More Video, Explained

I wrote about this a few days ago, so for you bored government workers who didn't read my blog during the outlandishly long weekend but are still at work with video access, here's the explanation. Everyone in the world besides you went to downtown Turin on Saturday night, when bars and restaurants and stores stayed open until 5 a.m. or beyond. Many of these people were young. Many of them congregated just off Via Po in a drum circle at 1 in the morning, jumping up and down and screaming. I climbed up a column to take the video. Here's my fuller explanation from The Archives. The chanting doesn't start for about 25 seconds, so don't get all impatient.

By Dan Steinberg |  February 21, 2006; 5:19 PM ET
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