Savant Game and PUA ESP
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"Savant syndrome is the presence of extraordinary cognitive skills without the usual building blocks underlying them. It is rare in the general population but occurs in approximately 10% of autistics." Dr. Diane Hennacy Powell, MD, Neuroscientist

https://www.collective-evolution.com/202...-telepathy

The ASD subjects written about in the article may have very well found great success in today's game environment leveraging their talents for texting with online dating apps.

One of the godfathers of game, Ross Jeffries rose to high acclaim for innovating how to leverage Neuro-Linguistic Programming for PUA. In the same dynamic spirit perhaps we can innovate how to leverage ASD, channeling the affected's savant syndrome and/or ESP for PUA.
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#2
Anything else you want to tell us about yourself?
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#3
(02-25-2021, 09:14 PM)kivi Wrote: "Savant syndrome is the presence of extraordinary cognitive skills without the usual building blocks underlying them. It is rare in the general population but occurs in approximately 10% of autistics." Dr. Diane Hennacy Powell, MD, Neuroscientist

https://www.collective-evolution.com/202...-telepathy

The ASD subjects written about in the article may have very well found great success in today's game environment leveraging their talents for texting with online dating apps.

One of the godfathers of game, Ross Jeffries rose to high acclaim for innovating how to leverage Neuro-Linguistic Programming for PUA. In the same dynamic spirit perhaps we can innovate how to leverage ASD, channeling the affected's savant syndrome and/or ESP for PUA.

What happens when you cheat your way into a "3D" date then the girl realizes that you're socially retarded?
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#4
(02-25-2021, 09:14 PM)kivi Wrote: extraordinary-cognitive-skills-in-autistic-children-including-telepathy


OP, are you implying you are telepathic? Go to a casino and win big at poker then Big Grin
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#5
(02-26-2021, 01:34 AM)Suits Wrote: Anything else you want to tell us about yourself?

Perhaps, but I prefer the natural flow of the Q/A format like last time. It's accommodative for ASD.

(02-26-2021, 04:09 PM)Scotian Wrote:
(02-25-2021, 09:14 PM)kivi Wrote: "Savant syndrome is the presence of extraordinary cognitive skills without the usual building blocks underlying them. It is rare in the general population but occurs in approximately 10% of autistics." Dr. Diane Hennacy Powell, MD, Neuroscientist

https://www.collective-evolution.com/202...-telepathy

The ASD subjects written about in the article may have very well found great success in today's game environment leveraging their talents for texting with online dating apps.

One of the godfathers of game, Ross Jeffries rose to high acclaim for innovating how to leverage Neuro-Linguistic Programming for PUA. In the same dynamic spirit perhaps we can innovate how to leverage ASD, channeling the affected's savant syndrome and/or ESP for PUA.

What happens when you cheat your way into a "3D" date then the girl realizes that you're socially retarded?

That depends what's considered cheating, and what's considered a +1.

(02-27-2021, 08:12 AM)Blake2 Wrote:
(02-25-2021, 09:14 PM)kivi Wrote: extraordinary-cognitive-skills-in-autistic-children-including-telepathy


OP, are you implying you are telepathic? Go to a casino and win big at poker then Big Grin

No, not specifically.
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#6
4 percent of US college graduates are unemployed.

85 percent of Autists with college degrees are unemployed.

https://www.marketwatch.com/story/most-c...10-5881421


I am always impressed by someone with a mental illness who succeeds in life, but I wouldn't call it some sort of "superpower".
Its a challenge that has to be overcome, and most people have some sort of roadblock in their lives.
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#7
(02-28-2021, 02:39 PM)Blake2 Wrote: 85 percent of Autists with college degrees are unemployed.

OK, but are they unemployed in VR or 3D?
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#8
(02-28-2021, 02:39 PM)Blake2 Wrote: 4 percent of US college graduates are unemployed.

85 percent of Autists with college degrees are unemployed.

https://www.marketwatch.com/story/most-c...10-5881421


I am always impressed by someone with a mental illness who succeeds in life, but I wouldn't call it some sort of "superpower".
Its a challenge that has to be overcome, and most people have some sort of roadblock in their lives.

1) What do you consider success? 
2) What do you consider mental illness?
3) How do we adjust a life player's handicap to take into account their god given circumstances? You can substitute "god" for matrix if the former word upsets you.
4) What if the player hasn't the same objectives in the game of life?

Re your fake study, here is a quote from the link below:

https://childmind.org/article/autism-and...dadpBI6_70
"Their fears have been confirmed by a study, the largest and most definitive to date, examining how autistics do after they transition out of high school. The study shows that two years after graduation, half of ASD young adults have no paid job experience, technical education or college. Nearly seven years out, the numbers improve but remain bleak, with one out of three having had no paid work or post-secondary education. That’s a higher percentage shut out of the work world than for other disabilities, including the mentally disabled, with heightened risk of poorer outcomes for those from lower-income families and those with greater functional impairment.

The study documents “what we have suspected for some time—that the young adult autism population faces significant, additional challenges to employment beyond those faced by many other disability populations,” says Dr. Scott Standifer, a clinical instructor in the Disability Policy & Studies office at the University of Missouri. While the numbers aren’t as bleak as the 80 percent unemployment rate often cited—without solid statistics to back it up—the study only represents those identified as on the spectrum in school special-education programs in 2000 and doesn’t reflect older adults who aged out before 2000."
(02-28-2021, 03:29 PM)Suits Wrote:
(02-28-2021, 02:39 PM)Blake2 Wrote: 85 percent of Autists with college degrees are unemployed.

