|I'm really getting angry by this. I'm 12 and I get a whole lot of idiots saying I suck and I'm a 'script-kiddie'.|
Having recently turned 30, I can tell you something I've noticed from an adult perspective:
Teenagers talk like they know things, but they are (more often than not) completely ignorant and don't have the first clue what they're talking about.
You, not even being a teenager yet, are no better off. You simply do not have the experience to warrant respect from people older than you.
Is it unfair? Sure. But it's probably an accurate assessment. You may be skilled for your age... but that means nothing to someone who has 6+ years experience... and it means even less to people like me with 15+ years. Unless you're some kind of crazy savant (read: you're not) you are unlikely to change this hard truth.
In 18 years, when you're my age, you'll understand. You'll look back on your youthful ignorance and laugh. For now... rather than get upset about it... just accept and trust that your elders know more than you.
One of my favorite quotes:
"Education is the progressive realization of our ignorance."
- Bubbles, Power Puff Girls
Basically it means the more you learn, the more you realize just how much there is that you don't know. It's very true.
This thread gives me the impression that you think you know things... and you are wondering why people think you don't. The answer is that they think you don't because you act like you do.
If you really did know things, you would be aware of your ignorance and would be humbled by it.