The first thing to do is lose the attitude. Even if you're not normally like this, an important lesson for you to take away from your post: first impressions can be very off-putting, and you might want to (re)visit your posts or requests or approach to see if you send the same signals there (in online-dating land) as here.
From reading this post, it seems like the kind of womAn (unless you want a harem) who would go for a guy with the attitude you display ("I want, I want, I want, she must be...") would require substantial wealth. And if they would choose physical appearance over all else, then you must be prepared to, yes, pay for that superficiality, and support it. Hence, you're fighting a losing battle.
What you can do is think: how is it that I come off as so off-putting? Is it that my desperation turns into nerd-rage? My "requirements" too strict? Is it that my written words come out all wrong and make me look like a douchebag? Self-respecting women do not want to be with a douchebag. Women who do not respect themselves tend to trade this for material comfort, which takes money.
That's the first step, identifying what you can change about yourself.
The second step is changing these things and emerging a better person. You don't have to be a completely different person (as you then run the risk of just masquerading), but you should resolve at least some issues uncovered in the previous step.
Step three is being patient. This doesn't mean staying at home and doing nothing, but certainly does caution against thinking, "ZOMGZ0RZ! I WANT WOMAN NAO, PLOX!"
Also, have you stepped outside and gone to places where a woman with shared interests as you would go? In your case, have you been to the local Android's Dungeon
? I'd imagine that women who MUST LOVE *mon and anime would gather there. Although, of course, they will have their radar active and guard vigorously against ... I'm not sure how to put this delicately ... but against the person you have presented here. So we go back to step one.
Finally, let's consider the long-term. You say you want to be a truck driver. You know that this means being on the road most of the time, right? You also know that this will put considerable strain on a relationship with someone who wants to be with you, right? If this is absolutely what you want to do, it's not impossible to be in a good relationship and be a truck driver, but you will face challenges that I have grave doubts about you being able to overcome.