a random baaa2 banner

/baaa2/ - Autism

Dunking on the mentally ill


New Reply on thread #17380
X
Max 20 files0 B total
[New Reply]

[Index] [Catalog] [Banners] [Logs]
Posting mode: Reply [Return]


thumbnail of Untitled.png
thumbnail of Untitled.png
Untitled png
(281.97 KB, 3000x1064)
I am going to work as a prostitute and switch to part-time study, because there are not enough available subjects for me to study full-time. I receive the disability support pension for autism. Refer to the image whose source is this link.

https://parlinfo.aph.gov.au/parlInfo/download/committees/reportsen/024412/toc_pdf/Services,supportandlifeoutcomesforautisticAustralians.pdf;fileType=application%2Fpdf

Notice that the overwhelming majority of persons with autism are unemployed and the overwhelming majority of employed persons with autism do not work in open employment. Anybody can self-employ himself as a prostitute, so why do persons with autism not become self-employed prostitutes where prostitution is legal despite the overwhelming barrier to other forms of employment? Prostitution is popular among the disabled because of how accessible it is, so I do not understand. There is little information online about persons with autism working as prostitutes for some mysterious reason.

I should mention that I have also graduated with a bachelor of accounting but to work as a prostitute pays more in one hour than in one day as a graduate accountant.
State your purpose and why you want to convince people to visit Geordie's group home.
 >>/17384/
No one wants to encourage our boy into thinking this will qualify as work, when his only physical contact is his family household. As for the rest.
> I am going to work as a prostitute
You already have your mind made up.
> switch to part-time study, because there are not enough available subjects for me to study full-time.
> I receive the disability support pension for autism.
And what is preventing full time if you have a pension?
> Prostitution is popular among the disabled because of how accessible it is
< implying you'd be the one seeing a single drop of income from those interactions
> for some mysterious reason
Lol.
thumbnail of Untitled.png
thumbnail of Untitled.png
Untitled png
(7.9 KB, 619x134)
 >>/17385/
> And what is preventing full time if you have a pension?

I am undertaking the bachelor of languages and linguistics with majors in Chinese and linguistics after having graduated with the bachelor of accounting.

What prevents me from full-time study is the subjects. Refer to the image. I am going to undertake 1 subject per semester from next year. We have the subjects Chinese 303-307 and Intercultural Communication. Chinese 303-307 and Intercultural Communication are much more significantly advanced than Chinese 301 or Chinese 302 and should not be studied together unless some specific exceptions apply. I am studying the Chinese language subjects from the most elementary and least advanced to the least elementary and the most advanced. Full-time study is between 3 and 4 subjects at my institution. International students are required to undertake 4 subjects per semester but public transport discount fare applies to and social security pays domestic students to study at least 3 subjects per semester.
 >>/17386/
> I am undertaking the bachelor of languages and linguistics with majors in Chinese and linguistics after having graduated with the bachelor of accounting.
And you decided to switch studies. What got you through accounting? Not that anyone should stop you.
> I am studying the Chinese language subjects from the most elementary and least advanced to the least elementary and the most advanced.
Duh.
> unless some specific exceptions apply.
Explain.
> Full-time study is between 3 and 4 subjects at my institution. International students are required to undertake 4 subjects per semester
Does this affect your income?
> but public transport discount fare applies to and social security pays domestic students to study at least 3 subjects per semester.
So, good plan. But is that transportation your issue? Bruh. Explain how this is stopping you.
OK 306 has my interest, but back to your noise. You made it to accounting obvi, why think of your OP now? And more importantly for you, will you follow through these courses after your decision is already what you want for money now?
thumbnail of Untitled.png
thumbnail of Untitled.png
Untitled png
(111.93 KB, 829x1160)
 >>/17387/


> And you decided to switch studies. What got you through accounting? Not that anyone should stop you.

I am studying the Chinese language, because approximately 5% of all accounting jobs in Australia require competence in the Chinese language, so the courses are beneficial.

