I don't know what to reply to this.
When you get responses like that don't be afraid to tell people the truth about yourself, that you are neuro-atypical, developmentally delayed with handicaps and you're trying to do your best to learn and understand about the world and to absorb information. You've mentioned it a few times but not everybody knows about it.
The more often people read your posts the more obvious it becomes. When people are more aware of your developmental circumstances they will either become more patient with you and more willing to help you to understand things, or else if it's too much for them to deal with they may not respond at all, in which case at least you won't be harrassed by those people. Don't feel hesitant or concerned about admitting it about yourself, there are a lot of other people on this forum that are also neuro-atypical or dysfunctional in a variety of ways and don't say anything about it when perhaps they should.
In defense of Robin too, Robin was sharp but just being an honest person and speaking the truth. Your main focus IS most of the time on unhealthy junk foods that are full of empty calories, sugars, preservatives and pesticides and I think you already know how bad too much sweet stuff is for you. It makes you irritable and hyper or else makes you crash.
If you want to make emergency rations that will store reasonably well without being canned or frozen or freeze-dried then get a good forced air dehydrator and learn how to master the art of dehydration. Ziploc bags are okay for short term storage in a pinch but plastic of any kind isn't good, even food-grade plastic actually isn't good for long term storage because plastic goes brittle with time and crumbles into pieces, or it rots from contact with the oils and acids in foods. And critters eat through plastic and get into the food.
Dry-heated glass jars with air-tight metal or other types of impermeable caps are best for long term storage of dehydrated foods and liquids.
Have you done any research in the Survival and Emergency Preparedness forum and through the archives there? If not you should, there is a wealth of information there too.