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Ronald Isley 16 Jul 16
Replying to @AEndregaard
very. I wish I could meet that kid lol
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S. 16 Jul 16
Replying to @yoyotrav
This makes me so happy❤️ RT : Y'all hating on , but this game is really changing people's lives:
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Meredith L. Patterson 16 Jul 16
I twitched a bit at the celebration of normalcy too. Taking a step back, though, I see both a parent …
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Meredith L. Patterson 16 Jul 16
… and a kid being excited at bidirectional communication, each in their own way. Hopefully the parent …
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Meredith L. Patterson 16 Jul 16
Replying to @ChaoticRambler
totally feel you there. I guess in a world of imperfect expression (and imperfect reception) it comes down to what one's …
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Meredith L. Patterson 16 Jul 16
Replying to @ChaoticRambler
… willing to err on the side of, if that makes sense. I used to freeze up, expecting anything I tried to say to come out …
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Efferal 16 Jul 16
Replying to @yoyotrav @toddunctious
yes and he is a child . That's who should be playing Pokemon
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ghosts are the result of too much math 16 Jul 16
Replying to @efferal @yoyotrav
if adulthood isn't grey and joyless and devoid of fun, you're doing it wrong!
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Mori 🦈 17 Jul 16
Im autistic too. The thing is that this kid is able to enjoy himself with 'neurotypical' people.
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Mori 🦈 17 Jul 16
its not so much about us acting like 'normal' people. Please see the good of things.
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