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Sic Transit Gloria Mundi by Laurence A. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Autism & Autism Spectrum You may well see me on the allotment and think I look reasonably fit, but it takes it's toll and in the evenings, and often the mornings too, I am none too mobile. Si ... Read on »
Peer pressure and the press by Laurence A. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Autism & Autism Spectrum Being the editor of a new academic journal is nothing like I thought it would be. Whilst I set out from egalitarian principles I have come to realise that the exigenci ... Read on »
The parting glass. by Laurence A. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Autism & Autism Spectrum This has been quite a significant weekend for me, not necessarily because I am getting increasingly careless and forgetful, leaving a bag with my nightclothes and spare und ... Read on »
Return to Blogging by Laurence A. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Autism & Autism Spectrum Perhaps now is the time to dip my toe back in the water. I guess those turbulent waters have settled somewhat and maybe the fanatics and the fools have all left the bl ... Read on »
From Facebook an epic whinge, all too common these days. by Laurence A. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Autism & Autism Spectrum I have just awoken this blog out of obscurity to post my current disgruntlement with the lack of ability of our national health service to communicate with me, what I desir ... Read on »
This is my last Blog by Laurence A. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Autism & Autism Spectrum This is my last Blog. The system no longer works, it is practically impossible to comment on blogs due to Capcha's because they don't work, I know I typed a response c ... Read on »
Call for Papers ‘Cure or curiosity, What drives autism research?’ by Laurence A. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Autism & Autism Spectrum Please distribute widely 1st Call for Papers The theme is ‘Cure or curiosity, What drives autism research?’ ... Read on »
The Autumn of my years by Laurence A. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Autism & Autism Spectrum Is it really three months since I last blogged? Evidently so. I suppose like a lot of ex bloggers I have migrated to Facebook, which I guess is a little bit selfish o ... Read on »
Digging for Victory by Laurence A. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Autism & Autism Spectrum In case anyone has wondered what has become of me of late, I should say my life has entered a new stage, or rather it has recovered an old one. One of the th ... Read on »
Bloggers build walls and hide behind moats by Laurence A. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Autism & Autism Spectrum I have been trying to comment on fellow Autism Hub Blogger Estee Klar Wolfond's  blog against her unfounded insult to William Morris. The security settings defeat th ... Read on »
Watch this space by Laurence A. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Autism & Autism Spectrum I expect that this link will have changed by boxing day into something other than a picture of a boozy beggar enjoying a pint of German beer in the middle of Brum. ... Read on »
The world does not know what it is missing by Laurence A. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Autism & Autism Spectrum It is with a shared sadness that I repeat this email that was distributed to the disability studies list by Colin Barnes (professor of Disability Studies at Leeds Universit ... Read on »
In 1649, To St. George's Hill.... by Laurence A. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Autism & Autism Spectrum I thought it was about time I commented on contemporary events and the crisis in capitalism, but as usual I will chose to do so from a historical perspective. Leon Rosselso ... Read on »
Harvard Referencing by Laurence A. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Autism & Autism Spectrum Never mind the internet, never mind the "modern" or if you prefer "post modern" world. We all have connections. Last night while searching for something else I came ac ... Read on »
Disability Assessments and stuff by Laurence A. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Autism & Autism Spectrum Yes I can hear the sirens howling even now that I am one of the intellectual elite studying at a fancy University and I ought not to grumble, but when did that ever stop me ... Read on »
Cat Watching by Laurence A. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Autism & Autism Spectrum As I walked back from the local shops this evening a cat strayed across my path. I watched the cat watching me. Cats are naturally set up to notice the smallest deviati ... Read on »
Chiasmus by Laurence A. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Autism & Autism Spectrum I am oft reminded of a phrase spoken by the fool in twelfth night "Wit, an't be thy will, put me into good fooling!      Those wits, that think they have thee, do very ... Read on »
An opportunity not to be missed. by Laurence A. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Autism & Autism Spectrum Chair The National Autistic Society (NAS) was founded almost 50 years ago by a group of parents who were passionate about ensuring a better future f ... Read on »
African Dictators and all that by Laurence A. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Autism & Autism Spectrum Little did I know that shortly after I had posted my little recollection of times past with former African heads of State that a new scandal was about to break loose. ... Read on »
A little interlude from my interesting past by Laurence A. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Autism & Autism Spectrum I was thinking today about all this turmoil in Egypt and what I expect will be the imminent departure of Hosni Mubarak, but does anyone wonder what ever becomes of such pas ... Read on »