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September 2016

Zuma’s Revenge

A friend of mine and Rion’s were telling me that when I play Zuma’s Revenge on the Internet I’m throwing a spanner in the works instead of helping Rion get out of East Burmington Hospital.  I gave that a bit of thought trying to see things his way.

But you know, while people is playing games online, Rion don’t get to play no games at all.  I mean, he don’t get to play games except them games the doctors and nurses plays what messes with his mind.  If they wasn’t all playing games, Rion would be out of the hospital by now and the charges would be dropped, yes?

Any road, we is out here and Rion is in there, and we is out here playing Zuma’s Revenge and Rion is in there getting played for revenge.

The only way we can help Rion is by sharing the #SaveRionMcNeally campaign on social media.  If we is lucky, them #SaveNelly people is going to come over and join us so more people is saying Rion needs to be out of East Burmington Hospital right away.

As always, share this blog entry on social media using the regular hashtags.

#SaveRionMcNeally
#freetheboy
#AutismAbuse
#TalkAboutAutism

Confusing The Issue

On Monday, I asked questions about a leading UK autism campaigner and if he were still a trustee for the NAS.  The NAS said on their website he weren’t a trustee with them no more.

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The next day after I asked them questions on this blog, that autism campaigner tweeted out one of them long tweets.  The problem with his tweet is the answer he were giving because it were confusing.

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If I reads that right, he says he is and isn’t a trustee of the NAS.  I doesn’t know what to believe mostly because of things he said before that doesn’t ring true.

People doesn’t have to worry about being confused when it comes to Rion McNeally, and that’s because if he’s in he’s in and if he’s out he’s out.  He don’t confuse the issue by being in and out at the same time.

It don’t surprise me that NTs got bad opinions about autistics when someone like this here leading UK autism campaigner is mixing them up like that.  They doesn’t appreciate being mixed up neither, so most of them isn’t very nice to autistics.

But Rion’s not like that.  He’s an autistic you can count on.  That’s why we has to spread the word so we can #SaveRionMcNeally and #freetheboy.

Share this blog entry with the regular hashtags.

#SaveRionMcNeally
#freetheboy
#AutismAbuse
#TalkAboutAutism

Nelly’s Singing Rion’s Blues

I doesn’t know who Nelly is but whoever Nelly is, she needs 287 million Spotify Streams to pay money she owes the American IRS.  I knows this because #SaveNelly were trending on social media all day yesterday.

What’s sad about this is Nelly probably got herself in all that trouble by herself.  Meanwhile, Rion is stuck in East Burmington Hospital and he didn’t get himself in there by doing stupid things like owing the government money.

Rion always gives them what’s due what’s due them, including the government.  But does we see the Internet going crazy and trending #SaveRionMcNeally?  No, and that’s because Rion isn’t a celebrity like Nelly.

I guess autistics what deserve attention for their plight isn’t as interesting as celebrities from America, especially them lady ones with their fancy doctor touch-ups what makes them irresistible (if I spells a word wrong, forgive me and spell it right in your head when you reads what I write).

So let’s get word out and replace them #SaveNelly tweets with #SaveRionMcNeally tweets (especially since we been using that one since May already).  I doesn’t begrudge Nelly any attention she’s getting, but she stole our hashtag and replaced Rion’s name with her own.  That’s not fair.  Maybe Nelly could share some of the attention (we doesn’t need no money from her or her fans) by tweeting how she supports the #SaveRionMcNeally campaign.

And remember to spread the word with these here hashtags.

#SaveRionMcNeally
#freetheboy
#AutismAbuse
#TalkAboutAutism

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