I am not one to typical read blogs as they strike of narcissism. Having said that the reason why I am blogging is that people with Aspergers have been shown as people with job issues by Rudy Simone portrayed from a children’s perspective in Freaks Geeks and Aspergers, or seen in a more scientific way. My blog is dedicated to examining the mundane things from a person who has Aspergers perspective. People toss around the word special or unique too frequently, but having Aspergers means your 1 in 1000 being a comedian with Aspergers is 1 in a million.  When I toss around the word special I don’t do it with any particular sentimental attachment, boring people find girlfriends get good jobs settle down and live happy lifestyle being special means constantly being on the edge of depression struggling in the most simple of social situations. Like the blog of a martian would be worth reading so is this one because it is a very different perspective which is so separate but yet somehow still easy to relate to. That creates enough separation between the reader that they can laugh and yet, admit that they have had some of the same thoughts. The best way to get hold of me if you want to just drop me a line about public speaking, comedy shows, or just to say hi is through my Facebook page. You can also purchase my book I’ve got Aspergers, so I’m better than you. Shh… don’t tell mom! through Amazon

  1. […] https://mrasperger.wordpress.com/about/ and yet another favorite, Mr. Asperger. I have a stepson who has Aspergers and his blogs tell how […]

  2. Hey, sorry to leave this here, but I wasn’t sure where else to leave it. This was recently sent to me and I immediately thought of you. Trash if it’s of no interest. 🙂 PS Hope you’re well!

    “Hey everyone, need a little help. Launching a pro-neurodiversity entertainment website called Backstage Humor, and we are seeking people interested in creating their own webshows on just about any topic of their choosing. Most of our current group is doing reviews of various shows, movies, or music, but we are very open to new ideas. If you or anyone you know is interested in creating such a show, would you please send us a 1-5 minute video explaining who you are and what your show would be about to Backstage_Humor@yahoo.com ? Even if you have no interest in joining our team, could you at least tell your friends in case they are interested? We’re hoping to get this assembled over April as part of Autism Acceptance Month, so this is a little time sensitive. The goal is to host a slew of programming including recreational online entertainment made by autistics for autistics. As far as we know, this is the first website of its kind (please let me know if we’re wrong, I’d be very curious to know more) and we’d really like to get a lot of submissions to get us started. Thanks!”

  3. Chantelle says:

    I saw your stand-up routine tonight at the Fringe Festival and really enjoyed it. Thank you for the laughs, and more importantly, insight into your life!

    – Chantelle

  4. Janelle says:

    Came from Regina to the Saskatoon Fringe with my Aspie boyfriend tonight. Kudos on a job well done! We both got a lot out of your set. We wanted to say hi after but you know…. we’re socially awkward!
    Best, Janelle

  5. Could I have your email address please? I am looking for a speaker for an anti-bullying event in April.

    • mrasperger says:

      Hi Sangeetha the best way of getting hold of me for speaking gigs is to go through Autisticproductions.com website or contact us on Facebook at autistic production.

  6. Eleanor Batchelder says:

    Saw your show at Toronto Fringe today and enjoyed it. However, there was no program (I think) and you mentioned a couple of websites at the end that I didn’t catch, other than this one. Could you repeat them here? Eleanor

  7. Mr. Asperger, your blog is currently included on our Actually Autistic Blogs List (anautismobserver.wordpress.com). Please click on the “How do you want your blog listed?” link at the top of that site to personalize your blog’s description.
    Thank you.
    Judy (An Autism Observer)

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