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2013-05-24 12:11:07 AM  
Sometimes that ginger he looks right into ya. Right into your eyes. And, you know, the thing about a ginger... they's got lifeless eyes. Black eyes. Like a doll's eyes. When they comes at ya, they doesn't seem to be living...
 
2013-05-24 12:30:56 AM  
has an IQ of 130

Way to celebrate mediocrity.
 
2013-05-24 12:38:57 AM  
I'm not sure why they bring up her IQ.  Maybe it's different in the UK, but in the US at least kids aren't expelled from school for being dumb.  Behavior issues on the other hand, which she seems to have, are grounds for removing a kid from the classroom.  If she does have some sort of autism disorder it's a shame, and an appropriate school setting should be found for her, but if she can't restrain herself from attacking teachers she has no place in the classroom with the other kids where her behavior will negatively impact their ability to learn.
 
2013-05-24 07:39:58 AM  
Looks like she ate a couple of her teachers.
 
2013-05-24 07:45:17 AM  
You're supposed to beat that kind of behavior out of your kids when they are 2.  Parental fail #1.

FTA:  Mr Tait, 53, said: 'Our lives have become absolute hell. We have fallen apart as a family. 'I am 100 per cent sure that Charlotte has Asperger syndrome and is simply not being listened to. 'I have done a huge amount of research into the condition during the nights where I have been unable to sleep due to the stress that the Charlotte's schools has caused us.'

 
Note that it's "Mr.", not "Dr.".  No mention of taking the little princess to a real doctor who could provide an actual diagnosis of Aspergers, or not.  It could also be possible she did see real doctors and dad was unhappy with her being diagnosed as a pissy little brat.  Either way, Parental fail #2.
/IQ of 130, is that metric?
 
2013-05-24 07:49:51 AM  
Sounds (and looks) like this little firey headed dumpling gets everything she wants from mommy and daddy, and when the teachers don't comply with her demands, she flips her shiat.  My kid bites and scratches and pulls hair, my kids getting punished, not webmd diagnosed aspergers.  Discipline, how does it work?
 
2013-05-24 07:56:36 AM  
When Charlotte attempted to grab a chair, she was prevented from lifting it. Charlotte kicked and punched ****,**** and ***** and several of these attempts landed.'
 Ok, what verbs are they censoring here?

/Yeah, I know they're probably other children's names, but the article is ambiguous. Fat and ambiguous.
 
2013-05-24 08:12:18 AM  
Sure she bites her teachers. She's hungry!
 
2013-05-24 08:19:33 AM  

Farce-Side: Sounds (and looks) like this little firey headed dumpling gets everything she wants from mommy and daddy, and when the teachers don't comply with her demands, she flips her shiat.  My kid bites and scratches and pulls hair, my kids getting punished, not webmd diagnosed aspergers.  Discipline, how does it work?


Yep. My guess is her parents suck. 95% of the time, crappy parents are responsible.
 
2013-05-24 08:29:08 AM  
I think I've seen her dad:

static.tumblr.com
 
2013-05-24 08:29:58 AM  
Only the unsuccessful talk about their IQ.
 
2013-05-24 08:31:47 AM  

Honest Bender: has an IQ of 130

Way to celebrate mediocrity.


Oh. Is this where you amaze everyone with your genius level IQ?
130 is above average. Maybe that was the joke and I'm too dumb to get it. On the other hand, maybe you're too dumb to have known that.
 
2013-05-24 08:32:27 AM  
You know who else had an IQ of 130?

Blondie.
 
2013-05-24 08:33:10 AM  
She doesn't act like this at home...
...yet they can't have visitors in case she acts like this at home.

/ I think I see the problem here.
// (Spoiler: It's the parents.)
/// Five! No, three!
 
2013-05-24 08:33:24 AM  
Mark my words, Marilla. That's the kind puts strychnine in the well.
 
2013-05-24 08:33:26 AM  

jcb274: I think I've seen her dad:

[static.tumblr.com image 410x304]


Kinda curious, how did this meme start?
 
