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Autistic Licence

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Yer actual photo ID Autistic Licence card, available in a variety of bogus names.

Simply produce this when caught in some heinous public act.

not_morrison_rm, Jan 06 2014

It's kind of needed. https://www.sungaze...onnel.html?nav=5011
[2 fries shy of a happy meal, Jan 06 2014]

Somewhat related http://www.madiname...tients-now-reality/
Photo ID cards for "mental patients" [JesusHChrist, Jan 06 2014]

Exhibit A http://www.bbc.co.u...world-asia-25618683
[not_morrison_rm, Jan 06 2014]

a real song http://grooveshark....+Wrong/3rGGgg?src=5
[pertinax, Jan 10 2014]

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       Pun or no pun, there was an opportunity for a viable idea here.
Autistic individuals are victimized far more often than non-autistic individuals, sometimes from everyone around them including law enforcement.
  

       An authentic certificate of just where a person is on the autism spectrum might go a long way towards smoothing out potential misunderstandings.   

       It's open to abuse sure, but so is handicapped parking tags.
Haters always gonna hate...
  

       The problem mostly arises with the police finding the certificate on the recently deceased.
FlyingToaster, Jan 06 2014
  

       //Wouldn't the same go for court appearances ?   

       Erm, I was thinking, when caught doing something...questionable..with a two s*** g****s and a piece of liver in a public place (as we all must have been at one time or another), simply whip out the licence and avoid those pesky court appearances.   

       I will draw your attention to Exhibit A (linky) "naked man released from washing machine by police". If only he had kept the AL card around his neck on the lanyard provided...
not_morrison_rm, Jan 06 2014
  

       How do you know the man in the article was autistic? Am I missing a joke about the similarity of spelling between "autistic" and "Austrailian"?
JesusHChrist, Jan 06 2014
  

       Possibly.
not_morrison_rm, Jan 06 2014
  

       // "autistic" and "Austrailian"? //   

       One has extreme difficulty relating to and communicating with other human beings to the point of near-total social isolation, and the other is a medical condition.
8th of 7, Jan 07 2014
  

       {indignantly stands to attention and sings a rousing chorus of the patriotic paean "fifty million blowflies can't be wrong"}
pertinax, Jan 10 2014
  

       ... back on topic, I think this idea tackles the problem from the wrong end. A better solution would be not to let autistic people get away with more, but to let histrionic people get away with less.
pertinax, Jan 10 2014
  
      
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