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Here's a particularly good account of Asperger's Syndrome - like everything that makes up one's personality, there's unquestionably a broad (multidimensional!) spectrum involved - one might exhibit such traits profoundly, or only mild tendencies in some ways. All part of the peculiarity of these weird grey blobs most of us carry around. (Surprisingly high in cholesterol, though)

One of the slightly odder comics you'll find.. remember the myriad "OS-tan" manga girls representing different OS' characteristics? Say hello to Afuganisu-tan and friends, including Pakisu-tan, Kyrgyz-tan, and Meriken. The strips themselves follow the characters' adventures, whilst the accompanying text adds historical information about the countries, the international agents, and the various factions. (Conveniently, the site design is such that you can simply perform a "save all linked images" to retrieve all the character sheets and strips)

Caution: bad pun alert. ^_^;

ZOMG! ibneko alerted me to the existence of Petz Bunnyz, a virtual rabbit for the DS. ^_^

Care
* Pick the perfect bunny buddy and choose from five bunny breeds, including the American Fuzzy Lop and English Angora.
* Customize your bunny’s environment and unlock decorating items such as toys, wallpaper and flowers.
* Your bunny likes to be brushed and cleaned -- and that includes his cage.
* Feed your bunny her favorite foods and she will love you for it.

Training
* Teach your bunny to recognize greetings and phrases using the DS touchpad.
* Care for, pet and play with your bunnies regularly to keep them happy, unlock new items and more.
 
 
 
 
 
 
Ah? I've not read to the end yet. It's certainly very difficult to see what will happen there - historically, Afghanistan's been more a coalition of tribes than a single, cohesive nation, though I suppose there's a lot of fuzziness in that line, leading into devolution, states' rights, unification, independence, local autonomy, and so forth. They've never been conquered, given the rugged terrain, but that doesn't stop people from trying.

Hee! Love the footnote explanation.. ^_^; Ah, that reminds me - I need to dig up Meet the Stans sometime for you.
Thanks. ^^