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    Quote Originally Posted by Gnske View Post
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    If Dawood's posts are an example of the standard that a young person with Aspergers writing in a foreign language will do, then it just goes to highlight how ****ing dire most of Richards were in his native tongue.



    As others have said, keep up the posting, we enjoy it. Don't worry about the ribbing, most of it is in jest. As Howe pointed out, it'll also help the English too.
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    What happens if you click the "Cause Autism" button, I wonder
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    Quote Originally Posted by fredfertang View Post
    English Asparagus is the best, and we're just coming to the end of the season - must pick some up on my way home this evening
    How good can it be? Its ****ing asparagus.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Howe_zat View Post
    What happens if you click the "Cause Autism" button, I wonder
    It takes you to my posts? >_>
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    What happens if you click the "Cause Autism" button, I wonder
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    Quote Originally Posted by cpr View Post
    If Dawood's posts are an example of the standard that a young person with Aspergers writing in a foreign language will do, then it just goes to highlight how ****ing dire most of Richards were in his native tongue.



    As others have said, keep up the posting, we enjoy it. Don't worry about the ribbing, most of it is in jest. As Howe pointed out, it'll also help the English too.
    Well, I have to clarify it.
    Honsetly speaking, asperger is not related to intelligece. My dad ad elder brother have asperger, and they are unlike me.
    What makes me different is probably a high IQ (I am sorry if anyone feels like I am bragging cuz I am not) of 170+ on IQ test.

    And lots of thanks to you and others

    Edit: It was something other than mensa
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dawood Ahmad View Post
    Well, I have to clarify it.
    Honsetly speaking, asperger is not related to intelligece. My dad ad elder brother have asperger, and they are unlike me.
    What makes me different is probably a high IQ (I am sorry if anyone feels like I am bragging cuz I am not) of 170+ on IQ test.

    And lots of thanks to you and others

    Edit: It was something other than mensa
    Isn't that Einstein level?
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    5 standard deviations above mean is 'I took a test on facebook' level.

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    Quote Originally Posted by vcs View Post
    Isn't that Einstein level?
    Could be.
    But I believe there are people who are far more intelligent than Einstein, just they didn't have a chance to shine. Also, imo, Einstein's dedication and hardwork were more important than his IQ.
    Therr is something called fars society maybe, whose members are people with IQ 175+.
    My ideal is different, who might have double this.

    Try this:
    William James Sidis is another individual whose exact IQ score is unknown. Experts have pegged his IQ somewhere in the range of 250 to 300, which would give him the highest IQ score in history. What did Sidis do to earn such an accolade? Born in 1898, he entered Harvard at the age 11 to study mathematics, which at the time made him the youngest person to ever enroll at the prestigious university. After completing his studies he began teaching, but found that the students in his class who were older than he was did not take kindly to being educated by what they perceived to be a boy. Because of his rapid rise through the educational system he suffered socially, unable to maintain close friendships. The rest of his life was marred by legal trouble after participating in socialist movements, and a stint in a sanatorium after his parents who attempted to reform his political views put him there. Upon his release in 1921, the troubled genius stepped away from mathematics and academics entirely, and lived a relatively normal life. He died at the age of 46 from a cerebral hemorrhage.
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    You're not even as good as Ten Dollar Carl....
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    Quote Originally Posted by Howe_zat View Post
    Dawood, if you're sincere, avoid using your diagnosis to make excuses for yourself. It's more likely to lead to ill feeling towards you and, most harmfully, towards others with the condition. If you've been honest with me in the past you've been studying to quite an advanced level so I'm sure whichever degree of ASD you have, it isn't significant enough to cause learning difficulties. So I'd suggest that while it probably affects your interactions significantly in life it has almost no bearing at all in the much slower, easier to navigate world of internet messageboards.

    Your 'clumsy behaviour' as you put it is almost entirely due to being so young when you signed up (which you acknowledged, quite memorably) and anything else can be explained by you learning English at the same time. We have several distinguished Australian posters who have in the past struggled with these issues.

    What you've said here suggests to me at least that you have a lot to learn about the condition, which is absolutely to be expected. I would focus that onto understanding how you interact with people and what you can do to make yourself comfortable. Other people will be fine. Mostly, though, you have to do the same growing up as everyone else.



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    Oh I am not as good as einstein I am just a troll!!
    My IQ is less than 100 I have stolen all the stuff from other. And OP is absolutely false, I am not an asperger
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