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Obibun 01-17-2012 22:38

Quote:

Originally Posted by Al'Muktar (Post 16954503)
nah, it just stuck in my head from all that way back

hard childhood!?!? I was always quite comfortable, the only real issue I had was going to a darkie school, and I got over that pretty quickly

sorry but years of IRC logs from random people on this forum would instantly negate your lies

beaten by your father, bunch of **** with a mother, it's no wonder you turned into some weird bearded recluse with no real bearings on life and an intense hatred for anybody who grew up in a secure and well supported family environment

streetwi$e 01-17-2012 22:38

So obibun r ur parents cool with ur entire baller attitude and all around douche factor

you talk this way in real life about nerds in front of them and they are proud of their son right?

Obibun 01-17-2012 22:40

do these pathetic losers think I'm actually going to respond to them

honestly

both have been banned and ostracized from a forum generally known for being entirely lenient to ridiculous psychopaths, dumbasses, autistic people and straight out losers

and yet this retard and the other one, both, think to challenge me

and yet they were banned and completely removed, ostracized and ridiculed, from a forum that puts up with just about anybody

I mean seriously how much of a ****ing failure and loser do you have to be to get the ****ing axe from Tribalwar of all places on the entire internet

that much, apparently

sehvi 01-17-2012 22:40

i'm friends with him on facebook.

i have to confirm: the whole attitude, the girlfriend, the life in Germany, everything is true :lol:.

i'm thinking about signing up for a course of interaction with women hosted by Obibun.

Al'Muktar 01-17-2012 22:41

Quote:

Originally Posted by Obibun (Post 16954506)
sorry but years of IRC logs from random people on this forum would instantly negate your lies

beaten by your father, bunch of **** with a mother, it's no wonder you turned into some weird bearded recluse with no real bearings on life and an intense hatred for anybody who grew up in a secure and well supported family environment

riiiiight :rolleyes:

a recluse that works in the media

I have no particular problem with you, never have, but you've gone into full bat**** self-parody mode recently and it's ****ing boring

Obibun 01-17-2012 22:43

no mention of how you're dodging years of people's collective IRC logs about all the **** you're lying about

huh

I'll let it slide

let it be known that I am a gracious and benevolent ruler of this forum

sehvi 01-17-2012 22:43

Al'Muktar doesn't lie either.

Al'Muktar 01-17-2012 22:44

that was what the :rolleyes: was for

I've always been fairly open about that **** (when its true), but the fact is that I'm a mostly coddled little middleclass whiteboy that spent rather a long time at university and currently live back with my parents (remind you of anyone?)

bam 01-17-2012 22:45

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Who Posted?
Total Posts: 128
User Name Posts
Obibun 19
Al'Muktar 7
Awful lot of posts for someone who was leaving...

MadBoFo 01-17-2012 22:45

Facts about FASDs
facts

Fetal alcohol spectrum disorders (FASDs) are a group of conditions that can occur in a person whose mother drank alcohol during pregnancy. These effects can include physical problems and problems with behavior and learning. Often, a person with an FASD has a mix of these problems.


Cause and Prevention

FASDs are caused by a woman drinking alcohol during pregnancy. There is no known amount of alcohol that is safe to drink while pregnant. There is also no safe time to drink during pregnancy and no safe kind of alcohol to drink while pregnant.
FASD Fact Sheet

Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders Fact Sheet

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To prevent FASDs, a woman should not drink alcohol while she is pregnant, or even when she might get pregnant. This is because a woman could get pregnant and not know for several weeks or more. In the United States, half of pregnancies are unplanned.


Signs and Symptoms

FASDs refer to the whole range of effects that can happen to a person whose mother drank alcohol during pregnancy. These conditions can affect each person in different ways, and can range from mild to severe.

A person with an FASD might have:

Abnormal facial features, such as a smooth ridge between the nose and upper lip (this ridge is called the philtrum)
Small head size
Shorter-than-average height
Low body weight
Poor coordination
Hyperactive behavior
Difficulty paying attention
Poor memory
Difficulty in school (especially with math)
Learning disabilities
Speech and language delays
Intellectual disability or low IQ
Poor reasoning and judgment skills
Sleep and sucking problems as a baby
Vision or hearing problems
Problems with the heart, kidneys, or bones


mom and daughter huggingTypes of FASDs

Different terms are used to describe FASDs, depending on the type of symptoms.

