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  1. mrcock

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    do you consider a lack of the experience that is usual for everyone else in the exact area, the exact time you are in a disability?
     
  2. sandwich

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    Mrcock....I don't get what you're saying...I've got some Thanksgiving stuff in the oven, so I will check back in a while.
     
  3. lbushwalker

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    WTF do you mean dude?
    I know you don't smoke dope but taken anything else lately perhaps? :lol
     
  4. mrcock

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    I mean, if you were all the time at the place you are at, but just didn't care about learning everything what people are used to there. like you talk differently, use different words, different point of view on the things generally. you are different, not wrong, but just different. you see how less smarter people then you are getting jobs easier, weaker people don't get bullied. you look at the things generally, see that everyone just found their places here, there, everywhere. but you just can't, cause you are just different. though you can have no difficulties at some other place

    have you experienced something like that?
     
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    I still don't quite get what you are saying. Most people have probably had the experience of being different at one time or another. Maybe you could give us an example.
     
  6. mrcock

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    sometimes the way you talk, the words you use, your body language can get you outta any situation. at different places the same talk, words, body language may not work though
     
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    ....I was in the right place, ...... But it musta been the wrong time....
     
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    Yep, I can remember times when I just did not fit in with a group and nobody had a clue what I was talking about. Nor did I give a shit about anything they were talking about, and even my humor(dry at times) just went totally unrecognized. At the time, I just assumed they were all morons, but like you said, just different. No common ground.
    Morons!:p
     
  9. mrcock

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    in a hostile environment that can be more then just a misunderstanding