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dancing with tables

who needs rocking chairs when you've got rockin' tables?
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Bringing "table dancing" to a new level.

I imagine a set of fine wood tables with little levers to adjust the heights of the legs while you're standing on them. You could rock the tables onto one of their legs and pivet them around like standing on a set of stilts.

Add adjustable legs with large levers and cranks mounted on the top and you can surf on the rockin' tables.

Woohoo!

chrishvz, Apr 16 2004

Dancing with dive tables http://www.scubadiv...m/2_divetables.html
Be sure to use the one appropriate for whatever you are breathing [normzone, Oct 04 2004, last modified Apr 05 2011]

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       I'm sure i saw some annos here?
skinflaps, Apr 16 2004
  

       so not a sequel to the Kevin Costner classic?
theircompetitor, Apr 16 2004
  

       No, that'll be "Dancing with Wolfed Silent Lambs".
FarmerJohn, Apr 16 2004
  

       I thought Dancing with Lambs was a whole other kind of movie
theircompetitor, Apr 16 2004
  

       Oh, like "Dirty Dancing Babe".   

       A walking chair might be nice.
FarmerJohn, Apr 16 2004
  

       I was expecting something similar to using the tables for scuba diving. If you are going to be dancing for duration A, at location B, you should use dance C.   

       Complete with required rest intervals, which vary based on the above.
normzone, Apr 16 2004
  

       [normzone] Ha!
theircompetitor, Apr 16 2004
  
      
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