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Have you ever dance? Do you want to dance?

by Chorus-Line A1-QMS / February 9, 2005 1:33 AM PST

FREE DANCE LESSON

Yes! that's right, got nerve to dance in public?

After all it's FREE.

You think it is right or wrong to be expressive out in public?

Do you think these two ladies are looney and doonies?

I mean seriously, would you like to dance?

Awwwwwww com'on why the face? it's not like you have never dance in your lifE....


oKay spit it out ----- what do you think of this movie clip? Will you dance? Yes or no and why? (Quicktime movie)


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Fighting ignorance is taking longer than I thought.

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I liked it!
by Cindi Haynes / February 9, 2005 1:41 AM PST

It would make me smile, which would brighten my day at a minimum.

I was happy to see some people join in. I'll bet those folks live a long time with fewer health problems then those who looked like they had a cob up the netherregions!

If I were feeling physically well enough that day, I would hope I'd join in.

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I like the Energy
by Chorus-Line A1-QMS / February 9, 2005 2:47 AM PST
In reply to: I liked it!

as a result of these girls effort.

There are lot of positive influences in my opinion.

1. Encourage people to relax, take it easy, and put a smile on their faces.
2. Brings people out of their fear from being shy (stage fright)
3. If one is on her way to the office, a 10 minutes jumping, pumping is good exercise --- keeps blood flowing through the heart, to the brain ---- GREAT OXYGEN fix. Vice versa, when work day is over, if they are still there, another 10 minutes would be good before going home.

It's interesting to see the look in some of the people's face (the negative side I meant). Their performance brings a smile to me.

I think it's cool. It breaks some kind of monotony.

I hope someday they land a "big break" in the entertainment industry.


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(NT) (NT) woops, its broken...
by Dragon / February 9, 2005 6:09 AM PST
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