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Old 09-06-2005, 06:38 PM   #1
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Default Phillip the prodigy

Today's rerun featured a boy in Denver. I surfed into the middle of the episode and missed his family name. An episode review indicated first run was on Feb-18-98. The boy was 8 years old then, I would like to know about his prodigeness now that he's about 14. Did he enter college, discover an ancient civilization in his archiology class, or what? Can he be found on Google?
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Old 09-06-2005, 09:51 PM   #2
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Today's rerun featured a boy in Denver. I surfed into the middle of the episode and missed his family name. An episode review indicated first run was on Feb-18-98. The boy was 8 years old then, I would like to know about his prodigeness now that he's about 14. Did he enter college, discover an ancient civilization in his archiology class, or what? Can he be found on Google?

You'll have a better chance of finding him through Google and/or other search engines if you remember his full name. But please make sure you have it spelled correctly. (Regrettably, I don't recall his last name.)
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Old 09-06-2005, 11:22 PM   #3
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His name is Philip Pauli. I googled him a couple of years ago and only found his conformation class at church.
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Thank goodness for even this much. I was climbing the walls thinking I was the only one who remembered this kid.

He seems to have a Facebook page, if anyone is a member of that, and to be on the faculty at the University of Denver.
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Old 06-17-2008, 06:27 AM   #5
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I remember his famous, creepy prophecy, which went something like...Were (the U.S.) gonna suffer a fate were than the Roman Empire, I just know it.

Thats a bit heavy for a little kid, I hope his outlook has since improved!
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I remember his famous, creepy prophecy, which went something like...Were (the U.S.) gonna suffer a fate were than the Roman Empire, I just know it.

Thats a bit heavy for a little kid, I hope his outlook has since improved!

Ya know, I think of that every time I see some gladiators-type thing--particularly when there's a death in wrestling related to a stunt. At least with American gladiators, death isn't the main point and is, in fact, illegal if intentional or even due to negligence.
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(To the tune of "Eric the Half-a-Bee": )

A B C D E F G,
Philip the Prodigy.
Fiddle de dum, Fiddle de dee,
Philip the Prodigy.

Is this darling child you see,
Studying archaeology,
Some freak from a menagerie?
No! It's Philip the Prodigy!

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I remember his famous, creepy prophecy, which went something like...Were (the U.S.) gonna suffer a fate were than the Roman Empire, I just know it.

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Guess the kid knew what he was talking about.
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(To the tune of "Eric the Half-a-Bee": )

A B C D E F G,
Philip the Prodigy.
Fiddle de dum, Fiddle de dee,
Philip the Prodigy.

Is this darling child you see,
Studying archaeology,
Some freak from a menagerie?
No! It's Philip the Prodigy!


Hahaha, this is the first time I've read this. I think you've created a potential hit song for/with children. I hope it's on "Kidz Bop" about a year from now.
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I found him on facebook, looks like a normal kid in his early 20s now.
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this kid was such a genius that he even choose his mother from heaven (that's what he told his mom). how epic is that?

the episode ended saying he was thinking about going to oxford university. did he do that?

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