I'm not sure where to post this, but I think this is the right forum.

My name is Jason Larsen, and I am originally from Seattle, Washington. I think I may have seen some of you elsewhere.

I work at a business outside of Seattle that scans a whole bunch of documents and data into their computer system. I enter that data.

I will tell you all more information about my job later. I know this is a fairly new group, so it will take a little time for people to open up and discover this website.

Thank you all for making me feel welcome! I hope to hear from you all soon!

Welcome aboard!

Hi Jason

Welcome to this group! Thanks for joining us.

Since I haven't officially introduced myself I'll do it now.

My name is Anthony and I'm a 31 year old male from New York City. I joined this group about 2 (I think) weeks ago. I currently work in a Registrar's Office over at a Community College. I've been working full-time in this position for the last seven years. I can't believe it has been seven years already. I was diagnosed with Asperger's Syndrome back in November 2001.

I won't get into lots of details right now but I figured since we have a introduction present I should proceed with mine.

Reply: My Introduction

Hi, Anthony!

Thank you for responding to me! I'm glad you're here!

Re Reply My Introduction


Hi Jason!



I'm not a manager, but I am diagnosed AS, and so many of my managers don't like me because I can out think them!

Re: Hi Jason!


Thank you for the welcome!

Nice to meet you!

Hi all! I am 25 year old

Hi all!

I am 25 year old female in the west USA. I work as an office manager for a patent firm.

Re: Hi all! I am 25 year old


Welcome, and nice to meet you!


Im Dallas and 26 and work as GPS analyst/trouble shooter for a surveying company.
Part of my job entails cricting field staffs fieldnotes, which involves giving them constructive crictism.
Before that i worked as a plan checker for a survey company
Before that i worked as a Party chief for a survey company, i only had one person to manage which proved stressful and i moved into the office to be a plan checker. I will try my best to share what ive learned from being in a leadership role.
Before that i worked as a survey assistant. Maybe next i try and get and a job as a draftsman for a survey company, as ive have some experience autocad and drafting survey plans.
I loved all my jobs and one day hope to be a commisoned Land Surveyor.
Its nice to meet you all.