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  • PR0PH37
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    Few weeks ago I had a woman tell me that she was glad that the clicks were gone, and that kids were becoming more and more homogenized and inclusive. She said that she was just that lonely geek in High School, and I told her that so was I. I told her that I realized that I had a freedom that no one else had, and therefore I could do, be and say whatever I wanted without the baggage of whatever the click was. It shaped who I was and gave me confidence to pursue what I wanted and be who I wanted. She looked at me like she couldn't believe such a thing had happened. I hear "The Guild", and I think "so you finally got to be what you wanted, and that was validation from all those people who shunned you". Sorry, but maybe I'm an old school geek who isn't really interesting in "being cool", and grew up.