Wednesday, July 1, 2009

Impromptu MJ Dance Party Starts in the Streets of NYC (AWESOME)

This is the kind of craziness you could only see in NYC.  It's the one of the only places in the world where you will always find a ton of people walking through the streets at any time of day or night.  It's also the only place where you can find a 50 year old Guido driving an obnoxiously painted 1984 Buick hoopty with a megaphone attached to the roof.  Combine all of that madness with the recent death of Michael Jackson and you get one of the craziest impromptu dance parties that the streets of New York have ever seen.

Even though it's kind of funny because of the jackass driving this ridiculous car, this video is also a great tribute to Michael Jackson.  This was a perfect example of how he brought together all kinds of groups and races with his music and helped people just have fun.  It sounds kind of lame but I got the chills watching this because it just made me realize how many damn people actually knew and loved his music.  Literally everyone knows at least one of his songs if not more.  This proves you could throw on an MJ track ANYWHERE and you will get a positive reaction.  It's unreal!!!
On some other MJ related news, check out this craziness.  You know the crazy gravity defying move he did in the "Smooth Criminal" video where he would lean forward like he was being held up by wires and wouldn't fall over?  Well it turns out he had a special piece made for his shoes tht connected to the floor and allowed him to lean forward. I always wondered how the hell he did that!  All these years I have been trying to do it with regular shoes and would get pissed off when I would fall over and almost smash my face on the floor.  The weirdest thing about this is that he actually patented this move and created a shoe system called "Method and Means for Creating Anti-Gravity Illusion." Wow!  You can read more about this patent and process in an article from  I have a feeling this is only the beginning of stories like this that will be coming out for years to come.

Here is a new Michael Jackson Tribute track that was created by Chris Brown, Game, Boyz 2 Men, Diddy & Mario.  Not bad. 

This is the CNN interview that everyone is talking about which includes Joe Jackson's shameless promotion of his record label just a few days after Michael's death.  He doesn't seem the least bit emotional and even said "I'm great" when the interview started.  WTF?!!?  We always knew this guy was a douche but this just proves it even more.  Ridiculous.

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