Take advice from you? What good decisions have you made?Did you finally take my advice and decide to do something useful with your life instead of obsessing over the beliefs of others and conning yourself into thinking you are accomplishing anything?
As for being useful, my years of greatest service and charity are behind me.
Nowadays, I devote myself mostly to making our lives more excellent. Retiring and getting us to Mexico while we were still young enough to enjoy ourselves was the beginning of that. Besides serving my family and friends, we assist a few local causes in a small way.
And yes, I am accomplishing something on the Internet, although it is not what you are ridiculing. My goals are much more modest, and my influence on others is once again local, although not in the physical sense this time. Here in cyberspace, each of us functions as a node in a great network, directly connected to a dozen or a hundred others, who in turn reach a similar number of others.
Though being only one water molecule each, and with only a few direct neighbors each, we teach one another. Collectively, we are a giant wave welling up. Minds are changing and a culture is transforming. My part in that is small.
You, on the other hand, are accomplishing nothing, unless you consider repulsing people an accomplishment. You serve nobody on the job except a boss, you teach nothing of value here, and you seem to be alone in the world.
Why do you persist at this? Some may wonder why I bother with you. I can't say why for sure, but I'm pretty certain that if I haven't yet, I'll probably never sit for your brazen and egregious insolence. You are too stupid to adapt.
And that, after all, is the only test of intelligence: the ability to understand the environment, to discern the clues it contains, to analyze them properly and understand their significance, and to respond optimally. You don't come close.