The most interesting thing about Asperger's syndrome is that its "discoverer" decided he had it and named it after himself, which he might have done even if not "suffering" from this "disorder." Maybe.
Asperger's, like too many other mental illnesses, is in effect an almost whimsical diagnosis of exclusion: If someone is really smart, arrogant beyond measure, and tends to be an asshole or otherwise impossible to converse with in a normal way, then he must have a form of autism. It's not treatable, but hey, labels are always fun and interesting.
So take this test to determine your inclination toward Asperger's. If you disagree with the results, well, what makes you think you know so much? And what does that say about you, huh?
I'm still scoring 45 - same as two years ago. (See I can remember my score without even looking it up...)