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« on: Today at 01:46:55 AM »
What can man do against such reckless autism
« on: September 19, 2018, 10:17:30 PM »
For your momYou're a big guyYou're the perfect size for itprojecting much😎
Ah I still have the original PlayStationnice haiku
Norway will be the last haven for refugees.Eh, these people are going to hell anyways. I will always take pleasure in knowing that.Why exactly would these people go to hell?
Good morning reddit
Eh, these people are going to hell anyways. I will always take pleasure in knowing that.Why exactly would these people go to hell?
« on: September 18, 2018, 02:37:52 PM »
You're the perfect size for itprojecting much😎
If you check the sep7 discord which both of you are in you can access his twitch from there.What's your twitch?smash twitter is surprisingly upset about Isabelle
« on: September 17, 2018, 05:44:46 PM »
Nintendo has cool stuff but going this asshole Microsoft route is very lame.Seems lame, charging people for old ass games and hardware because it has “classic” status.but online multiplayer balloon fight
Also these games can be played for free on an emulator 😉
« on: September 17, 2018, 04:46:53 PM »
Seems lame, charging people for old ass games and hardware because it has “classic” status.
« on: September 17, 2018, 04:41:51 PM »
Too bad it isn’t multi platform. Looks fun.
Then how come the book is called Fahrenheit 451?Celsius makes more sensekeep 100 feet away from me at all timesMetric system is for the educatedday/month/year is the correct one alsomaximum cringe
keep 100 feet away from me at all timesMetric system is for the educatedday/month/year is the correct one alsomaximum cringe
day/month/year is the correct one alsomaximum cringe
It’s still not that week yet. It’s like saying 9:59 is 10:01.the 22nd is next saturday🤔🤔🤔🤔
« on: September 14, 2018, 06:59:31 PM »
the 22nd is next saturday🤔🤔🤔🤔
Man I’m really struggling to think of something gayer than calling your car JosiahJosiah was a good car, but he was on his last leg. Served me well he did. ;~;7I liked your subyIt's just a white 2015 ford escape. I named him Brynjarnot much, just some sculpey, charger cables, thigh highs, some thongs, and a super comfy shirtPICS
Anyone of you who are in Florances way. Good luck stay safelet’s see you cross the street now frogger
« on: September 12, 2018, 01:37:06 PM »
I hope it does explode and that you pass out from the shock loss of blood and die.
« on: September 12, 2018, 01:15:02 AM »
Really want to know what's going on in his head?
His mind is driven not by him self but the thought of letting down the human race and it's possibilities. He feels responsible because he has the power to fix and build very important things. He's tortured by constant thought but yet fulfilled by having a grand purpose. His mind is on the go looking for spots missed where he can improve. Smoking weed or turning off his brain is unfavorable and feels irresponsible and selfish. Most people are stick and carrot with solely money and power. But Elon genuinely wants to build, create, improve, in many forms which I value highly.
A lot of people don't understand, many intelligent people have different perspectives and layers they work on. For example when they talk to someone not quite as bright, they dumb themselves down to the point where they can communicate successfully with the other person, without getting them confused. Creating the simplest most accurate answer is most desirable because it's supposed to work on almost all levels of intellectual thought. But it's almost so simple that some people need to think and translate it in their own minds because such a refined answer has so much information packed in.
Joe asks what Elons mind is like, Elon says it's like a constant explosion. Joe doesn't wait and decode what that means, and just asks again. Elon made the perfect answer so he sticks with it. It's almost like some sort of "thought algebra" if you think about it. He definitely makes you fill in the blanks and turn the screws with his responses if you truly want to understand what he's saying.
Another reason why his responses are simple is because when someone says a statement, in most people it triggers a response on only one or two thoughts, and they use them to converse.
For some others when they hear a statement,
1. They scan it to see if it's even logical
2. They fit the statement into a large picture, so just one thing doesn't come to mind to converse about, but a whole giant puzzle. They're are 10+ ways you could go, and describe how your statement fits into the puzzle. He could sit there and give you an extremely detailed rambling that truly seems like it has no end, or he can agree with what you said. Some people just take it as poor social skills but it's usually not. I imagine sometimes saying a statement instead of asking a question when you want a response, or rambling on questions (like Joe does) seems like poor skills to people like Elon. If you want to get information from him or people alike you're going to have to ask a specific question instead of saying a statement. Because unless they find it illogical, they're probably going to just agree with whatever you said. That's why when Joe says something true Elon is basically like "Yep."
As the step dad of two children with Autism, having been around people affected by Autism, I don't know much but more than the average person. And this is not an insult, but I think Elon is on the spectrum. It explains his rapid unending thoughts for innovation and invention, and his social awkwardness as well. He is a special guy that's for sure. Pure genius on one level, but childlike as well.
« on: September 11, 2018, 01:26:01 AM »