Good Dad for rapidly recognizing his screw-up and correcting as best he could. Plus Full Props to Dad for posting-up on YouTube.
Most dads wouldn't have the guts to expose themselves so fully. 3.5 Million hits later... *smiles* ...we have real evidence being authentic works. Regardless of the public response or lack thereof, posting-up the video -- so others learned and so he and his family wouldn't forget -- was a great move. (More evidence in my view that this is a Good Dad and a good family.)
This is a family that sings together, corrects mistakes together, creates their public identity together, and are Single Ladies together.
Right on, Sister. Everybody DANCE.
H/T Feminist Law Professors.