Simon of the Playa wrote:dont ever make fun of retards...
especially if you ever plan on having kids.
it's just bad karma, you know what i mean?
Martiena wrote:Humility is one of the lessons I needed to learn, my children have taught me alot.
Ugly Dougly wrote:Martiena wrote:Humility is one of the lessons I needed to learn, my children have taught me alot.
Yes, I have heard they do that, which why I have avoided having any.
I just know there has got to be an art project in here somewhere!
TomServo wrote:I have no filter. Think what you want, but my love of Language, is only a partial indicator of my true personality. I just don't care to protect most people's delicate sensibilities. I've found, through experience that MOST eplayans are nothing like their screen selves. Some, unfortunately, are. If words upset you, then life has a big suprise in store for you!
Ugly Dougly wrote:I was taught to beware of labels. Better to read the table of contents and find out what's really inside.
I am the mother of three young men, two of them ( between them) have tourette syndrome, obsessive compulsive disorder, autism and bipolar,and severe attention deficit. The third recieved the gift of good health.
The word retard sounds very ignorant to me. Ignorant in..lack of understanding. Before I had my children I had no idea either.
Families such as mine are so thankful for empathy and compassion in our world. Unfortunantly that is not often the way it pans out.I believe humor,and education are the best way to teach people about differences. Our favorite movie is 'What about Bob " great tourette scenes ( I need to learn how to insert a clip from the movie). Anyway, I thought I would share what a large part of my life has been about. Humility is one of the lessons I needed to learn, my children have taught me alot.
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