Fetal Alcohol Syndrome (FAS): FAS represents the severe end of the FASD spectrum. Fetal death is the most extreme outcome from drinking alcohol during pregnancy. People with FAS might have abnormal facial features, growth problems, and central nervous system (CNS) problems. People with FAS can have problems with learning, memory, attention span, communication, vision, or hearing. They might have a mix of these problems. People with FAS often have a hard time in school and trouble getting along with others.

Alcohol-Related Neurodevelopmental Disorder (ARND): People with ARND might have intellectual disabilities and problems with behavior and learning. They might do poorly in school and have difficulties with math, memory, attention, judgment, and poor impulse control.

Alcohol-Related Birth Defects (ARBD): People with ARBD might have problems with the heart, kidneys, or bones or with hearing. They might have a mix of these.


The term fetal alcohol effects (FAE) was previously used to describe intellectual disabilities and problems with behavior and learning in a person whose mother drank alcohol during pregnancy. In 1996, the Institute of Medicine (IOM) replaced FAE with the terms alcohol-related neurodevelopmental disorder (ARND) and alcohol-related birth defects (ARBD).


Diagnosis

The term FASDs is not meant for use as a clinical diagnosis. CDC worked with a group of experts and organizations to review the research and develop guidelines for diagnosing FAS. The guidelines were developed for FAS only. CDC and its partners are working to put together diagnostic criteria for other FASDs, such as ARND. Clinical and scientific research on these conditions is going on now.

Diagnosing FAS can be hard because there is no medical test, like a blood test, for it. And other disorders, such as ADHD (attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder) and Williams syndrome, have some symptoms like FAS.

To diagnose FAS, doctors look for:

Abnormal facial features (e.g., smooth ridge between nose and upper lip)
Lower-than-average height, weight, or both
Central nervous system problems (e.g., small head size, problems with attention and hyperactivity, poor coordination)
Prenatal alcohol exposure; although confirmation is not required to make a diagnosis

Learn more about the criteria for diagnosis »


Treatment

Family and PhysicianFASDs last a lifetime. There is no cure for FASDs, but research shows that early intervention treatment services can improve a child’s development.

There are many types of treatment options, including medication to help with some symptoms, behavior and education therapy, parent training, and other alternative approaches. No one treatment is right for every child. Good treatment plans will include close monitoring, follow-ups, and changes as needed along the way.

Also, “protective factors” can help reduce the effects of FASDs and help people with these conditions reach their full potential.1, 2

Protective factors include:

Diagnosis before 6 years of age
Loving, nurturing, and stable home environment during the school years
Absence of violence
Involvement in special education and social services

Learn more about treatments »


Get Help!

If you think your child might have an FASD, talk to your child’s doctor and share your concerns. Don’t wait!

Sharing Concerns

For tips on sharing concerns about a child's development, click on one of the following:

Parent to PhysicianExternal Web Site Icon

Physician to ParentExternal Web Site Icon

Parent to ParentExternal Web Site Icon

If you or the doctor thinks there could be a problem, ask the doctor for a referral to a specialist (someone who knows about FASDs), such as a developmental pediatrician, child psychologist, or clinical geneticist. In some cities, there are clinics whose staffs have special training in diagnosing and treating children with FASDs. To find doctors and clinics in your area visit the National and State Resource DirectoryExternal Web Site Icon from the National Organization on Fetal Alcohol Syndrome (NOFAS).

At the same time, call your state’s public early childhood system to ask for a free evaluation to find out if your child qualifies for treatment services. This is sometimes called a Child Find evaluation. You do not need to wait for a doctor’s referral or a medical diagnosis to make this call.

Where to call for a free evaluation from the state depends on your child’s age:

If your child is younger than 3 years old, contact your local early intervention system.

To find the contact for your state, call the National Dissemination Center for Children with Disabilities (NICHCY) at 1-800-695-0285. Or visit the NICHCY websiteExternal Web Site Icon ; select your state and look for the heading "Programs for Infants and Toddlers with Disabilities: Ages Birth through 3."


Learn more about early intervention »External Web Site Icon


If your child is 3 years old or older, contact your local public school system.

Even if your child is not old enough for kindergarten or is not enrolled in a public school, call your local elementary school or board of education and ask to speak with someone who can help you have your child evaluated.

