User talk:Arquebus

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I don't disagree with you, but nor am I going to agree. I've seen your edits happening and I hope that this situation doesn't deter you from the site but I understand if that ends up being the case. Red Leg Leo (talk) 11:01, 4 May 2020 (MDT)

Honesty is one of the most severely punished behaviors in our society. People on the autistic spectrum are honest and that is part of why we suffer an 80% unemployment rate. Arquebus (talk) 11:13, 4 May 2020 (MDT)
Oi, that is a rabbit hole. Honesty has certainly alienated me in real life. People just don't want the truth, but then I get told its the way I give the truth they don't like LOL.
And I don't want to ignore the rest of your comment, but neither can I weigh in much since I am not up to date on those numbers. I can say I wouldn't be surprised considering the autistic spectrum people I've encountered, and the difference compared to society's expectations. Red Leg Leo (talk) 11:19, 4 May 2020 (MDT)
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