Category Archives: Aspergers and health

I Clicked the “I am not a Robot Box”

Today I visited the Department of Motor Vehicles website in order to renew the registration on my motorcycle. At the end of one of the pages is the familiar box, where we certify that we’re not robots. I clicked on … Continue reading

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Another Quora dialog

We Aspies have a tendency to be direct. Sometimes, we’re too direct for the comfort of others. So we adapt. We try to be subtle, and gently lead people to our way of thinking. Unfortunately, too many “normies” are conditioned … Continue reading

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Thoughts on my late father

As many of y’all may have gathered, my father recently passed away. He was 85 years old, and lived a full life. He dabbled in many occupations, stayed married to my mother for over 60 years, and was able to … Continue reading

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Is mental illness a “social construct?”

If I wrote about every example of leftist stupidity I encountered, I’d have to spend all my time publishing new posts to this blog. I do have better things to do, but once in a while, I see one that’s … Continue reading

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Racial differences in eye problems

There is no equality in nature. When I was a kid, leftist hippies used to stress the point that humans are “part of nature.” These days, the Establishment Left embraces an implicit human exceptionalism; a belief that the normal rules … Continue reading

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Summer and the sweet smell of sweat

Summer has started early here in Oregon, and I’ve wasted no time exploring some of the beautiful places within driving/riding distance from my home. This is the time to hop on my scooter and spend time outdoors. It’s also the … Continue reading

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Do microbes control our minds?

I just read a fascinating article, by Kathleen Mcaulitte, at The Atlantic.com. It has to do with the research of Jaroslav Flegr, whose theories about the microbe Toxoplasma gondii are revolutionary. Here are some excerpts from the article: … Starting … Continue reading

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Tourettes and Aspergers: Freedom of speech

I once had a housemate with Tourettes Syndrome. Every day, and most of the time (unless he was otherwise socially occupied) he would engage in grotesque tics and outbursts of profanity. He would keep me up at night and distract … Continue reading

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Dating with Aspergers

A while ago I came across an article that really hit home with me: “Dating with Asperger’s.” Though my case is mild, it would be an understatement to say that this syndrome has hindered by relationships with the opposite sex. … Continue reading

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Cobwebs, change of state and Aspergers

Lately I’ve been thinking about an incident that occurred years ago. I was attending a college course and the professor, who we were told was very qualified for his position, was explaining the solid, liquid and gas states of various … Continue reading

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