Who needs friends?

Six days a week, from the age of three days old, my parents left me with my mother’s maternal grandfather, who was my oldest living relative at the time of my birth, for education and training according to our extended family tradition, dating back to when we got here from France, to help our Jesuit […]

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If you need a tame zombie doppelganger on autopilot, borrow mine. It wrote and published a novella in my name and put it on Smashwords, mwhahahahahaha!

https://www.smashwords.com/books/view/493556 Whilst I was in a moment of otherplanetness, the tame zombie that I employ as my doppleganger on autopilot while I’m away the with fairies, entered my name for this year’s ‘NaNoWriMo’ challenge, to compose a 50,000 word novel in the 30 days of the month before Christmas. It had in mind that I […]

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What goes round, comes round

I had a head injury at age fifteen, on my way home from qualifying to sail to canada, to plan some real estate development for the church to which I belonged, and within a week the church dumped me ignominiously and found someone else to take my place. But losing my potential job was the […]

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Madison firm makes progress in autism diagnosis, treatment

http://host.madison.com/wsj/news/local/health_med_fit/madison-firm-makes-progress-in-autism-diagnosis-treatment/article_f6e9a23a-21cf-5f85-9495-a87aeea29a44.html It is always uplifting for someone like me to read reports like this, which tell us of new ways of diagnosing and treating autism earlier, but disappointing that no mention is made that the most devastating effect on individuals and families of autism, namely, suicide ideation*, can only be treated, effectively, economically and satisfactorily […]

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