I understand we all know about the Flood Lights designed to look like an illuminated capstone pyramid, and the opening ceremony a soft way to tell the
masses who is in charge, a few rich elite men incoroprating "The History of Britain" into corporate capitalism (Workers down in the mines and
churning the cogs of the industrial revolution, while a few men sit with top hats and enjoy the life)
The mobot came about because of Mo's participation on a comedy sports quiz (not particularly funny!) over here. It was pointed out to him that other
people had signature move celebrations so he should have one. The mobot was demonstrated to him as an example - and he basically loved it and said he
would try it if he won at the Olympics.
Basically, nothing esoteric or whatever about it. Simply the result of a poor comedy show.
flavian's right, i'd find a vid to link, but lazy has struck and i CBA... i did see the show though, it was on "a league of their own" i think..
the mrs was watching it, honest - i stay away from sky on political and high falutin' cultural snobbery grounds
tin foil hat much deserved
Sorry, no conspiracy here. Just some guys having a bit of fun as is the Brit way.
Edit: Also, there's a very good reason why you see other well known celebrities doing the mobot.. It's due to Mo's unrivaled success in the Olympics.
The Mobot has become a popular thing here in the UK and everyone was doing it, not just celebrities. Due to who they arethough, we quite naturally
just see them doing it more often.
edit on 22-2-2013 by Rising Against because: (no reason given)
The octopus is a symbol that one group has vast reach in all directions. There message is in plain sight. We are in control. They are the
cosmocroterus. Rulers of world darkness. There fall very soon is in the books though.
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