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Message Boards... Register... Dancing?

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6:10 PM -- Just spotted a new cringe-inducing item in the navigation bar that stretches across the top of Unstrung. The word "dancing" appears with a link to a recent (and unfortunate) photo of some Light Reading staffers getting down and getting funky. Well, clapping on the downbeat, anyway...

— "Funkmaster" Phil Harvey, News Editor, Light Reading

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12/5/2012 | 1:09:04 AM
re: Message Boards... Register... Dancing?
...In my own defense, I'm not dancing, I'm supervising - and holding Rainman's fez for safe keeping.

Isn't this obvious to everyone?

Of course it is.

Move along, these aren't the droids you're looking for.

12/5/2012 | 1:09:01 AM
re: Message Boards... Register... Dancing?
So, you're never going to dance again?

Guilty feet have got no rhythm?

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