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User Info: BudWisenheimer

BudWisenheimer
3 years ago#31
656stooge posted...
BudWisenheimer posted...

It would only be too bad if your Kinect had Aspergers. People with Aspergers make their feelings known loud and clear. They just have trouble deciphering everyone else's.

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They have trouble displaying facial emotions.



No. They have trouble reading facial emotions. Not trouble displaying them. They have plenty of facial emotions. Just not always when when the rest of society deems them appropriate.

User Info: 656stooge

656stooge
3 years ago#32
BudWisenheimer posted...

No. They have trouble reading facial emotions. Not trouble displaying them. They have plenty of facial emotions. Just not always when when the rest of society deems them appropriate.



Trust me. They have trouble displaying facial emotions.
For want of the price of tea and a slice, the old man died.

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Lerry757
3 years ago#33
dearestnight posted...
Online gamer: "F*** OFF" to opposing gamer.

Xbox: "Off? Commencing automated ragequit"


lmfao
Party like it's $19.99!

User Info: BudWisenheimer

BudWisenheimer
3 years ago#34
656stooge posted...
BudWisenheimer posted...

No. They have trouble reading facial emotions. Not trouble displaying them. They have plenty of facial emotions. Just not always when when the rest of society deems them appropriate.



Trust me. They have trouble displaying facial emotions.



They have trouble expressing the emotions you want them to express. They have trouble interpreting facial expressions.

But they do not have trouble displaying facial emotions.

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656stooge
3 years ago#35
BudWisenheimer posted...
656stooge posted...
BudWisenheimer posted...

No. They have trouble reading facial emotions. Not trouble displaying them. They have plenty of facial emotions. Just not always when when the rest of society deems them appropriate.



Trust me. They have trouble displaying facial emotions.



They have trouble expressing the emotions you want them to express. They have trouble interpreting facial expressions.

But they do not have trouble displaying facial emotions.



http://snakedance.tumblr.com/post/18637311026/aspergers-emotion-the-great-stone-face

Yes, they do.
For want of the price of tea and a slice, the old man died.

User Info: BudWisenheimer

BudWisenheimer
3 years ago#36
656stooge posted...
BudWisenheimer posted...
656stooge posted...
BudWisenheimer posted...

No. They have trouble reading facial emotions. Not trouble displaying them. They have plenty of facial emotions. Just not always when when the rest of society deems them appropriate.



Trust me. They have trouble displaying facial emotions.



They have trouble expressing the emotions you want them to express. They have trouble interpreting facial expressions.

But they do not have trouble displaying facial emotions.



http://snakedance.tumblr.com/post/18637311026/aspergers-emotion-the-great-stone-face

Yes, they do.



Thanks! Great read. But I think you're conflating alexythemia with Aspergers. And in the context of "The angry girlfriend" ... I'm wondering if maybe you've never heard of an Aspie meltdown.

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