Saturday, November 15, 2008

Things People Do in Austria

I give you the hexapod dance competition! Just look at those robots boogie down. Thanks, liltomboyblue!


Anonymous Cherry Coke said...

that was odd.

7:34 PM  
Anonymous Undiscovered Universe said...

That is so cool!!
I am from Austria, if only I had seen that video before my Cultural Fair, I could of included it in my presentation. I'm suuuurrre my teacher would of loved that! Hahaha

8:53 PM  
Anonymous Nellie said...

Okay that was really, really, really funny!

9:14 PM  
Anonymous Irregular Kiki said...

Haha the first one has a human head!

9:44 PM  
Blogger liltomboyblue11;) said...

No problem!

1:18 PM  
Blogger Kitty said...

That was strange yet unbelieveably AWESOME!!

2:23 PM  
Anonymous Miranda said...

Woo! Break it down now!

2:32 PM  
Blogger Arsenic said...

Tee hee! cute!


2:54 PM  
Anonymous IDHSCB said...

That was awesome!!!

4:22 PM  
Anonymous YewToo said...

Kristen, how do you know if someone is trying to kill you?

10:55 PM  
Anonymous she who must not be named said...

Awesome!! I live in Austria. Never heard of that before now, though.

undiscovered universe: you're from Austria? That's so cool!

12:10 PM  
Anonymous yellow boot said...

has any1 seen Fred on youtube? Fred rocks my socks!!!!

4:15 PM  
Anonymous dangerous said...

That was so awesome! I really want a dancing robot now.

5:02 PM  
Blogger Kiki Strike: Inside the Shadow City said...

Yewtoo: Hmmm. Have your car brakes failed? Did you find a dead fish on your doorstep? Did your breakfast cereal smell a bit "funny?" What led you to suspect that you might soon be the victim of MURDER?

5:15 PM  
Anonymous liltomboyblue said...

Yellow Boot: Yes, I have, and he is hilarious! I also like Dylan's Couch.

6:33 PM  
Anonymous YewToo said...

Three reasons.
1. I don’t think it’s normal for people to sit in the car and watch me wile they talk on there cell phone. All the time.
2. I’ve been boxed in, followed, stalked, and nearly crushed by the same three cars. (All of them constantly have their right turn signals on.)
3. I’ve gotten on the bad side of quite a few people

Of course, I may just be paranoid.

(They also seem to communicate with their car horns.)

11:05 PM  
Anonymous emily'sdad said...

Reading this post reminded me of all of the intelligence/spy operations that were reported during the latter years of the cold war. This past summer we visited Washington DC and made a stop at the International Spy Museum. This was a FASCINATING experience. While it addresses more "formal" spy activities, fans of the Irregulars will still find a lot to learn. Lots of neat early technology and spy hardware. You're even assigned a new identity, complete with cover story when you enter. Be careful because you may be questioned by "officials" as you walk through the museum. And someone may be watching you......
If you're in DC, make a point to stop in. You can also check it out here:

7:45 PM  
Blogger XYZinnia said...

WOW! That is amazing. I can't wait to go to DC! I will tell YewToo after she gets back. (She is in California seeing Alcatraz.)

12:32 AM  

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