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Humor is a human thing.

Autists are subhuman.

AnOminous, Kiwi Farms 15 Comments [10/11/2017 1:04:11 PM]
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Pharaoh Bastethotep

As an Aspie, both the claim and the implicit "reasoning" is patently untrue for me.

And who is more subhuman: The subhuman, or the community of subhumans boosting their egos by stalking, bullying and gaslighting said subhuman?

Yes, Chris-Chan is an obnoxious, thoroughly contemptible jerk, but the trolls have crossed the line where it stops being funny into the outright heinous many times.

I guess they could be considered our evil counterpart.

10/11/2017 1:43:55 PM



I am not autistic myself but have friends who are and they are far more humour fans than the OP is.

10/11/2017 1:46:00 PM



Someone from Kiwi Farms calling somebody subhuman is like a Neo-Nazi calling someone racist.

10/11/2017 1:51:29 PM



I could be mistaken but isn't Kiwi Farms a troll site? I mean doesn't Caamib post there?

10/11/2017 2:03:50 PM

creativerealms

What?

10/11/2017 4:38:19 PM

Anon-e-moose

...and you're supposed to be Kiwi Farms' resident legal expert?

Dynastia must be contagious.

Also:

https://kiwifarms.net/threads/teddy-beale-vox-day.14597/*



Be civil.

Don't get angry over Lolcows. If you need to tell people you're better than someone, you're probably not


https://kiwifarms.net/threads/why-are-autists-so-darn-humorless.35010/



Autists are subhuman


Mary Jane Lick Sick's hypocrisy must be contagious.

Those on the spectrum here on FSTDT aren't Nazis/Alt-Shitists. Or Terrorists. Or Theocratic Dominionist Christain fundies.

There's a lot on KF who won't get the joke - Satire - here on FSTDT: like so many fundies don't. Otherwise the quoted fundie here would be Normal enough to admit he's wrong in word, action: and thought, and delete his post; or at least admit his unjustifiable thinking, and edit said post. But then, he'd probably be too Dunning-Kruger-affected to admit he's wrong, and therefore do so. Maybe use the pathetic excuse of 'Oh, I said that "Ironically"!'. Well, you could always say the same about this quote here - and the resulting comments - could you not, o OP? Irony = 'Satire'.

So why aren't you laughing...?!

There's a lot of Humour on the sub on Reddit relating to the 'Ashens' YouTube channel. Therefore a question:

Why aren't there any quotes here in FSTDT from that sub's members, or even from the person it relates to: Dr. Stuart Ashen?

His Ph.D is in Psychology, by the way.

*- Moral: Here's AnOminous being a massive edgelord. [/PickleGuy]

10/11/2017 7:25:11 PM

rubber chicken

There is some evidence that Dolphins, Rats, Crows and the Great Apes amongst others, all demonstrate behaviour consistent with a sense of humour. So that makes you 0/2.

10/11/2017 8:20:39 PM



I take that to mean you're the only one who laughs at your jokes, or that they tend to center around cruelty which someone like me would not find very funny at all.

10/11/2017 8:27:16 PM

Skide

@Pharaoh Bastethotep

Can`t speak for others here but in my book you`ve got a tremendous sense of humour and I do honestly enjoy your jokes. :)

10/12/2017 12:17:00 AM

Shepard Solus

You're an autist?

10/12/2017 4:12:29 AM

Yossarian Lives

In which case, what species are you, AnOminous?

10/12/2017 5:10:16 AM

Man Called True

I'm on the spectrum and have lost most of my emotions over time. And I still laugh. Answer that.

10/12/2017 10:31:51 AM

Kanna

Apparently gratuitous cruelty and intolerance are also "human things", in your world. Lucky you.

10/12/2017 11:33:26 AM



If "human" means being an intolerant bigot like you - then I think I'll pass, thank you very much!!

10/12/2017 1:01:40 PM

shy

My husband is an "autist." Like most other aspies I've known, he's also among the kindest, most thoughtful, and most intelligent people I've ever met.

Sure, he has pretty intense interests he's very passionate about — especially in computers and networking — and he can long-winded about that and the other things things he loves, such as cooking (kind of ironic because he's got to be the pickiest eater I know of). He also has trouble understanding when other people aren't interested in whatever it is he's going on about and pausing to give them a chance to respond. At the same time, he can also be abrupt to the point of seeming curt, but he's actually very friendly and means well. He just has trouble recognizing social cues and how he comes across to others. When you point any of this out to him, he apologizes and thanks you.

But all of that aside, a sense of humor and the ability to understand it is not among his "deficits" — most of which I actually find endearing and good qualities, anyway. As someone into programming and who can't cook for shit, his technobabble and love of cooking are the very opposite of bothersome to me. He doesn't mind me telling him when that's enough talking about something for now or interrupting him to respond. He says my doing so has helped him with his social skills, and I can see it. Everything else about him is more than enough to outweigh any weak points he has as a result of his "syndrome."

My husband is why I've come to understand just how disordered society is for not understanding and appreciating mental and neurological diversity. A person's unique qualities only become "disorders" and "syndromes" when they interfere with the ability to function and achieve self-actualization. It's ok to use therapy and medication as a means to help overcome this — hell, it's what ought to be done — but it's not ok to try to erase a person's personality traits with "therapy" and medication, stopping only when enough of their unique qualities have been erased for society feels to comfortable with calling them "normal." If an individual is able and willing to be a functioning and upstanding member of society, but society doesn't want to let them because they're not "normal" and "conformant" enough, then that's society's problem, not the individual's.

*Sidenote: I can be just as longwinded and completely absorbed in what I'm talking about, as anyone who's visited the IRC knows; hyperfocusing also comes with being ADHD, and I am beyond ADHD. Also, as far as ADHD is concerned, the therapy I received for it helped far more than any medication ever has, though there's no denying that I also need the meds.

10/15/2017 8:04:14 PM

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