Sweetie, I’m really glad to know that there’s at least one teenager out there who uses a thesaurus, occasionally a dictionary, and actually tries to use an expanded vocabulary. However, I’m compelled to point out that a firm grasp of the English language is not really going to do much for you as an adult unless you blend it with at least a smidgeon of common sense.
Just because you think that something should be a certain way does not mean that it is, or that it will be. You can idealize and rationalize and try to debate it all you like, but in the end, KonradWorld is a lot different than the real one. In the real world, you do have to care what some people think of you, you do have to take things with a grain of salt and move on, and sometimes you do have to admit that someone else might just be right.
I’m not sure what you were hoping for when you joined this board, from all I’ve read, the only conclusion I can come up with is that nobody in your life ever listens to you and you were hoping that someone here would be blinded by your vocabulary and proclaim you some sort of adolescent Einstein. Fact of the matter is that pretty much everyone here can see bullshit for bullshit. The only difference is that nobody here is going to nod and smile and let you go on believing that you’re the King of Modern Thought and Perfect Logic.
As I said, you’re one up on a lot of other kids your age, since you actually care about presentation (which negates your statements that you don’t care what others think of you, BTW). You just really need to work on your content.
“…all the prettiest girls live in Des Moines…”
–Jack Kerouac, On the Road