Odd use of the phrase fit and autistic in that context. It was a valid query given the use of the term autistic at the time in question. The OP had no issue with explaining himself in due course.
S & C expert C O' N as you put it Don had a very bad car accident a few years ago and had two discs removed from his back. I would imagine that would impact on his ability to exercisePersonally i wouldnt have bothered giving the question/remark an answer.
I think it was required. Don had a fit a few weeks ago, when someone mistyped "artistic" as "austistic".
Yet, he seems happy enough to throw jibes at others, when he feels like it.
You're reading things into posts that aren't there Donny boy.
Anyway, my post was clearly directed at your hypocrisy and not the other poster's apology, which you seem to think vindicates your original objection. However, it's your subsequent post, sneering at someone's weight, that de-bases your level of butt-hurt at the 'autistic' typo.
I, myself, will reserve the right to call anyone autistic, artistic, hypocritical or whatever. If you don't like one area of society referenced in a post, don't single anyone else out for cheap laughs in your own.