I’m not exactly what you’d call an active member:
Since 2004, American Mensa has had a virtual makeover, debuting our new online Community. The AML Community features a personalized My Mensa page, online forums, a Meet-A-Member program that connects you with members who share your interests, and The 2% Journals – a collection of articles and essays of interest to Mensans from various online sources…. As always, Mensa members have the chance to meet new people and share ideas at local, regional and national events. Special events in 2008 include Mind Games®, a 48-hour game playing marathon; CultureQuest®, where teams of Mensans go head-to-head in a test of cultural knowledge; Tracking Granny’s Granny, a Colloquium focused on genealogy; and, of course, the Annual Gathering, Mensa’s largest event, bringing together more than 2,000 members from across the country.
It’s hard to know whether to laugh or cry. And how sad is that, coming as it does from a man whose greatest achievement in the last year is commanding a 478-0 Alliance victory in Alterac Valley.