Take this thread, for instance:http://shmups.system11.org/viewtopic.php?f=3&t=49133
Basically, you are the aspie equivalent to the weeaboo Tim Rogers. Another American "celebrity" gamer (this one from Indiana) who has zero understanding of games and pathetic life experiences, but who is revered among a small subset of the community because those doing the revering are even greater idiots and losers than you are.
And yet if we add up all your respective scribblings on either games or life, what do we get?
What do we get when we add up your 13,247 posts on Shmups.com? Or all the little diary snippets on your frontpage? Or all the posts in this forum in which you whine about not having enough time to play games? (and yet having enough time to keep going back and forth to the post office to mail out countless arcade fliers at 2 dollars a pop). Or about you not buying the next new console, and yet going ahead and buying it anyway? Again and again and again, generation after generation after generation?
We get the same exact thing we get when we add the countless pages of boring nonsense your compatriot Tim Rogers has spent the last decade scribbling.
Or banal truisms such as,
"I am a tolerant person."
"Different strokes for different folks."
American philosophy. A slow dullard's understanding of the universe.
And then people ask why Americans are stupid. Why they have yet to produce a single philosopher.
You are actually CONTEMPTUOUS of thought.
And moreover PROUD of this fact.
You are not ashamed to butt it on a thread in which people at least TRY to talk about philosophy and proudly proclaim that "I don't need it". And this for you was a significant enough contribution to the thread that you took time out of your unbelievably busy life of going to pool parties with Richard Gariott in order to make it.
So go ahead and write that book, please. Tim has been saying he's going to write one for a decade -- maybe he can show you how to (not) do it. And then your books will be added to the great growing pile of "American literature" along with those of all the other great glowing examples such as Jack Kerouac, Hunter S. Thompson, James Fenimor Cooper, and whatever other substandard quasi-trash books call themselves "American literature" today. Who needs those pesky Europeans and their philosophies or their 4,391-word sentences
We are Americans! Our motto is "tl;dr"!
God bless America!