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Subject: Re: odd juggling props
Author: David Magagnosc
Date: 28 jul 1994

In article <Ctn6vq.4pF@mdis.com> ar@zeus (Alastair Rae) writes:
>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.

Well, I have on occasion juggled two balls and a single-jack sledge hammer.
They're about 5 pounds or so, I suppose, with a handle about a foot long.
Now, _they_ are hard on the hand -- the center of rotation is somewhere inside
the head, and the handle really whips around.

I Juggle and I Vote.

(Previously only a lurker...)

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