If you’re not sure whom to contact, call the National Dissemination Center for Children with Disabilities (NICHCY) at 1-800-695-0285. Or visit the NICHCY websiteExternal Web Site Icon ; select your state and look for the heading "Programs for Children with Disabilities: Ages 3 through 5."


Learn more about this process »External Web Site Icon


Related Pages

Diagnosis
Treatments
Developmental Disabilities
Birth Defects
Alcohol and Public Health
CDC’s National Center on Birth Defects and Developmental Disabilities


References

Streissguth, A.P., Bookstein, F.L., Barr, H.M., Sampson, P.D., O’Malley, K., & Young, J.K. (2004). Risk factors for adverse life outcomes in fetal alcohol syndrome and fetal alcohol effects. Developmental and Behavioral Pediatrics, 5(4), 228-238.
Streissguth, A.P., Barr, H.M., Kogan, J. & Bookstein, F. L., Understanding the occurrence of secondary disabilities in clients with fetal alcohol syndrome (FAS) and fetal alcohol effects (FAE). Final report to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). Seattle: University of Washington, Fetal Alcohol & Drug Unit; August 1996. Tech. Rep. No. 96-06.

Obibun 01-17-2012 22:45

Muk everyone knows you had massive family problems growing up

no one is holding it against you but trying to deny it just makes your attacks look that much weaker

now move along and as the benevolent king of this thread and tribalwar I will let you rule your own county in peace

but keep in mind the tithe must be paid and respect given

Obibun 01-17-2012 22:46

also is bam an aspergers kid or what

Animo 01-17-2012 22:47

sup ******s did i miss the fagfest

Al'Muktar 01-17-2012 22:50

Quote:

Originally Posted by Obibun (Post 16954530)
Muk everyone knows you had massive family problems growing up

my dad was an ******* who was never around, left when I was 14, could get a bit rough at times cos his dad used to beat the **** out of him but my mum kicked his ass so nothing more than anybody else

my mother has always been rock solid, and my stepdad is steady too

never got on with my sister growing up, but again, perfectly normal

the only real difficulties I had were to do with growing up in an area and going to a school where the majority of people were muslim, and well all know how that turned out (fine)

so what the **** are you talking about, exactly? Again, I'm a slightly coddled middle class white kid

with periodic psychotic episodes

Federere 01-17-2012 22:50

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Spoiler

Sysorex 01-17-2012 22:51

Quote:

Originally Posted by Federere (Post 16954544)


DropSquad 01-17-2012 22:51

Quote:

Originally Posted by Animo (Post 16954535)
sup ******s did i miss the fagfest

as long as obi keeps posting, fagfest continues. WOOHOO!

HelenKeller 01-17-2012 22:59

need a fas smiley for tw

something like this maybe: http://i.imgur.com/EFdP4.gif

Animo 01-17-2012 23:00

thanks now everyone knows i have a BMW and I look amazing

Rampancy 01-17-2012 23:08

Quote:

Originally Posted by Obibun (Post 16954514)
do these pathetic losers think I'm actually going to respond to them

honestly

both have been banned and ostracized from a forum generally known for being entirely lenient to ridiculous psychopaths, dumbasses, autistic people and straight out losers

and yet this retard and the other one, both, think to challenge me

and yet they were banned and completely removed, ostracized and ridiculed, from a forum that puts up with just about anybody

I mean seriously how much of a ****ing failure and loser do you have to be to get the ****ing axe from Tribalwar of all places on the entire internet

that much, apparently

Weren't you banned from and perma-membered on the same forum for a while for being such a ****head

Oh and haven't your own posts confirmed that you were picked on a ton/a social reject in highschool, that you were with only one girl in highschool (and the whole pathetic thread about her being a "whore") that you continued to date in college

Haven't your own posts also confirmed that you do jack **** to support yourself and live almost entirely off your parents money, and to continue to support your lack of worthwhile job skills, you were going to marry a chick for her money

The same chick who, upon her dumping you, you raged out over and texted her boyfriend bizarrely graphic revenge texts about how she cheated on him with you

Congrats for managing to **** chicks generally hotter than many TW members do i guess, you manage to hide what an insecure, losery, nerd you are under an overbearing wall of cockiness. You're lucky that your parents have afforded you the kind of lifestyle that lets you put the time, money, and effort into focusing on nothing but partying and women, because frankly your life would be pretty ****ty if you were left to your own devices


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