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David Ashton   10/11/2013 6:05:35 PM
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Great stuff as always Max.  I love those "Spontaneous" videos in public places.  Not sure why, but they restore my faith in humanity.  Maybe I'm just a bit wierd..... unlike Mehdi Sadaghdar who is VERY wierd.....

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David Ashton   10/12/2013 4:52:34 AM
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OOPS.... read: weird.    I before e except after c....and some weird exceptions....

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junko.yoshida   10/12/2013 6:02:11 AM
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Thanks, Max. definitely very cool. I am like David Ashton, I lvoe those seemingly "spontaneous" public shows. My all time favoriate, however, is still this (T-Mobile Welcome back video at Heathrow) -- I am sure you've seen it before, and I still love it. Classic!):

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NB3NPNM4xgo

 

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Thanks, Max!
Rcurl   10/12/2013 8:17:33 AM
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Thanks, Max! I'm glad Cool Beans is back.  One more reason to look forward to Fridays!

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kfield   10/13/2013 10:38:26 AM
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Thanks Max for sharing - loved the Improv video and the guy saying "This is the weirdest thing I've ever seen." For anyone who has ever witnessed a flash mob or performance like this, it's a wonderful thing to be hold.

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