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#307 - Well yeah, in recent years, every time there's a successful or…  [+] (1 reply) 8 hours ago on my parents use reddit? +1
#313 - donated (8 hours ago) [-]
Yeah they tried to give me the whole "Aspergic people can be really smart", We're smart in our respective hobbys, but you typically find that from a very young age, those people were interested in whatever field they made the discovery in. Its like, instead of jack of all trades, we're only masters of one.
#283 - donated dwarfinhourglass Thanks guys, that put some …  [+] (5 replies) 9 hours ago on my parents use reddit? 0
#357 - dwarfinhourglass (6 hours ago) [-]
I...I dont wanna be donated
#303 - donated (8 hours ago) [-]
I'd just like to say that, When it comes to vaccinations cause autism, that scaremongering really refers to the lower kind of autism, But then it creates this void of lack of information, they will believe all autism is bassicly the same. I sympathise with low functioning autistic people despite not liking them, but when it comes to high functioning autism, well there is again different levels of severity, we all pick our hobby, and glue ourselves to it, Mine is video gaming, another autists might be gardening, Or even machines, Its really whatever we put our mind to, but then we stick on it like glue and well, I'd like to see someone try to tear me away from my laptop.
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#307 - thegrayfox (8 hours ago) [-]
Well yeah, in recent years, every time there's a successful or highly skilled person talked about in the news or something similar, it usually turns out that they have some kind or form of autism. So you kinda get the picture that high-functioning autism is kind of a good thing.
#313 - donated (8 hours ago) [-]
Yeah they tried to give me the whole "Aspergic people can be really smart", We're smart in our respective hobbys, but you typically find that from a very young age, those people were interested in whatever field they made the discovery in. Its like, instead of jack of all trades, we're only masters of one.
#305 - donated (8 hours ago) [-]
to clarify, I sympathise with the mother more, but When it comes to the innocently bad autists, I symapthise with them too. My greatest fear is knowing I made life harder on my mother due to my autism,
#261 - I've never dealt with autism, neither personally, nor do I kno…  [+] (13 replies) 11 hours ago on my parents use reddit? +5
#399 - sdziscool (4 hours ago) [-]
As someone who has experienced 16 years with someone with "low functioning" autism, I can tell you that life is hell as either a parent or the kid. The guy i know basically has the brain of someone of 5 years younger, they can't reason and don't understand reasoning behind things, so if he doesn't get his way, he throws a huge tantrum merely because he doesn't understand why, and he never truly will know why, the only thing he could try to do is accept. He basically lives in a world he doesn't understand, all while the world doesn't understand him.
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#382 - alleksi (5 hours ago) [-]
Autism is a silly spectrum that ranges from anti social behavior to pure pants on retard.
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#275 - donated (10 hours ago) [-]
Your thinking of high functioning autism, Like what I have, Asperger's syndrome we are pretty much normal, but socially we are train wrecks, its usually worse in the first fifteen years of our life, But after that we get better at controlling our social skills, I'll still avoid social contact like its the plague and im a good definition of an introvert.

Low functioning autism is quite different though, like the content is going about. While people like me will still go abit haywire, but rarely if never in the violent sense, We're better at learning things if we're dedicated to learning it. Low functioning autism, well lets just say they dont have as much controll over their reactions, i'll try to explain it like this

Lets pretend that autism is like zombies, Now, high functioning autists are what'd you call the smart zombies, we can near flawlessly integrate into a normal life as long as nothing serious happens and we're put into a flexible routine of A B C, A B C, Low functioning autists, are the zombies, easy to spot from a mile, Tantrums, violence, unpleasentness, but like your typical zombie film they will have these short bursts of human ness, Sometimes, though not as often as high functioning autists, they're fully aware they arent normal, they want to fix themselves to make life easier on the people they love, but they arent good at showing it, and they're alot more vurnable to stress, I've been through this aswell, but its hard to fight the instincts that autism brings, To simply give in, throw a tantrum, and just stick with the feeling of apathy.

