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Where the Hell is Matt?

 
Lapin Diabolique
 
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Lapin Diabolique
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24 July 2008 15:27
 

This guy is a huge hit on Youtube.

Enjoy.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zlfKdbWwruY

 
 
 
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24 July 2008 20:05
 
Sander - 24 July 2008 07:27 PM

This guy is a huge hit on Youtube.

Enjoy.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zlfKdbWwruY

Goddamn Sander, it’s moments like this that keep me going one more day.  Thanks.

 
 
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24 July 2008 20:19
 

Even I, an inveterate curmudgeon, am moved to tears.

 
 
 
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25 July 2008 08:12
 
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25 July 2008 09:05
 

Awesome!

This just touches on the power of the connection between people we’re all part of.

This is where it’s at. The addition of religion only diminishes.

The resulting website.

Byron

 
 
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25 July 2008 09:21
 

It’s just occurred to me that I have been a bloody fool all those years that I’ve spend on the dance-floor in clubs trying to be a cool and stylish dancer.

The way to go is to dance badly, randomly and with complete abandon.

 
 
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25 July 2008 09:31
 
Sander - 25 July 2008 01:21 PM

The way to go is to dance badly, randomly and with complete abandon.

After having given far too much of my hard-earned cash to dance instructors, I concur. Unless, of course, you want to become a performer, or dance with a partner where any parts of you are touching. Sounds like you and I do not have “performance issues”. Engineering is not like this, however, and if you engineer badly, randomly, and with complete abandon, airplanes will fall out of the sky, and deprive Matt of the chance to dance all over the world.

[ Edited: 25 July 2008 09:34 by Traces Elk]
 
 
 
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25 July 2008 09:33
 
Sander - 25 July 2008 01:21 PM

The way to go is to dance badly, randomly and with complete abandon.

You mean there’s another way!?

Byron

 
 
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25 July 2008 09:36
 
SkepticX - 25 July 2008 01:33 PM

You mean there’s another way!?

You old solipsist, you.

 
 
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25 July 2008 09:40
 
Salt Creek - 25 July 2008 01:31 PM

Engineering is not like this, however, and if you engineer badly, randomly, and with complete abandon, airplanes will fall out of the sky, and deprive Matt of the chance to dance all over the world.

Dude, don’t bum-out (?) this thread.
Let’s leave all that unpleasantness for tomorrow when the euphoria of watching dancing Matt has worn off and we are all back to our bad-ass selves again.
But today, it is all hugs, giggles and free beer for everyone.

 
 
 
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25 July 2008 09:43
 
Sander - 25 July 2008 01:40 PM

Dude, don’t bum-out (?) this thread.

Far be it from me. The pitch for my screenplay is “The Addams Family meets the Love Boat”. It is to laugh.

 
 
 
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25 July 2008 09:51
 
Sander - 25 July 2008 01:40 PM

But today, it is all hugs, giggles and free beer for everyone.

I agree. In Matt, we finally have a hero whose carbon footprint is as large as his ego.

[ Edited: 25 July 2008 10:07 by Traces Elk]
 
 
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25 July 2008 11:59
 
Salt Creek - 25 July 2008 01:51 PM

I agree. In Matt, we finally have a hero whose carbon footprint is as large as his ego.

*Sigh*

Shakes head and scratches floppy demonic rabbit ears.

 
 
 
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25 July 2008 12:13
 
Salt Creek - 25 July 2008 01:51 PM

I agree. In Matt, we finally have a hero whose carbon footprint is as large as his ego.

 
 
 
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25 July 2008 12:57
 
Salt Creek - 25 July 2008 01:31 PM

Engineering is not like this, however, and if you engineer badly, randomly, and with complete abandon, airplanes will fall out of the sky, and deprive Matt of the chance to dance all over the world.

Or as happened to a Quantas 747 today, just few pieces fall off.
http://tinyurl.com/6efrpj

 
 
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25 July 2008 15:14
 
dlsmith - 25 July 2008 04:57 PM
Salt Creek - 25 July 2008 01:31 PM

Engineering is not like this, however, and if you engineer badly, randomly, and with complete abandon, airplanes will fall out of the sky, and deprive Matt of the chance to dance all over the world.

Or as happened to a Quantas 747 today, just few pieces fall off.
http://tinyurl.com/6efrpj

Qantas never crashes. (Rain Man)

But…..“It’s still a very safe airline, but the idea that Qantas has never had a fatality is only a half truth. It has never had a fatal accident involving a jet aircraft, but there were eight fatal accidents prior to 1951 - two of which involved war service (a Short Empire flying boat was shot down by the Japanese in 1942 and a Lockheed Lodestar crashed while working for the USAAF in 1943).”

 
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