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  1. MortalWombat
    10-12-2011 03:02 PM
    MortalWombat
    Seriously, that is pathetic. I got prettied up to resemble a human just in case he was still up here, just in case I could talk to him. And he must have left, or he's in a study room and not to be disturbed.
    Sad.

    ADDED:
    They were already brushed from this morning, but I have coffee breath
  2. MortalWombat
    10-12-2011 03:00 PM
    MortalWombat
    Scenario:
    Womby sitting alone in back of library main floor
    lookin' like a bum
    not even looking human, really
    bad day

    A wild Christopher appears
    walks upstairs
    Womby panics

    Womby scurries across the quad
    goes back to dorm
    brushes teeth
    brushes hair
    puts on makeup
    puts on non-bummy clothes
    scurries back across quad

    enters library
    goes upstairs because that's where her project group is meeting

    Wild Chris has fled

    Pathetic Womby is sad
  3. MortalWombat
    10-12-2011 02:47 PM
    MortalWombat
    I hate how pathetic I am sometimes.
  4. SnakeMXIM
    10-12-2011 02:38 PM
    SnakeMXIM
    A new avatar. Not bad. I still prefer the invisible man one.
  5. ppu6502
    10-12-2011 02:35 PM
    ppu6502
    The plan is about 6 weeks, but we are booking things as we go. Touring all day most days, going out drinking once in a while, planning next leg of trip every few nights, all while trying to keep up my normal working pace, remotely. It's hectic but pretty cool so far.

    I sometimes wonder how an occupation that is more hands-on (as opposed to sitting on the PC all day) would have worked out for me. I used to bake pizzas at a store in Ohio, and it felt good forcing myself to interact with customers, get my hands dirty, and feel tired at the end of the day. What kind of day-to-day things would you be up to if you follow that path?
  6. MortalWombat
    10-12-2011 02:23 PM
    MortalWombat
    He seems Irish. Put that was the only realistic color that photobucket offered.
  7. MortalWombat
    10-12-2011 02:20 PM
    MortalWombat
    wat
    Click the image to open in full size.
  8. lifesight
    10-12-2011 02:12 PM
    lifesight
    *continues laughing out loud and licks your finger* oops, you haz no face anymore
  9. MortalWombat
    10-12-2011 02:07 PM
    MortalWombat
    Click the image to open in full size.
  10. MortalWombat
    10-12-2011 01:57 PM
    MortalWombat
    Makes me smile even more than I usually do when you post
  11. MortalWombat
    10-12-2011 01:52 PM
    MortalWombat
    Heh heh heh heh
  12. ppu6502
    10-12-2011 01:30 PM
    ppu6502
    Hey - stuff is pretty good. This is our last day in London, it was pretty much just a convenient place to fly in to for general Euro-touring, so we stayed for 4 nights. The internet connection at the hotel is pretty crap, and we blew 2 power converters somehow..bad wiring in the hotel or something, so it's been limited connectivity.

    Next up is Manchester for a few days, hopefully better internet there.

    I'll prob be going through INTJf withdrawal and go on a rampage of posting :P

    Hows stuff with you?
  13. MortalWombat
    10-12-2011 01:14 PM
    MortalWombat
    Thanks. It's the only time I can work with people.
  14. MortalWombat
    10-12-2011 01:01 PM
    MortalWombat
    He trusted me with his items, too. Autistics sometimes have certain possessions that mean extraordinarily much to them, like they are the one consistent constant to be trusted. My student had a blue die with numbers, and a toy helicopter. Man, he would lose his shit if someone touched those or moved them. But he would give them to me when he had to leave to go outside or to another room or something. It made me feel nice to have his trust.
  15. MortalWombat
    10-12-2011 12:56 PM
    MortalWombat
    I flourish in that situation. I still don't understand why. I've worked with mentally disabled, with physically disabled. It is easy for me. Physically disabled are slightly more of a struggle, for whatever reason. The blind girl didn't like me.

    I don't know if I've ever bonded with another human in person like I bonded with the autistic boy. It got to where I felt like I was psychic I knew when he wanted something, what it was, when he was upset, why, how to fix it. I used to sit on the floor by his chair and the breakfast table. He wouldnt ever eat, and was seriously undersized for his age, so everyone always tried to make him eat. He would only do it if I sat with him, though. I would hum to him, which was like his language. And he would hold my hand or play with my hair and just make his happy sounds, and finally eat.
  16. SnakeMXIM
    10-12-2011 12:48 PM
    SnakeMXIM
    Reminds me of a picture I discovered today that you might enjoy:
  17. MortalWombat
    10-12-2011 12:45 PM
    MortalWombat
    He does a lot similar with autistics. Not that his character is, but it's interesting to see. The repetition and lack of understanding for some things, the clinging to personal rituals. Those are shared qualities.

    When people would take the rocking chair that my autistic student liked, I would have to bundle him up in my arms and rock him. It still wasn't the same for him, but it helped. He would stop crying.
  18. spect
    10-12-2011 12:44 PM
    spect
    lol!
  19. spect
    10-12-2011 12:37 PM
    spect
    not if i decide to rob a bank *evil laugh*
  20. MortalWombat
    10-12-2011 12:37 PM
    MortalWombat
    What do you mean?

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