Asperger's Are Us
|Asperger’s Are Us|
From left, Ethan Finlan, Noah Britton, New Michael Ingemi, and Jack Hanke
|Genres||Satire, surreal humour, puns|
|Members||Tripp Carey (former member) |
New Michael Ingemi
|Website||Official Facebook page|
Asperger’s Are Us formed on the North Shore of Massachusetts in the summer of 2010 after New Michael Ingemi, Jack Hanke, and Ethan Finlan graduated from a summer camp where Noah Britton was their counselor.
Asperger's Are Us disbanded in 2018.
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