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  1. Account suspended
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    24 Jan '16 16:401 edit
    Why can't we delete posts? I didn't mean to leave this blank.
    Anyway watch this:
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    24 Jan '16 16:40
    After watching this, I think maybe they should:
    YouTube
  3. Subscribersonhouse
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    24 Jan '16 17:291 edit
    Originally posted by FishHead111
    After watching this, I think maybe they should:
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=omuYi2Vhgjo
    Isn't it inevitable?

    BTW, not better than any master, he is making a lot of mistakes. Maybe in another ten years but for now they are pushing him too hard. Typical Asian MO.
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    24 Jan '16 17:362 edits
    Originally posted by sonhouse
    Isn't it inevitable?

    BTW, not better than any master, he is making a lot of mistakes. Maybe in another ten years but for now they are pushing him too hard. Typical Asian MO.
    Dude...he's FOUR years old.
    Jebus don't be such a dick, what were YOU doing when you were four? Covering your eyes and playing peek-a-boo?
  5. The Catbird's Seat
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    24 Jan '16 18:08
    Originally posted by FishHead111
    Dude...he's FOUR years old.
    Jebus don't be such a dick, what were YOU doing when you were four? Covering your eyes and playing peek-a-boo?
    It is irrelevant. Perhaps four year olds, even if they can be practiced to play difficult piano passages, might be better served to be learning typical four year old stuff.
  6. Subscribersonhouse
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    24 Jan '16 18:14
    Originally posted by FishHead111
    Dude...he's FOUR years old.
    Jebus don't be such a dick, what were YOU doing when you were four? Covering your eyes and playing peek-a-boo?
    The title is pretentious. That is what I was getting at. He is a charming kid for sure and no doubt a prodigy. At 4 I had been reading for 2.5 years but nobody exposed me to music till i was 8. I did pretty well, did a concert at my school back then. Mom too poor to keep up lessons.
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    24 Jan '16 18:26
    Originally posted by sonhouse
    The title is pretentious. That is what I was getting at. He is a charming kid for sure and no doubt a prodigy. At 4 I had been reading for 2.5 years but nobody exposed me to music till i was 8. I did pretty well, did a concert at my school back then. Mom too poor to keep up lessons.
    Four year olds and earlier a sponges for instruction. They can learn almost anything faster than adults. Doesn't it make more sense that they learn typical four year old stuff, like language, culture, obedience to parents, what things are good and bad to eat, getting potty trained.
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    24 Jan '16 18:313 edits
    Originally posted by sonhouse
    The title is pretentious. That is what I was getting at. He is a charming kid for sure and no doubt a prodigy. At 4 I had been reading for 2.5 years but nobody exposed me to music till i was 8. I did pretty well, did a concert at my school back then. Mom too poor to keep up lessons.
    You started reading when you were a year and a half old?
    You were still in a stroller at that age, you were just barely starting to say simple one or two syllable words, like mama. . You weren't even talking.
    OK that's it we're done with you go tell your stories someplace else liar.
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    24 Jan '16 19:44
    Fishhead is a Communist now?
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    24 Jan '16 20:13
    Originally posted by normbenign
    Doesn't it make more sense that they learn typical four year old stuff, like language, culture, obedience to parents, ....
    Learn obedience. 🙄

    That says a lot about you.
    And is contrary to anyone who truly loves freedom.
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    24 Jan '16 20:24
    Originally posted by sonhouse
    The title is pretentious. That is what I was getting at. He is a charming kid for sure and no doubt a prodigy. At 4 I had been reading for 2.5 years but nobody exposed me to music till i was 8. I did pretty well, did a concert at my school back then. Mom too poor to keep up lessons.
    Excuses excuses. Typical libtard shortcoming: enabling.
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    24 Jan '16 21:17
    Would some modern Westerners have put down a young Mozart as quickly as they seem
    to hasten to put down a Chinese child? I am not comparing this child's talent to Mozart's,
    of course, but one cannot be certain of how much talent any child has until enough time
    has passed in training.
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    24 Jan '16 21:35
    Originally posted by Duchess64
    Would some modern Westerners have put down a young Mozart as quickly as they seem
    to hasten to put down a Chinese child? I am not comparing this child's talent to Mozart's,
    of course, but one cannot be certain of how much talent any child has until enough time
    has passed in training.
    He'll be ok ,if he has a melt down with the pressure he can always get a job at the local Chinese take away .😵
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    24 Jan '16 21:43
    Originally posted by Duchess64
    Would some modern Westerners have put down a young Mozart as quickly as they seem
    to hasten to put down a Chinese child? I am not comparing this child's talent to Mozart's,
    of course, but one cannot be certain of how much talent any child has until enough time
    has passed in training.
    LOL Mozart wrote Twinkle Twinkle Little Star when he was 4 years old.
    I think this kid is a bit better than that.
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    24 Jan '16 21:51
    Originally posted by FishHead111
    LOL Mozart wrote Twinkle Twinkle Little Star when he was 4 years old.
    I think this kid is a bit better than that.
    Maybe I misunderstood. Was he playing a piece he composed? I don't recognize it. That would put him up quite a bit on the creative level.
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