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Some juggling. First three balls, then one club/2 balls two clubs/1 ball, then three clubs:
Posted by Matt Haughey at 02:50:33 PM
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[this is good] I had no idea you were a deadhead
05/17/2007 at 03:42 PM
[this is good] Is there some rule that you need to learn to juggle if you move to Portland? (Also, I'm jealous.)
Andy Baio |
05/17/2007 at 04:02 PM
I learned to juggle three balls while bored at work one day (at UCLA). Seriously, it takes about an hour to get three ball juggling down pretty well.I had been learning a few tricks here and there, but taking a 90 minute juggling class last month taught me about ten new things, including how to start with four balls and clubs. It took about three weeks of juggling clubs for 10 minutes or so to get them down.
05/17/2007 at 04:06 PM
You have awesome juggler's presence.
05/17/2007 at 07:51 PM
Funny juggling story: During one weird summer where I fell in love with a juggler and traveled around the country with him, we were doing street performance juggling in Boulder (or Denver...one of the two), to raise cash to see the The Flying Karamazov Brothers. The Bros apparently heard about us doing it, and came out and threw patterns with us. Dube clubs flying like snowflakes. Coolest juggling I've ever done. (And they gave us free tix...so that was cool.) I found my clubs the other day, they're big heavy monsters, I tried tossing them around and just found myself running to get out of the way. Hee!
06/11/2007 at 08:11 PM
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