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"Playtime Is Over" 📵 - In 1994, 10-year-old Michael Kearney graduated from the University of South Alabama with a degree in anthropology. The feat earned him Guinness World Record certification as the World's Youngest College Graduate, a title he still holds.
Kearney, who has an IQ of nearly 200, was born in 1984 in Hawaii and was homeschooled in his early years, according to an article in the Los Angeles Times.
Kearney also taught college courses while still a teen. When Michael was a child, doctors diagnosed him as having attention deficit disorder and prescribed Ritalin. His parents, however, realized their son just needed an outlet for his extreme intelligence, the LA Times article said. His father, Kevin, described Michael as "a 32-bit kid in an 8-bit world."
These days, Michael Kearney lives in Tennessee and can be found performing for the Nashville Improv. The group's website makes no mention of Michael's years as a child prodigy, saying that "He decided to share his collection of useless information with the world of Improv, where all sorts of strange beasts and mutants live. They have accepted him as one of their own, and allowed his hair to grow long, and his freak flag to fly high."
Info from: al.com
Photo credit: geni.com
There's a war goin' on outside no man is safe from
You could run but you can't hide forever
From these streets that we done took
You walkin' witcha head down scared to look
You shook 'cause ain't no such things as halfway crooks