He's also conveniently forgetting something... I do have a couple health condition problems and have a learning disability... so, yeah...
oh and he thinks that it would be a good idea for me to just work retail at a computer store instead of finish my science degrees (dead end retail work mind you, obamacare or no would not cover a healthcare insurance plan or dental)?
& that I was abused quite a bit psychologically as a child (and once in awhile physically; never sexually though thankfully) couldn't be it, it somehow had to be that my mother spoiled me too much.
I am by now used to the idea that working on things makes people say they think you are stupid and/or worthless and suck at everything while you are trying to work on it.
So now I'm back home listening to my dad complain that he thinks the editor from the publishing house is an idiot for telling him to edit his manuscript and not just worshipping what he views as his sacred
So I could handle whatever ball busting my uncle threw since I'm already used to my dad doing worse. I just figure certain types of older males get all silverback gorilla and need to put down younger males to feel better about that they are aging or whatever. He could have picked other stuff though like that I've only dated a little and don't have a girlfriend or have self-esteem problems or self-mutilate or whatever but they always have to manufacture other garbage like that you have to be stupid and incompetent and that MUST BE IT. Yes, the reason why I got given extra curricular projects that weren't part of the coursework by my professors who think I am good at the subjects must somehow be because I suck. That HAS to be it.
I even carried his (my uncle's) tripping out ass up the stairs when he was hallucinating from being ill as a leftover complication of his chemotherapy.
Other than that it was okay though.
Apparently in his and my aunt's words, even though I helped them out with a number of things and all with a perforated ear drum I am supposed to be 'like some sort of a little baby' because molecular and microbiology + genetics, chemistry and zoology are supposedly not complicated (says who? Compared to what? Quantum physics perhaps?).
You're talking to a guy who discovered a couple of previously wholly unknown species of microorganisms during his junior year (every microbiology person will in the course of his or her work and study discover a couple new species though the same way as every career chemist will accidentally create up to a dozen new substances by accident just as side reactions off his or her main work and research per year), so it's not like I'm some sort of delinquent asshole.
*Protip: Summarize and put together a synthesis paper on the life's work of a guy who published a couple hundred articles in his lifetime while explaining in detail the transition by biologists from morphological (structural) systemics to a molecular based phylogeny for the standards in taxonomy during the course of the 20th and early 21st Century is not a simple paper. Basically if it wasn't for the widespread adoption of molecular based methods for DNA analysis to establish relatedness you'd still have different camps of jackasses arguing over bones. You need DNA studies to discern if things are related genetically or just evolved convergently to fit a similar environmental or ecological niche as each other. The latter being why they could have a similar bone or organ structure as each other without necessarily being related much genetically.
Update: After I left he pulled a 180 and says I was a good houseguest.