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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • I found a good description [yale.edu] of PDD NOS since I hadn't heard that particular acronym before.

    Good luck. As much as you've done for your family, I'm sure there's a special place in heaven for all of you.

    • From the example given, you're probably going to have a kid with some difficulties socializing with other people, who will enjoy solitary activities. In other words, a hacker ;-)
      • Yeah, I've noticed that a lot about some of these "diagnosed" conditions. They look like the things that make people brilliant, because they're different.

        Maybe we "different" folks should come up with some "disease" names for those people who socialize a lot forming a group-think, like they have "Tribal Bonding" syndrome, or something. That would explain politics and religion as a disease, possibly treatable. {grin}

        --
        • Randal L. Schwartz
        • Stonehenge
  • When I first read this I thought "PDD-NOS... that sounds familiar" but I couldn't remember where I had heard it. I was talking to my mom and she mentioned my brother had PDD-NOS and I was like "oh yeah!" (He has other problems but that's something for a post of it's own.)