I only wanted to check, to be on the safe side of the road.
I have a high regard for neurotypicals.
And I am not accusing neurotypicals for misunderstanding autists.
What I wanted to say is misunderstanding is a two way street, always.
It is not that only neurotypicals misunderstand autists. Autists also misunderstand neurotypicals.
It is therefore we cannot answer to their route questions at all. We do not engage in route learning.
There are many creative people among the neurotypicals.
Also the neurotypicals who are not so creative, are very much needed in society.
They have a gift of organization and discipline we autists cannot dream of.
This is what I have always said. I have been explicitly fair.
We have a problem in school. That's what caught me in the eye when I read about Cottrell.
The thing is we hardly ever pass the entry examination (= a route examination) to school. We need extreme preparation.
We are so bad the teachers assume an extreme dislike for us in the very beginning should we enter any route examination.. They thing we are disorganized and loco. I have told this before and it seems I have to tell it again. Please read:
When I had passed my graduation exams in a subject x I went to see the Professor.
I was not motivated to see him. The subject x was not my mainline study at all.
However, my relatives pushed me to get the paper.
The Professor said: 'Yes, you have passed the Laudatur exams. It is all-clear but there is one thing. You are not enrolled.
You had no right to study here. We did not notice you never entered the entry examination to the school.
It is highly irregular, but we can arrange it for you to enter the entry examination now.'
I said no.
He destroyed all my papers.
I said no because I could not have passed the entry examination!
He did not know it. Could I have explain it to him?
Of course not.
The route questions are impossible to answer.