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I am a student of math and science, and appreciate things for what they are. I'm not much for symbolism or stuff of that sort. I am not out to save the world or change it for the better. Reality is what we have in this world, ideal reality is what we want. You read books, listen to music, watch movies, play video games, etc. and expect the world to match that fictional reality. The faster you realize that it is not the case, the better off you'll be.
I learnt what reality truly is through video games and comparing the following rules:
There is no problem that cannot be overcome by force.
If it moves, DESTROY IT!
Piloting any vehicle is simple and requires no training.
One lone "good guy" can degeat an infinite number of "badguys."
Make sure you eat all food lying on the ground.
You can break things and get away with it.
You can push other vichles off the road and get away with it.
If someone dies, they disappear.
If you get mad enough, you can fight even better.
You can overcome most adversaries simply by having enough quarters.
You can opperate all weapons without training.
No matter how long you fight, you can always fight again.
Death is reversible (only for you!)
Ninjas are common and frequently fight in public.
Whenever big fat mean guys are about to croak, they begin flashing red or yellow.
You never run out of ammunition, just granades.
All women wear revealing clothes and have great bodies.
Shoot everything. If it blows up or dies, it was bad.
Don't worry if your vehicle crashes and explodes. A new vehicle will appear in its place.
A thousand-to-one odds against you is NOT a problem.
Maybe video games might not be the best for you, you should try to find your own. This is not to say, get rid of all music, tv, movies, books, video games, just don't confuse reality with something else.