Believe me,I have seen far worse spelling from others here.
Lou Judson <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
Roger, I once ciritcised your typing on the list. I am over that now,
focused on the content.
Yes, it was a rap between songs, introducing That Was The Week That
Was, I think. Talking about how there is a week to celebrate the most
amazing things... quoting from memory...
Of course I was nice to the lady, just exhausted afterwards. It takes
all kinds, they say. I'm wierd in my own way too! I like to think I
have grown out of flaming, though I do slip now and then...
Lou Judson • Intuitive Audio
On Jul 19, 2006, at 5:02 PM, Roger and Allison Kulp wrote:
> No problem.I can't recall the Tom Lehrer,of which you speak,was this
> in a between-song monologue ? The internet is a very public place,you
> never know who you're going to run into,or under what
> circumstances.There's all sorts of us "abbynormals" out there,
> Roger Kulp
> Lou Judson wrote: Roger, I was actually being a
> bit flip - the woman we had a film and a
> meal with was egocentric, spoke with circular logic, and was generally
> not very much fun. She may not have been a clinical case, just an odd
> person, and I did not mean any offense to anyone who really has to
> learn how to do the "normal" things of life.
> But then, I was a fan of Tom Lehrer, and didn't he mention National
> Make fun of the handicapped week? My mouth twists wryly even mentioning
> it. I meant no offense to anyone!
> Lou Judson ï¿½ Intuitive Audio
> On Jul 19, 2006, at 11:30 AM, Roger and Allison Kulp wrote:
>> This sort of hits close to home.I was diagnosed as autistic,when I
>> was in first grade.I am somewhere between Asperger's,and Autism, on
>> the spectrum.(I believe my father was an Aspergerian,as we call
>> them,so I believe mine is mostly inherited.)As a child,I had VERY poor
>> communication skills,both verbal,and written.My verbal communication
>> skills are still very substandard,almost as bad as Dustin Hoffman's in
>> "Rain Man",but I worked VERY hard to develop my proficiency in written
>> language. There is much about ASDs,that a piece like this does not
>> discuss,probably because of ignorance.There are profound delays,in
>> physical development,many of which never correct themselves.The OCD
>> aspects are played down.A biggie is spinning,and spinning objects by
>> hand.Which may be why I,and other autistics,were drawn to records,in
>> the first place.
>> There are numerous other associated disorders.ASDs have been found
>> in disorders like Smith-Lemli-Opitz syndrome,
>> CRETRY=1&SRETRY=0 ,and many,like myself,have severe,disabling
>> autoimmune diseases,which I would almost say should be a requirement
>> for a Dx.
>> /Off my soapbox/
>> Roger Kulp
>> Lou Judson wrote:
>> Ya know, my partner and I had dinner with someone who fits this set
>> symptoms perfectly... not a collector though...
>> Lou Judson ï¿½ Intuitive Audio
>> On Jul 18, 2006, at 8:43 PM, phillip holmes wrote:
>>>>> The following are a number of signs and symptoms that might be
>>>>> associated with Asperger's Syndrome:
>>>>> -inappropriate or minimal social interactions
>>>>> -conversations almost always revolving around self rather than
>>>>> -"scripted," "robotic," or repetitive speech
>>>>> -lack of "common sense"
>>>>> -problems with reading, math, or writing skills
>>>>> -obsession with complex topics such as patterns or music
>>>>> -average to above-average verbal cognitive abilities
>>>>> -average to below-average nonverbal cognitive abilities
>>>>> -awkward movements
>>>>> -odd behaviors or mannerisms
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