What got me through accounting is the money and the amount of free time which I have. Most students fail at least 1 subject in the bachelor of accounting. I did not fail any subject but was very close to failing. I achieved 45% in the taxation law final exam but passed the subject, because 45% was the minimum to pass. I studied taxation law again with a private teacher whom I paid during the summer holiday whose duration is approximately 3 months to prepare to study for advanced taxation law, in which I achieved between 75% and 84%.

> Explain.
Refer to the image and this link. https://hbook.westernsydney.edu.au/majors-minors/chinese-major/#structuretext
Native Chinese users are forbidden from studying Chinese language levels 1 and 2 and must only study level 3 subjects. Chinese 301 and Chinese 302 have separate content and classes and assessment tasks for native Chinese users and non-native Chinese learners. Similarly, Introduction to Interpreting and Introduction to Translation should be undertaken after all the previous level 3 subjects except for Special Study in Languages and Linguistics, because Introduction to Translation and Introduction to Interpreting are the least elementary and most advanced language subjects requiring near-native competence in both English and Chinese. There are also some other exceptions such as being a native user of another closely related language to Standard Mandarin or a native user of a language which uses Chinese characters such as Japanese, but I really do not know how this affects one studying Chinese in my course. Refer to this tree for languages which are closely related to Chinese. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tibeto-Kanauri&#95;languages#/media/File:SinoTibetanTree.svg

> Does this affect your income?
Not at all. In fact, to study 4 subjects may make social security suspicious of whether I am really eligible for the disability support pension but even a healthy rich person whose intelligence is average can not study 4 subjects per semester simultaneously because of the intensive load and difficulty. International students actually suffer being compelled to study 4 subjects per semester.

> So, good plan. But is that transportation your issue? Bruh. Explain how this is stopping you.
This is not stopping me. Transport is not an issue for me, because my maximum daily fare for public transport is $2.5. Persons receiving the disability support pension and the age pension are entitled to $2.5 daily fare for public transport regardless of studying full-time or part-time or not at all, which is more generous than discounted public transport fare for full-time students.

 >>/17388/
I have already graduated from the bachelor of accounting. I am studying the bachelor of languages and linguistics. I am not sure, whether I understand your question. Prostitution is easy for me.
thumbnail of Untitled.png
thumbnail of Untitled.png
Untitled png
(25.45 KB, 1146x463)
 >>/17390/
To expand on this. Non-native Chinese learner should study Chinese 301 and then Chinese 302 and then Chinese 303-307 from the former to the latter separately but native Chinese users can study in any order, because Chinese 301 and Chinese 302 have different content for native Chinese users and non-native Chinese learners.

Introduction to Interpreting and Introduction to Translation require near-native competence in Chinese and English. But even studying all the previous Chinese language subjects does not make one acquire near-native competence, because to acquire near-native competence in the Chinese language takes 3,840 hours of study. Each Chinese subject is worth 130 hours of study. There are 16 Chinese language subjects excluding Special Study in Languages and Linguistics, which totals to 2,080 hours of study, so not even studying all the Chinese language subjects renders one to have near-native competence in Chinese.
 >>/17389/
Hi Geordie, brush your teeth and keep in mind that the tooth fairy is in need.
 >>/17390/
> What got me through accounting is the money and the amount of free time which I have.
So why in need now? You got accounting followed through. 
 >>/17390/
I ask why now after this planning.
 >>/17393/
> So why in need now? You got accounting followed through. 

I am not in need of money. I am in need of affection. Do you also not have autism? Persons with autism are famous for being lonely, so I am confused about why you are not sure despite having autism. I am also asking persons with autism why they do not work as prostitutes. Not only that, but also employers are reluctant to hire the long-term unemployed, so one should apply for jobs after having other jobs. The irony is that to acquire another job while being currently employed is easier than being long-term unemployed. Homosexual male prostitutes' clients behave much better than their heterosexual female prostitutes counterparts, so there has never been a male prostitute murdered in Australia. At least none were reported in the news.

 >>/17395/
I find that to have dates fun.
 >>/17398/
 >>/17399/
My real name is Animo Igolo. I am probably going to be the only person with autism advertising on rentmen.com.au from next January.

Also why are you welcoming me? I might have been posting on this board for a long time. There is no way to check how long I have been posting on this board.

