Play grounds and autism
"School can often be an intimidating place for just about anybody. But
it is on the playgrounds and classrooms of our schools where we learn
many life skills. Part of life's journey is learning how to cope with
From Rich Shull 'old working Autism'
School was a very interesting place for the older autistic person Missing the Rain Man Designer autism curse and the low standards of modern times. Our life, Pre Rain Man was very odd and strange and we somehow made it as our world was not tarnished with expert ignorance of our autism conditions. As a result we were able to absently break our own autism codes and even had the support and help of teachers and tutors and classmates that participated in our triumphs (absently). No one cared we didn't have eye contact but they cared and sometimes impressed we had correct answers. Old Autism absence gave us permission to explore and do our invisible thought process that does take place during the lack of eye contact. We naturally tapped into Autism's splinter skills and learning hall ways and somehow figured out how to make Autism hum and convert our invisible thought to your words. Today Crypto Sensitive Autism the autism time forgot is the very base code of Autism and still not one expert knows it. Autism is BOTH MR/DD and Einstein and if those of us knowing our internal thought codes can come of as normal and if we learn to water down our thoughts we can get our Einstein thoughts across. Autism thoughts are indeed Einstein if they are calibrated and explored and figured out.
Politically were the very worst news Autism research could ever want to hear about as we unintentionally deflate their autism designer bubble. You think their is a chance they will ever listen? (humor) When I win the lotto (pools) I will buy back autism and let you know.
Sincerely Rich Shull Author Autism Pre Rain Man Autism, built on Temple's Thinking in Pictures,
Inventor of the Turing Motor an Autistically Designed GREEN 70% efficient triple hybrid car motor.
Host of the blog Pre Rain Man Autism on blogspot.com