a clueless ass.
3) Being a member of Mensa is not the same as having education, certification, experience, or authority on every given subject known to man or even necessarily in one subject. Pretending that it does makes you a horse’s ass.
5) In reference to item (f sub 4) above, insisting that that you’re not being an ass while obviously talking out your ass, makes you an arrogant horse’s ass.
8) If you believe any of the following:
a) the so-called “Face on Mars” is anything other than a naturally occurring rocky outcrop
b) the 1969-1972 US moon landings were faked
c) Big Foot
e) alien abductions
f) Elvis with a high-powered silenced sniper rifle on the Grassy Knoll
g) Earth will be destroyed by black holes created by the Large Hadron Collider
h) George W. Bush lit the fuse on the World Trade Center demo charges personally or any variation of the same going back to Pearl Harbor
i) Creation Science, intelligent design, or that T-Rex ate coconuts
j) Reki massage, crystals, aura manipulation, or the power of homeopathic bark tea to prevent infectious disease
k) Ted Steven’s innocence
then you are an idiotic ass. Note: if you can’t figure out which parts of that list are hyperbole, then you’re about average for your organization.
13) If you write to me, try not to use “I’m an active member of Mensa” and junior high school Facebook L33Tspeak in the same sentence, otherwise you are a juvenile ass. If you're responding to something on my website and you haven’t read the commenting rules and you insist on ending all of your sentences with LOL! you are an irritating ass who can’t follow simple directions, and really that’s not an indicator of superior intellect. Just sayin’.
21) If you write to me and you’re trying to impress upon me the genius superiority of your master race Mensan intellect, try not to make your paragraphs a random assemblage of mismatched and partially formed thoughts interspersed with all CAPS and emoticons, otherwise I’ll peg you as a dumb ass. Note: if you need help with this, let me know, I’ll have my 12-year old give you a lesson in proper paragraph structuring, I’m pretty sure he remembers enough of it from fourth grade.
34) Please don’t tell me how your ability to solve logic puzzles and do math problems makes you superior to me intellectually. I spent two decades as a Navy cryptologist. You want to try puzzles? Spend a couple years as a code breaker at the Puzzle Palace and get back to me. The mere fact that you tout your Sudoku scores as a measure of your superiority makes you a pathetic insecure little ass. Really, when’s the last time you got laid?
55) Your Mensa membership impresses me about as much as Julie Peterson’s does – but at least she has a nice ass.
89) For the cream of human intellect, your organization hasn’t really done a hell of a lot. Has it? A couple of scholarships, some free IQ testing, and what else? You play a mean game of Scrabble, but I don’t see Mensa rushing to solve the world’s problems. Hell even your own founder, Dr. Lance Ware, lamented that Mensa as an organization spends far too much time playing word games and solving the Junior Jumble instead doing anything remotely constructive with its abilities. So forgive me if I’m underwhelmed by your claim to intellectual superiority, asshole.
Frankly, unless you’re Buckminster Fuller, Marilyn Vos Savant, or Stormin’ Norman, I don’t think you’re half as smart as you think you are.
So, really, stop bringing it up, because mostly all you’re doing is making yourself look stupid.