MrATAndrei and the Batty Boi (#RockyIsTriggered)

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  • [ – ] MarzieMalfoy reply Love the new intro! Really fits you!!! Yeah, I don't agree with people using their disabilities as an excuse for being an ass. If he says he is high functioning then he'd know that death threats are not acceptable. I've known many people who are autistic and have aspergers on top of that who are high functioning... And some who are not. Yes, sometimes they go off, but they come back later and apologize when they realize they done wrong.
    • CrazyRocky parent reply Yea it goes much deeper than just saying to your audience "I have autism I can't be expected understand my actions"
    • HeroicVillain parent reply @CrazyRocky I'll concede. That WAS a pretty good intro.
    • Xexor parent reply 100%. I actually have a good friend who has high-level Asperger's. Sometimes he can fly off the handle and say something offensive or aggressive. But he *always* eventually acknowledges it, and you can tell he feels bad that it happens (even if he won't admit it out loud). @CrazyRocky, I think it was Slenderman, not the drama, coming to get you. (/_\)
  • [ – ] Rawman reply Ohhhh no he's is a suit!!! His hair is nice... Damn! That's when you know #ROCKYISTRIGGERED!!!!! His homophobia, racism (to a degree) and death threats are totally unacceptable. I ignored as much as I could simply because of his autism. He attacked me and I have ignored it. I made fun of his mass tagging but to attack me over it was not needed. The dude has serious anger issues and that is not cool to attack people. LOVE THE END SKIT HAHA.
  • [ – ] AmandaFood reply Batty boys XD omg google is my best friend
  • [ – ] Mattwo reply I think AT has issues besides Autism. I was diagnosed with Asperger Syndrome too but I find him making those image of his characters brutally murdering ponies just because some people downvoted his images on Derpibooru makes little sense to me as well. I mean, I get why he did it but I don't find it at all acceptable nor do I find such a thing to be anywhere near being in the realm of normalcy.
    • [ – ] HeroicVillain parent reply How did you find out he has Asperger Syndrome?
      • [ – ] Mattwo parent reply He said so himself. Course, that's not an official diagnosis anymore. The DSM-5 Merged it into High Functioning Autisum and "Pervasive developmental disorder not otherwise specified" (the DSM-5 isn't quite up to date on it being a social disorder, not a developmental one though)
        • [ – ] HeroicVillain parent reply tbo I've only ever watched one of his videos to my knowledge. I've worked with people of with all kinds of disorders and syndromes and as far as I can tell, none of those force a person to be a walking rear-end cause I've met plenty of people who are Asperger, bipolar, schizophrenic, and any number of other known neurological disorders that affect brain function, and the same seems to be true with any of them as with any of us - some people are decent and some people are just jerks.
          • [ – ] Mattwo parent reply Have you dealt with narcissism, sociopathy or what is most likely here: Unchecked for over ten years inferiority complexes?
            • [ – ] HeroicVillain parent reply Yes, unfortunately. I'm not sure those things are neurological disorders so much as personality disorders, but I'm not claiming to be qualified to diagnose either.
              • [ – ] Mattwo parent reply Autism itself is neurological but every disorder on the spectrum is a mental disorder.
                • [ – ] HeroicVillain parent reply Right! I understand that autism is neurological just like dyslexia, dyspraxia, and any number of fine motor skill disorders, and it might affect the way they are able to process information and interact and relate, but there is a difference between being socially awkward (or even inept) coming off a little rude because their brain hasn't processed the information in a way that allows for what we would consider an appropriate response and someone's premeditated use any means at their disposal to cause as much harm to another person as possible. The latter behavior I think falls into what is consider sociopathy or psychopathy which (in my opinion) is a problem of a person's way or thinking and reasoning rather than an involuntary process of the brain. I guess as a person who suffers from a neurological disorder I tend to take exception to my condition being referred to as a mental problem since neurological denotes physical whereas mental sounds like a person is...well, mental! I also...more prefer to distinguish between personality disorders and neurological disorders because I have personally seen the horrors a sociopath or psychopath bring into the lives of everyone around them, and there was a thought process going on there and a premeditation. They knew what they were doing, they just cared more about what they wanted to have or feel than for the consequences it would bring on anyone (including themselves).
                  • [ – ] Mattwo parent reply Sociopathy actually falls under the realm of antisocial personality disorders. In fact, it's spesfically designated as Anti-Social Personality Disorder. Also to quote Wikipedia here: ""Psychopathy" is not the official title of any diagnosis in the DSM or ICD; nor is it an official title used by other major psychiatric organizations. The DSM and ICD have, however, stated that they have antisocial diagnoses that have been referred to (or include what is referred to) as psychopathy or sociopathy." It's a high priority page, isn't hotly debated by anyone and cites five different sources so it should be accurate.
                    • HeroicVillain parent reply I'm not against using Wikipedia as a source. It's not hard to check the references, it just takes a little time. I'm not really so concerned with what the official term is for psychopathy or sociopathy, we can call it anti-social personality disorder if that's more acceptable. I'm just concerned with differentiating personality disorders from neurological disorders. They may not be mutually exclusive, but I'm very sure there's a distinct difference between the two.
                  • [ – ] Mattwo parent reply Autism of course also falls under the realm of antisocial personality disorders.
                    • [ – ] HeroicVillain parent reply Does it?
                      • [ – ] Mattwo parent reply Why wouldn't it?
