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This is a big deal for us aspies.

lifehackable:

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This is a big deal for us aspies.

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The life of an aspie. ;)

The life of an aspie. ;)

aimlessscribbles:

Same.

It’s like looking in a mirror :)

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When an autistic person can’t find words under pressure. I find I relate more and more to Tina the more of this show I watch.

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I really despise all the hate “selfies” are getting now. I’ve been taking pictures of myself for more than 15 years. Know why? I almost never have friends around me. It’s the only way pictures about me exist.

Now that selfies are so mainstream in society, and now that they’re looked down on by people, if I’m seen taking one while away from home, I’m made fun of or berated. It doesn’t help that I look more than ten years younger than I am. I’m treated like an idiot for doing it.

Stop giving people a hard time for taking pictures of themselves. They may not have anyone to ever take pictures of them. By harassing them about it, you’re only making them feel lonelier.

I really despise all the hate “selfies” are getting now. I’ve been taking pictures of myself for more than 15 years. Know why? I almost never have friends around me. It’s the only way pictures about me exist.

Now that selfies are so mainstream in society, and now that they’re looked down on by people, if I’m seen taking one while away from home, I’m made fun of or berated. It doesn’t help that I look more than ten years younger than I am. I’m treated like an idiot for doing it.

Stop giving people a hard time for taking pictures of themselves. They may not have anyone to ever take pictures of them. By harassing them about it, you’re only making them feel lonelier.

I think this seal is an aspie. Wow.

Think before you speak.

My new college has me set to take a math placement exam. This is even though I’ve taken enough math classes for my original degree program AND I took pre-calculus at a networked community college this spring under their instruction to do so. I thought this might be an error, so I called to ask about it.

I have no qualms with math. I’m very good at it and it comes naturally to me. That said, to work the problems out, you have to write down steps. This can’t be typed, and the best option I’ve found is drawing them on my tablet with my finger. While this works for me, it’s really painful (not as painful as actually writing, of course). I was hoping to avoid this test for that reason.

The person I spoke with assumed I didn’t want to take it because everyone hates math. She actually said to me, “Oh, it won’t take that long to do. It won’t hurt as bad as you think it will.”

"It won’t hurt as bad as you think it will."

Granted, she had little idea of the problems I have. We met twice almost a year ago. She’s the one who told me to take pre-calc, so I know I brought up the issue. I don’t fault her for forgetting. My memory is shit, so I can’t get mad at others for things I do. That said, she shouldn’t have said that to ANYONE! You never know if the person you’re speaking to is disabled and might have issues with things.

What she said was VERY offensive to me. I wasn’t able to speak for about ten seconds after she said it. I face-palmed so hard that I may have left a permanent handprint. I tried to explain my writing problems, granted not as well composed as I would have liked. She didn’t make any effort to understand and tried to convince me to contact disability services to schedule to take the test on paper.

It’s not that hard to not be EXTREMELY OFFENSIVE like this. I just can’t wrap my head around why some people seem to not even be trying.

This is the damned truth! :)

This is the damned truth! :)

I’m with Tim. :)

I’m with Tim. :)

This explains why I failed out of public school, but maintain a 3.8GPA going into a PhD in college.

This explains why I failed out of public school, but maintain a 3.8GPA going into a PhD in college.

Chaplin was a very wise man.

Chaplin was a very wise man.

Low functioning

Rachel is currently helping me go through mail that’s been sitting for months. I just haven’t been functional enough to go through it. Some are governmental forms that need to be turned in by tomorrow. I hate not being able to get this kind of stuff done sometimes.

What a great analogy.

What a great analogy.

*FLUSH!* :)

*FLUSH!* :)