Sorry, but I haven't yet shared the information about myself that would typically display here. Check back later to see if that changes, or if I instead choose to remain an enigma.
I will always avoid social situations because they inevitably result in highly negative consequences for me and others. This is not an "excuse". It is learning from past experiences.
Aspies who blame themselves for their persecution are brainwashed fools. Period. They persecute us because they feel threatened. We don't need to change. Society does.
The main negative aspect of Asperger's Syndrome is that society despises you and wants to you to die from the moment you're born. (The Autism Speaks folks mince no words about it.)
So, why would any Aspie wish to assimilate into such a sick society that wishes them dead? It's a cowardly fool's game, both morally and logically bankrupt.
"Aspies don't have emotions...? "
Last week, I picked six of ten results correctly and two perfect scores.
Reading 2-1 Bolton
This is the most important game of Reading's season so far, no doubt about it. (So of course, the stupid American channels aren't showing it.) A solid win could put a halt to our relegation slide, while a loss (or even a draw) will certainly accelerate next season's trip to Blackpool. After all, if we can't take all three points at home against a fellow struggler, when will we pick them up?
But things are never easy for the Royals this season, so I predict another tight, last-minute 2-1 home win (see Wigan, Newcastle, Sunderland).
Man City 1-2 Arsenal
Birmingham 2-0 Derby
Blackburn 1-1 Everton
Portsmouth 0-1 Chelsea
Tottenham 2-1 Man Utd
Wigan 0-0 West Ham
Liverpool 3-0 Sunderland