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Comprehending details Thu, Oct 13, 2011
I've written before about my inability to handle extraneous information without proper context; i.e. I like information up front, details later.  I think this might be slightly related to my supposed sensory disorder, where I can't function in the presence of loud noises.  It's kind of the same thing:  Trying to extract relevant information from a sea of irrelevant details.  Also on this list of weird things that are wrong with me is my poor reading comprehension, which was documented throughout my entire life by standardized testing and hatred of classes involving literature.  I believe this is the same issue:  Trying to extract important plot details from a sea of words.  Now if they can just invent a pill to fix this, I might have a shot at becoming a real boy. #psychology


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