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PROFILE OVERVIEW OF KRAZYKUJO
Average engagement rate on the posts is around 6.30%. The average number of likes per post is 1296 and the average number of comments is 79.
14.29% of the followers that engaged with krazykujo regularly are from United States, followed by Russian Federation at 6.12% and Germany at 5.1%. In summary, the top 5 countries of krazykujo's posts engager are coming from United States, Russian Federation, Germany, Ukraine, France.
Krazykujo loves posting about Film, Music & Books, Humor.
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GENDER OF ENGAGERS FOR KRAZYKUJO
AUDIENCE COUNTRIES OF KRAZYKUJO
- United States 14.29 %
- Russian Federation 6.12 %
- Germany 5.1 %
- Ukraine 5.1 %
- France 4.08 %
We lost our father, Gary Lyons, two months ago today - August 15th, 2020. My sister and I were effectively his full-time caregivers for the entire length of the Covid lock down, and we were with him as he took his last breath. My dad was a world famous expert in horticulture, specializing in cacti and succulents, Aloe Vera in particular. He knew everything there is to know about these, and he traveled worldwide to give lectures, and wrote two books and countless articles. He was an independent scholar and did what he loved for a living. He didn't officially retire until he turned 80, and he died only two years later. He was a talented musician - he specialized in the bassoon, but he could play any reed instrument, and whatever else he felt like. When I was born, and he first heard that I was deaf, he cried - "I wanted him to be a musician!" He was born disabled - he had a condition called club foot, in which his feet were so extremely rotated that he wouldn't have been able to walk. His mother, my grandmother Mabel, worked as a secretary for a man named Roy Disney, who had a rather famous brother named Walt. Walt Disney was very fond of my grandmother, and when he heard that her newborn son would never be able to walk, he paid for the surgery himself. My dad owed his feet to Walt Disney personally, and dad was obsessed with all things Disney for his entire life. He was not initially supportive of my desire to become a bboy. He thought it was gang-related, and, well, it kind of was. But when he saw the opportunities it began to afford me, first to travel the world and then to make a living, he changed his mind. Once I started creating shows with the dance company I ran for a decade, he came to every local performance. Wah before all that, dad had a little set of weights and barbells in the garage. He showed me how to do a few exercises, and was in decent shape himself for a while. I owe my recent obsession with powerlifting to this early experience. Our relationship was far from perfect. In many ways, I wasn't the son he wanted, and he wasn't the father I wanted. But he was there. And when it mattered most, at the end, I was there. 💔
Holy crap, we did it. We're celebrating Independence Day with a rather large step towards financial independence. We now own a 3-bed/3-bath condo in Santa Clarita, right by Six Flags Magic Mountain. I worked harder than I ever have to pull this off. Banks are reluctant to lend to people like me - self-employed in two separate industries, both adversely affected by the pandemic. We found a great agent and an expert lender, entirely by accident, and we did everything right - no accounting tricks, no hookups from the homies, no handouts from rich relatives. It's only the beginning. We're so freaking excited. #independenceday #financialfreedom #financialindependence #homeowners
On May 22nd, 2009, I tried to take a bite out of her face, and she let me. Then things got weird. 11 years later, we're buying houses, getting married soon, getting ready to travel the world when the shutdown eases up, building up our little empire and securing our future. Here's to eleventy more years baby. ❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️
Rona Rock pt 2 I guess this is gonna be a thing now. 3 quick throw downs to De La Soul after hitting the some weights. Sumo Deadlifts 545 (~247kg) x5 "Spoto" bench press 300 (~136kg) x1 A little heavier these days, on that quarantine diet, at 148/~67kg, but still feeling pretty quick and light. And strong too, I guess. 🤷♂️ #bboy #krazykujo #beastmode #planche #walklife #powermoves #breakdance #bboyfitness #deadlift #deadlifts #sumodeadlift #deadliftface #powerlifting #wannabepowerlifter #oldmanstrength #66kg #usapl #steakandwhiskey #hookgrip #hookgripmasterrace #pullsumoeatbutt #roadto700 #43isthenew23 #thisis43
My heart sank this morning when I found out that Don "Campbellock" Campbell had just passed away. He was a hero, not just to me personally, but to the world at large, and particularly to dancers of all styles and backgrounds on the West Coast. This was due not only to his unbelievable skill and charisma, but to his insistence on self-expression through dance and the quest for creative freedom that that entails. When I met first met him 15 years ago (in Portugal, of all places - we both lived in LA), he said something along the lines of, "don't dance like me, dance like you. It's 2005, not 1975!" He had created Locking, but he didn't want anyone to lock like him. When he saw me dance for the first time, he told me, "you're a champion!" even though I'd never won anything. Hearing those words from him were worth more than any trophy or cash prize. He spent a good deal of his time and energy correcting others' misconceptions about Locking. "That's what I'm trying to tell ya!" he would say, over and over, asserting and reasserting what he'd intended the dance to be, and to become. The last time I saw him was in February 2016, at LA Trade Tech College, where this photo was taken. He was giving a lecture at his alma mater - LATTC was an important part of his personal development as a dancer - and he didn't know I was in the audience. I walked up to him at the end, he gave me a hug, and told the remainder of the audience, "you should see this guy dance!" So I danced, with no warmup and no music, and he smiled that big, beautiful smile of his, and I was grinning like a little kid for the rest of the day. He wasn't just my hero. He was my friend.
Rona Rock I haven't gotten down by myself in ages. Took advantage of an empty gym (where I was coaching people before the pandemic) to throw a few quick rounds after leg day. Beltless Sumo Deadlifts 500 (~227kg) x5 Squats 420 (~190kg) x2 #bboy #krazykujo #beastmode #planche #walklife #powermoves #breakdance #bboyfitness #deadlift #deadlifts #sumodeadlift #deadliftface #powerlifting #wannabepowerlifter #oldmanstrength #66kg #usapl #steakandwhiskey #hookgrip #hookgripmasterrace #pullsumoeatbutt #roadto700 #43isthenew23 #thisis43
Let's get this toilet paper 🚽 📄
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