 >>/17408/
Because my government cares about human rights. It is not as if it was a dictatorship but a developed democratic country.
 >>/17451/
Do persons with autism even like travelling abroad? I still have 4 years of studying Chinese language at my institution and then 2 years of studying Chinese at a Chinese language school in rural Queensland to reach the CEFR level C1 in Chinese, albeit at 1 or 2 subjects per semester at my institution, so it is not as if I could just go to China to teach English, because I am not competent enough in Chinese to visit China. However, I can just be a prostitute in Australia without knowing much Chinese. Also, I am sure that English teacher in Chinese are paid less than accountants in Australia.
 >>/17456/
Sex Workers and Persons With Disabilities 
https://www.psychologytoday.com/us/blog/women-who-stray/202203/sex-workers-and-persons-disabilities
 >>/17461/
 >>/17381/

I think what I mean is that there is a lack of information about something as specific as homosexual male prostitutes with autism. Regardless, I may consider becoming a member of Touching Base, because men with autism are cute.
 >>/17462/
> I think what I mean is that there is a lack of information about something as specific as homosexual male prostitutes with autism. 
Not really, but that may be your experience so far because your story does not include a visit to a therapist of this specialty. A psychiatrist or clinical psychologist would have all the current data and experience to satisfy your desire to know more.
 >>/17383/
I don't HAVE a  fucking group home you drunk addict.  
 >>/17385/
> when his only conta- 
I talk with other people online about fictional likes, and desires. Piss off. 
I am not "your boy".
 >>/17464/
Hi, Animo. Did you do anything for this event at your university?
> Western Sydney University has developed the Research Theme Program in response to society's grand challenges. The Research Themes ignite interdisciplinary research connections among our academics and provide a dynamic support system for our researchers to collaborate with industry and government organisations seeking cutting-edge, science-based solutions.

> Now we’re calling on you to bring this research to life through images. Let's showcase our research in a way that captivates and inspires.

> We are looking for images that tell a story about Western’s research, its impact and the people who make it happen. The image does not need to explain the research being conducted, but rather intrigue, captivate and raise awareness about the research.
 >>/17476/
To carry a weapon such as a chainsaw is illegal in Australia. Also, what if the weather outside is bad? Also, I doubt that any obese gay men are scared of homosexual men with autism unlike persons carrying weapons such as chainsaws.

 >>/17477/
This is a random question. I did not do anything like this for this event at my university. I attend my university because I just want to learn the language. I chose my university to learn than language, because I had already completed the bachelor of accounting there.
thumbnail of foto_no_exif (1).jpg
thumbnail of foto_no_exif (1).jpg
foto_no_exif (1) jpg
(63.54 KB, 1080x833)
 >>/17484/
It is not random you study there, are you avoiding the events your school offers for ideas of sucking dick? Reach out to them. And yes welcome to /baa2/ where we flavor our cheese with dick. The sloppiness gives that hint.
I meant /baa2/ don't listen to Geodie tbh, he is my evil twin hiding in grouphomes.
 >>/17503/
I am not avoiding the events. I just did not know about the events. I need to focus on learning the language. To participate in the event does not benefit me whatever, so I do not bother.

I am curious about where you acquired this image. I could not find it on Google. I think that you retrieved the image from the mobile version of this.

https://www.westernsydney.edu.au/deans-awards/merit-list/hca

Also keep in mind that I am still a full-time student until the 30th of October, when my academic year ends and the summer holiday begins.

 >>/17504/
How do you recognize each other despite having the same display name 'Anonymous'?
 >>/17506/
you get to recognize typing patterns to be desu
eventually you will be able to spot geordie like the rest of us
its easy
if its angry and retarded and mexican and pdd then its him
that or the elderly australian gentleman copypastaing his posts
 >>/17496/
> That's my anus!
Anal cranial inversion, head up the ass? 

The psychological disorder of being unable to remove one's head from one's ass (i.e. cannot see what is right in front of their face).
"Wow, if that person with Cranial Rectal Inversion farts, they're going to completely asphyxiate themselves!"

"Don't eat beans if you've got CRI."

