Winner. Bless this man. After only a 20 minute helicopter ride ever New York City, autistic artist, Stephen Wiltshire was able to draw the New York skyline, in
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#1 - beefymeef (08/10/2012) [-]
Guess you could say he's an.....

User avatar #10 to #1 - rokulda ONLINE (08/10/2012) [-]
Lol you got that from cell
#46 to #10 - madeitforthemusic (08/10/2012) [-]
It's possible he came up with it. I did, but then I scrolled down to realize Cell already made the same joke.
User avatar #19 - illusiveman (08/10/2012) [-]
Autistics have all the cool superpowers, not fair.
#43 to #19 - anonymousbrawler (08/10/2012) [-]
Austitic asians=gods?
User avatar #70 to #19 - zehutit (08/10/2012) [-]
yeah but that comes with a price, people with autism usually dont have very good social or communication skills and they might be good at drawing but suck at math or vice versa. Its like blind people, they usually have heightened hearing.
#7 - anon (08/10/2012) [-]
after only a 20 minute blowjob session, op was able to distinguish the taste of 150 different semen samples, just from memory. cool repost bro.
#47 to #7 - horseblowjob (08/10/2012) [-]
blowjob you say?
User avatar #2 - greenimp (08/10/2012) [-]
He suffers from severe artism.
#9 - kenleyP (08/10/2012) [-]
and in only 20 seconds op was able to repost this ******* old ass content. **** YOU OP
#6 - crazyanger (08/10/2012) [-]
My lil brother is has aspergers, He cant do any of that cool **** . All he does is play vidya and fill our fridge with fish.
User avatar #11 to #6 - pwnaged (08/10/2012) [-]
aspergers is nothing dude, i have it and im fine
User avatar #15 to #11 - seniorpokeman (08/10/2012) [-]
yeah, ive got a few friends with it, and it's never really a prblem. it just tends to make people a bit socially awkward.
User avatar #13 to #11 - instakill (08/10/2012) [-]
same here the biggest part of it is a lot of people have very low social skills but that can be dealt with
User avatar #16 to #13 - seniorpokeman (08/10/2012) [-]
I heard that with that, things tend to be very black and white. I mean, all my friends with it just seem to either look at things purely from a logical standpoint, or purely from an emotional standpoint. Is that true for you, or what do you think?
User avatar #17 to #16 - instakill (08/10/2012) [-]
I look at things with a very logical standpoint but because I have overcome my autism in most ways I take into account peoples feelings along with my own
User avatar #18 to #17 - seniorpokeman (08/10/2012) [-]
I see... my little cousin has autism very badly, but he never just talks to people like this. Out of curiosity, how do you interact with people outside of the internet? (Feel free not to respond, but I'm just wondering if someone with a case as bad as my cousin would have a chance of being able to function well through the internet...)
User avatar #22 to #18 - instakill (08/10/2012) [-]
sorry if i started to ramble there
User avatar #20 to #18 - instakill (08/10/2012) [-]
as I said I have overcome it and I am very proud of this fact I interact with people very well outside of the internet, I am not the most popular person in the world but I have a good group of friends who I hang out with regularly and have had multiple girlfriends, I am currently trying to help one of my friends who has aspergers to overcome it but his parents didn't raise him to be self sufficient enough (a large factor that helped me along the way)
User avatar #21 to #20 - seniorpokeman (08/10/2012) [-]
Hmm... I hope my cousin will be alright. I mean, his case is VERY bad... but I think he might end up recieving special treatment as an adult, so it could be very good for him... you know, like a special home to live in?
User avatar #23 to #21 - instakill (08/10/2012) [-]
would not be uncommon but not definite I had a cousin with aspergers who literally thought he was a dog for 4 years and now 10 years later he has a wife, a house, and a steady job anything is possible, he needs to find his outlet, boyscouts did wonders for me, it forced me to move outside of my comfort zone and after the initial discomfort i loved it
User avatar #24 to #23 - seniorpokeman (08/10/2012) [-]
I think that happened with my cousin for his camp. I wonder if they'll send him back... Oh well, I hope they do
User avatar #27 to #24 - instakill (08/10/2012) [-]
alright well if you want to know anything else or talk about it more feel free to friend me i gotta go to sleep
User avatar #32 to #27 - seniorpokeman (08/10/2012) [-]
alright, thanks, you've been helpful
User avatar #25 to #24 - instakill (08/10/2012) [-]
yeah a change of scenery, as much as he may hate it might be just what he needs but who knows, oh and dont dumb things down for him if at all possible
User avatar #26 to #25 - instakill (08/10/2012) [-]
im not saying you do but what seems to work best with the others I know that have it is when you are brutally honest with them they get it
User avatar #30 to #6 - Spavaloo (08/10/2012) [-]
You have a fridge with a constantly-replenishing supply of fish and you're complaining?