2013-05-24 08:35:39 AM  
Let's see... she's smart but not brilliant, but her parents tell her that she is. If she experiences the slightest hint of failure, she explodes. She is obviously indulged and given whatever she demands, as is evident in part by her weight. No one is denying her her snackies. She's not aggressive at home, because she's listened to given whatever she demands.  Since the parents are "100% sure she has Aspergers" without a diagnosis, they will not entertain that she is a little shiat in need of firm discipline. Not her fault, it's her Aspergers. No one listens to her at school. That's the problem.
 
2013-05-24 08:36:04 AM  

bighairyguy: You're supposed to beat that kind of behavior out of your kids when they are 2.  Parental fail #1.

FTA:  Mr Tait, 53, said: 'Our lives have become absolute hell. We have fallen apart as a family. 'I am 100 per cent sure that Charlotte has Asperger syndrome and is simply not being listened to. 'I have done a huge amount of research into the condition during the nights where I have been unable to sleep due to the stress that the Charlotte's schools has caused us.'

 
Note that it's "Mr.", not "Dr.".  No mention of taking the little princess to a real doctor who could provide an actual diagnosis of Aspergers, or not.  It could also be possible she did see real doctors and dad was unhappy with her being diagnosed as a pissy little brat.  Either way, Parental fail #2.
/IQ of 130, is that metric?



FTFA

"Charlotte is currently 16th on a list awaiting an autism diagnostic assessment, which meant she would have to wait around a year to be seen.

According to the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE) recommendations, such tests should take place within three months.

Until she has a firm diagnosis, the couple will not be able to see their daughter be offered the training and support they feel she desperately needs."


/what the farking fark, a year to get through a list of 16?
 
2013-05-24 08:36:34 AM  
Brat kid needs hard discipline... but waiting until this late will make it much more difficult.
 
2013-05-24 08:37:34 AM  
Intelligence is a common marker among sociopaths.

Honest Bender: Way to celebrate mediocrity.


You'd think before somebody started mocking another person's IQ they'd first take the time to learn how a bell curve works.

Yet here you are.
 
2013-05-24 08:38:33 AM  
"130 IQ"

According to which test? There are dozens of them that are commonly used depending on when and where it's given and 130 can be anything from above average (70-75th percentile) to exceptional (98th percentile).
 
2013-05-24 08:39:15 AM  
What she needs is some Martial arts training.
 
2013-05-24 08:41:10 AM  
This is fake.  Only 'muricans are fat.
 
2013-05-24 08:42:35 AM  
Almost Everybody Poops: You know who else had an IQ of 130?

i1168.photobucket.com
 
2013-05-24 08:42:36 AM  
because she is a spoiled brat?

BTW..done in one.
 
2013-05-24 08:42:37 AM  

Monkeyfark Ridiculous: bighairyguy: You're supposed to beat that kind of behavior out of your kids when they are 2.  Parental fail #1.

FTA:  Mr Tait, 53, said: 'Our lives have become absolute hell. We have fallen apart as a family. 'I am 100 per cent sure that Charlotte has Asperger syndrome and is simply not being listened to. 'I have done a huge amount of research into the condition during the nights where I have been unable to sleep due to the stress that the Charlotte's schools has caused us.'

 
Note that it's "Mr.", not "Dr.".  No mention of taking the little princess to a real doctor who could provide an actual diagnosis of Aspergers, or not.  It could also be possible she did see real doctors and dad was unhappy with her being diagnosed as a pissy little brat.  Either way, Parental fail #2.
/IQ of 130, is that metric?


FTFA

"Charlotte is currently 16th on a list awaiting an autism diagnostic assessment, which meant she would have to wait around a year to be seen.

According to the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE) recommendations, such tests should take place within three months.

Until she has a firm diagnosis, the couple will not be able to see their daughter be offered the training and support they feel she desperately needs."


/what the farking fark, a year to get through a list of 16?


3+ weeks for an ASD assessment is not unusual at all. It seems stupid until you look at the criteria for having ASD and how closely it might resemble simply being an asshole child that needs to be left on a windswept crag.
 
2013-05-24 08:43:12 AM  

Almost Everybody Poops: You know who else had an IQ of 130?

Blondie.


media.comicvine.com

Dig!
 
