Grades don't matter...

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    Soooooooo are you trying to say next time I fail a test I should tell the teacher I just didn't want to be the next Hitler?

    Yea sure lol
    - tyduran13 October 14, 2010, 6:55 pm
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    I'm also pretty sure that einstein failed math

    That's a myth; he was one of the best students at mathematics.

    Read this for more information:
    - mostafagalal October 14, 2010, 12:27 pm
    well..... he did fail an entrance exam once, so there!
    - drakengard85 October 14, 2010, 1:18 pm
    he had asperjers ... how ever you spell it, kind of like dementia
    - Dragkyre October 14, 2010, 6:50 pm
    Asperger syndrome or Asperger's syndrome (English pronunciation: /æspɜrɡɜrz/) is an autism spectrum disorder that is characterized by significant difficulties in social interaction, along with restricted and repetitive patterns of behavior and interests. It differs from other autism spectrum disorders by its relative preservation of linguistic and cognitive development. Although not required for diagnosis, physical clumsiness and atypical use of language are frequently reported.[1][2] hopefully this will clear it up itsn ot really like dementia
    - Nightmare October 14, 2010, 9:08 pm
    Thanks, I was about to point that out, I babysit a kid with Asperger's and he can remember everything. If I promise to bring him a dvd to watch, or promise to take him out somewhere he doesn't forget. The only issue he has is with loud noises and lights, which means he can't go to play areas with other kids because he gets upset and angry by it so ends up lashing out... And he has to have everything said to him logically because he can't understand hypothetical situations.
    - SuDoku October 14, 2010, 9:19 pm
    I think you mean dyslexia. Asperger's is autism, not dementia.
    - SuDoku October 14, 2010, 9:20 pm
    autism thats what i meant
    - Dragkyre October 14, 2010, 9:58 pm
    i have aspergers i have the exact same issues, was diagnosed when i was 3
    - Dragkyre October 14, 2010, 9:59 pm
    That's early to be diagnosed, the kid I babysit wasn't diagnosed till he was 7 and he's 8 now.
    - SuDoku October 14, 2010, 10:35 pm
    its really interesting and how there can varying degrees like aspergers is like a mild form of autism
    - Nightmare October 14, 2010, 11:42 pm
    Well that's the thing, I reckon the kid I babysit is more in the middle, but my mates brother, who has it, is more severe. I had to look after kids in high school when I was in year 11 and I ended up with a kid who had it really badly and would just go around and kick everyone.
    - SuDoku October 15, 2010, 1:17 am
    oh wow yeah i have known a violent one before and yeah its just such a fascinating disorder from a scientific point of view but i fell sorry for those kids who have to live with it
    - Nightmare October 15, 2010, 1:53 am
    Well from speaking to the little boy I look after, he did a dvd for my sisters assignment on autism, he likes being autistic, because he likes being smart, and in all honesty we still treat him like any other boy his age, punish him when he's naughty and praise him when he's good. The only thing he can't do is go to childrens play areas and places like that. The person I feel sorry for is his sister because she misses out on loads because he can't do it. But in general he's a very happy boy who as the doctor described it as 'has his genetic cards shuffled differently' :)
    - SuDoku October 15, 2010, 1:57 am
    oh of course i mean its not fair to treat them any differently and i know a kid at my school who is super smart and hes a nice kid you couldnt tell he had it until he told me and what a nice way to put having aspergers :) but i feel more sorry for the ones whoe cant socially interact and some who have severe autism and cant talk and you know do inapropriate things around other people
    - Nightmare October 15, 2010, 2:14 am
    Well the kid I do does, he is quite socially awkward, but he isn't horrible or anything, it's more inquisitive but he doesn't know where the line is, he'll just go up to random strangers and ask them questions, which can sometimes be a bit personal. I mean you can tell he has it because he can't and won't make eye contact and he has behaviours which show through when he does certain things like trying to recall a fact or something. And yeah I feel sorry for those ones, but in some cases, like the kid at my school, he shouldn't have been mainstream, it wasn't good for him if he can't control what he does, and in some ways that's the blame which needs to go on the parents.. I understand not being treated differently but there's a line between they that and when they need to be away from mainstream schools etc.
    - SuDoku October 15, 2010, 2:21 am
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    well, this shows that there is a hope for me in school. Yay. =)

    not in school but in life
    - thekitkatkid October 28, 2010, 5:13 pm
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    Only because you are jealous of people like me who are predicted A* lol
    joke, im not trying to troll, but really I am. I know what you mean, but the grade is important. You need money to do these things. Picasso cant make fine art without paint.

    Also, like the joke ones...
    "A+ What most politicians get in acting".
    And i never knew Steve Jobs would have got an F- in Business. Who would have thought?

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    when the guy that made FED EX was in collage he was told to write a report on his own invention.He wrote about fed ex & the professor gave his report an F.....I bet he feels like a complete idiot now

    BTW love the post mosatafa

    Interesting story... :D

    ...and thank you, thekitkatkid xD

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