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July 02, 2009

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DJ ManRich

The one on the bottom is Penn Gillette's charmingly named Jill Jet, made with the lady hot tub bather in mind, if you follow me.
It was purportedly inspired by Debbie Harry.

bartlebyvqf

I don't think you can successfully defend a patent on a dance move, unless there is some mechanism securing the feet and shins to the floor. I do know that Charlie Chaplin moonwalks (badly) in Modern Times and that most dance moves ever to be devised probably were before things like trick photography made them easier to portray after the fact.

Colin the Culture Hunter

You can see the dancemove and the boots in action in this video-at around 3:50. If you watch closely you will clearly see one dancer trying to disengage his shoe from the pegs on the floor. Well spotted by a number of bloggers!

bb

the train thing is neil young?
what about the kraftwerk patent for the look of electronic drums, not so much the circuitry. synonics!?!?

bb

SYNSONICS

Colin The Culture Hunter

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_ix9GlHZdWY

You can see the dancemove and the boots in action in this video-at around 3:50. If you watch closely you will clearly see one dancer trying to disengage his shoe from the pegs on the floor. Well spotted by a number of bloggers!

Listener Ralphine

Prince designed the keyboard thingy.

M Munro

"Human Nature" is my favorite Michael Jackson song. Somewhat disheartening to learn that it was written by Steve Porcaro.

Dentist Boynton Beach

Human Nature sure is one of the best songs I love to listen and I guess it's just okay to know that he was not the one who wrote it.

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