User avatar #31 to #30 - crazyanger (08/10/2012) [-]
I have to pay him 10 kr per meal... (its cheap but still...)
And if you had mackerel 5 days a week you'd get tired of it aswell.
#28 - anon (08/10/2012) [-]
Autistic people are missing certain parts of their brain and when your brain is missing certain parts it activates a different part. Now, if an ultra-autistic man was born with no normal parts of the brain working, we might have a telepathic-zombie-apocalypse.
#29 to #28 - anon (08/10/2012) [-]
pix didn't upload first time -_-
#35 to #29 - SnacksJr (08/10/2012) [-]
Thats a great book.
#38 - blazingup (08/10/2012) [-]
"in pen" ....... Total badass.
#3 - ManInKilt (08/10/2012) [-]
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#66 to #59 - anon (08/10/2012) [-]
and you're a ******
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#68 to #67 - anon (08/10/2012) [-]
Is you lookin' in the mirror?
Is you lookin' in the mirror?
#69 to #67 - anon (08/10/2012) [-]
you replied, so in a way you care about it
#77 to #59 - xceskimo (08/10/2012) [-]
OP is finally ready. Cuz on FJ, we take time for our OP to mature.
User avatar #44 - CGEire (08/10/2012) [-]
Wasn't he in the episode of Top Gear where they filled a museum with car-based stuff? He drew a car, then filled in the background from memory.
User avatar #48 to #44 - llamahugger (08/10/2012) [-]
Yes. And his story has been told hundreds of times all across the internet. And now, two days after seeing it on facebook for the hundredth time, it's back on here. For ****** sake
#64 - trollingmeister (08/10/2012) [-]
**trollingmeister rolled a random image posted in comment #94 at How I Feel Watching the Olympics ** mfw!
**trollingmeister rolled a random image posted in comment #94 at How I Feel Watching the Olympics ** mfw!
User avatar #8 - freedomreturns (08/10/2012) [-]
My friend's cousin has autism, picks up any instrument for a couple of minutes and BAM ******* master.
User avatar #14 to #8 - instakill (08/10/2012) [-]
its because kids with any kind of autism's brains work differently its not uncommon to be good with instruments, art, science, math, or really any other subject, the problem is coping with what skills they are worst with
#5 - anon (08/10/2012) [-]
User avatar #45 - tigronn (08/10/2012) [-]
authissm=/= stupid, more like, all of the talent gone to one, and only one thing
User avatar #55 to #45 - srskate (08/10/2012) [-]
Not always though, sometimes you don't get a talent.
User avatar #58 to #55 - tigronn (08/10/2012) [-]
or maybe you do but the talent might be so ******* useless you never get to know

im authistic and i seem to be excellent at philosophy
User avatar #61 to #58 - srskate (08/10/2012) [-]
quick question: how were you diagnosed? and by autism are you referring to aspergers or autism (I do realize aspergers is on the autism spectrum, but they are still different)
User avatar #76 to #61 - tigronn (08/10/2012) [-]
authism, like, barely
User avatar #80 to #76 - srskate (08/11/2012) [-]
I don't understand your answer. I think it is that you barely have autism, which im really starting to question. there is no h in autism
User avatar #72 - funnyjunkforlife (08/10/2012) [-]
compared to this my brain level is below zero
#12 - rohanisbeast (08/10/2012) [-]
**rohanisbeast rolled a random image posted in comment #71 at If Pokemon were Digimon ** this is for OP butthole.
#34 - hookerr (08/10/2012) [-]
fine ill start it... ****** ! NIHHER! ****** ! ****** ! ********** ! HES A DAMN ******
#51 to #34 - hyote (08/10/2012) [-]
****** (noun) A guy that steals your bike, is black, dunks kfc in a watermelon bowl filled with grape juice.
Nice Black guy (noun) a guy who buys a bike for you, eats kfc with you and drinks kool-aid with you
#42 to #34 - anon (08/10/2012) [-]
****** is not a synonym for black person.
a ****** is any ignorant person.
#37 to #34 - kodex (08/10/2012) [-]
That man is smarter, more talented and nicer than you...
#39 to #37 - hookerr (08/10/2012) [-]
and hes also a ****** ... so im already winning
#40 to #39 - anon (08/10/2012) [-]
The red thumbs say otherwise.
#78 to #40 - hookerr (08/10/2012) [-]
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