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Gangnam Style (whatever that means):

Get up and boogie?

Update: WaPo reports that the Gangnam Style “invisible horse dance” has gone viral.  It’s coming to a wedding reception near you so pay attention!

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  1. Good to learn the culture of countries we might be immigrating to when the republican loons FUBAR the Big PX.

    • I’m not sure I’m coordinated enough for this dance. Could be a problem when I try to emigrate (immigrate?).

      • I’m past the age for getting into Canada, it has something to do with paying into their health care system I guess.

        If we only knew then what we didn’t during the Reagan years. We were foolish to think it couldn’t get any worse. We had a brief respite with the Clintons but it’s been down hill since.

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