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Immediately, people began expressing their sheer joy over the Zuniga family's thoughtful gesture for their son.

Now, more than 98,000 people have liked Javier's original tweet, with hundreds responding to express their newfound love for the Zuniga family.

"Right this has been brewing for some time so here it goes and you can like it or f***ing well lump it," Reilly's father wrote on Facebook.

"My son Reilly has autism not f***ing leprosy; he is 6 years old and my so called friends who have kids also have kids parties. "Think about that whilst you go and f*** yourselves; have you any idea how hurtful that is?In addition to gender's role in the prevelence of the condition, the experiment also found that people with 'systems-thinking minds' working in jobs related to science, technology, engineering or mathematics (known as 'Stem' fields) had a higher chance of being diagnosed than those in non-Stem industries. Whispers4has been helping disabled singles find love online and trusted since 2002.A handful of responses to Javier's tweet questioned the necessity of the video store, and wondered why such a thing might make a difference in this young man's life. The National Autistic Society explains this tendency, saying, 'Obsessions, repetitive behavior and routines can be a source of enjoyment for autistic people and a way of coping with everyday life.' Still, most didn't stop to question why the miniature Blockbuster display made this young man so happy - but were simply glad to see it did.Some are even calling for Blockbuster to donate leftover merchandise to the Zuniga family.Paul was sentenced to life in prison with no possibility of parole at age 18 on an "accountability" theory for supposedly lending his car to a friend who supposedly murdered a man-- although the friend was acquitted by a different jury. I'm sure he isn't happy about being another year older so if you decide to send him a card be careful about the message.