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From: "Phil Allison"
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Subject: Re: Austin Instruments to Close
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Date: Wed, 15 Jan 2003 20:51:31 +1100
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"Bill Sloman" wrote in message
> Tourette's symdrome, with particular reference to coprophilia, might
> seem closer to the mark
** Having fun Bill ? Since you are incapable of holding up your side
of a simple debate about audio amplifiers you now resort to a campaign of
abuse and defiling.
What do your misuses psych text books say about that ???
> The fuss about autism seems a bit excessive. Anybody who posts to this
> user group has to be a candidate for Asperger's syndrome - which some
> see as low level autism.
** Asperger's is no low level condition - it is the full bloody Monte.
> That URL includes the interesting line "A child may have a wonderful
> vocabulary and even demonstrate hyperlexia but not truly understand
> the nuances of language and have difficulty with language pragmatics",
** Very typical autistic trait.
There are many others that seem bizarre to non- autistics.
> which reflects the content of one of Phil's flames about me.
** Really - kindy inform which one ?
Or are you not prepared to be specific since it makes mindless abuse so
much simpler ??
> My wife> really doesn't like it when I makes jokes based on ignoring
> pragmatics, so I may be doing it unintentionally more often than I
** Many poets are autistic - it helps them to confound normal readers.
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