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7 Responses to “RETURN TO AUTISM – Episode 09 of 10: Education, Teach, Students, Music, Acting, Los Angeles”
  1. ABAisSCIENCE says:

    @sonofapunman, video is talking about gains made by employing those disabled.
    1st line by me is saying life is acting.
    2nd line is about the loss of conditioning or learning for the disabled.
    3rd line is about the loss of conditioning or learning for all by exposure to the disabled.
    4th line is saying someone not disabled may have lost an opportunity to act. My point though in this last comment is the typical person losses a scene. A disabled person’s gain was worth it. Watch this video again.

  2. sonofapunman says:

    @ABAisSCIENCE I’m trying to discern what you mean by your comment, but can’t pin it down. Care to elaborate?

  3. sonofapunman says:

    To ABAis SCIENCE…I’m trying to discern what you mean by your comment, but can’t pin it down. Care to elaborate?

  4. RaYBaSHKatan says:

    Patrick Cooper looks like Jason Alexander

  5. ABAisSCIENCE says:

    What this man is talking about is acting, but that is life in some ways.

    The world of the past was that children with autism were kept inside their homes until they were put in institutions.

    What acting was lost then?

    Perhaps an important scene in a typical persons life was lost, but in my case the loss of actors is too great to worry about someone else’s scene lost.

  6. leoleponge says:

    Episode 4 was my favourite but watching this one, it’s up there too. Knowing the actors were those with disabilities and not just actors. It’s authentic.

    The music was excellent, they have rhythm.

  7. pizzapiepan says:

    Wonderful…keep up the good work!

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