It's destined to be...well, it's destined to be. I needed an illustration of how to ride a bike, so I voluntold one of my kids to help me. The result is a riveting minute of skills, both bike and technical.
I don't read/watch all the fwds. that come through my mail box, but since a dear friend w/a simpatico sense of humor recommended this one, I gave it a try. I'm so glad I did. It's an instant classic, just like Baby Got Book.
Inspirational comedian Judson Laipply chronicles the Evolution of Dance with a medley of moves set to the music of different decades starting with the birth of rock n' roll until now. He even manages to work in a Brady Bunch groove. ("Keep On" from the "It's a Sunshine Day" album.) Too stinkin' funny.
My kids watched it, thought it was a little funny, but were probably more humored by Mom bustin' up. (No, I didn't try any moves.) I then had to give them some pop music education by showing the "Ice Ice Baby" on Launchcast.
If you go watch it & enjoy it, let me know because it's always more fun to share laughter.
(HT: My long time friend, Tina.)
5/25 Update: There's now an "evolutionofdance.com" with more info on Judson. From his FAQ I realized I made a mistake in calling him a Christian comedian. The youtube category for the video was inpirational & I wrongly assumed that meant Christian. In some respects that matters, but in some ways it doesn't. The video is still stinkin' funny and it sounds like he uses his talents for good and not evil. BTW, he'll be on the Today show on June 5, 2006. I'll be tuning in to hear more from the guy that has made me laugh so much these past weeks. :)