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#453541 - Sun Jan 04 2009 04:34 AM Happy Dancers!
Gatsby722 Offline
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Registered: Fri May 18 2001
Posts: 123698
Loc: Canton
Ohio USA    
I just found this in my mailbox ... and thought it was great fun, so had to share. Dancing is good, yes? A universal language, too, by the looks of it . I think any date can be pulled up that one wishes ~ the date on this particular clip happens to be one the mailer thought might be significant to me. Quite aggravating, really. I can't tell you how many countries I contacted in an effort to alert them that July 22 really really wasn't/isn't all that big a deal . Oh, well ...
What's that old line? "Dance like nobody's watching!" Not a chance. Evidently, everybody's watching everywhere ...

Click here!
"The best teacher is not the one who knows most but the one who is most capable of reducing knowledge to that simple compound of the obvious and wonderful." ... H. L. Mencken

#453542 - Sun Jan 04 2009 07:33 AM Re: Happy Dancers!
jordandog Offline
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Registered: Tue Apr 17 2007
Posts: 5097
Loc: Ohio USA         
I have seen that (actually saved it after a friend sent it to me and forgot about it until now), but it was so good to see it again, Gats. Thank you! How can you not smile while watching that?!
The bond that links your true family is not one of blood, but of respect and joy in each other's life. Rarely do members of one family grow up under the same roof.-- Richard Bach [i]Illusions

#453543 - Sun Jan 04 2009 09:49 AM Re: Happy Dancers!
Quiz_Beagle Offline

Registered: Thu Jan 04 2007
Posts: 949
Loc: Gloucestershire UK
That was absolutely wonderful - thanks so much for sharing it with us - there are some very happy Beagles out there
Only Happy Beagles do the Happy Beagle Dance!

#453544 - Sun Jan 04 2009 11:32 AM Re: Happy Dancers!
djsgal Offline

Registered: Sat Jun 23 2007
Posts: 661
Loc: Springfield Virginia USA     
Ditto jordandog and Quiz_Beagle! Loved it.
We all live with the objective of being happy; our lives are all different and yet the same. (Anne Frank)

#453545 - Thu Jan 08 2009 04:00 AM Re: Happy Dancers!
SilverMoonsong Offline

Registered: Sun Nov 07 1999
Posts: 3979
Loc: Durham, North Carolina USA
I have enjoyed the heck out of this since I first found it some time ago. I love the absolute joy the kids have when they are dancing and some of the places he goes amazes me. The fact that he can not only get there but also get complete strangers to dance with him on camera makes me think there might be some hope for humans after all.
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#453546 - Thu Jan 08 2009 08:08 AM Re: Happy Dancers!
MadMags Offline
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Registered: Sat May 03 2008
Posts: 17092
Loc: Orosi Costa Rica              
Wooaa, that was great! What an amazing adventure, dancing around the world! That has been the first time that I have seen a picture taken on earth on that site. It is usually an amazing shot of some planet or far-away star. I'm so glad they broke with tradition and posted Matt's video. What a blast he is having, as are the people he meets and who become part of his adventure. Goooooo Matt!!

Thanks so much for posting Gats, awesome clip! And for the reminder to check that site more often!
A smile is a curved line that sets things straight. ~ Anon.

#453547 - Thu Jan 08 2009 04:35 PM Re: Happy Dancers!
NancyBA Offline

Registered: Thu Dec 11 2008
Posts: 209
Loc: Buenos Aires Argentina        
Great video! Thanks for the link! for me, it was also moving, not only making me smile.
Thanks again!
"I'm overjoyed, I'm overloved, I'm feeling lucky, like a little boy"


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