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Ken Livingstone's new dance

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in response to reader comment: getting the video and transcripts out

Submitted by Archimedes2 (Canada), Jan 29, 2007 at 00:58

Hi, thanks guys for getting the hand-held video up. it's much better than nothing; someone buy the fellow a tripod. During the first segment ,all the movement was distracting -- at first I thought the camera operator was having trouble holding the camera steady, but then I realised that most of the motion was Red Ken bobbing and weaving...so that's how he keeps himself in such good shape.

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