2013-05-24 08:43:38 AM  
IQ of 130, but not smart enough to learn some self control. I hope she gets the help she needs to learn that before she gets any bigger.
 
2013-05-24 08:45:54 AM  

Nidiot: IQ of 130, but not smart enough to learn some self control. I hope she gets the help she needs to learn that before she gets any bigger.


You think she needs a weight loss clinic too then?
 
2013-05-24 08:46:29 AM  
 
2013-05-24 08:46:54 AM  
The way we took care of that behavior when I was growing up was a punch in the face.
You let the "massive IQ" figure it out.
 
2013-05-24 08:47:03 AM  

abhorrent1: Honest Bender: has an IQ of 130

Way to celebrate mediocrity.

Oh. Is this where you amaze everyone with your genius level IQ?
130 is above average. Maybe that was the joke and I'm too dumb to get it. On the other hand, maybe you're too dumb to have known that.


i think you guys missed the joke
 
2013-05-24 08:47:13 AM  
She's also fat.

Anybody else notice that?
 
2013-05-24 08:47:23 AM  
Boarding school is probably the best place for her.

Also, really, I'm the first to mention that she's a Ginger?
 
2013-05-24 08:47:27 AM  
Is this about the chick who won the handwriting cursive contest again?
 
2013-05-24 08:47:58 AM  
In the new DSM, Assburger's is not even a valid diagnosis anymore.  Your kid is simply an asshole.
 
2013-05-24 08:48:00 AM  

maddogdelta: Red hair yada yada...


DAMMIT
 
2013-05-24 08:48:14 AM  
You know that cartoon where Porky Pig is babysitting for a lady defense worker and the lady give Porky a book called (something like) "Successful Child Rearing." She tells Porky "If he gives you any trouble, just use the book" And then she flies off to work. Literally.

And the kid is a brat and Porky flips through the pages trying to find a solution. But nothing really works. When the lady gets home, she finds Porky exhausted and the kid being a brat. She says to Porky "Did you use the books?" Porky said he did but nothing worked. The lady says "You don't use the book that way. Use it this way" and she picks up the kids and starts beating him on the butt with the book.

Life and Porky Pig cartoons. Sometimes they intersect.
 
2013-05-24 08:48:41 AM  

Chabash: Monkeyfark Ridiculous: bighairyguy: You're supposed to beat that kind of behavior out of your kids when they are 2.  Parental fail #1.

FTA:  Mr Tait, 53, said: 'Our lives have become absolute hell. We have fallen apart as a family. 'I am 100 per cent sure that Charlotte has Asperger syndrome and is simply not being listened to. 'I have done a huge amount of research into the condition during the nights where I have been unable to sleep due to the stress that the Charlotte's schools has caused us.'

 
Note that it's "Mr.", not "Dr.".  No mention of taking the little princess to a real doctor who could provide an actual diagnosis of Aspergers, or not.  It could also be possible she did see real doctors and dad was unhappy with her being diagnosed as a pissy little brat.  Either way, Parental fail #2.
/IQ of 130, is that metric?


FTFA

"Charlotte is currently 16th on a list awaiting an autism diagnostic assessment, which meant she would have to wait around a year to be seen.

According to the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE) recommendations, such tests should take place within three months.

Until she has a firm diagnosis, the couple will not be able to see their daughter be offered the training and support they feel she desperately needs."


/what the farking fark, a year to get through a list of 16?

3+ weeks for an ASD assessment is not unusual at all. It seems stupid until you look at the criteria for having ASD and how closely it might resemble simply being an asshole child that needs to be left on a windswept crag.


But they can only do one at a time? It's a farking full-time job for three weeks to make a diagnosis? In the AVERAGE case?
 
2013-05-24 08:50:33 AM  
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I could have sworn he had a sign that says "I Bite"
 
2013-05-24 08:56:50 AM  
i10.photobucket.com
 
2013-05-24 08:57:36 AM  
i.dailymail.co.uk


static.tvtropes.org
 
2013-05-24 08:58:09 AM  
s.ecrater.com
 
2013-05-24 09:00:30 AM  
If I was the teacher she bit, you can bet I'd knock her off of me.  With my fist.  As hard as I could.
 
