Only one post this month
Thanks for stopping by to look over this extensive blog. Weather you came from Stumble-Upon or a psychology website, a green web page, engineering, philosophy page or even an autism site welcome and feel free to look around. One of the most popular features of this page is my X ray of a needle in my foot. Type in X ray in the 'search this blog' and see an Autism Painless injury. Yes, I never felt that and walked on it for a day! And modern autism can't understand our medical conditions? Another popular post is called Playing Jeopardy! It tells of Jeopardy champ Ken Jennings and how I could see autism traits in his success. My most popular post of all time is called Catching a Ball in 2004 It explains how I turn Autism Off and on to do real life.
I'm sure the Autism Society of America will be delighted to hear this will probably be only post for February 2008, I have many irons in the fire with my inventions and I might not be able to post to the blog easily. To my many letter writers I appreciate your patience in my tardy response to your inquires and our ongoing dialogues, I will try to get to Email as I can. (Tammy BTW, I think your Son's splinter skill, obsession is ships and shipping, start off as we discussed with the mariners tables.)
To my autism reader's the Autism Convention has been announced (July 2008) and perhaps with your persuasion the Autism Society of America might be nice and ask some of us old autism folks to attend but, it's rather doubtful. For my part I promise if invited not to spend and more time than necessary discussing current events or politics but rather I have what we do during the lack of eye contact presentation all set up. It is the autism facts that will solve Autism's problems and connect mankind to his roots.
See you in the end of February 2008.
Sincerely Rich Shull, Inventor of the Turing Motor a 70% Efficient green motor (autistically designed)
Author of Autism's most hated book Pre Rain Man Autism built on Temple Grandin's "Thinking in Pictures"