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Old 02-01-2008, 07:31 PM   #1
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http://www.improveverywhere.com/2008...grand-central/

Pretty cool when you get 200+ people to do something at once.

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Lev, that was cool.

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Tear gas cannister right in the middle would fix those sad morons that need to get a real job
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What makes them morons?

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That was cool, great post Lev.
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That was pretty cool, but apparently, some people have WAAAY too much time on their hands!
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It wasn't like they were all playing follow the leader, it was a planned event, it just seems like it must have taken someone a lot of time to plan the whole thing, but whatever, right? It is NY, after all. I thought the best part was how FEW people even noticed, next was the lazy a$$-bag on the cart, leaning on the horn, calling for help, just GO AROUND HER, moron!
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When people are given the freedom to do as the please they usually do what everyone else is doing

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Old 02-01-2008, 11:06 PM   #17
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Um I don't think what they did is defined as conforming....how often do you see 200 people freeze for 5 mins? Have a red head protest outside wendys, dress up like best buy employes, walk around slow motion in home depot, have a cellphone symphony.

You didn't answer me tho smeg.

So your saying jeep owners who go to jeep jamborees.


Football fans


and People in the military


Are conformist, sheep, morons? Or am I just not understanding this?

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People in the military arent free to dress / act how they want so not really.
Dont mind me im just grumpy and pissed off because im still sick - day 10 now
Thats not what I thought it was anyway, i though it was those people who just meet in the same place at the same time and crowd out a place just say they were there. The freezing thing is kinda spooky like a Twilight Zone episode.
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They are free to join in which they dress up and do the same stuff. That was my point =P

I'm just picking at you...

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