Greta Thunberg's climate change speech

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Her aspergers is irrelevant. You can be a paraplegic and still be a total bellend.
are you a paraplegic as well now?
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Oh to be old and self righteous.. :Yahoo!: :Yahoo!:
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Well with any luck at all you will live to be older. As for self righteous you've got a head start.
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I believe what you see is not Greta Thunberg, what you see is a 16-year old with some form of autism heavily coached by a team of text writers, PR specialists, etc etc. doing what she's not particularly good at - bringing across a message.

I actually pity the poor girl and wonder how she will look back on her recent media appearances when she turns (let's say) 30 years old. The memory of the web is merciless and her name is not going to help her disappearing back into anonymity.

Apparently she came out of a depression because of this 'new role', but her 10 minutes of fame won't last forever and I'm afraid it won't end well for her.
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Gotta throw this in first, can't believe it hasn't been posted before, bunch of slack jawed Brains around here...

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Kids with a form of autism can be quite something, you know....
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I would give the self serving prick the same look. Actually anyone who doesn't should be asking themselves "what is wrong with me".
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Woh I think Greta's future husband might be Sideshow Bob
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Kammekor wrote: Thu Sep 26, 2019 10:44 am I believe what you see is not Greta Thunberg, what you see is a 16-year old with some form of autism heavily coached by a team of text writers, PR specialists, etc etc. doing what she's not particularly good at - bringing across a message.

I actually pity the poor girl and wonder how she will look back on her recent media appearances when she turns (let's say) 30 years old. The memory of the web is merciless and her name is not going to help her disappearing back into anonymity.

Apparently she came out of a depression because of this 'new role', but her 10 minutes of fame won't last forever and I'm afraid it won't end well for her.
So you are saying that teenage girls don't have strongly held opinions on things? It's not like one of them got a Nobel prize or anything. Oh...
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