                        • [ – ] HeroicVillain parent reply I couldn't find any credible source specifically equating autism with anti-social personality disorder. I want you to know I did take what you said seriously and I'm not trying to be an argumentative jackass (in this case). I did find this article, though:
                          • Mattwo parent reply I thought that would be obvious by how I said that.
                          • [ – ] Mattwo parent reply It's not about credible sources here, it's about basic logic...
                            • [ – ] HeroicVillain parent reply So, it's a matter of personal observation?
                              • [ – ] Mattwo parent reply Basiclly.
                                • [ – ] HeroicVillain parent reply Except that credible sources say that autism is neurological in nature and anti-social personality disorder is not. To be clear, I wouldn't care how you want to classify it except I've known plenty of autistic people who are not monsters but I've never met sociopath who was not a monster. You see my problem here. One is a medical condition, the other is a character flaw. It would be like saying that a person with cancer is lazy because they sleep a lot. A 'lazy' person might sleep a lot as well as the person with a serious medical condition, but one thing is a medical condition and the other is a character flaw.
                                  • Mattwo parent reply Besides, some anti-social disorders like PTSD and many forms of depression are caused by emotional trauma. It doesn't really matter what causes them.
                                  • [ – ] Mattwo parent reply Autism as referring to the main disorder is neurological but the disorders it causes, the "autism spectrum" are mental.
                                    • HeroicVillain parent reply Fair enough. I can see how a neurological disorder also affects a person's mental state in the same way a person's health can affect their emotions. :)
              • [ – ] Mattwo parent reply And an inferiority complex isn't the same classification as the others as it's onset by a number of other conditions.
                • HeroicVillain parent reply :D I can't really speak from authority on that because I'm just well-read but not quote-unquote educated on the topic, but I think I covered my opinion on this in my response to your last comment.
  • AxxL_Afriku reply You THINK you talked about trash last time, but you actually talked about greatness. Just saying brother brother.
  • [ – ] USUandS reply That's unfortunate. It definitely isn't an excuse and it sucks to see things have gone off the deep end with him. At least people know what's up now. And I've dealt with that same Jim. Dude has a drinking problem so I don't think he'll mind a couple of sodee pops. #tryingtohelp
  • Voxgizer reply That ending skit was magical. lol I'm going back to sitting over here with this popcorn to watch this whole thing.
  • [ – ] Sogen reply Hold up! I am high functioning autistic, and I hang out with people with autism. You can't be high functioning and have Asperger's at the same time. They are two ends of the spectrum! That's not to say those with Asperger's can't have a normal life, but high functioning autism is on the opposite end of the spectrum from Asperger's, which is known as low functioning. If anyone has questions about what autism truly is, I'll happily explain to the best of my ability! This shouldn't cause a derail from finding a solution to a very serious situation. Also, Rocky, pick yourself up one of these: Thank me later m8.
    • [ – ] basic_goku parent reply Isn't asbergers the one where you can't understand emotions?
      • [ – ] Sogen parent reply It's a social disorder caused by a genetic mutation that changes how the brain develops. It causes abnormal behavior in that it the person cannot interpret social ques, tend to focus on themself, have a hard time showing empathy, have obsessive compulsive tendencies, often reject intimate affection (like cuddling), and they often avoid social gatherings. So for example, people with autism often specialize heavily in a few primary interests, and they have a hard time showing interest in anything else. Additionally, someone could try to communicate something in a low-key fashion and it often goes over their head. Me for example, it's hard to tell if someone is abusing a substance. It's not that I can't tell, but I have to work extra hard at it since I miss certain give aways. A major one is it's hard for me to make eye contact as it make me feel uncomfortable. This is normal in some cultures, but it's VERY abnormal here in the states. This is common in those with autism, and as a result,...more I can, and will, miss a some low-key suggestions that are implied through subtle facial expressions.
        • Sogen parent reply BTW, I lumped it in with Autism because it's a part of the Autism spectrum. It's classified as high functioning, but from personal experience, and older sources, I'd say it's really apart of the lower end of the spectrum. I don't have Aspergers, I'm HF (high functioning), but I know people who have it, and I've known them a long time. The spectrum ranges from full on mentally disabled, to child prodigy. Each case is unique, which is why it is a spectrum.
  • [ – ] Mattwo reply I only kept quiet about AT this long because I didn't have any real ammo to use against him that would get the community to talk about him in a negative light. Then I saw he was using the unverified users tag and helped set recent events into motion.
  • [ – ] SamEarl13 reply Its good to see everyone standing up to him with him currently screwing around, the guy says a lot of things that are totally unacceptable and his illnesses can't be used as excuses. To correct one little thing though his mobile buddies animations are ripoff of Happy Tree Friends (with most of them being deleted) while he only drew pictures of said characters killing MLP characters which you can find on his LMB facebook page.
  • [ – ] InternetUnwind reply His aggression will only draw in more aggression. I think he blocked me, i cant comment on his video anymore. XD
  • whako reply "I'm a virgin" HAHA BEST INTRO! But people should know what they should say and what they shouldn't say as it could get you in some big problem. Basically what I tell people is take a little bit to think about a situation and wait till you cool off, cause you could say some dumb shit you may regret in the future.
  • [ – ] lambdog76 reply Is it Batty Boi because the penis is like a baseball bat?
  • ZTV_Productions reply Interesting. Did not know the dude had issues. Still doesn't give him a pass to be an ass though. And you didn't have to go Bill Cosby for that ending, but I'm so glad you did.
  • realLain011001 reply lain doesnt love angry people like at, but lain loves you
  • basic_goku reply Im gonna use that batty as slang now.
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