Perhaps you need to find some real life friends and do some more outdoor activities.
It's quite annoying to see sentiments similar to this echoed whenever someone reveals they prefer an "online life" to a more traditionally held view of "a life". Why is someone's idea of fun/life inherently superior to that of another, simply because it involves close physical interaction with sentient/near-sentient biological entities? If they are satisfied with their lifestyle, and are comfortable with not going outside and enjoying themselves in the digital world, why should they be forced to confirm to others ideas? I see no reason to feel sorry for them. They adopted their way of living, it's their life. Why should that bother others?
I thought there were some Finnish speakers outside of Finland
Indeed. Finland's police board must realise that the Finnish Wiki website is entirely for the benefit of Linus Torvalds.
Where? I see only whitespace.
never thought that there would be a point that the quest for more money or more authority etc would no longer interest me.
Ayn Rand is spinning in her grave.