Loc: Lancaster PA USA
Jumpin' Jeebus Chrysler, I'm getting so tired of that loser.<br><br>Just when I thought that dumb-ass Chriss Bliss video had made its last pass across my monitor, months later he pops up again. I thought every Netizen on the planet had seen this already.<br><br>And once again, I have to rack my brain trying to remember the name of the REAL juggler who answered Bliss's amteurist showing with a REAL juggling routine instead of all those super-lame beginner tricks Bliss does. They may look amazing, but he basically repaeats the same basic stuff over and over at slightly different cadences.<br><br>Siiiiigggghhhh....lemme go a-Googlin'....<br><br>[...a couple minutes pass...]<br><br>OK...you think Bliss is a juggler? Check out Jason Garfield:<br><br>http://jasongarfield.com/pennradio.html<br><br><br><br>
Well, I liked it because I can do all of those moves. Not all piled up on top of each other and not to a song but now I need to get out my juggling balls. My forte is heavy objects and disparate sizes. Juggling three regulation weight bocci balls for ten minutes will get you to focus. I also juggled grains of rice. (For about ten seconds.) <br><br>The best I did I think was a pencil, an ice bucket, and a full sized hammer. Three revolutions. Won the bet.<br><br>For something that has been overplayed on email I offer up the treadmarked underwear as money safe. <br><br>
So what's not to like? My bad, I've never even heard of this guy before, and I was pretty impressed with this routine. I suppose too much of anything is n/g. But I thought it was pretty cool. Wouldn't mind seeing him follow some of Ginger Baker's old stuff! <br><br>
Loc: Lancaster PA USA
<blockquote><font size=1>In reply to:</font><hr><p>"So what's not to like?<p><hr></blockquote><p>Photoshop's Lens Flare looks cool too, to people who have no idea it's just a beginner's one-click trick.<br><br>
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