I'm with you on some of this. Life can seem pretty pointless and stupid. Without goals, desire, or hope every day just flat out sucks. I can relate and so can many others in this forum or else they wouldn't be here.
The thing that keeps me going are my goals, desires, and hopes. I don't know what yours are and you should probably post them (at least post some interests) because someone here can probably help point you in the right direction.
My stuff has gotten pretty simple as I've gotten older. I don't need a million dollars, peace on earth, or my team to win the Series. I don't care about the President's dog and I don't care about Britney, Paris, and Lindsey. As long as I can hope for some of my stupid little things, that's enough to keep me going. Some are small, but they work.
---I'm going to spend my 40th birthday watching the sunset in Maui and I don't care if I have enough money to do it or not.
---I'm going to get a tattoo of Monty Burns somewhere on my body.
---I'm going to shave my head just to see the look on my wife's face
---I'm going to watch my kids grow up. I have got to see how they turn out!
---I'm going to tell my boss: "Kiss my ass. I'm outa here!" or enjoy a nice layoff. Then tell him to kiss my ass.
These are just some of my goals and desires. Some that I didn't list I've already done - such as moving, having kids, writing a short story. For me, it's the little goals that are the best and the ones that keep me from losing my mind and sticking a pistol in my mouth.
Set some small goals first, then work towards them one step at a time. If your goals are small and stupid and you want to do them anyway, good for you. That means you have learned to tell the world to kiss your ass.
Good luck, Peace, and stay with us for a while to see how it turns out.