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09 August 2012

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Jill

I hope the car's owners are understanding. You don't need an angry, irrational person shouting at you for being unable to "control" Charlie.

autismvox

Thanks! They were very kind about it; it was a college student whose car Charlie first banged on and she was in the car, and thought she might have hit him. She ran to get her dad and he got in his car and hurried after Jim and Charlie to see if Charlie was ok and Charlie banged on his car.... We really wanted to go and talk to them, for good relations and to explain. They might have needed all the explanations about Charlie's neurological functioning! But it was good to go.

He's ok. The reality is, he has a permanent callous on his forehead from all the banging. It was mitigated this time because he was wearing his bike helmet.

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