Allow me to explain why in this 3 paragraph letter I wrote.
There are a number of frightening facts about Ben 10 that I absolutely must make public. But before I do I need to go into a fair about of detail explaining how Ben 10 worships capital, adores its aura, and genuflects before the mere concept of extreme wealth. Hang in there; this explanation won't take long. In the first place, Ben 10 says that obscurity, evasiveness, incomprehensibility, indirectness, and ambiguity are marks of depth and brilliance. This is at best wrong. At worst, it is a lie.
My usual response to Ben 10's actions is this: I cannot too often emphasize the simple fact that Ben 10 should take all the bull-pucky it's been throwing at us and fertilize its garden with it. However, such a response is much too glib and perhaps a little unrealistic, so let me be more specific. Discrediting ideas by labeling them as power-hungry is an old tradition among Ben 10's helpers. Alas, I usually get a lot of blank stares from people when I say something like that. What I mean is that Ben 10 writes a lot of long statements that mean practically nothing. What's sneaky is that it constructs those statements in such a way that it never occurs to its readers to analyze them. Analysis would almost certainly indicate that Ben 10's intent is to prevent us from asking questions. It doesn't want the details checked. It doesn't want anyone looking for any facts other than the official facts it presents to us. I wonder if this is because most of its "facts" are false.
Take, as an example, the way that Ben 10 wants to undermine everyone's capacity to see, or change, the world as a whole. Well, it avers that it can succeed without trying. As you can no doubt determine from comments like that, facts and Ben 10 are like oil and water. Here's some news for people who are surprised by sunrise: I cannot conceive of any circumstance under which Ben 10's jokes could be considered appropriate. Some pesky, peremptory common blood-stained criminals have raised objections to my inveracities but their objections are all politically motivated. Ben 10 pompously claims that mediocrity is a worthwhile goal. That sort of nonsense impresses many people, unfortunately. Now that this letter is over, I pray that my logic and passion have convinced you that Ben 10's precepts are the opiate of the bookish.
I doubt anyone on the site except Lodestar's Advocate understands anything you said.
By the way I remember how you said you can't tie your shoes at 14? What the heck?
My best guess of all time is that it is innappropriate.
And yes, I basically meant it made no sense.
It was a guess.
But you're right.