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>Another Moment for Hilarity

February 8, 2010

>Real life demands preclude any long blogging or digging, so you’ll have to settle for these nuggets:

“Dr. Jason…please listen to Dr. Wakefield set the record straight. He is a worldclass researcher. It takes significant courage to withstand the criticism slung his way over the last decade.”  —Shelley Reynolds

“Wakefield was framed just as we thought!” —Moffie!

“It is not the aim of Autism Politico to engineer autistics – who are already social rejects- into first rate boors. Merely to provide them with one possible means to raise themselves in the estimation of others.” –Autism Politico (while not funny, the sheer testicular fortitude of the “sophisticated” editors who have such hate for autistic people has to be good for a snort of disbelief)

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4 Comments
  1. February 8, 2010 10:47 pm

    >"It is not the aim of Autism Politico to engineer autistics – who are already social rejects- into first rate boors. Merely to provide them with one possible means to raise themselves in the estimation of others."ಠ_ಠWhut you saaaay?

  2. February 9, 2010 12:40 am

    >"Merely to provide them with one possible means to raise themselves in the estimation of others."…by which they mean "stop acting like autistics and giving autistics a bad name"? Right….The contradiction between Autism Politico's stated intention and actual practice is quite striking.

  3. February 10, 2010 9:10 am

    >Ooooh! I just posted a comment on Mitchell's latest post, but seeing as he likely won't print it, maybe I could leave it here? It's funny!* ~ *Excellent post, and it didn't knock anybody! Mahvelous, dahling!I think I see your problem, you have a "precarious precunius", meaning it tends to wobble periodically. Not likely to ever find a cure for that, short of operating to install a stabilizer.

  4. February 10, 2010 4:54 pm

    >More hilarity at http://age-of-ignorance.blogspot.com/2010/02/he-wants-to-see-monkeys.html

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