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Aspie Internet Culture

Aspie Internet Culture
April 04, 2013, 12:39:28 PM
The internet is idiocracy. We all admit that, and yet, it's not true.

Are phone lines (cell towers) idiocracy?

Are roads idiocracy?

They're mixed between the fools and drools, the normals and the elites, both of the fake and the natural.

However, internet aspie culture has arisen, which goes this way:

1. No one understands me.
2. I am a unique snowflake.
3. Instead of explaining myself, I will form a clubhouse with others.

There, we will all be aspic together.

What's wrong with this?

It steps outside of trying to change the world. At that point, being on the internet is a personal entertainment, a hobby, not a purpose. It's self-amusement. It is another consumer product, no matter how "anti-consumer" it tries to be.

My one political statement: quality of people determines the outcome of any group. You can't enforce this quality with rules. (In other words, politics itself -- manipulation of groups -- is hogwash.)

When people are dedicated to their own amusement, this principle isn't in effect. Instead is the mistaken notion that with enough ideology, we can compensate for what our actions are.

I prefer to be non-aspie, and to do what I can to influence outcomes.

Re: Aspie Internet Culture
April 04, 2013, 01:32:02 PM
http://dictionary.reference.com/browse/aspic?&path=/

"a savory jelly usually made with meat or fish stock and gelatin, chilled and used as a garnish and coating for meats, seafoods, eggs, etc. "

Disgusting


Re: Aspie Internet Culture
April 08, 2013, 02:22:32 AM
My one political statement: quality of people determines the outcome of any group.

How do you tell who is "quality people"?