I completely agree, this kid is lighting matches under low light in the room.
His eyes are at risk here, but the only thing you could possibly do is
contact via youtube, and hope that is the 'older brother' who replies
and get the kid some goggles.
How does a mistake in mW vs MW make him a troll ?? :thinking:
My ex GF had a degree in child psychology and worked with autistic kids,
not all cases are the same. There are signs like stacking objects and certain
behaviors that are typical, but I dont think anybody outside of this kids life
can say he 'is' or 'is not'.
The youtube account holder was contacted by a member here, as seen above.
The YT account holder did not join the forum to defend himself from a
I think safety of a child should be the topic here.. :anyone:
I shouldn't have even mentioned the autism, because they shouldn't be giving it to a kid, period. That was my main point I was trying to drive across and lost it in translation. I'm sorry, I didn't intend to offend.
I think it depend also from kid to kid, and from the education received, and probably from attitudes .....
Times ago my cousins was playing with a dog with a laser pointer (small 2mW), and when one of their friends pointed it in face of the dog, the 6 years one said him "not in face, stupid, it's dangerous" ..... (ok, i always stress them about safety, when left them play with my keychain pointer, so probably they have learned something about safety, hearing me always repeating the same things ..... the last times i left them use it, when i said them, the same 6 years old one looked me seriously and replied "i know, i am not an idiot, there is no need that you say the same thing all the times" ..... )