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I visited this site for a awhile and eventually realized that users knew each other. So I made an account in an attempt to become part of the community! Hi :)

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Cats know too much 5 comments
changetheworld · 16 hours ago
Sidenote: we do use the term non-verbal but only to describe things that can't communicate. For example, if we say a behavior is controlled by "nonverbal stimuli," we could be talking about an object, smell, sound, etc. (but NOT a person).
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Cats know too much 5 comments
changetheworld · 16 hours ago
Sure! In ABA, verbal behavior is essentially any kind of communication such as speaking, using sign language, pointing or gesturing, etc. Therefore, saying that someone is non-verbal implies that they cannot communicate at all, which is highly unlikely. Instead, we would say that a person is non-vocal if they cannot speak. For example, I work with many clients who are non-vocal, but talk to me through sign language or an APP.
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Cats know too much 5 comments
changetheworld · 1 day ago
Correction: nonvocal. It's an important distinction! #abaadvocate
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Pants. 5 comments
changetheworld · 1 day ago
I think it might be one of Hitler's paintings. But now that you've said it @catfluff, I can totally see where you are coming from lol
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He was always there 7 comments
changetheworld · 4 days ago
IF you like mind-benders. It'd definitely not a straight forward, casual watch.
Water is the spice of life 7 comments
changetheworld · 4 days ago
I thought they prosecuted on whether or not their was enough evidence, not whether or not it is "worth it." And technically isn't that someone else's job - to determine whether or not to prosecute. Cops just press charges?
Water is the spice of life 7 comments
changetheworld · 5 days ago
I would think that the police do not have a choice. As stupid as it is, if the water is technically stolen, then they'd have an obligation to follow-up.
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I propose a toast 5 comments
changetheworld · 1 week ago
Just cause of quarantine? Because I recently read about a guy who saw a girl dancing on a rooftop across the street, sent a drone over with his # on it, and then had a video-chat date from their rooftops/balconies.
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"Hey...You gotta minute?" 6 comments
changetheworld · 1 week ago
That is not typical.
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Your daily dose of redhead. Which implies there's a shortage of redhead in your life 17 comments
changetheworld · 1 week ago
Right? I was going to ask how I can have a shortage of redheaded-ness when I am a redhead.
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The thing about war is, it makes no got dam sense 5 comments
changetheworld · 1 week ago
If this is the same incident that I think it is, they didn't resume fighting for awhile either. I think they faked it for awhile.
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Now I'm really looking forward to the couple of days we will spend in Paris, thanks 6 comments
changetheworld · 1 week ago
Paris was very clean when I was there a few years ago. Now, Rome on the other hand, was just like the second picture. Trashy and smelly and overcrowded.
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Free hong kong 4 comments
changetheworld · 2 weeks ago
What did the guy do?
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When you hire an engineer as your graphic designer 6 comments
changetheworld · 2 weeks ago
I actually like this. I hate how overwhelming it is trying to find things on labels/shelves with 1,000 colors and designs and random nonsense written all over it.
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Measure twice, cut once... As they say 1 comments
changetheworld · 2 weeks ago
He got it fixed and made a funny comment about his mistake. All good.
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The more you know.. 5 comments
changetheworld · 2 weeks ago
I know this isn't THAT funny, but I just burst out laughing. And every time I tried to explain to my husband what was so funny, I would start laughing again. I ended up laughing til I was crying.
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Piani get the thirst, also 12 comments
changetheworld · 2 weeks ago
It's a bit outside my quarantine zone right now :p but maybe someday
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Mont-Saint-Michel Island during low tide 3 comments
changetheworld · 2 weeks ago
I've been there and it was one of my favorite places on my trip!
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Piani get the thirst, also 12 comments
changetheworld · 2 weeks ago
Oh. my. gosh. I want to do that.
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Well move over Sarah I need me some Medea 22 comments
changetheworld · 2 weeks ago
In this U.S., if people said "chicken burger" it was mostly likely made out of ground chicken shaped into a patty. If it it anything like what is in this post, it would be called a chicken sandwich.
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I made dis 3 comments
changetheworld · 4 weeks ago
Checked the comments hoping to see this - was not disappointed.
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Priorities 16 comments
changetheworld · 4 weeks ago
Weird how these posts are always targeted at religious centers. Not the stadium of the person's favorite football team, the mansion of their favorite celebrity, or even their own house compared to those in 3rd world countries. I've gone to small and large churches, and guess what? We need buildings so we have a place to gather and organize. It helps us help the community.
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If I can help one person, it was all worth it 7 comments
changetheworld · 4 weeks ago
right @mialinay ! I've always been a light sleeper and sensitive to light. I recently moved to a house close to a main road, and the headlights of the cars that go by at night definitely keep me up. When I complain, my husband says "close your eyes," and I go "They are closed! I can still see it!"
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This is very true smh 9 comments
changetheworld · 4 weeks ago
Yes. I grew up in a pretty strict house and it worked for me because I am a goodie-two-shoes that never would have dared to "rebel." BUT I've learned as I've gotten older that a lot about parenting should be about teaching your kids to make the right decisions, not enforcing the decisions on them.
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