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DandelionFireworks
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30 Sep 2010, 4:56 pm

But without knowing in advance, and even knowing in advance, I might expect that such a T-shirt meant something else. It has to be identifiable as spectrum-related, or at least not something-else-related.

Maybe a picture of a CFL with the caption "do you feel the same way I do?"


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30 Sep 2010, 6:30 pm

When Aspergia was up they suggested an orange wristband. I like that since I like orange.



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30 Sep 2010, 9:13 pm

But as I like neither orange nor wristbands, I dislike it.


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02 Oct 2010, 7:07 am

DandelionFireworks wrote:
That wouldn't work; others might wear those colors unknowingly. It should be something no one else would wear or notice. I really wish there were a frequency only Aspies could...

There IS!


Ha! Ha! We have it. We'll use our super-sensitive hearing to signal to each other and the entire canine population. Soon every aspie on the planet will be rolling in agony, "Please let the noise stop! If there is a G-d...please just let the noise stop!" Sssh. We mustn't give the NT's ideas.

Um, yeah. ROFL but no way, Jose.