Hello, my name is Isaac; welcome to my blog! I’m a twenty-one-year-old Catholic who lives in Oregon. I was homeschooled, and was first diagnosed on the autism spectrum when I was four (I also have most of the symptoms for OCD, but as of now I’ve never been officially evaluated for it). I love telling jokes, petting my cat, playing the piano, reading good books, and trying to make the world a better place.


Ich lerne Deutsch, kaj mi parolas iom Esperanton. I’ve also studied a good deal of Irish and Dutch, as well as some Latin and Greek. Additionally, I know a little American Sign Language (being able to communicate without your voice really comes in handy when you sometimes go nonverbal); and I’m technically trying to learn a bit of Hebrew, Japanese, Polish, Hawaiian, Swahili, Korean, Mandarin, French, and Spanish.
I’m a big fan of conlanging (making constructed languages), and my favourite language that I’ve made so far is called Kjeltar, which I’m designing for one of the collaborative worldbuilding projects my brother and I are working on.


My current major areas of interest include: Piano Technology, Music, Computer Programming, Photography, Linguistics, Political Science, Physics (optics is probably the coolest; also, it’d be really neat if we could prove a unified field theory), Genealogy, Jokes, Religion, Chess, Geography, Calendars, Economics, Math, and Education.
Unfortunately I’m not able to do as many things as I’d like to at the moment, since I have Post-concussive syndrome from a head injury I suffered back in 2016, but I’m currently working part-time at a piano restoration shop, and I hope someday to become an RPT (Registered Piano Technician).


In addition to this blog, I also run a satire news blog called Autism Outlook, although it’d be an understatement to say that I don’t tend to update it as often as I should.







4 Responses

  1. Isaac, your blog will soon be added to 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 customize your blog’s description on the list.
    Thank you.
    Judy (An Autism Observer)


    • Thank you, Judy! I really appreciate being listed, and I filled out the form.


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      • You’re welcome, and thanks for writing your blog. The list wouldn’t exist without bloggers like you.
        I have not yet received your form. Would you please click here and fill it out again? Make sure you click on the “Submit” button. Thanks.


      • Isaac, I still have not yet received your form. Would you please click here and fill it out again? Make sure you click on the “Submit” button. Thanks.


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