Now please dont take my words on low functioning autists seriously, Im just providing insight of what i've seen. If I were to point out an issue in people who's jobs are to try and help people with autism, is they dont actually understand autism that well, I notice they tend to go through a check list of things to try and do, and when they dont work, they pass you on the next guy to try again. We're all different, and i'd say the strongest word against an autist is compromise, stern compromising.
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#283 - thegrayfox (9 hours ago) [-]
donated dwarfinhourglass

Thanks guys, that put some insight on what the parents are dealing with.
Seems like it is a complete nightmare and the mother is simply being honest.
#357 - dwarfinhourglass (6 hours ago) [-]
I...I dont wanna be donated
#303 - donated (8 hours ago) [-]
I'd just like to say that, When it comes to vaccinations cause autism, that scaremongering really refers to the lower kind of autism, But then it creates this void of lack of information, they will believe all autism is bassicly the same. I sympathise with low functioning autistic people despite not liking them, but when it comes to high functioning autism, well there is again different levels of severity, we all pick our hobby, and glue ourselves to it, Mine is video gaming, another autists might be gardening, Or even machines, Its really whatever we put our mind to, but then we stick on it like glue and well, I'd like to see someone try to tear me away from my laptop.
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#307 - thegrayfox (8 hours ago) [-]
Well yeah, in recent years, every time there's a successful or highly skilled person talked about in the news or something similar, it usually turns out that they have some kind or form of autism. So you kinda get the picture that high-functioning autism is kind of a good thing.
#313 - donated (8 hours ago) [-]
Yeah they tried to give me the whole "Aspergic people can be really smart", We're smart in our respective hobbys, but you typically find that from a very young age, those people were interested in whatever field they made the discovery in. Its like, instead of jack of all trades, we're only masters of one.
#305 - donated (8 hours ago) [-]
to clarify, I sympathise with the mother more, but When it comes to the innocently bad autists, I symapthise with them too. My greatest fear is knowing I made life harder on my mother due to my autism,
#270 - anon (10 hours ago) [-]
There're several forms of autism - it has many faces. The one you're thinking of is a 'lighter' (for lack of a better word) form. Severe autism can also manifest in different ways but it always means a heavy burden on the caretakers. Their lives will never be normal. If you want to see how life with autistic kids can be I suggest Louis Theroux's documentary on the subject. It's called Extreme Love. Dude always shows things from a very open perspective. Like the parent above many parents feel like horrible human beings because they sometimes or often wish they didn't always have to deal with a child that can turn from being calm to a screaming, spitting, kicking wild beast in a matter of seconds. In reality, I think everyone would feel that way and I think they're heroes for going through with it. My cousin has severe autism and he changed the lives if my uncle and aunt forever. He can be a sweet kid but life has been difficukt for them ever since he was born 25 years ago.
#269 - dwarfinhourglass (10 hours ago) [-]
Well basically yes. There are meany tiers of autism ( i know 2 who has those) but the internet autism is the lowest and also can be mixed with aspergers (ooor i can be totally mistaken)

but for example the kind in the OPs post has it in the worst tier. They cant speak, may have werird facial grins or kind of fucked up facial expressions on all the time ( like the one that i know who is almost as bad as post's kid). Weird hand/finger gestires stuck at all times an other stuff for example cant make any understandable word but he can understand simple commands.

The other one i know looks like a normal person but cant really have a conversation with anyone, he does quote movies and games and does wander around but has very sensitive hearing, also is just focused of his own mind, also could bot write anykindof 4chan post so peoplr would call him a autistic. But thats all i know.
#268 - anon (11 hours ago) [-]
I have never experinced someone with Autism, but I do know that it affects people differently and can be more severe or less severe. One autistic kid could just have a stutter or something while another can barely function. I think it all depends on how severaly they have it. Could be wrong though so, just speaking on my personal knowledge.
#38 - Yeah, I'm 26 years old, and have no idea what to do with my li…  [+] (15 replies) 09/12/2016 on either or +9
#179 - fishlipsmalone (09/18/2016) [-]
Gdje si, lave! Samo guraj, nema predaje, pamet u glavu. Malo generično, but don't fix what ain't broken.

