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"There's no such thing as an ordinary human."-The Tenth Doctor
Points of view I hold: -Sherlock is non-neurotypical, and he is my Aspie hero. -I am an intersectional feminist. I have issues with almost everything as a result, but I will analyse and call out. I've had overloads because my views conflict with what i love (e.g..Sherlock). -I like personality typing, and think it's useful, if you do the cognitive functions. -Neurodiversity.
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Mothers Of Black Firefighters Killed On 9/11 Fight To Keep Their Sons’ Memories Alive

The years haven’t much eased Irene Smith’s pain. Some days are good, she says. Some less so. But her son, Leon W. Smith Jr., is always on her mind.

It was Leon Smith’s dream to become a firefighter, Smith said. Growing up in Brooklyn, N.Y., the family lived right across the street from a firehouse. She said she always knew just where to find her boy. “He knew his calling even then,” she said.

Leon was the driver for Ladder Company 118 in Brooklyn, on September 11, 2001, and one of 343 New York City firefighters to die while responding to the World Trade Center attacks.

“In Leon’s company there were eight firefighters that got killed,” Smith said. “They found the remains of six of them. They have never found my son. I have a tombstone on an empty grave. One of these days I’ll have them, and I’ll bury him. I’ll never give up.”

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