Mentor Top Left: How did these kids never know how to walk before today?
We’ve captured a typical Chi-squared distribution of FIRST dance enthusiasm with 3 degrees of freedom. As you can see, enthusiasm quickly peaks and then trails off down the line…
All right, who stepped in it? Everybody check your shoes.
Based on this photograph and the knowledge of the location of the speaker, we were able to measure the speed of sound to be 83.2 ft/s +/- 71%.
Being forced to dance at an event is a freshman right of passage. That and sweeping the floor all build season of course.
This is why we learn the Cotton-Eyed Joe during build season, not at competition.
And here we see why “telephone” doesn’t work so well with dancing
Thankfully dancing is not a required skill for volunteers.
Hey! Can you guys just step on the edge of the mat to keep it from slipping? Thanks.
cotton eye joe, the most intense left calf workout known to mankind
“Cotton Eye Joe?!? I thought this was Pokemon Go?”
In a slight Australian/British accent:
“Here we see a group of robotics students in their natural habitat establishing their positions on the social ladder through frenetic dancing. Two inexperienced juveniles look on, hoping to someday replicate the actions of their elders.”
You put your right foot in
You take your right foot out
You put your right foot in
[RIGHT]THIS IS COTTON EYE JOE![/RIGHT]
That’s what I’m doing.
[RIGHT]No, you’re doing The Hokey Pokey![/RIGHT]
[LEFT]!?!?… (Walks back to the stands in embarrassment.)[/LEFT]
I draw the line at competition dance breaks when the dance breaks cross the line.
When you are forced to go up and dance during a competition and have no clue as to how to do said dance
Dean Kamen says to put our best foot forward.
They guy on the right is still trying to decide which foot that is.
♪ To the right, to the right, to the right, to the right ♪
♪ To the left, to the left, to the left, to the left ♪
♪ Now kick, now kick, now kick, now kick ♪
♪ Now walk it by yourself, now walk… ♪
Wait. No, that’s not right. (Even though it’s a much better song.)
This is what happens when you do
System.out.println(“Cotton Eye Joe”);
Java sure is a weird thing.
Sorry for the delay, everyone. When your mom and aunt come from 600 miles away for a couple days, some things slip!
First place goes to:
Second place goes to:
And the burn award goes to:
Which means the scores are:
GaryVoshol 21 Wayne Doenges 21 EricH 20 GeeTwo 20 DonRotolo 16 dodar 16 bdaroz 15 efoote868 15 rsisk 14 cgmv123 13 JoshWilson 10 frcguy 10 smitikshah 10 JustinCAD 9 Sperkowsky 7 Karibou 6 Bkeeneykid 6 FiMFanatic 6 Golfer4646 5 Taylor 4 Hitchhiker 42 4 thatprogrammer 4 Dibit1010 4 EmileH 4 Gravity 2 IndySam 2 euhlmann 2 Daniel Vijay 2 Poseidon5817 2 stannenbaum7 2