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  • Peggy Holtorf

    Where the Hell is Matt? 2012 by Stan Schroeder http://mashable.com/2012/06/21/where-the-hell-is-matt Remember “Where the Hell Is Matt,” a viral video from 2008 in which game designer Matt Harding travels around the world, dancing his dance in dozens of unlikely places? Well, four years later, Matt is back, and he’s still dancing. This time, he’s been to places like Kigali, Rwanda; Damascus, Syria; Poria, Papua New Guinea; Pyongyang, North Korea and Kapon, Thailand, among many others.

  • Eureka Factory

    Remember we’re lost together Remember we’re the same We hold the burning rhythm in our hearts We hold the flame - Trip the Light, Matt Harding, Dance 2012

  • Contiki

    ▶ Where the Hell is Matt? 2012 - USTOA partner Matt Harding makes another dancing video around the world

  • Aimee Christopherson

    Happy People Dancing on Planet Earth (Where The Hell Is Matt - 2012) --- Video Credit: Matt Harding & Melissa Nixon; Music: Trip the Light

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