OK, but are they unemployed in VR or 3D?

Great question, but it depends... 
1) What's considered "autism"?
2) What's considered a real study?
3) What's considered a real news site?
4) Is a it a real study or a real news site if the news site doesn't even link to a study?

The article however does link to a firm called Integrate Autism Employment Advisors, which it seems Blake2 recommends. Article also has marketing recommendations for Disney, ABC, LinkedIn Merck, and Barclays Capital.

If we're willing to exit the frame of a clickbait writer named Nicole Lyn Pesce, here are two actual studies that may be real.
https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/28211841/
"61.42% were employed and 38.58% were unemployed."
https://www.neurodiversitymedia.com/neurodiversity-employment-statistics
"The unemployment rate for people with autism spectrum disorders was 34.1%'

In conclusion, I would agree that in most cases it is "autistic" to join the college cult these days. Not only does group-think create bad thinkers, but taking into account financial economics, the decision is usually mathematically illogical as well. So comparing the numbers perhaps far more autistic peoples have savant syndrome than the 10% I originally mentioned, which to me sure does seem like a SUPER-POWER! Let's build on it.
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#9
Well if you are autistic and have a super power, it should be pretty apparent to anyone that knows you and you would have heard about it by now.
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#10
(02-26-2021, 01:34 AM)Suits Wrote: Anything else you want to tell us about yourself?

I'm back after a huge win at Magic The Gathering today!

And story-time is back too so I don't get banned for allegedly posting on "politics". I thought RVF was strict with the censorship.

(02-27-2021, 08:12 AM)Blake2 Wrote:
(02-25-2021, 09:14 PM)kivi Wrote: extraordinary-cognitive-skills-in-autistic-children-including-telepathy


OP, are you implying you are telepathic? Go to a casino and win big at poker then Big Grin
(02-28-2021, 07:27 PM)repodude Wrote: Well if you are autistic and have a super power, it should be pretty apparent to anyone that knows you and you would have heard about it by now.

In the movie Rain Man did everyone know Raymond had a super-power before Charlie Babbitt found out and took him to the casino to win big? It was blackjack, not poker. 2020 was the year of 2020 vision, while 2021 is blackjack. Who's gonna win, you or the house?

Speaking of the house and Rain Man, while I may not be telepathic, at a house party I once caught a telegraphed pass of the Oscar for "Best Director". To quote Han Solo, "Crazy thing is it's true, all of it. It's all true."

https://youtu.be/M5GwMkjpOWc
I'm an excellent, excellent writer....only on Sundays.
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#11
Interesting, I see it as a different perspective
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#12
(02-28-2021, 07:05 PM)kivi Wrote:
(02-28-2021, 03:29 PM)Suits Wrote: OK, but are they unemployed in VR or 3D?

Great question, but it depends... 
1) What's considered "autism?”

Whatever your condition is.

(02-28-2021, 07:05 PM)kivi Wrote: 2) What's considered a real study?

Any study that hits close enough to home to upset autists.

(02-28-2021, 07:05 PM)kivi Wrote: 3) What's considered a real news site?

Any news site with more journalistic integrity than Return of Kings.

(02-28-2021, 07:05 PM)kivi Wrote: 4) Is a it a real study or a real news site if the news site doesn't even link to a study?

Let me answer your question with a question.
-Michael Scott

Thanks for the laughs, OP.
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#13
Can we unban kivi? Sure, he's an absolute dumbass, but this was just starting to get good.
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#14
I think he will find more in common with people on that other forum.
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#15
This so called savant game is already done by the professional dating companies that manage your social media and dating apps, using their database of thousands of openers, lines, phrases and responses, with the algorithm selecting them for the freelancers.

This works until the actual first date. If you have your shit together but lack time, it is a sound investment, such as high net worth individuals where gaming 30 hours a month would literally cost them 20k in billables, vs paying the company 1.5k a month to handle the messages, pictures and get numbers.

If you are autistic, a real savant, or just socially inept, then you only paid money to bomb the in-person tests.
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#16
I think Kivi had potential as a poster because he seemed to be well travelled but obviously had some social/mental problems to post threads like this that appeal to so few readers. He seemed friendly enough but then went on to post, in great detail about his negative experiences with another Swoop member and that just isn't cool although those stories were pretty damn funny. Anyway Kivi I wish you the best and hope you find a place that suits you better because this sure as fuck isn't it dude.
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(03-02-2021, 12:34 AM)Great Husky 63 Wrote: This so called savant game is already done by the professional dating companies that manage your social media and dating apps, using their database of thousands of openers, lines, phrases and responses, with the algorithm selecting them for the freelancers.

This works until the actual first date. If you have your shit together but lack time, it is a sound investment, such as high net worth individuals where gaming 30 hours a month would literally cost them 20k in billables, vs paying the company 1.5k a month to handle the messages, pictures and get numbers.

If you are autistic, a real savant, or just socially inept, then you only paid money to bomb the in-person tests.

Lol that's such a scam, in reality they just outsource the job and copy and paste the same messages...
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