Thursday Titbits

Just some stuff I found in my inbox this morning and decided to share.

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INTRODUCTION

I am sharing a few highlights from this morning’s inbox – to comment you will have to visit the pieces I flag up..

SOME QUIRKY AND INTERESTING PIECES

My first item comes from…

TAX RESEARCH UK

This little squib comes under the heading “The Most Desperate Tweet Ever” – to see it you will have to follow the link, but here, from the comments section of the original post is a classic counter version:

Nasty
Evil
Obscene
Leeching
Imperialist
Brutal
Excruciating
Ruthless
Aloof
Loathesome
Injurious
Spiteful
Malevolent

Well done to John M whoever you are for coming up with that.

For our next piece we turn to…

.PAC

Disabled People Against Cuts to give them their full title have produced something about changes to the appeal process.

The remaining links I am sharing with you are concerned with…

AUTISM

All of the following links were contained in this morning’s Autism Newsletter from The Mighty. Firstly, written by Audra Cederquist, is this piece titled “5 Things You Should Never Say To The Parent Of A Child With Autism“.For full detail and to comment you will have to follow the link, but here are the five things not be said:

1. “What’s wrong with him?”
2. “I’m sorry.”
3. “Just tell him to stop.”
4. “Isn’t he too old/big for that?”
5. “He’ll grow out of it.”

My final piece, created by Stephanie Cooper, who is both mother of an autistic child and a former police officer, is entitled “Mom Creates Autism Law Enforcement Response Training for Police Officers” and includes a short video:

Author: Thomas

I am branch secretary of NAS West Norfolk and #actuallyautistic (diagnosed 10 years ago at the comparatively advanced age of 31). I am a keen photographer, so that most of my own posts contain photos. I am a keen cricket fan and often write about that subject. I also focus a lot on politics and on nature.