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  1. Buck Ofama

    November 13th, 2012

    Obviously, they ripped this off from the 1988 movie, “Big”.

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  2. Boobie the Rocket Dog

    November 13th, 2012

    30 sec commercial & no way to stop it.

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  3. jclady

    November 13th, 2012

    Wow!!

    @Boobie — tolerate the ad. The video is well worth a few extra seconds.

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  4. dude

    November 13th, 2012

    I hate people that have to start clapping during a performance. They feel they need to add their pathetic clapping in order to improve the performance. Assholes

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  5. FreeMan & Sarah Intend to Defend

    November 13th, 2012

    I’ve seen it many years ago. Very cool.

    I found I could even play a five finger cord, hitting the C sharp if I unzipped my fly.

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  6. Moxie Man

    November 13th, 2012

    Loved it. However, I heard some high notes that they weren’t playing. (That might have been tinnitus caused by those tiny cilia in my aging ears.)

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  7. norman einstein

    November 13th, 2012

    Bach is rolling over in his grave!

    Either that, or scratching like mad on the lid.

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  8. mickey_moussaoui

    November 13th, 2012

    I’d like to see Stevie Wonder do that piano

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  9. LadyGun12

    November 13th, 2012

    I loved it!

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  10. Stanley Gron

    November 14th, 2012

    That blue bear Charmin commercial ???
    The question always was, “Does a bear crap in the woods?”.

    Apparently not.

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  11. Richard654

    November 14th, 2012

    A few missed notes… but better than I could have done on a regular keyboard! Fantastic! (Bach fan here.)

    Loved the Liberace flourishes by the guy on the left. The piece was originally a “show tune” Bach played as he traveled to “show off” his skills and land temporary gigs.

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  12. Joe

    November 14th, 2012

    Anything to put Bach before the public is worthwhile. Everything he wrote was in a religious vein, yet this D minor and another adagio in A minor are used in horror films. Bach rules!

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