"You'll need some Preparation-H to help get your head out of your ass."
by queenducttape December 9, 2005

https://www.urbandictionary.com/define.php?term=cranial%20rectal%20inversion
 >>/17506/
> I am not avoiding the events. I just did not know about the events
How do you find the gay if not in events.
> I need to focus on learning the language.
You want cute boys from there to do the sex sell.
> To participate in the event does not benefit me whatever
< You will never get customers that way that.
> Uh , so I do not bother.
Blotches on my part, you do know how greentext works?
< if not we'll get to that.
So profitable homosex isn't the future?
> I am curious about where you acquired this image. I could not find it on Google.
Google is not your friend, I am. I'm kidding.
> I think that you retrieved the image from the mobile version of this.
> https://www.westernsydney.edu.au/deans-awards/merit-list/hca
A gentleman revealed nothing.
> Also keep in mind that I am still a full-time student until the 30th of October, when my academic year ends and the summer holiday begins.
Oh?
 >>/17521/

> How do you find the gay if not in events.
I do not find gays. The gays find me.

> You want cute boys from there to do the sex sell.
I am the cute boy who sells sex to heterosexual and homosexual men.

> Blotches on my part, you do know how greentext works?
Greentext works similarly to 4Chan, indicates quoted text.

> So profitable homosex isn't the future?
profitable sex between 2 men is the future for me.

> Oh?
This is not a complete question.
 >>/17528/
>  I  do not find gays. The gays find me.
No one has found you though.
> I am the cute boy who sells sex to heterosexual and homosexual men.
Debatable. Our Klim is sex personified, he has to fight off kangaroos and Geordie from forcing themselves into his pants.
> This is not a complete question.
You seem past your opportunity for interest in suitors, looking at your studies.  What do you offer that isn't already sold gentlemen out there.
 >>/17557/
>  What do you offer that isn't already sold gentlemen out there
This question does not make sense. I do not need to be unique. I only need to have a few clients to be successful. Even ugly male prostitutes have clients on Rentmen.com.au as proved by their recent reviews.

 >>/17564/
I do not have a strap on. I am not going to offer anal sex.
 >>/17568/
> I do not have a strap on. I am not going to offer anal sex.
do you have a microscopic pp like our boy
his button mushroom aint got the length to penetrate anything and performing that act would need a separate tool like a woman uses
 >>/17615/
wonders 2
tard harder

for real tho why is the drawing ability getting worse
is being surrounded by downies in that group home somehow bringing his abilities down or is he suffering from withdrawal effects now he can no longer brew his jenk in the piss closet
 >>/17504/
Stop fucking making drunk-tier posts. I mean it. 
 >>/17615/
that's OLD ART YOU FUCKING IDIOT. 
> b-but you replied to- 
NO IT'S NOT BAIT. 
AND IT'S NOT FUNNY. 
STOP. 
> w-why is the- 
It's not getting worse... I'm already drawing better than that old concept  from 2019.
thumbnail of SPInc[e].jpg
thumbnail of SPInc[e].jpg
SPInc[e] jpg
(126.08 KB, 970x550)
 >>/17627/
Oh Poopcat. You have let us all down here today. You replied angrily to shitpost bait, rather than choose to just ignore it. You failed yourself again. Everyone here is deeply disappointed in you, Yonkers, for doing the opposite of what you should do. What is worse is that you have let YOURSELF down. Now everybody here knows that you are not only a complete fool, but a fucking retard. Be proud of your massive failure today.

It's clear the twice-weekly Psychotherapy Groups (or, as you call them, “Play Groups”) you attend are doing nothing to help you. Just cooperate with them, and you will feel better.
 >>/17568/
> Even ugly male prostitutes have clients on Rentmen.com.au as proved by their recent reviews.
Those men you think of sell the experience and personality. Do you have this to offer that site?
 >>/17627/
You are to be ignored with Animo's quest.
> Also keep in mind that I am still a full-time student until the 30th of October, when my academic year ends and the summer holiday begins.
Animo forgot about us to go sell his "bucci
"
 >>/17890/
Prostituting to the Chinese is smart. If I absolutely had to have a dick in my ass, then I would make sure it's a small one.

Post(s) action:


Moderation Help


84 replies | 25 file
New Reply on thread #17380
Max 20 files0 B total