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I don't know who first made this, but they're my soul sister.
I don’t know who first made this, but they’re my soul sister.

Definitions of a know-it-all:

know-it-all: noun, informal
noun: know-it-all; plural noun: know-it-alls
a person who behaves as if they know everything.

Behaves as if? But what if I really do?
I’ve been called a know-it-all and even though it’s supposed to be an insult, I refuse to take it as one.  I read. A lot. I’m opinionated. I say the things that other people think, BUT are too afraid to say out loud. Because I truly do not give a shit what other people think and I don’t back down.

Here is the difference between me and a true “know-it-all” –I keep reading and I keep learning.  I am open to the views of others *IF* they back up their opinions with some well thought out supporting arguments.  I have been known to change my mind as new information is presented.  I have a dark, twisted, often inappropriate sense of humor. And trust me, 9 times out of 10 I am arguing the other side just to push your buttons.  It’s fun.

I started this blog because my attention span is small.  I had an autism only blog over at http://www.autismwars.com –but sometimes I felt like writing about things that are not always autism related. I slacked off on that blog enough as it was… imagine me trying to run more than one? So from here on out, all my ridiculous, infuriating opinions, thoughts and blah blah blah will be here.  Along with the occasional bit of photography.

I like to curse. It doesn’t mean I am stupid. It means I like to fucking swear.  I have a bachelors of science in Communication Sciences & Disorders. I dabbled in an MPH, a year of law school, and some post-bacc work in Anthropology.  I also went to school for web design! (and yet I am using a wordpress template (lazy)).

“Every normal man must be tempted at times to spit on his hands, hoist the black flag, and begin to slit throats.” H.L. Mencken

8 thoughts on “About”

  1. Hi. I follow you on twitter and your blog. I am an autism parent too. Could you please follow me on twitter long enough for me to send you a DM? And longer, if you like? 🙂 @FriendofGigi


  2. Yes I want to pass along the scub bucket challenge and have donations…. I live in Manteca but how do they donate I would like a Facebook account set up so they can go to it or a site to do both and post videos…


    1. Well, it was kind of a toungue-in-cheek response because most autism families never have enough help or money. If you want to help a family with autism with a donation, slip it in an envelope and slide it under their door with a smilie face on it 🙂 Or donate to the National Autism Association –they have a lot of great programs that help families directly. Or TACA out there in California.


  3. I just found your blog by accident and I love it. I do not have a child of autism however I am a strong advocate against anyone or anything that hurt’s a child. I consider autism child abuse because they knew what they did and what the vaccine could do and then lied. That is 3 strike’s and you are out.

    I also live in Florida (Orlando) and have done most of my research on education but lately had added anything that can and will hurt a child (mother of 8, grandmother of 13 and great-grandmother of 3 boys. I am trying to get my granddaughters not to get the boys vaccinated especially MMR and Home School them.

    If you ever want to communicate, my email is ezekielspath@gmail.com or contribtue to my web site about autism ley me know.




  4. I am glad I found your blog. I suspected MTHFR was linked to Agent Orange exposure of our parents. I have MTHFR and have a son with developmental delay. Haven’t had a good diagnosis past delay. He was vaccinated. I also suspect TMAU my be linked. I forgot to mention I also have a latex allergy. My son had cholic and was allergic to everything. He had to be placed on special formula as an infant. Is there anything we can do? Do you have additional information?


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