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WATCH THIS! This 'Big Nature Nerd' Can Still Get Really Down With His Bad Self

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MSN.COM - Few things make the Internet happier than a goofy white guy trying to dance. Check that — nothing makes the Internet happier than a goofy white guy who actually has some rhythm. In a video shot last summer, California Conservation Corps members Antwon McCoy and Leonard Patton showed off their dancing skills to their "big nature nerd/mountain man boss," John Griffith. Griffith is apparently one quick study, eventually joining his charges and showing off some serious moves of his own. The young guys are definitely impressed by their boss' efforts, especially his closing "I'm a bad man!" flourish, eliciting yelps and a well-deserved bear hug.

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