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When In Rome
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Oct 14, 1968 (Age: 51)

When In Rome

Well-Known Member, Male, 51, from UK

When In Rome was last seen:
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    1. MrSpock
      "No you haven't"
      "Yes I have"
      "Just now"
      Hilarious, my favourite sketch
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      2. When In Rome
        When In Rome
        The thing is, not everyone will get it - glad you did lol
        Feb 22, 2017
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    Oct 14, 1968 (Age: 51)
    Diagnosis Status:
    High Functioning Autism - Officially Diagnosed
    Me? I like forums and do not like social networking. I am an animal lover and may relate better with animals than humans. I understand that the most certain thing in life is death and will be happy to go before we become a galaxy of automations! I am told I have a wicked (and often terrible) sense of humour and punditry might be my middle name so bear with me! I live in the UK, on my own but have a good support network, social worker, autism carework co-ordinators and I have two hours help per day with my routine.


    If evolution really was a continual process, surely bananas would be round by now. Or straight, depending on which direction they were going.