Notes on Legendary PokemonIt should first be noted that only a few of the legendaries are truly unique(meaning only one of them will or has ever existed).More Like This
Many legendaries of a particular kind may exist in the same time frame. I.E. A new Entei is said to be born from a newly formed volcano.
Alternatively, though many legendaries of a particular kind may not exist in the same time frame, the legendaries who are not unique are also not immortal and may die or be reborn. I.E. The celebi of the past may not be the same celebi of the present, even in they are time travellers.
The only truly unique legendaries are: Arceus, Dialga, Palkia, Giratina, Regigigas, Jirachi
These pokémon are also unique because they were man-made: Mewtwo, Genesect
 Mirage Trio
Moltres -- Fire -- Created land with Ice-comboZapdos -- Electricity -- Energy created currentsArticuno -- Ice -- Created land with Fire-combo
 Beast Trio
Valentine's Day Art Exchange!More Like This
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Asperger syndrome - Not weird, strange or odd(Personal notes are in italics, e-mail excerpts are not)More Like This
On the morning of 9 December 2013, Channel Nine breakfast show Today introduced a story about singer Susan Boyle having Asperger syndrome, referring to this condition as an "illness". Below is an e-mail I sent to the show just to clarify a few things about Asperger syndrome (from my point of view), in the hope that they (and other media outlets) would have a better insight into why Asperger's (as well as other forms of autism) should not be classified as an "illness" or "disease".
To whom it may concern,
Regarding your introduction to the story about Susan Boyle having an "illness", I would like to point out that Asperger syndrome - make that any form of autism - is not an illness or disease, but it is something that dramatically impacts the person that has it and their families and requires constant adjustments to thinking and actions. More often tha