Just watch this short piece from an interview about him. He has no clue what the fuck he's talking about. But LOSI HE'S A CHILD. FUCK OFF. If he doesn't know about computers and cpus, then why the fuck is he making up random shit.
(10-01-2015, 08:57 AM)Eight Wrote: >>20847
> I like this kid. He is using his 15 minutes of fame really well. he got tons of cool
Yes, funny thing people seem to don't know is that his father is a radical muslim supporter that got in trouble many times because of his crazy ways of trying to raise support for islam. Not that that's wrong, but this kid is clearly part of it, and even the president was duped into believing this.
Not to mention the clock was proven multiple times to have been removed from a case, and not actually built.
This whole thing smells, and it just doesn't sit right with me all the support and opportunities this kid has gotten just because of "muh racism", especially when it's so clear that the whole reality was bent to fit the narrative. It's just not right.
(10-01-2015, 12:20 PM)SushiFeelings Wrote:
What books do you recommend? I haven't read anything in a while and wanted to get back into it
(10-07-2015, 08:36 PM)Senpai Wrote: >>21674I agree there is a lot of jealousy towards this kid. Also a lot of fear and racism towards arab and islamic people. But I'm not sure if the kid is a victim of fear and racism or schools panicky retarded zero tolerance policies.
> I think people are being kind of mean for what could have been legitimate, or just a silly mistake in the moment.
Yeah, I agree completely; I think most of it comes down to being jealous of the kid. I sort of think it's a good thing for all the people to recognise that he was a victim of racism and support him, but on the other hand, I can't help but feel that it's all gone way too far and sadly I'm vaguely jealous that if I had made a clock that looked like a WMD as a child, I wouldn't have gotten any recognition or offered a job at a major company, even if I'd gotten in trouble for it.