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10-23-2010 @ 8:22AM
I hope someone reporting tomorrow, updates on that kid from the Dance competition. Damn... "break a leg" is supposed to be a saying.
10-23-2010 @ 6:23PM
er...today rather. Man i need to go to bed... O_o
10-24-2010 @ 7:42AM
Was it bad that I laughed the first... and second time he fell?I mean, if he really hurt his leg, why did they carry him with it? (If you watch, they did)
10-23-2010 @ 8:56AM
Looking at the feed it really looks more like he torqued his knee really bad. Also, he specifically pointed at his knee when talking to Jay Mohr. We're not really sure of anything at the moment though.
10-23-2010 @ 8:59AM
Wait.. WHAT? What did I miss??
10-23-2010 @ 9:20AM
i'd suggest that jay mohr's expert medical opinion may be disregarded, tbh... it WAS pretty bizarre they picked him up with that leg though; i was almost yelling at them on my computer screen to not carry him like that. seriously though, A for effort; rocking out so hard you hurt yourself is pretty rad.Though it makes you wonder how the forsaken, who are already almost falling apart, can pull off that dance :P
10-23-2010 @ 11:34AM
Yeah seriously, I was concerned that they didn't seem to have anything of a medical team on hand in case someone broke a hoof and fell or slipped up on a dance move. Those guys who carried him off seemed like they'd never taken a first aid class in their lives, evidenced by the fact that they carried the guy off stage WITH THE LEG THAT WAS HURT. D= I've seen people get sued for stuff like that.
10-23-2010 @ 11:35AM
The problem with both the costume and dance contests was with the stage- it was like ice-covered marble. It (unlike last year) was so smooth and slippery that even those contestants wearing normal shoes had difficulties.(Hence my little flop doing the female dwarf stepdance) ;)Sintra E'Drien of the Ebon Blade, né Sindorei (at BlizzCon)
10-23-2010 @ 9:03PM
bearing that in mind, i'm surprised more people didnt fall and hurt themselves... especially the people trying to walk on hooves.
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