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Subject: Re: odd juggling props
Author: sujsokol@gmail.com
Date: 20 aug 2015
On Thursday, July 28, 1994 at 4:43:02 AM UTC-4, Alastair Rae wrote:
> john chiaverini (jac17@pop.cwru.edu) wrote:
> > i was wondering what weird and wonderful items the 40000 of you
> > net-reader-jugglers juggle. what are some of the strange things you can
> > make to go in a pleasing pattern?
>
> There's a guy at a local work shop who juggles sink plungers. They've
> good spin but are hard on the hands. Their major advantage is that
> they look definitely foolish.
>
> --
> Alastair Rae <arae@uk.mdis.com>
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I have a question. Do you think it is possible to juggle roses, or are they too light (and thorny)?