posted on Apr, 7 2014 @ 10:31 PM
3 y.o blows judges away?
..ok, i obviously jumped the gun
Don't feel bad, lol, I was picturing a 3 year old who was giving inept court judges a lecture on how to obey the Constitution and other laws...and on
just not sucking in general. I suppose that they can't stop him or boo him, or whatever they do on this show, like they would to an older person,
since you don't want to hurt a 3 year old's feelings...Obviously everyone was not clapping and cheering because he was awesome at dancing...unless
dancing is so different over there I just don't have a clue as to what is good and what's not. So they must have been doing all that because he was so
I can understand that, but what I find myself wondering is if this is a problem. Does it instil into the child a false sense of reality, or is it akin
to the "everybody gets a medal" way of thinking? I'm not trying to be cruel or anything, as I am generally curious as to whether this is a
possibility. There are different theories when it comes to allowing kids to experience the cruelty of the world, and how much they should be
sheltered, and I just bring it up because as I explained earlier, obviously he was given preferential treatment because of his age.
NOT saying there is anything definitely wrong with that, as I wouldn't want to be the person to hurt the little guy's feelings. I just think that is
an extremely interesting topic for debate. I will say that it was kind of funny. Don't know if he was purposefully going for a comic routine...which
brings up another interesting question. If he was seriously dancing his best, and everyone else found it hilarious, could that be hurtful to the
child? When people are laughing at what you're doing, and you're not doing anything that you think should be funny, I would think that could be
edit on 4/7/14 by JiggyPotamus because: (no reason given)