If only all of were simpleton geniuses and had beautiful girls move in as neighbors. SINGLE and young girls ...
Watching raccoons in Central Park and talking about an expanding universe and having a planetarium at home.
No, unfortunately, this is not real life. Mostly, people tend not to suffer from any of the disorders belonging to the autism spectrum.
And about beautiful, single females .... sighhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh.
Forget neighbors ... it would be quite a blessing if one could have females at work with whom one could associate with. But even that turns out to be impossible.
Females tend to be mostly strange creatures. Terribly shallow and interested in clothing and food and make up.
And so the story of Adam is purely engineered to appeal to our wildest fancies. And what about that girl? Would she ultimately choose to take the risk of sticking to a guy who has an autism spectrum disorder and works at an observatory or would she marry an investment banker? I think, in time, she would come to realize that marrying an investment banker would be a wise choice.
Remember Vicky from Woody Allen's movie? She ultimately decided to stick with her 'boring' husband ...