One was the size of a lentil, while the other just didn’t work. Wanting to explore, he started touching everything he could get his hands on, and eventually, he started drawing.
Starting at age six, he eventually graduated from butterflies and colored pencils to portraits and oil paints.
Some of these tech-savvy kids, like Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak, went onto greatness. Though he had an IQ of 172, a rough home life coupled with sexual abuse by a teacher totally messed with his mind.
During his later life, Engressia changed his name to “Joybubbles” and insisted he was five years old. Rogers tapes religiously, collected toys, talked to imaginary friends, and lived off Social Security checks.
Not only could he better concentrate on his tasks, he wasn’t constrained by what his eyes told him was standard or acceptable.