to Justitia Themis: the word is "anointed", not "annointed", actually. I can think of 2 ways in which Jesus is a Mediator. First, is as a Mediator of the New Covenant, which has Jehovah as the party on the one side and the "anointed" on the other. The second is on behalf of all mankind's forgiveable sin. It is in this latter respect, then, that Jesus is our Mediator, whenever any of us pray, which is why our prayers are "in Jesus' name".
to NewYork44M: certainly anyone (even outside the WTS) can have or give love, it's just a matter of whether it will prove beneficial for spiritual growth, or otherwise.
to wha happened?: an Aspie, as I use the term, is someone who has Asperger's. I might also refer to Aspies, like myself, as having an Asperger's perspective, or an Asperger's personality. Others sometimes refer to Aspies as having Asperger's Syndrome, or Asperger's (Personality) Disorder. I consider these latter terms lacking in tact. Asperger's is more fully described at http://www.aspergers.com/.