Handicapped Dance Contest

Submitted by: buddy 10 years ago in Entertainment
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Every one of them can dance better than me.
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Male 987
omigod that was insane

and yes bikerteen, the old videos are fu--ing gold.

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Female 375
wowie. that was freaking awesome.
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Male 89
barf
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Male 2,113
if your Reading this then you like old videos
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Male 20
I like the red guy more, he actually danced
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Male 129
i`m gonna cut off my leg and learn that now o.o
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Male 1,072
Damn that was well you know amazing :/
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Male 1,866
this is fantastic, and i think the second guy was on america`s got talent.
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Male 404
pretty cool but got boring. To be honest, i was expecting some guy in a wheel chair doing endless doughnuts.
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Male 147
Respect
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Female 46
if anyone watches americas got talent you should know who the second dancer was. The second dancer was "lazy legs". he has a whole "Crew" too. he dances amazing.
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Male 7
Zerocyde: "Words are words. As long as what you MEAN is good, they how can anything coming out of your mouth be bad?"

That is, assuming everyone knows and what you MEAN. No one can read your mind to know what you MEAN.

Besides that, a lot of what people MEAN to say is not good and the messages of people who do MEAN well get confused with those who do not. Wouldn`t it be better to say something that you know represents what you MEAN instead of something that can be confused for something else?

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Male 7
iluvtubby: "i think its amazing how people with disabilities can do things that people with working limbs and brains dont think they can (and sometimes cant themsleves)"

The only reason it`s amazing is because of the stereotype that people with disabilities are useless. If these guys didn`t have disabilities, would it be as amazing?

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Male 7
readytofall: "it would not be "person with a disability" it would be "handicapped person""

According to who?

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Female 63
That second guy was on America`s got talent last week! His names `Lazy Legs` or something like that.
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Male 200
although the guy with red trousaurs had a disadvantage he still would have beaten anyone else. he put up a great fight
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Female 1,395
>.< oh god.
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Female 1,070
the guy with the missing leg did a lot better than the guy in the red pants =P

awesome tho

i wonder who would rate this bad xD cuz like, disrespectful to handicapped people if you do >_>

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Male 34
that was sick
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Female 75
.....Wow... So if I was crippled...I might be able to dance better? :S that was cool though
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Female 340
Fabulous dancing from both men :o)
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Female 56
umm....wow....haha im so jealous, i can dance the funky chicken yeah beat that!
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Male 2,049
I have not had time to read everyones posts. That guy in the red pants is on Americas got Talent... he is a great inspiration to everyone, even if you are handicapped
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Female 125
i was actually gonna say it seemed kinda unfair. the guy in red obviously didn`t have any useful legs at all, it was aaaaall upper body strength whereas camo guy`s still attached leg was working fine which imo gave him a slight advantage. Couldn`t watch it all thought i got bored and woulda done EVEN if they weren`t handicapped or anything, these things are done in short bursts for a reason
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Female 878
One-legged boy wins.
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Male 1,029
For those of you who think how good they would be if they had normal legs/both their legs... They wouldn`t be as good. Do you know how much those things weigh?
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Female 299
i felt bad for the guy in the red pants, cuz the guy in the camo was better... but he still kicks my ass when it comes to dancing...
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Male 3,255
`Handicapped? People still use that word? Its kind of politically incorrect over here, they say "disabled" instead."

Words are words. As long as what you MEAN is good, they how can anything coming out of your mouth be bad?

The fact that the word "politically correct" even exists means that we as a people have already spent TOO MUCH TIME on the parts of the problem that don`t even matter in the least.

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Male 47
Wow, that`s awesome.

Red pants dude was certainly wheelchair bound whatever his impairment is. Not sure about camo guy, but I`d say he`s probably in the same boat.

I certainly couldn`t do that, even if I didn`t have Spina Bifida.

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Female 13
i think its amazing how people with disabilities can do things that people with working limbs and brains dont think they can (and sometimes cant themsleves)
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Female 70
shenanigans...

the guy in the camo pants has no leg, which makes him more aerodynamic.

i call shenanigans.

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Female 182
i forgot they were even handicapped
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Male 7
quack_stud: "apparently my grandpa invented that type of crutches"

...Is your grandpa Al Gore?

...Also...PC Flamwar is on!!! WOOOOOOOOOOO!

