There are really only two words that do an adequate comment on this card: beep, beep. Since most of us have seen the road runner cartoons from time to time, then, not a lot really has to be said. Except, perhaps, that Mr. Coyote's proclamation of his own intelligence is somewhat overstated. Here is an example of a man who was truly intelligent.
Acts 13:1-12 (EBR)
1) Now there were in Antioch, distributed through the existing assembly,––prophets and teachers: both Barnabas and Symeon who was called Niger, and Lucius the Cyrenian, Manaen also, Herod the tetrarch’s foster–brother, and Saul.
2) And, as they were publicly ministering unto the Lord and fasting, the Holy Spirit said––Separate forthwith unto me, Barnabas and Saul, unto the work whereunto I have called them.
3) Then, fasting and praying, and laying their hands upon them, they sent them away.
4) They, therefore, being sent forth by the Holy Spirit, went down unto Seleucia, and, from thence, sailed away unto Cyprus;
5) And, coming to be in Salamis, they declared the word of God in the synagogues of the Jews; ––and they had, John also, as an attendant.
6) And, passing through the whole island, as far as Paphos, they found a certain man, a magician, a false–prophet, a Jew, whose name was Bar–jesus;
7) Who was with the proconsul, Sergius Paulus, an intelligent man. The same, calling for Barnabas and Saul, sought to hear the word of God.
8) But Elymas the magician,––for so, when translated, is his name,––withstood them; seeking to turn aside the proconsul from the faith.
9) But Saul, who is also Paul, filled with Holy Spirit, looking steadfastly at him,
10) Said––O full of all guile, and all recklessness! Son of an adversary! Enemy of all righteousness!––Wilt thou not cease to pervert the straight ways of the Lord?
11) Now, therefore, lo! the hand of the Lord is upon thee, and thou shalt be blind, not seeing the sun, until a fitting time. And, instantly, there fell upon him a mist and darkness; and, going about, he was seeking such as might lead him by the hand.
12) Then, the proconsul, seeing what had happened, believed, being amazed at the teaching of the Lord.
(Acts 13:1-12, EBR) Emphasized Bible by J.B. Rotherham
The proconsul saw all these things and believed. Smart people rarely proclaim their own greatness, they just live it. Just as Sergius Paulus recognized truth from error, so can we. Look around; is there REALLY ANYTHING BETTER THAN CHRISTIANITY? I don't think so! But, that is my opinion and aside from a couple of pieces of paper (called degrees), there is nothing that says how smart I am. And before you ask.... no, I DO NOT HAVE A CARD WITH MY NAME ON IT!