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07-08-2009, 03:41 PM
Join Date: May 2009
Location: LA, CA
Enfernikus, I wanted to say the same thing sorta. I wonder if I wouldve traded a bit of Autism just to get a bit smarter... or maybe I am alsready a bit autistic, but I dont think im smart... argh.
Hmmm the end of them huh. Im learning quite a lot in this forum honestly.
Knight, I actually wanted to conduct a mini experiment and ask people that very question, to see how they would respond. I somewhat predicted your answer was gonna be the most popular response.
Ryanmr, yeah I think humans tend to do just that at times, avoiding topics that they dont know about. I guess its logical since you wont be able to say much anyway - like you cant contribute anything, which probably leads to self-esteem and other matters.
Adamdecaf, yes I agree. I guess not also just people giving us feedback but non-aggressive or negative feedback. I guess thats why we all tend to choose who we talk to. I mean we can predict the outcome of a conversation before we go on with it, why start or proceed if we know it leads to bad things...
Some types of people are just a bit extra unique that they end up alone - not that they dont want to socialize, theres just not enough of their kind, or those of another class who can give them a positive or acceptable response.
As for accomplishment or legacy, Ive been thinking about this a long time ago and I somewhat agree with ryanmr that through your legacy you continue to communicate and retain some manner of human value, even through death, whenever your contribution is used by other people. As long as it is not discarded or forgotten that is. Well, this is actually a very broad topic on its own so...
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