How's it like having autism?
feels good. nobody expects you to do anything and you get jobs out of pity while millions of americans are unemployed and went to college.
As the friend of an austic (aspergers) person, I'd like to remind you that you're wrong.
I'm not mad, I get the feeling you are just trolling, but if you actually do believe it:
* My friend goes to therapy twice a week to learn proper social cues, he's been doing it for the past 12 years. I can't tell you how many hours he's spent training himself to try to "fit in."
* He's one of the brightest, hardest workers I know. He's currently in college studying artifical neural networks and AI development. He always helps me in my calculus class.
* You'd never know he was any different if you talked to him. This is a result of year of therapy and social interaction exercises.
The more you know!
Why the hell would you want to "Fit in" with societies bullshit.
But thanks for sharing your story that no one will care for.