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Pillow Fight Flash Mob 2008, Prague December 19, 2008

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Prague Flash Mob

No, that's not snow.

Location: Prague, Czech Republic
Date: December 18th, 2008
Number of Participants: Around 400
Site: http://www.flash-mob.cz

We have a reappearance of the 2007 Prague Pillow Fight Flash Mob. This time, at least 10 times the number of participants came to rejoice in pillow bashing merriment. No better way to rid yourself of that holiday shopping stress than by bashing your friend over the head with a giant pillow. Aside from the Prague Freeze Mob, and the protest against nothing, this must be one of the largest turn outs yet.

More links and media:
Pnaky
Blesk

More Videos:
Pillow Fight Cam 1
Pillow Fight Cam 2

Brno Freeze Flash Mob 2008 April 3, 2008

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Location: Brno, Czech Republic
Date: March, 2008
Number of Participants: Around 40

Prague: Protest Against Nothing March 17, 2008

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Location: Prague, Czech Republic
Date: October, 2004
Number of Participants: Around 150

In this protest video, over a hundred people protest nothing with large white posters and blank leaflets.

Grand Central Frozen Flash Mob February 2, 2008

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Location: New York City
Date: January, 2008
Number of Participants: Around 200

This video is from ImprovEverywhere.com, where over 200 people froze in place on cue in Grand Central Station in New York.

Thriller Zombie Flash Mob October 30, 2007

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Location: Seattle
Date: October 27th, 2007
Number of Participants: Around 50

Video of the flash mob performance of Michael Jackson’s famous video, Thriller. Large group of performers in full zombie attire. Performed outside Westlake Center in downtown Seattle.)

This Seattle group is part of the larger Thrill the World event (www.thrilltheworld.com).

Statue of Liberty Flash Mob September 24, 2007

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Location: Gdansk, Poland
Date: September 16th, 2007
Number of Participants: 40?

I’m not really sure what to make of this. A bunch of women dressed up as the Statue of Liberty walking around Gdansk?

University of Texas Flash Mob August 14, 2007

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Location: Austin, Texas
Date: April 4th, 2007
Number of Participants: Around One Hundred

We should all take some time out of our day to worship streakers.

Flash Mob in Poznan, Poland August 12, 2007

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Location: PoznaƄ, Poland
Date: May 12th, 2007
Number of Participants: 1500-2000

“Smile” Flash Mob in Bialystok April 29, 2007

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Location: Supermarket in Bialystok, Poland
Date: February 18th, 2006
Number of Participants: Around 25

What I particularly like about this video is the age of the participants. It’s really nice to see younger people doing this sort of activity. The “smiley” made really popular through the Internet and Mobile phones is a symbol which we now encounter almost daily. Perhaps I’m looking into this too much, but presenting it in a consumer environment to mostly elderly shoppers really captures the difference between this generation and the others.

Flash Mob 4000 Strong! April 20, 2007

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Location: London’s Victoria Station
Date: April 5th, 2007
Number of Participants: Over 4000!


4,000 flash mob dancers startle commuters at Victoria

More than 4,000 clubbers danced through the rush hour at Victoria station in Britain’s biggest flash mob stunt. Revellers responded to e-bulletins urging them to “dance like you’ve never danced before” at 6.53pm. There were knowing looks and giggles among the casually dressed crowd that gathered from 6.30pm, wearing earphones. A deafening 10-second countdown startled station staff and commuters before the concourse erupted in whoops and cheers. MP3 players and iPods emerged and the crowd danced wildly to their soundtracks in silence – for two hours.

Part 2 of the Video

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