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  1. T

    Not my first time on one of these Forums, Hi hello

    Hi, there everybody. You can call me Tom, or Mid-Sneke. Or John, those are all acceptable. I'm 24 going on 25, never employed, I have had a DD waiver since I was 18. I was diagnosed when I was 5, and I've never been in a relationship. I live with my parents, and my hobbies are reading, listening...
  2. Mr Allen

    Just writing a cover letter for a job at CEX, should I put that I'm a disabled Aspie?

    Topic. So far I've detailed that I'm a 42 year old from Sheffield who's a very keen gamer and has an extensive games and DVD and Blu Ray collection comprising a variety of genres from action to sports and sci fi. As you will see from my enclosed up to date CV, I have extensive retail...
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