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A-S warrior "2.0"

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  1. Since this was posted back in October - I'll ask, do you still read the forums? Just checking as a 30 year old who used to do exactly this during adolescence (at various stints.)
  2. Oh, the good ol' days of blissful innocence, 'off the wall' antics, and unbelievably BAD grammar. It's just funny how I don't remember a single forum post. It feels like a previous incarnation - or even the residual haze from a barely memorable dream. I wasn't dyslexic either, I was just bone-idle.
  3. A few key members left back in 2012 - then gradually, the children of the original members grew up and left home. 2010/11 was the golden era - there'd be a new post every few minutes more than less. I suppose I could email a few old members and see if they'd consider coming back, but it'd only be short lived. Too many years have gone by. And ASD isn't the obscure misunderstood thing it used to be - the world is much easier to function in nowadays because the help is just easier to access.
  4. I'll see what I can come up with; I'm sure I can suture up a few posts and say something half intelligent.
  5. Honestly, it's the best thing that ever happened to me. I'm now optionless but to buckle down and get all of my projects finished. I'm probably working harder now than I ever have, and it's ALL towards my big life goals. I feel like I'm being just generally kinder to myself as well, in a weird way this entire thing has caused me to re-tune my way of thinking a bit.
  6. Nah, that was a rather on-topic analysis of exactly what's going on out there - during the heyday here, there'd be a new post every few minutes. Now it's every now and then: in fact I'm willing to be that in a single night during 2012 five of us collectively racked up seven years worth of posts. I actually thought this place was about to blow up into its own social media app at one point. Willow scrapped Asperclick right at the end of 2019. Not only had it quietened right down, but I think we all said everything that could possibly BE said - there was no where for it to go anymore, not without repeating ourselves anyway. She's putting a collage of posts together I think, but for now, she seems over all of the Aspergers stuff.
  7. It's a shot in the dark given how quiet it's been (and forums don't exactly scream 2020) but let's try and bring something back. Those of you with an extremely long memory will remember me as that moderator guy from 7 or 8 years ago... And... For those of you who are from the other side of the tracks - yes, I am Ben from Asperclick. For everyone who is new, well, let's go from here... Hi.
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