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Since it's Halloween month...

Post by Davek80514 » Sun Oct 01, 2017 11:45 pm







God gave his ArchAngels weapons because even the Almighty knew you don't fight evil with tolerance & understanding.

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Re: Since it's Halloween month...

Post by Mag » Mon Oct 02, 2017 9:30 am

Oh, now that would be an "interesting" find. I have a large deck off the back of the house, if it was not covered in rock, may be worth it to do it ;)

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Re: Since it's Halloween month...

Post by Davek80514 » Mon Oct 02, 2017 9:48 am

:lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:
God gave his ArchAngels weapons because even the Almighty knew you don't fight evil with tolerance & understanding.

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Re: Since it's Halloween month...

Post by FM-USA » Wed Oct 04, 2017 8:37 pm

HILARIOUS!!!+!

Sad thing is, the way this PC krap is going, when it's unearthed they'll come for you. New owners will claim "undue mental hardship" or something really Liberally weird like that. :(


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Re: Since it's Halloween month...

Post by Mag » Thu Oct 05, 2017 8:42 am

Hmmm.... No fun anymore, no practical jokes, no scaring people, hmmm. :cry:

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Re: Since it's Halloween month...

Post by FM-USA » Thu Oct 05, 2017 9:21 am

Mag wrote:
Thu Oct 05, 2017 8:42 am
Hmmm.... No fun anymore, no practical jokes, no scaring people, hmmm. :cry:
YAAAaaaa these Libs is making life SOOOooo boring.
Maybe I could carry an oversized Cartoon Glove and every time a Lib tries to PC me,...
WHACK! :P
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Re: Since it's Halloween month...

Post by aj1500 » Thu Oct 05, 2017 12:39 pm

HAHAHA I love it, that looks like my riding buddy from last year around this time
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Re: Since it's Halloween month...

Post by Mag » Thu Oct 05, 2017 1:48 pm

AJ - now if you can only have the cycle move down the road to get everyone's attention, nice!

FM - You know if you did that, someone would video it, switch your inflatable hand with a bat, and then claim abuse.

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Re: Since it's Halloween month...

Post by aj1500 » Thu Oct 05, 2017 2:50 pm

AJ - now if you can only have the cycle move down the road to get everyone's attention, nice!

I had him secured in the car for the entire month last year, I did get a lot of looks and a few picture takers while out riding
but I get that anyway with the sidecar :D
I didn't wear the mask that's in the pic, that was just for the one pic

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Re: Since it's Halloween month...

Post by Mag » Fri Oct 06, 2017 9:19 am

I used to be all in to Halloween until my boy (who has autism) at 4 years old freaked out about a talking goul with big eyes scared him. We had to stop all Halloween. He is 19 now, and still gets scared.....at least Santa is not as scary ;)

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Re: Since it's Halloween month...

Post by FM-USA » Fri Oct 06, 2017 10:45 am

I've never been privy to autism so I'm a bit green other than its definition.
Can autism be understood as misplaced or displaced reality?
If so, that can be corrected.
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Post by Mag » Fri Oct 06, 2017 9:09 pm

I guess if you could look at it in a way it could, but it is really hard to define. Unfortunately it is a little bit different with each person to a point.
- My daughter, does really well, converses, highly intelligent, weak on social aspects, sometimes does not see the humor in things, does not understand relationships except their true black and white understandings. She takes things very (I mean over the top) literally.
- My son, stopped talking at year 1 (when he was previously very vocal and starting to talk), he is highly unsociable, though he can handle a crowd to a point. He will not look in your eyes at all, and when he does, you know there is a confused thought behind them, and he will turn away immediately. He is very smart computer-wise, figures things out, was able to get out on internet on the school computer system after they locked him out, a big teddy bear but easily over stimulated with certain activities.

It is round to explain the practical situations for people with autism. I have not met any older adults yet so I know what I will be dealing with when my kids get older, so we are sort of on our own. Amazing when we are talking now that 1 in every 45 approx are now diagnosed with it, and I am thinking previous diagnosis was given another resolution, and with anything the scientists further define people as they come down with it. All I know is I have 2 kids, totally different, and we have to look at how we talk with them differently, and we are not having any more kids because 2 is enough with this. Nothing like "onward and upward". Don't I wish I could take my boy to a baseball game or have him learn to drive (neither will happen really because of his situation). My daughter can drive, but does not like baseball....hmmmm Strike 2. The wife definitely does not like sports, so I am ass out going on my own most of the time. Ok, it ends with me, hmmm.

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Re: Since it's Halloween month...

Post by FM-USA » Sat Oct 07, 2017 6:54 am

Mag:
First, I hope the best for your family.
What you're describing seems to be learned traits.
I'm not doing details, I'm not in your situation but maybe my situation could open helpful ideas.
I'm afraid of heights but I (before retiring) still climbed 40 ft ladders. I had a 3 story, 2 tone paint job that needed done. I roped 2 extension ladders together and after calming down, slowly climbed one rung at a time. Twice getting nervous I stopped & calmed thinking, I'm here, not hurt, deep breaths and when calmed, continued.
The point is, understand the problem, think it through, don't rush, one step at a time, and "X" will get done. The biggest tool I used was 'personal perseverance', I wanted it done.
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HOPE THIS HELPS 👍
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Re: Since it's Halloween month...

Post by Mag » Sat Oct 07, 2017 11:15 am

I don't want to say that Autism can be defined as how to cure is to learn, but you are correct to the point of perseverance. I know there are times with my boy that sometimes he will not do something, and then if I introduce in parts or sections, it is better for him, but I can not afford going to a baseball game and introduce one inning at a time (Mariners is 2 hours away and expensive tickets, lol).

All I wish is that I could get a conversation out of him, but I can tell when his "Yes" is a real yes or just his auto response reply. His conversation replies are all 1 word responses, so it makes it challenging knowing whether he hurts or not, or whatever. I guess the positive thing is since I have 2 kids with Autism, I do not know anything different or can compare them to what "normal" kids go through. He is a good passenger on the bike, though being 6 ft 1 sitting on the passenger seat he gets buffeted a lot, lol. I have always taken him everywhere I go when going to town, or out on the lake (he loves to float on inner-tubes), and he does help short people in the grocery store getting them items off the top shelf all the time.

Also, what is a kick is hearing the "Wheeeeeeeeeeeeeee" out of his helmet when we zoom down the road.

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Re: Since it's Halloween month...

Post by jbaviera » Sun Nov 05, 2017 8:03 am

Davek80514 wrote:
Sun Oct 01, 2017 11:45 pm
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I'm going to try and convince my son-in-law to do this on his all-but-on-the-ground deck!
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Re: Since it's Halloween month...

Post by VinceDevin » Sun Nov 05, 2017 9:51 pm

Lol! Now, that would be a "surprise." :D



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