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Asperger’s in Adults: You think you know the faces of Asperger’s Autism

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here in mongolia and we have the seeking record company dot com we're talking

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about music musicians and pastors and room

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and uh... asperger's syndrome is so as i described in my last post

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it's a condition that is really a very closely to all of his medicine might

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call it a type of autism

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uh... i would say that

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the more you slide towards normal quote-unquote whatever that is

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on the scale lessons you have

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molested less than conditions that present themselves

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the more you slide towards artisan where however your brain works

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be enough

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the more artistic kinds of reactions to things that you might have mike

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extremely except upset

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at relatively small changes

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there's a pretty wide range of before that

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hester's syndrome in

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in fact found

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we could meet pretty functionally can actually pretty pretty phenomenal in

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some cases

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some of us are intelligent

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tsongas or not

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songs can override and develop thing uh... techniques to override our car

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as you can see

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summers cannot

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and so it's all kind of a sliding scale of you know one person's us investors

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you've met one person can be very different than layer on top their

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personality traits and things are all the time

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but underline is this drive for

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burial in your hypothetically

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and if it's not extremely linear

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um... you may be one

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one option for personal is kind of thinking is

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that they have

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not only have the linear step-by-step kind of

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across the land process going on but they also have

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confuses the plans know exactly what they're going to do it

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yet that when district commission happens

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if things don't come together

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we had a little bit special formula oppression

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but before you say that you don't want to work with anybody that's burgers are

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you before you decide that

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that uh... you know that were all completely because i do want to know

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there there's quite a few people that have had asked for her is that done

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quite well

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for instance bill gates

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for instance that an accurate for instance melissa

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for instance that so several founding fathers including a believe washington

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jefferson

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and frankly

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of them

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there are made by two people

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numbers that i like the only one out of ten thousand people have asked orders

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i think that's completely off

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and it depends on the population of people that you are

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in fact uh... i find

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about what people were project man

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here's a business process analysts

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this is the work that i found myself exhibited an awful lot of effort but

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industry tendencies

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we are great schedule keepers we are grateful

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you know

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i guess navigated through processes

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howard create test

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mapping out

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relationships between things

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desensitize people

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one of the problems that we have you may notice that i am able to look right at

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the camera

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but if you were right in front of me i probably would not be looking at you and

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looking at you in the eye because

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we have a tendency to regard people's faces rather intense

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all this but a lot

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india

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that mexico challenging for us to read some of the bottom line

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signaled signals we can

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absolutely cannot out learner

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controller

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but if you're like me m you can talk to anybody from the gender to the c_e_o_

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and um...

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you know communicate outwardly just fine

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but they had to be somebody right next to you that pat has that in their

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archives

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particularly worth fighting against

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when you have no clue you know

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unnecessarily re people very well

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bachelors was delayed but his heart

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once all this cat do music well

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carriages thinking about

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about why i think

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bolton dimension

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boats are with one of them

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people who have been

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testers

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statements think about that

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visa people i think very lanier

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these are people that like to that don't necessarily enjoy surprises com

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for changes in their plan

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unless they're extremely positive overwhelming sometimes i surprised to be

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ok silas camp can suppress is bureau

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if you think about music

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music 'em

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in general

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especially read music

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very cyclical

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there's a verse

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yes uh... offcourse

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there's repetitive stuff

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and

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uh... and is it ridiculous can we expect it to

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and their dynamics and they come where you expect them to

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and so if you are listening to a song or playing a song over and over and over

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again you know exactly when waters

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happened on the civic property state

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presumptive oscars

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om

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we also can see could be barry

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kind of silently fountain pen

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sometimes to are detriment in other words uh... noises

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that we can't control

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they distract us

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three earlier create curricula stress and us

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and yet if we're controls them

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and we are going to surprise event that power cord

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met our curtis it's very hard to it

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parker

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so if we know it's going to be true cheaper and a tricky cord

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and we know it or it's going to be

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on the planet

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is actually pretty catherine too and we might be relegated practicing as we can

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often play the same thing over and over again

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and really get into it

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because what we know what to expect we know exactly what's going to happen next

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not everybody has been with us burgers

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find pleasing comforting

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or even interesting

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i do believe there is potentially important

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number of pretty exceptional musicians that expert

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right trend michener a few minutes ago

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i heard figures like one hundred ten thousand people have been got

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i think it's more like three or four people out of every one hundred but then

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again

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it depends on the populations that you're exposed to the people you have it

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maybe go straight up any literate population but web project management

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business council field

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music field icl bunch of people have to lawyers

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a number of both

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and we are to cally hoffenberg if it at the university relationships between

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thanks

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happened to the fact each other

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they don't com

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make sense of

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myself

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icy relationships between things process flows and what's happening in setting up

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a ban

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social media using the internet

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i think well i i think of those things i see them three dimensions

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and that the most interesting challenge that i have the strength to one or two

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dimensions

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so i could show it to you

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you want to break something out by my books

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but if you think of

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uh... bob

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music in general were carting off when we play and

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and listen to music project and would play and even if we report

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we're firing off a lot of things that i want to have brand more seminar

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for religious values the house

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when we're playing music

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more different parts program for working concert

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and it is a very multi-dimensional production and we

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understand relationships between nine a bit musicianship relationship between

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the drums and bass

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families are going to find other people when you're not all that kind of thing

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but i think uh... for those of africa tune in that part of our kara

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capabilities

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might have some exceptional skills there

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and that i believe that i did

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that's the time of the fact that i see between uh... musicianship

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masterson

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and i'm noah come back with more on this

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exposed and run michael go ahead

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we don't need them stinking record company dot

 

 

 

 

 

 
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