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My favorite flash mobs

 
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Or flash-mob-y sorts of things.

First off, from the "best coins that little girl will ever spend" dept:



Next, some of my favs. from Telluride Bluegrass:




Your favorites?

[UD: Took the liberty of fixing the URL so it displays properly inline ]
 
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"The Freeze" in Grand Central Station, NYC:

 
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Improv Everywhere's "best baseball game ever" is pretty awesome
 
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I love flash mobs. I just love them. My favorite Improv Everywhere one is probably The Napkin Song:



And here's one from Russia:



(Bert, your second link appears to be a Nickel Creek music video.)
 
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The Som Sabadell thing is awesome.

Not quite a flash mob, but in the same vein, I think.

 
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Yes indeed, my second link is to a nickel creek video - but it's in the spirit of a micro-flash-mob
 
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Bert Bates wrote:Yes indeed, my second link is to a nickel creek video - but it's in the spirit of a micro-flash-mob


Oh, OK, I guess it is a bit flash-mobby at that. I saw them play at a bluegrass festival in Julian many years ago when they were just children -- literally. Here this 9 year-old kid comes on stage with a mandolin and just blows everyone away, not just with his technical skill, but his stage presence too. What a prodigy!
 
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in the wedding proposal department:



 
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