Squawk about disability and society
This looks really good, but I cannot see the smaller print clearly. Can you send me a copy to firstname.lastname@example.org?
estee klar-wolfond: Most of my images can be seen larger by clicking on the picture.In case this doesn't work for you,I am happy to send you a copy.Just thought I'd mention it in case anyone else is having the same problem!
:-D I was very happy to see my stamp on your postcard. I really like your stuff... did I tell you that yet? "I frequently think, OH, I wish I'd have thought of that one!' when I see your graphics. They are great.
Thanks oddizm! Your graphics have been an inspiration to me as well. I have several of your t-shirts!I get lots of comments on the "not just for breakfast" one.
Any chance we can put some of your work in the Autistic Liberation Front museum on Second Life? We're all very impressed by it.
ballastexistenz:Sure, I would like that very much. I have never participated in Second Life and am almost afraid to try it out. I'm not sure I can make room for another big obsession without completely overshadowing my First Life, and I can definitely see myself opening that door and never coming back.However...Would you email me and let me know how I can see the ALF museum and other interesting areas? I might just have to get a Second Life after all.
Hahaha that's also why I haven't ventured into a Second Life. BTW, I don't exactly see the autism spectrum as a "disability". Because, at least in my own personal experience, I feel that I have both disabilities coupled with other uncanny abilities. I guess the actual disabilities can be counted as disabilities, but I wouldn't count the autism spectrum as a disability by itself. Does that make sense?
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