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Stanley79

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Stanley79 last won the day on July 14 2010

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  1. I love your casual attitude. Way back, the women I knew were so fastidious, they'd carefully pull off a skirt over their heads so it didn't get anywhere near dust bunnies. Hope you kept a grip on the skirt. Dropping a cute pink skirt into a puddle would be a shame. Wearing a cute top at the time?
  2. With governors telling us to recreate by walking or jogging, they've a duty to make sure public-park restrooms remain available. Note 1. I guessing experienced women could write instructions for others to determine their own peeing fixture-less style. As guys pee the same with and without fixtures, they've nothing new to learn. As I've never had to do this, the following is certainly wrong. But sometimes it's easier to correct instructions -- sometimes easier to start over. There are no right or wrong answers. Just become better acquainted with your peeing. 1. Stand straight u
  3. Besides myself, a couple friends have mentioned having beer-party dribbles or squirts. Has anyone else experienced this?
  4. Nice report. I can think of only one city where people casually chat in the rain (and have the skill to write notes in the rain). . . If so, did to walk in the rain again today?
  5. My job in TV broadcasting was planned to the second. That worked nicely for me. Typically when we came out of a movie running on our projectors, we would run a couple commercials and a 10-second station break. At the same time we're watching our clock and timing ques from a low-budget sports network. Right on the hour we faded out from our station break and faded up on the network. (We liked a blank-screen moment to flag viewers we were changing video sources. We had fudges or other situations. Still the owner wanted us right on the second so channel surfers wouldn't get caught by other
  6. I can solve partial differential equations and matrix problems involving complex variables. But I'm so inept with money a local cash machine reports I'm US$850 in the hole.
  7. Asperger's syndrome has been dropped in the USA. It might be in use elsewhere. A major problem is drawing a diagnostic line between Asperger's and autism. My doctor originally diagnosed me with Asperger's, then functional ASD. But since then I've discovered more of my behaviors fail further along the spectrum. My own driving frightened me to the extent I quit driving. I sometimes have total amnesia about a period of time. When I reconnect with the my surroundings, I feel like I'm coming out of a trace (stimming which is not not diagnostic to my knowledge, but associated with ASD). Work
  8. I almost wrote that myself. Have you also worked for scientists?
  9. I feel I've pulled this thread and another too far away from omorashi. I've started another thread dedicated to autism in the off-topic area.
  10. I feel I've pulled this thread and another too far away from omorashi. I've started another thread dedicated to autism in the off-topic area.
  11. This thread is primarily for autistic people to write about their experiences. The experiences may involve, but are not limited to, online autistic trait sites, difficulty recognizing people, difficulty seeing another person's feelings, narrow interest range, anxiety among non-autistic groups, depression, stimming, famous autistic people and more. Many autistic people must fake normalcy to fit into their communities. Others avoid religious denominations requiring unified group emotions (because our feelings don't always link to those around us). We would like non-autistic people to
  12. Multiple websites list the major autistic traits. For an example https://www.healthline.com/health/autism-in-adults When I said I can't read facial expressions, my doctor told me to find and on-line "symptom" list and tell her whether I was autistic. When a adult concludes he or she is autistic and fells OK about it, just get it on your conditions list at your primary care physician's and there may be little else that needs doing. A child is a completely different story. Happily, many autistic people learn of their condition early in life and can make an informed decision about h
  13. When drinking water it's the volume I can pee after the first dribble. It's certainly not an exact thing.
  14. Me too. It's common among autistic people. My first wife and I regret her pregnancy. As you say, it went like a parasitic infection. The resulting child displays attention deficit symptoms and as an adult makes more bad decisions than I thought possible. Good that now what you want.
  15. Ironically, one of those who thinks we should be cured reminds me of myself two decades and more ago. I had to learn that different people have different emotional needs. I couldn't stomp on the niceties I didn't feel a need for.
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