Or, for a do-it-yourself version, you could:
1) watch this youtube clip of Michael Jackson:
2) read the first response in the Q&A published in Saturday's Dom Post:
(I did the interview with The Good Word and the newspaper 10 months apart and forgot I'd told that anecdote before. Also, I spoke for half an hour with The Good Word and had no idea how they'd cut it or what'd they'd have me say. In all, I think I sounded okay... coulda been a lot worse!)
3) look at this gallery of antique guns.
Funnily enough, that's exactly what I see all those hours I spend looking in the mirror: a gun-toting, GI Joe collecting, pop legend.
I may be appearing on Good Morning this coming Tuesday (around 9.45am on TV1). I'm being cagey because these things tend to change. Good news: TVNZ does place some portions of the show online afterwards, so my huge international fanbase mightn't miss out either.
Poetry competition update
As per the comments in my previous post:
1. No, a yak is not a forest animal.
2. There's at least one other 'move' (besides forest animal references) I reckon I pulled in this old yak poem.
3. The prize to the first non-anonymous commenter to correctly cite a move from this list in the above poem wins their choice of A Man Melting, The Long and The Short of It or Venice: Pure City by Peter Ackroyd (a freebie from Random House when I went to the Auckland Writers and Readers Festival; it's a beautiful book but I won't read it because I have this hate-hate thing with Venice... long story, by me a drink some time and I'll tell you).
4. I've probably scared of any potential commenters/entrants by being a hard-ass.