I’m pretty sure that everything in life can be equated to Starcraft in some way.
Like, there you are, minding your own business, and then you hear this voice that’s all “Nuclear Launch Detected!” and you’re like “OH SHIT!” And you can’t find this Ghost thing, because you didn’t put up any detectors. AND BOOM! All your base is blowed up and you require more minerals.
That must be what it’s like having an unexpected pregnancy.
And then your girlfriend doesn’t want to be your ally anymore.
Then you die, go to heaven, look at the stats, and watch the replay. You didn’t prepare for the zerg rush. You spent too much of your life playing Starcraft.
That’s one way to think of it. This guy thinks of it in marketing terms.