That is just awesome. Just when you think you're doing enough, an 11 year old shows you you're a SLACKER. I love it!
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Thats pretty awesome. Some people amaze me. My little brother is autistic and though he has a hard time interacting with people and reading he is a brown belt in karate and has over 500 pokemon cards and he will lay them out and know if one is missing. The human mind works in crazy ways.
Not as awesome as this kid I suppose, but he blows my mind with some of the stuff he knows and does everyday.
I'd rather meet your little brother than that guy. Seriously, people aren't meant to graduate at that age. And the thing about video games not helping humanity... The developers get to unleash their creativity and imagination. And we get to 'experience' the past even if it is just a simulation. (Like in WWII games etc.)
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i have to say congrats to this kid as what he did is a great thing
but look at his parents heritage and remember one thing
was this kid really doing this on his own or was he pushed in some way by his parents
as how many 11 year old do you know that are that serious and not just being a child
I'm sure his parents pushed him, however if he is as smart as he is, they'd be dumb to not push him. I'd disagree that video games don't help humanity. I would say I have learned a lot from video games and computers that others wouldn't have a clue about.
It was n doubt his parents, in a way its sad since he will never have any true friends and did not get to grow up and learn people skills. Also he was robed of his childhood...
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Rofl, some of these comments are almost commmical. How was he robbed of his childhood he is 11. I am sure his parents pushed him, but if your child has the intellect for this why not. He is now 11 with a degree in college. He cannot legally get a job until he is 15. So he has 4 whole years to do nothing. Then he can go get a real job. The thing is though with a child like this he will probably mess around for a year and then expand his education some more. So by the time he is 16 and old enough to drive he will have a doctorate in something. By the time he is 20 he will most likely have 3-4 years experience to back his doctorate up. Plus the fact is this, he has fun in a different way, and is obviously a very focused individual. How else could he do this and rise to the level he has in Marital arts. Oh wait Marital arts thats me, he excels in Martial arts.
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