jeez-o-pete, breathe people. You're gonna pop a vein.
Sorry to be dim but please to explain how a short story is even capable of being self-important unless it is being read by someone who already knows they loathe the author.
...his personal fantasy seems to be the world ending so that the neckbeards can take over Disneyland.
I'm not interested in why people are angry about Cory per se as that is self-evident. I'm interested in why people dislike this story, in terms that relate to the story itself and not to the author. None of the negative comments have yet done anything but essentially say '-1 Cory'. Boring.
Ok, Flunkie, you didn't say '-1 Cory', you just said '-1'. True. Fair enough.
You didn't say why though. You said you found it 'self-important' but you didn't say why.
So let me ask. What was 'self-important' about this story?
But you want to talk about it, apparently at some length. God knows why.
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