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Female 1,496
I`m more cripple than you are! NAH AH! I`m more cripple than you are! NAH AH! YA HUH! NAH AH! YA HUH!
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Male 422
ahem KMdougl it would not be "person with a disability" it would be "handicapped person"
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Male 167
its sad that the guy in red didnt get so much applause, i feel really sorry for him, the people forgot that he was waay more severely injured, id be really pissed if i made such in effort and it wasnt appreciated
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Male 167
I could dance like that if I were handicapped.

lol

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Female 2,695
it makes sense that they can break dance really well because they have a lot more upper body strength than anyone else because instead of legs they use their arms.
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Male 7
Sure, these guys are awesome, but the fact that people are SO amazed by their disabilities just shows how embedded disability stereotypes are in societies. Just because someone has a disability doesn`t mean that they spend their lives isolated in depression wishing there were "normal." In fact, most people with disabilities, like me, live their lives. Unfortunately, the media refuses to show that -- with only a few exceptions.

By the way, both "handicapped" and "disabled" are politically incorrect because they focus solely on the person`s limitations and not their abilities. Phrases like "person with a disability" focus on the person first before the disability and are, thus, considered better.

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Female 139
Dang
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Male 115
they are good dancers...but i couldnt sit through the whole thing
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Male 396
damn they be amazing
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Female 88
quite inspirational. it`s good to see people that we consider unfortunate living life to the fullest.
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Female 17
Yeah, I`m pretty sure that the guy who started on the left was on America`s Got Talent. He`s pretty awesome.
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Male 341
How old are you Murphy2121? I am guessing 12 or under.
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Male 55
I didn`t watch this, only because I know I couldn`t keep from laughing.
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Female 149
daaaaaaaaaaaaaamn
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Male 149
whats the guy in reds disablitiy?
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Male 67
(cant spell i know)
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Male 67
i think "disabled" would be more harmfull to there self asteem.
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Male 1,204
please don`t talk about PC. PC sucks. i like politically incorrect.

and yet, they still dance better than i do. not long till they come out with a handstand dance revolution

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Male 743
guy with red pants had sone damn serious upper arm strength ill give him that much,and it requires SERIOUS balance to be on one arm horizantally
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Female 761
The guy in the camo can thread better than any breakdancer I`ve ever seen, but that`s mainly because the leg he`s threading with had no leg in it.
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Male 1,704
OH MY GOD!
that was serious!

amazing bboy skills aswell, from both of em.
and what strength!

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Male 68
Breakdancing on crutches looks better that way XD
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Male 472
the red guy have is lazy legs i think. he was in american got talent. No clue why he got pass through. the camo guy should have joined it.

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Female 86
both were great but the guy in the soldior pants did better than the other one...they dance way bette rthan me, that`s for sure
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Male 158
Go cripple, go cripple, go cripple
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Male 452
Served! Served! Served! Served!
I think the amputee guy (poor guy) was better than the poleo guy (poor guy)
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Female 1,832
Killer ...
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Male 383
well, yea the guy in camo was a bit better [in my opinion] but you could tell just by how much frailer the guy in red`s limbs were and how more slowly he was in between moves that the guy in camo had a huge mobility advantage over the guy in red even with a lacking leg.

basically:
guy missing a leg -VS- guy more severely crippled by a [genetic?] disorder

but bottom line, they both had respect for each other at the end plus prolly inspire ppl who see them both in action. good stuff

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Female 110
wow, that was so badass!
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Male 340
ya.. i could only watch a couple seconds of that... to painful.. cuz they are soo good.. and i am soo bad.. and on top of that its so much harder for them to do that stuff..
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Male 341
I wonder what they would be like if they actually had working legs! O_O
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Female 344
I am so~ impressed!
Bravo~!
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Male 291
handicapped parking?

appears various governments still use it to denote a special status for those with various physical needs.

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Male 2,216
Handicapped? People still use that word? Its kind of politically incorrect over here, they say "disabled" instead.
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Male 438
apparently my grandpa invented that type of crutches
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Male 291
dance dance handicapped revolution?
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Male 643
I could dance like that if I were handicapped.
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Male 4,546
Wow... to be honest, and this is probably totally unfair of me, I was expecting "good for a handicapped guy".

These were just flat out great.

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Female 1,065
Whoa, I am amazed..

They all dance better than I ever could.

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Male 265
Awesome...I`m jealous.
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Female 2,084
some of those moves were pretty sweet.
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Female 2,084
wow. they really can dance better than me too.
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Male 10,115
Link: Handicapped Dance Contest [Rate Link] - Every one of them can dance better than me.
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