Oh my god, I can't believe this thread is still going. Letsrun relationship threads might be one of my favorite corners of the Internet for their pure entertainment value.
The OP is either a glorious troll or is completely unaware of his insufferableness. If he talks and acts anything like he writes, he would be rather annoying to be around, because all listeners get to hear is how wonderful and knowledgable that he is. Now that is ironic, because the women he claims to not enjoy being around incessantly talk about themselves.
One thing that I definitely can't tolerate are people that incessantly talk about themselves and offer constant judgment on others without the awareness to know when it's time to give the other person a chance to speak or when to shut up. The OP seems like one of these people based on his responses in this thread, similar to the type of woman that he can't stand being around.
OP, you write like you are either a genuine, judgmental a-hole, or you have Asperger's Syndrome. Now if have Asperger's, that's fine, but it's important to know how it affects how people react to your behavior. Individuals with Asperger's aren't aware when they might be an a-hole when they aren't trying to be that way. I say this, because you think and write exactly how I used to write, and I exhibit almost nearly every symptom of Asperger's.
Based on the details you've told us about yourself to let us know that you are better than us, you have an insecurity about whether people notice you for the things that you wish them to notice you for. Sure, your amount of jobs offers in the past few months are impressive. But why do you have to share these details? Why do you think anyone would want to know that?
The first thing you need to worry about as a man in this world is concentrate on being awesome. There are many facets to being awesome, I don't really want to explain it right now. Awesomeness extends beyond achievements and hard work, but also to how you carry yourself, assert yourself, treat others, and respond to others. For me, part of awesomeness is gratitude and humility, generosity and kindness.
You know who was awesome? Joseph Brodsky. Know who he is? Dropped out of school when he was 15, taught himself English and Polish, got exiled from the USSR for pissing off too many people, somehow got professor jobs in the US with the usual credentials, was awarded the 1987 Nobel Prize for Literature. Chances are, you will not win a Nobel Prize for anything, and by that measure of awesomeness, Mr. Brodsky will always be better than you.
Know what theme repeatedly pops up on his literature? We are insignificant. Keep trying to establish your significance with your big talk about your awesomeness. Nobody cares, they have their own lives to live. The crushing size and glare of the universe will continually let you know how insignificant that you are. When you're buried in the ground, no one will care about all these awesome aspects of yourself you must tell us about yourself. So your best bet is to focus on enjoying your life while you are here and not worry about if people notice your awesomeness or not.
Women are attracted to what moistens their vagina. End of story. Men aren't much different, we like women that harden our penis. Different vaginas are moistened by different male attributes. The vagina doesn't moisten based on what you want, but rather what she wants. If you do something or have a personality or physicality that attracts them, that gets them intrigued and excited, women will gravitate towards you. Usually, if you are awesome, you'll meet some quality women. But don't expect them to notice the exact same awesomeness that you see in yourself.
Don't base your value on if women are attracted to you or not. Don't seek validation and acceptance for your life's activities based on if women notice them or not. You live your life for you, for what gives you meaning and happiness. Some women will notice, some won't, who gives a sh!t, you can't worry about what people caught up in themselves think about you, or if they value you for you. The acceptance of self is the priority for seeking the acceptance of others.
That last sentence is part of the deal, too. The OP does not seem to value and accept people for who they are, and is repeatedly unhappy with the people he meets in life. They are not good enough for him, or he would not be here complaining about it. If you cannot ever fully appreciate a person for who they are, value them who they offer, and continually expect them to be something they are not, you will never find the person you are looking for.
That's enough for now. You can thank me later.