Now we’re starting to run out of reasons why I am the way I am. I’d say one of the most common comments is that I’m salty. This one is somewhat understandable considering the nature of my articles. They’re usually done as a humorous rant similar to what you would hear from Bill Burr, John Oliver, or John Stewart. Because people have emotional responses to what I write, they sometimes fail to see the humor aspect in what I do, which leads them to believe I’m some angry little man who takes no pleasure in life. I hold no anger or ill will towards anybody. I’m far to apathetic to stay angry at anybody for very long. I’m a fun loving person who accepts people for who they are, the good and the bad, and I never hold any grudges. It’s a waste of time.
The last one left, which is related to every other one I’ve explained, is the allegation that I’m shallow. What I write is social commentary and anybody who would argue that society, as a whole, isn’t shallow is out of their mind. So does this make me shallow? Like Eyedea said, I’m only deep enough to realize that I’m shallow. That makes me a hell of a lot deeper than anybody who would claim they aren’t. All these people who claim to be deep, and only care about what’s inside are completely full of shit.
These people are like the pray away the gay family values conservatives who get caught blowing dudes in a public bathroom. People who virtue signal to claim the moral high ground tend to harbor in spades the very thing they speak out against. That’s why they have these reactions to my articles. It’s because it exposes them for what they are overcompensating for. In order for them to be right and me to be wrong, I have to be a deranged idiot without a moral compass as opposed to a lucid, clear thinking, educated man. If they had to argue based on facts, it would threaten all of their wishful, delusional thoughts.
They say you shouldn’t generalize, or be shallow, yet in the same breathe they do just that to try and discredit anything I say. So, for those who accuse me and label me of all these things based on what I write, thank you. Thank you for proving my point. Thank you for showing just how shallow people can be. Maybe one day you’ll be tough enough to handle a strong dose of realism.