Welcome to Autism Forums, a friendly forum to discuss Aspergers Syndrome, Autism, High Functioning Autism and related conditions.Your voice is missing! You will need to register to get access to the following site features:
We hope to see you as a part of our community soon! Please also check us out @ https://www.twitter.com/aspiescentral
I'm guessing they mean that currently humans haven't found a way to advance our technology without destroying our environment and ourselves. Also keeping in mind this is what the young children relayed.. young rural kids who didn't have the full knowledge and vocabulary to express what was probably communicated to them, thus the message sounding more rudimentary. But still made sense to me.Amish aliens...!?
(Also, isn't their vehicle an advanced technology??)
The Great Buster - A Celebration
It's about Buster Keaton's life and career, very interesting.
Wow. Yeah, who can ever forget seeing an airliner full of human beings cartwheeling when it hit the ground?The episode I ended up watching was about the crash of Flight 232 in Sioux City back in 1989. While I did watch the full episode, there is an "abridged" version here.
Be aware - if this kind of documentary scares/upsets you, don't watch the video below:
At least there were survivors of that incident, and the pilots did well considering the damage that the exploding jet engine did to the plane.Wow. Yeah, who can ever forget seeing an airliner full of human beings cartwheeling when it hit the ground?
And to think of all the DC-10s I flew years ago.
Other silent era comedians were way too expressive, I think. They were very hammy which is one reason Keaton “translates” so well with modern day viewers. He behaves like a normal person.Yeah I guess people had to have expressive faces in silent movies, I just think he could have done well playing poker. He could have a really good poker face if he wanted to I think.
Other silent era comedians were way too expressive, I think. They were very hammy which is one reason Keaton “translates” so well with modern day viewers. He behaves like a normal person.
Buster loved playing bridge! Does a person need a poker face for that? Bridge face.