I was fortunate enough to see this in Epcot when it was relatively new. It was awesome for a kid – especially with the 3d. I don’t know if I should watch it now as an adult… childhood memories and all that.
Ok here’s what I got out of that patent description:
1. Put on the shoes
3. You are now able to lean forward.
seriously, I don’t get how it works.
Human life is pathetic, insignificant, troubled and yet wonderful all at the same time.
RIP Jackson. His music was the background of my childhood, and for that I will always be grateful.
I will never forget just how funky strong his fight was.
I saw this at Disneyworld in ’87! I thought it was a little weird, but it was cool.
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