pj member Location: Baltimore, Maryland, USA Member Since: 8th May 2001 Total posts: 277
Posted:Man, how many times will this topic come up? I know that I alone have posted how to make sparkler poi at least 3-4 times in the past few weeks alone. Here is the most recent thread:http://www.homeofpoi.com/ubb/Forum2/HTML/000066.html-p.
One Tyred Guy Location: Camaiore, Lu, Italy Member Since: 13th May 2001 Total posts: 203
Posted:Dude, I'm gonna step in before someone less polite does. There have been an EXTREME amount of postings asking on how to make sparkly-poi, which is what you have pictured there. So much so that the site has changed its format, instituded and deinstituted a yellow warning sign, then instituted a grey one. "How do I make sparkly poi?" is becoming an inside joke within HOP and I'd hate to see you step on the landmine. I'm a newbie myself but the Vets are gonna start to get rightfully cranky on this one. Search through the old postings to find your answer. And don't ask about the weave... trust me. There are some great poi people out there, don't get the wrong impression. I'm just imagining the faces of the poor professionals and semi-pros who have seen this question monthly...I hope I don't come across as mean, I'm just giving you a heads up.[Now here's the part where someone totally misunderstands my geniune statements and reads them as sarcasm and attacks me back... Everyone pretend to be surprised, OK?]
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SorchaTheFlaming member Location: Calgary alberta Canada Member Since: 26th Jun 2001 Total posts: 235
Posted:a guy sent me an e-mail saying her made cages nad filled the with steel wool-wrapped kevlar.. im thinking very cool effect but seeingas how its little molten bit of steel flying around i wouldnt advise it.. unless you were on cement with no peopl around.. and if theres no peopl whats the point??------------------A Faeries Heart Beats Fierce and Free!!!!!
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