2013-05-24 09:01:53 AM  
I used to work at a psych hospital, where I came across a child with a very similar problem.

A normal looking 8-10 y.o. child who could have pleasant and intelligent conversations...until they flew into random rages and started swinging fists, biting, kicking, clawing. Not pretty - I had to wear arm guards when working with the kid, and when mom visited (every day), she had to wear them too. What was really weird is that the kid didn't seem to be able to control it - eyes would well up with tears as blows rained down on us, and it really seemed like the kid'd get possessed every few minutes but still remain conscious as an observer.

Human brains are wired weird.
 
2013-05-24 09:02:51 AM  

Farce-Side: Nidiot: IQ of 130, but not smart enough to learn some self control. I hope she gets the help she needs to learn that before she gets any bigger.

You think she needs a weight loss clinic too then?


I left that deliberately ambiguous, while she certainly doesn't need any more food, an eight year old who doesn't know not to hit people with chairs when things don't go her way doesn't strike me as the sharpest knife in the drawer. Also, by the time she is a teenager she may have moved on to hitting people with whole lounge suites.

prjindigo: The way we took care of that behavior when I was growing up was a punch in the face.
You let the "massive IQ" figure it out.


Makes sense. No point having the IQ if you can't use it.
 
2013-05-24 09:03:13 AM  
i126.photobucket.com
 
2013-05-24 09:04:50 AM  

Snapper Carr: "130 IQ"

According to which test? There are dozens of them that are commonly used depending on when and where it's given and 130 can be anything from above average (70-75th percentile) to exceptional (98th percentile).


The majority of instruments do not give an IQ itself but a raw score which is translated into the IQ scale based on scoring from valid instruments. Have a little chart of over a dozen common instruments for screening and testing in the schools and outside professionals, especially useful when students come from other states and have been identified as we will need to reevaluate due to different criteria. Granted, this is the word of the parent, and I would suspect your question may be valid as a result of retesting until the desired outcome.

'She's not as aggressive at home,' said Mr Tait. 'It's because she's listened to and understood."

I read this as she is kowtowed to and given open rules as to not "cripple her creativity" or some such. Parents of gifted children often believe negotiation is appropriate and rules will stifle growth, when this is utterly counter to reality.
 
2013-05-24 09:05:39 AM  

Monkeyfark Ridiculous: Chabash: Monkeyfark Ridiculous: bighairyguy: You're supposed to beat that kind of behavior out of your kids when they are 2.  Parental fail #1.

FTA:  Mr Tait, 53, said: 'Our lives have become absolute hell. We have fallen apart as a family. 'I am 100 per cent sure that Charlotte has Asperger syndrome and is simply not being listened to. 'I have done a huge amount of research into the condition during the nights where I have been unable to sleep due to the stress that the Charlotte's schools has caused us.'

 
Note that it's "Mr.", not "Dr.".  No mention of taking the little princess to a real doctor who could provide an actual diagnosis of Aspergers, or not.  It could also be possible she did see real doctors and dad was unhappy with her being diagnosed as a pissy little brat.  Either way, Parental fail #2.
/IQ of 130, is that metric?


FTFA

"Charlotte is currently 16th on a list awaiting an autism diagnostic assessment, which meant she would have to wait around a year to be seen.

According to the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE) recommendations, such tests should take place within three months.

Until she has a firm diagnosis, the couple will not be able to see their daughter be offered the training and support they feel she desperately needs."


/what the farking fark, a year to get through a list of 16?

3+ weeks for an ASD assessment is not unusual at all. It seems stupid until you look at the criteria for having ASD and how closely it might resemble simply being an asshole child that needs to be left on a windswept crag.

But they can only do one at a time? It's a farking full-time job for three weeks to make a diagnosis? In the AVERAGE case?


The last time I saw one, it involved a ton of behavior tracking throughout the day over the course of the three weeks. It's not like they come in and take a test or two and then it gets analyzed over the time. Once they have compiled all the data it only takes a few hours to sort it out.
 
2013-05-24 09:05:54 AM  
Anyone here see the movie "A Change Of Habit"?
 
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