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4-13-2010 @ 5:02PM
This mother is doing a great thing. I am stunned at the callous asshats that want to debate the merits of featuring someoneone with these disabilities in this feature. A child regardless of their age is full time and to have to deal with the obstacles that go along with a special need be it physical or mental is more than just a little effort. My son is on the severe side of the autism spectrum and may never reach this level of play. So for now am content to have him fly whatever mount I am on around. I honestly think those that want to pick the nits about the levels of achievement that this child or any other needs more help than any one I have ever seen in any sort of spectrum of disorders.
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