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This is pretty neat:

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That is unbelievable and the detail is incredible.

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Truely Amazeing , Like it is said that we only use 10% of our mines protenal
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That was wicked!

Ya, its funny, Funny like a Clown.
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Being married to someone who spends her days with autistic kids, I find that the overwhelming majority (including me) of people are without a clue as to the workings and issues of this mental illness. I think it's really neat that this guy was able to show off his talents. I think the media people try to take advantage of autism (and other types of illnesses) for profit, as if they were circus freaks or something of that nature. I remember a story on a guy in England that had thousands of decimals of pi memorized...heck he saw pi as a picture and was able to translate that to the decimals. Crazy....

Spend some time in a classroom with autistic kids and you'll understand.

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Being married to someone who spends her days with autistic kids, I find that the overwhelming majority (including me) of people are without a clue as to the workings and issues of this mental illness. I think it's really neat that this guy was able to show off his talents. I think the media people try to take advantage of autism (and other types of illnesses) for profit, as if they were circus freaks or something of that nature. I remember a story on a guy in England that had thousands of decimals of pi memorized...heck he saw pi as a picture and was able to translate that to the decimals. Crazy....

Spend some time in a classroom with autistic kids and you'll understand.
my nephew(who justed turned 11), is autistic......takes patience sometimes.

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thats crazy.. i used to work with an autistic kid.. some of the hardest working and most talented people ive ever seen

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that was absolutly amazing!

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Truely Amazeing , Like it is said that we only use 10% of our mines protenal
I find great irony in that statement

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Psssh, I could do that blind folded!

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