95? Lol no. 92 at best. You personally were born 94, reached 18 in 2012 when the social media thing was in full swing.
>So people that would be rejects now, just find other would-be rejects and socialize and turn into normies. This is something we didn't have, our internet age was limited to forums.
You did have, *especially* the after-92s. If you were willing to risk what little reputation you had, and possibly your well-being, there were quite a few meet-ups happening in different place. (So you were kinda fucked if you lived in a very isolated region that had fuck all going on.)
And since your generation had apps/youtube/wikis/reddit and entered the "geeks are cool" era we're in today, it was a lot whole easier for you.
>I personally feel happy and proud. We have a very esoteric cult going on, in every sense of the word.
You haven't got *anything* going on. You don't understand, they can take EVERYTHING. I mean, look at wizchan now, filled to the brim with "truwiz" teens and 20-somethings who never reach wizardhood. Somehow, someway wizardary will be incorporated into the whole, in a way that you can't argue with. I mean, this anon here>>202900 still assumes there are real geeks and fake geeks.
It's a very fleeting feeling that you have currently have. What you should be doing is making money so that you can live the rest of your life at a decent level of comfort.
(The world seems to be twisting into bizarre shapes, so there's that to look forward to.)