Some idiot claims autism is not real. (YouTube)

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18 Jun 2016, 10:49 am

I don't know where he's coming from. Also, he appears to be an extreme narcissistic.



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18 Jun 2016, 11:03 am

Oh big surprise, another Autism basher on YouTube. -_- We don't go around making videos about NT's being idiots or anything like that, so don't go around bashing Autism!


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18 Jun 2016, 12:26 pm

He looks like the many popular images of Jesus.

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"... and in those days, he didst speak though the tube of You, and expressed many nonsensical things which no one didst believe..."


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18 Jun 2016, 12:46 pm

Yep, the Internet has a lot of people on it who believe absurd things. I have seen people who believe that airplanes are deamons in disguise, that the Moon is a hologram, and that math is a conspiracy. There are even people on this forum who believe that Earth is flat and that satellites don't exist.


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18 Jun 2016, 12:56 pm

There are people out there who think the Holocaust didn't exist and that Hitler did not kill over 6 million Jews and none of them were gassed.


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18 Jun 2016, 1:14 pm

Why am I wasting my time watching this. Or better yet. Why am I wasting my time posting a reply to this. :?



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18 Jun 2016, 1:31 pm

Yeah, that depiction may be popular, but plenty of evidence suggests that it's also inaccurate.
Yeshua was definitely not a white man, although his current incarnation is as a white man, named Terence.

Fnord wrote:
He looks like the many popular images of Jesus.
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"... and in those days, he didst speak though the tube of You, and expressed many nonsensical things which no one didst believe..."

mikeman7918 wrote:
Yep, the Internet has a lot of people on it who believe absurd things. I have seen people who believe that airplanes are deamons in disguise, that the Moon is a hologram, and that math is a conspiracy. There are even people on this forum who believe that Earth is flat and that satellites don't exist.

I used to try and study and research the reasons as to why anybody could possibly come to seemingly absurd beliefs, but at this point in time, nothing about so-called reality really surprises me now. Everything exists as far as I'm concerned, regardless of how seemingly absurd, and I even include time-travel into that mix (evidence does exist for time slowing down for particles that have been accelerated to light-speed so don't dismiss it outright).

The way I remember it being explained (forgot the specific source but it was either from a science-book or from a now-deceased doctor/scientist with whom I've had past conversations), was that a particle-accelerator would be used, and it was found that the accelerated particles had a longer half-life (they did not decay at the same rate and were still active even after deceleration) than the non-accelerated particles (they decayed at a normal time-frame).

Various people also seem to be out there who've studied astronomy and remember that Earth was taught to be located on the Orion-Belt in relation to the rest of the Milky Way Galaxy; Now they are finding that Earth is depicted to be located on the Saggitarius-Belt according to the current Astronomy. Anomalies everywhere.


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18 Jun 2016, 1:33 pm

That idiot isn't the only one who thinks Autism is a government conspiracy.

My sister {of all people} thinks Autism has always been an experimental government program. She has always believed this since I was diagnosed with AS at the age of 13.


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18 Jun 2016, 1:35 pm

Whenever I watch a Youtube video about someone with Autism (that has at least 1,000 views) there tends to be negative comments.
Either it's anti-vaxxers, people who claim Autism isn't real or people who feel the need to diagnose the person in the video with something else because ''they look so normal so they can't be autistic''.
It's very sad...



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18 Jun 2016, 6:48 pm

Maybe it's satire. 8)



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18 Jun 2016, 7:00 pm

I like the thought that Autism is a unicorn.


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18 Jun 2016, 7:02 pm

Raleigh wrote:
I like the thought that Autism is a unicorn.
What ... every virgin wants it, but it really doesn't exist?


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18 Jun 2016, 7:06 pm

Autism is the stuff of legend.

I am henceforth a unicorn.


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18 Jun 2016, 7:19 pm

I have this image on my door at work, as a reminder.

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18 Jun 2016, 7:45 pm

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18 Jun 2016, 8:20 pm

I didn't know what autism was until three years ago, I never claimed it didn't exist cause I hadn't even contemplated what it was, obviously I found out I'd possessed it my whole life eventually, it all started by educating myself on what the condition entails, this person could do with spending an hour just to start with educating himself what people with autism go through, it doesn't bother me at all folk like that since he's not very bright regarding what he's blathering on about, it doesn't even make any sense, autism clearly exists as a condition with a triad of impairments and various things branching off that, I wonder if this guy thinks anything exists with a label if it pertains to a brain issue.


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