I know what you mean Dave, and I'm trying not to sound like I believe in the "super race" as I'll have Tonythe Grecian down on me again.
What I was trying to say is that a kid without any "problems" can be a test of one's patience, let alone a kiddy who has a right to be frustrated because what nature had dealt them.
You know what I mean, Christ, it's so difficult to put things in black and white without trying to upset people you don't want to upset.
Anyway, this is getting awkward so I'm giving up.
Except to say that any person who has a child with any disability, and manages to lead a normal life, has my admiration. I'm not sure I could do it without having a massive chip (like "why us") on my shoulder.
Is it possible to say that without sounding patronising?
Whats batting for the other team got to do with the price of cod? I just thought it was ironic that you were arranging (on an internet message board) to meet up with someone to prove your "non-geekiness".....probably the most geeky thing it is possible to do! Nowt wrong with being a geek, but if you think you aren't one, perhaps step back and take a look at yourself typing away to someone on a non-league football website, arguing that your "not a geek", and maybe reasses.