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Monday Mood-Ups: The Techno Viking

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September 21st, 2009

Screen shot 2009 09 21 at 11.08.39 AM 585x245 Monday Mood Ups: The Techno VikingYou won’t know or truly appriciate who this man is until you watch the original video after the break. But to give you a little background, The Techno Viking is a tall, muscular, charismatic, intimidating, German man that danced for the camera in a techno street-parade called Fuckparade,in the year 2000 Berlin, Germany. After an innocent raving blue haired girl was disrupted by some unruly dude, The Techno Viking has come to her rescue and managed to restore peace and love in the Fuckparade, as this is all documented by the “Kneecam” recording at the parade.

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Ever since this video clip surfaced on the internet, The Techo Viking has become a huge success on YouTube and eventually leading to having his own website with murchandise  and copy cat videos alike. “The Techno Viking doesnt dance to music, the music dances to Techno Viking!”

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