Amazing young girl playing Despacito on a violin.

Santa monica - Karolina Protsenko, 9 years old, has every one amazed. What a talent !

I Love the attitude this girl has :-)

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+2 1. Abdullah54 commented 19 days ago

Vertical video shooters should be shot!
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+5 2. abbb053 commented 19 days ago

#1 I'll get downvoted for saying this but I don't see this as an issue myself. I watch snotr vids and other short clips on my iPhone or iPad. Assuming you're watching on a desktop monitor or tv. I only watch tv or movies on landscape screens.
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+6 3. jpeggtulsa commented 19 days ago

#1 I think the cell phone should shoot it in widescreen by default, even if you are holding it vertically. IMO
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-2 4. Austin commented 19 days ago

She is skilled, for a 9 year old, and yes she has some serious showwomanship , BUT … I find this whole thing disturbingly exploitative.

From her youtube page she says that she has been playing violin since violin since [she] was 6 years old. And that her ‘desire is to bring a little bit of magic and inspiration into the world through my love to violin Thank you for helping me share the gift of music. I love you’

So she has put a lot of time in on the violin. When did she have a chance to be a child? A kid who runs around with friends, explores outside, gets into mischief, makes friends… To have such skills requires a great deal of practice time. Time I woudl guess not spent being a kid.

I don’t know her situation but these child prodigies and their commercialization always feels exploitative to me. No one knows how much she was pushed by her parents. The kid is playing for money on the streets, with proper accompaniment, but if she started at 6 years old and now she is nine… when did she have a chance to actually be a curious child and explore the world on her own terms? Let kids develop IMHO. If they have talent, great, support them, but let them have some autonomy and choice in the career path before kicking them into the world of commercialization, publicity, (self) promotion and concomitant attention and pressures.
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0 5. krazeeeyez commented 18 days ago

#4 "Let kids develop IMHO."

Dude your opinion is far from humble. It's monotonous drivel designed purely to send everyone to sleep. But let me tell you something, it didn't work. I have taken the world's strongest caffeine tablets and I am staying awake!
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0 6. snotraddict commented 18 days ago

#4 "I don’t know her situation..." You're right. You don't. So STFU.:)

#5 :D:D:D
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-1 7. Austin commented 18 days ago

A few weeks ago, there was a discussion on how the proliferation of alt-right propaganda videos and aggressive alt right leaning posters had made Snotr an unpleasant place and this lead to some long time members to leave.

It is clear that this incivility goes well beyond particular topics and that some people just use this forum to troll and denigrate others because they can.

I simply commented that I thought that a child performer, who started at six and is now nine may be in an exploitative situation and that, might not be in her developmental interest – as a child.

Yet #5 krazeeeyez and #6. snotraddict use this opportunity to attack me. Why? WTF is wrong with the two of you?

Do you really think this is acceptable discourse? A non-partisan reflection on a video and your first thought is ‘oh.. what a perfect opportunity to denigrate someone else!!!’.

Does suggesting that someone ‘STFU’ make you feel like more of a man and fill you with happiness, confidence and self-control? I assume that is what is missing from your life right now. And the only place you can find power and opportunity to do this is anonymously and on-line in a public forum. How sad.

Your responses really tell more about the two of you than anything else. You can be useless snarky a-holes. Ok. Congratulations I guess. Honestly, given you past posts you did not tell us anything we did not already know.

Why is Snotr sliding in viewership and participation? Perhaps it is because even the most benign reflections and opinion in posts are attacked and trolled by the likes of Messrs krazeeeyez and snotraddict .
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+2 8. huldu commented 18 days ago

#7 Teen angst. Nobody understands them. The whole world is against them.
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-2 9. Austin commented 17 days ago

# 8. huldu Yes, I can see how you might think that #5 krazeeeyez and #6. Snotraddict’s petulant and puerile responses could be the result of teen angst. These comments are certainly impulsive and immature enough but both of these charming individuals have revealed themselves to be at least middle aged if not older adult Americans in previous posts. One or both may even have children and families. That makes this situation all that more depressing. They should at least know better but the anonymity of the internet allows them to react with their basest crudest impulses. So sad and quite frankly pathetic.
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+1 10. snotraddict commented 17 days ago

#7 LOL. Because you could have said that in one sentence instead of 40 pages. :D
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-1 11. Austin commented 17 days ago

So #10. Snotraddict, you believe that ‘too much text’ in a post gives you licence to insult others, make Ad hominem attacks, and generally make Snotr a less inviting place for people to visit??

So not the content or views expressed – just the length of the post?? Too many words? Really?

You are really revealing yourself to be a pathetically insecure, egotistical, and unpleasant person.

A) As has been said to others – you do not have to read everything. (Apparently you need to be reminded of this)

B) I wish you would stop and consider the impact that your ugly rhetoric has had on Snotr. It has not been appreciated and people are leaving.

And C) You of all people have the AUDACITY to call others ‘snowflakes’, an alt-right term referring to people being too sensitive and emotionally vulnerable. LOL. Let me add pathetic hypocrite to your descriptors as well.
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-2 12. thundersnow commented 17 days ago

Although I love the girl's violin playing, and I also don't know the situation, I do have to say too, that children should be allowed to be children as long as possible, to play and discover the world around them on their own terms, all the while teaching them limits and responsibilities that are age appropriate.
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+3 13. kaleemyork commented 16 days ago

Love to watch this video with a nice performance, , , , , , , ,
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+1 14. snotraddict commented 13 days ago

#11 " Too many words?" Yes!

"... and unpleasant person." I'm 101 years old. Of course I am! LOL :D:D

You take this whole comment thing WAY TOO SERIOUSLY. Go outside and play.

Signed,
snotraddict aka Big Meanie ;)
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0 15. krazeeeyez commented 12 days ago

#9 I am genuinely sorry if I hurt your feelings.

I'm not middle aged but I will be within the next decade or so, so you're not massively far off :)

I do stand by my first comment that your comments are in some way designed (length-wise) to bore as opposed to educate.
Perhaps it's your poor choice of avatar, but the two together don't mix well.

Please learn to paraphrase or make things more palatable. Bite-size is the right size. Ask any teacher.
Ram too much down people's throats and they'll run a mile.

Have a nice evening O:)