posted on Jul, 20 2008 @ 02:15 PM
This is what happens when you spend your entire life playing video games and watching Saturday morning cartoons, picture perfect example. This child
is a by-product of the entertainment industry, inundated by fantasy games and "Hollywood".
Listen kid, you are embarrassing yourself but that is ok. We've all done it at time or another in our life's. You want to be different, I get it, we
all get. Everyone has a natural urge to be a standout. To be a "X-Man" (to speak your language) the be the kid who buys the transformer car,
someone who stands out. It sounds like you have ambition, a strange way of showing it, but I see ambition all the same. That is good, snap back into
reality, set the game controller or dice or pokemon cards down and use your ambition constructively. You will find your own way of being great. Get
an education, use your last year of High School to fight for a degree verses fighting for these "elite" to take you in.
You obviously have no sense of the severity of your "intellectual" statements. The annihilation of millions of people? Wow. Death is real, kid.
You won't be seen in another movie nor will you be able to hit the restart button. I had the privilege to serve in the USMC in the gulf. As a
veteran of a real war, not the "World of Warcraft" I'll tell you right now death is not a game. Life is precious and should be treated as such, not
taken for granted. Sure there are things going on in this world that we do not understand, this website is full of entertaining views, some serious
and some (hint, hint) on the verge or even beyond silly and ridiculous. Be educated but now engulfed by all these conspiracies. Right now you are
sheltered, that is nothing to be ashamed of or embarrassed about, you're 17. Enjoy these years as best you can. You haven't experienced anything in
life yet but pimples and awkwardly timed erections. I admire your passion though, you are indeed creative. Learn as much as you can, study,
research but damn kid have some fun, enjoy the day, enjoy the now, now is what you have, make the best of it. When you become an adult you'll see the
follies of your thinking.