Is this a bit excessive to learn how to dance at the clubs? : LUSENET : North Carolina Raves : One Thread

The club here (downtown San Francisco) has an audio/video feed that is fed into the webserver. So what I like do is have my home computer automatically dial-out at 11pm Pacific time and connects to the webserver that has the audio/video feed directly to the club. Once I managed to get a live video cast from the club, I record a few hours from the live video cast. From there, I can take a closer look at how some of the regulars dance. I know this an oversimplified picture of what goes on. But I wanted to refrain from the technical mumbo jumbo.

Is this a bit excessive? Should I have maybe asked someone to help me to learn to dance?

-- Anonymous, January 12, 2005


ALWAYS dance like nobody is watching, ALWAYS! If somebody hates on you because they don't like the way you dance, then that's somebody you don't want to know anyway!


-- Anonymous, January 15, 2005

maybe you should try to dance like native americans do when tryimg to rain dance. Or just take e and make out with as many guys as possible

-- Anonymous, January 17, 2005

Yeah I know this guy that at a ferry corston party started dancing like an indian. generally however ravers are friendly someone will help you learn to dance!

-- Anonymous, January 19, 2005

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