PS - Is Tito loved and remembered dearly in Serbia?

PSS - The Gray Fox - Oblivion?
#182 - fishlipsmalone (09/18/2016) [-]
Obligatory Home-Cooked Meme
Jesi li primjetio kako kažu "sve" u isto vrijeme
Zemunac doziveo trans tokom protesta protiv doseljavanja roma
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#131 - smegmatronxxx (09/13/2016) [-]
It sounds to me like you've found everything in life except for yourself. In other words, you need help, my dude. Just please, for the love of God, don't kill yourself. Life is great if you come at it with the right mindset. You just need to keep searching for whatever that missing piece is that completes you. Also, being appreciative of what you have helps a lot. Also, inb4 red pinkies because of my attempt at being deep.
#76 - saltyfries (09/13/2016) [-]
>mayo
>with french fries
#167 - anon (09/14/2016) [-]
Ikr? Everyone knows peanut sauce is our one true lord and savior.
#52 - englman (09/12/2016) [-]
>Great life
>Has shit together
>Still feels empty

You should probably get help man. You sound at least depressed, but you might have some other stuff going on in your head that needs to be talked out and resolved.
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#55 - vivjames (09/12/2016) [-]
Serious note: People like him are often told to lose something or maybe go live in a poor country and feel the 'sting' of life so they can fix themselves.

We actually have a place for people like that in britain, they send them to rural places so they can work and help themselves
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#165 - thegrayfox (09/13/2016) [-]
I do live in a relatively poor country (Serbia).
It's definitely not a dump like Somalia, but it is on the lower-end of the European standard, 40th place (out of 51) in terms of average salary.

My salary is about 20-25% over the national average, which isn't much, but as I own my own house, I don't have to worry about rent, so life is pretty comfy financially.

But before I started programming, I worked a lot of different jobs to put myself through school.

I chopped wood for people, was decent pay, good workout, but it was a seasonal job, so not very stable.

I worked on construction yards, carrying bricks around, bags of concrete, setting up drywall, ceilings, insulation etc... So-so pay, but again, seasonal and unstable.

Also worked as an electrician's helper, was great pay, not a very physical job, but jobs were rare, since i live in a small town.

Some other odd jobs here and there...

So right now, I work as a programmer, but I commute 4 hours a day total, since there are no programming jobs in my town.

Apart from that, I used to train ninjutsu for about 8 years, got my Shodan (1st black belt), but couldn't really continue training due to lack of time. I used to be proud of my rank, but a lot of people don't take ninjutsu seriously, because 99% of the schools out there are bullshido diploma-mills. So there's no real point in explaining to people that our teacher was serious about training and trained us in the most grueling and intense military-style possible, so people just chuck it off as another "kung-fu movie-trash martial art".

Thanks for reading. I hope it gave you a bit of insight, that I'm not some rich kid who is bored of life because things are easy.
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#118 - Haentar (09/13/2016) [-]
huh. I always imagined a utopian society would have to involve some level of poor living conditions and hard work before being able to live properly in a successful life.
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#57 - englman (09/12/2016) [-]
Interesting. Yeah, it could be something like he doesn't feel like he makes a difference maybe. In which case, something like volunteer work might help.
#48 - anon (09/12/2016) [-]
LMAO!
#41 - vivjames (09/12/2016) [-]
#42 - thegrayfox (09/12/2016) [-]
All in good time, my friend.
#19 - He also worked as a bouncer and a janitor, and also has a chem…  [+] (2 replies) 09/11/2016 on king pedo +58
#157 - HOtaconE (09/11/2016) [-]
Guess we know who will play him in the inevitable biopic
#160 - thegrayfox (09/11/2016) [-]
It's 2016, so just substitute "kings" with "celebrities", so Pryce might not make it.