Background is here. This has been bugging me for several months now. Maybe grumbling about it here will relieve the frustration some.
And before you start laughing at me please realize that I know it’s a minor thing and “it really doesn’t matter” but it still bugs me. It’s that I want the world to be perfect and expect people would want to work toward that goal. I know it’s not possible but why can’t people make the changes that they can instead of being so random? It makes me look down on people in general. Give me a reason to believe that the Neurotypicals are worthy of my respect. But no. That’s not the way it works. I’m looked down upon when it is they who are inaccurate and random.
The thing that has been bugging me? The one of the pizza types in the cafeteria is labeled “grilled vegetable pizza”. It has red peppers, yellow peppers, black olives, yellow squash, and mushrooms along with the usual cheese and tomato sauce on it. I’ll bet 99+% of you won’t see anything wrong with this “picture”. I do. And it bugs me. There’s only one vegetable there–the mushrooms. All the other plants parts are fruits.
This sort of irritation is perversive in our society. Why can’t people get it right? And they tend to get irritated when you politely inform them they made a mistake (no, I didn’t inform the cafeteria staff about their mislabeling of the pizza) and they almost never correct their errors.
There’s a reason I’m into computers, guns, and explosives–they are understandable, rational, and predictable.