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    Most Autistic people Don't lie..

    They really don't lie and have a hard time realizing others lie.


    Most autistic people have an inability to lie, which of course it is not necessarily a bad thing, but in this world of lies, that is not natural at all. They don’t even think in lying as an option because they think everybody else knows the truth as they perceive it.

    Because of this inability to lie, they also do not realize that other people do lie and may even be a lot. In fact, it is a rude awakening for autistic people when they find out that others lie or are not good people as they think everybody else is. This is especially problematic when they first experience this in the business world, and many autistic people do not know how to deal with it.

    http://autismasperger.today.com/

    I think it's interesting. Lying is something that we as a society use to have grace in some ways. Think about the little white lie when you see someone with a terrible haircut and you tell them there hair looks nice if they ask. An autistic person doesn't do that.

    It's interesting to me..
    “Two percent of the people think; three percent of the people think they think; and ninety-five percent of the people would rather die than think.”

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    If people didnt, or couldnt lie, the image of the american government would be worse than hitler.

    and if anyone argues that (Nbuff) theyre brain dead.

    the US gov, regardless of president, has been involved, on BOTH sides of every major conflict since WW1.
    Willful ignorance is the downfall of every major empire in history.

    "Political power grows out of the barrel of a gun." - Mao, 1938

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