Tag Archives: autism

bits and pieces: late October update

I’m somewhat disappointed that WordPress decided to send me a ‘Happy Blogging Anniversary’ message a day early this year. It’s the “Thanks for flying with us” part that would have made it funny (in a twisted sort of way), this … Continue reading

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No More “Glitches” for a While (with long and tirade-y explanation including things that aren’t grammar-related)

Sorry, but I’m going to have to use figurative language in this one (which is sort of important to a point I’m trying to make)…  This is how it’s supposed to work:  You believe something such as All cats hate … Continue reading

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Bits and pieces: May 22

It shouldn’t bother me, but it does… I don’t like anyone shortening my name. I’m Thomas, not Tom (and gods help you if you call me Tommy to my face). If that’s too hard to remember, just call me Weaver … Continue reading

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Sometimes, he realizes it’s better to quit and try again later.

Tried to write a blog post in response to an article about ‘the only way to write a realistic female character.’ Got angry, went on a tangent, lost focus… Tried to write a blog post in response to someone’s comment … Continue reading

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In space, no one can hear you talk to yourself…

My wake/sleep cycle is fucked. I don’t mean that as a complaint, just an observation. Lacking anything to keep me more-or-less on someone else’s “normal” schedule, I immediately fell into Awake for 20 hours, sleep for 6, rinse and repeat … Continue reading

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Sometimes, he tells jokes — seriously.

Just FYI, I’m currently internetting without the supervision of a responsible adult, and have been without such supervision since early Monday morning. (I don’t get to call myself a responsible adult, because I’m physically disabled, and I don’t have a … Continue reading

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Sometimes, he blogs while angry.

I should stop reading anything online (or elsewhere) about autism; it only makes me angry.  When I get angry, I’m more likely to go nonverbal (temporarily lose the ability to use words in speech or writing).  Not a good state … Continue reading

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