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The Official London juggling ber spy. shh! dont tell any one
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Posted:I've been juggling clubs for a while.



but now I have left the confinds of London. And I'm of for a trip a round the world. ubbloco juggle clap bounce2 bounce



As im not in the greatness of the London juggling and spinning clubs. I thought that I would start this of to keep up with you lot.

And to keep you informed of what is out there in the big wide world.



So the latest moves that I am working on are.



1 Flats:

most of all im trying to do flat back cross.

But also 522 combos with one of the 2's caught under the leg

also box and 441's



2 stalls:

Im trying all type of stalls on different places, feet legs, shoulder and the chin.



do you have any more to add to this.

that I could be trying





When people says "plz" cause its shorter than "please" I say "no" cause its shorter than "yes"

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Megafish
BRONZE Member since Jun 2004

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Location: Faversham UK

Total posts: 208
Posted:As much as i would love to make the mission up to london, i am to scared, and will need others to talk me into believing that it is a good idea before i actually do it ;-)

Juggling isn't useless, It just isn't useful.

Neural Coding is Idiosyncratic:-)

'Do you like dry cerial? Hope so because we've drunk your milk. Yours Sincerely, Your Neighbourhood Milk Thief'

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sunbeam
SILVER Member since Nov 2001

sunbeam

old hand
Location: Madrid

Total posts: 1032
Posted:i'll be there

looking forward to persuading you to come to spitz smile

see you thursday

E


"I don't take drugs. I am drugs" - Salvador Dali

sunny

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coleman
SILVER Member since Aug 2002

coleman

big and good and broken
Location: lunn dunn, yoo kay

Total posts: 7330
Posted:i agree with miss sunbeam.



she is usually right and this occasion is no exception.



come to london! biggrin juggle biggrin


"i see you at 'dis cafe.
i come to 'dis cafe quite a lot myself.
they do porridge."
- tim westwood

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mech
BRONZE Member since Mar 2017

mech

Carpal \'Tunnel
Location: "In your ear"

Total posts: 6207
Posted:mega fish

i was in the same disposition

the london juggle crew is fooking loverly, eve is ace, and well funky, cole is tall but thats not his fault, seal os sleek and sexy with ball of all kinds, UCOF is weird, but lovable,

just trust an old robot like me, there is a lot you can learn from a night at spitz

actually there is no way that you will learn anything you first night at spitz, cos you are dropping you jaw far to much

but its worth it for inspitration alone

it will be cool

you have to


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Megafish
BRONZE Member since Jun 2004

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Location: Faversham UK

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Posted:my real fear is that all the i know and believe to be true about my juggling patterns will be rubbished and that i will have to radically alter my logic in order to advance. I can't take anymore arguements over the nature of mill's mess backwards (the crux of which being that i am right and all others are wrong)



saying that i would mind being shown all the different 441 millses and the shuffle,



will there be anyone there who can offer full instruction in the ways of the penguin mess and rubensteins revenge backwards (i am *actually* [in a very real and legally binding sense] going to go mad if i can get either of them sorted soon)



fatazpat ;-)

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Neural Coding is Idiosyncratic:-)

'Do you like dry cerial? Hope so because we've drunk your milk. Yours Sincerely, Your Neighbourhood Milk Thief'

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coleman
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coleman

big and good and broken
Location: lunn dunn, yoo kay

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Posted:to be honest, at spitz you'd be lucky finding people that can show you all those tricks.



there are a few versions of backwards mills but time-reverse mills is the bitch (the one where all the carries go from the outide to the inside).

peace matt can do this (mind you, if there's a three ball trick matt can't do its only because he hasn't seen it yet, not that he can't do it wink).



i can do the shuffle and the easiest 441 mills (and i'll have a go at learning the rest before i meet you biggrin).



penguin mess is hardcore.

one of my friends can do mills with each of the throws caught penguin, but only one at a time if you see what i mean (u ball, 1 ball or 2 ball but not all three at the same time).



i don't know what rube's is backwards.



to be honest, i reckon a visit to brixton would see you better than a visit to spitz would.



i was running 633 last night.

i dropped lots but i do anyway and for the first time it felt like a solid pattern rather than just a rushed, one-off siteswap trick.



still can't do 64 out of 5.

i need high ceilings at home frown


"i see you at 'dis cafe.
i come to 'dis cafe quite a lot myself.
they do porridge."
- tim westwood

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hexagonic


hexagonic

Clubbles Jugs
Location: Manchester

Total posts: 1687
Posted:Pat - I woud defo recommend you come to Brixton. Peace Matt is hardcore at three balls and i know he can do reverse time mills mess.

my seven was going well last night, could do with a counter!!

Mr. Walker will you be at LJC?


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bluecat


bluecat

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Location: everywhere

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Posted:i'm gonna be in londres sooon!!!!!!!!


will count.

and for the recodr, can occasionally do penguin mills with u and 2 ball penguined, managed 1 round all 3.

is peace matt magic matt? or little matt? or another matt? or american matt?

R


Holistic Spinner (I hope)

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UCOF
SILVER Member since Apr 2002

UCOF

Carpal \'Tunnel


Total posts: 15414
Posted:Thats this weekend innit?

Mech.. Pat knows Eva and I, and Im pretty sure he has met Martin. I know for a fact that he hasnt met Cole (I reckon anyway).

Pat... have you been round my 'ouse yet? You should. We have lots of tea and many juggling spheres.

Ive been practicing 531.

and Boxes with the 4's thrown alternatly inside/ outside.

and getting a 3 ball shower with the 2 behind the back consistantly. I want to learn this before Cole, if he cant already do this. smile


Ive got a question about multiplex siteswap.

If say, you have two balls in each hand, (ball1 and ball3 in right, ball2 and ball4 in left), and you throw them at the same time to when they all meet at the top of the arc, the balls line up ball1, ball2, ball3, ball4, and then ball1 and ball3 end up in left hand and ball2 and ball4 end up in right hand.

You kknow what im talking about...

anyway..

the real question is:

Would the siteswap be something like [[75][6x4x]] ?

umm


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bluecat

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Posted:[censored] knows.

but in a shower the low ball is the 1. foolish yoot.

no, its in three weekends time, i think.

my dates are i think the 2nd of december to the 9th. that gives me two days meandering with my beautiful girlie ubblove two days tomfooling over the weekend, one day chez will(brother) 1 spitz and 1 brixton.

most fine.

R


Holistic Spinner (I hope)

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coleman
SILVER Member since Aug 2002

coleman

big and good and broken
Location: lunn dunn, yoo kay

Total posts: 7330
Posted:rob - peace matt is the matt that says 'peace' instead of 'goodbye'.



i think you can work it out from that smile



and jon, the answer to your last question is no - you didn't even try to work out that ss did ya? ubblol



its a 1up 4up variation.



ss for that is something like ([64],[64])(0,6)(2,2)



then just tweak that so the 1up ball isn't there and the 'plexed balls go to different heights and cross:



([ax6x],[8x4x])(0,0)(2,0)(2,2)([22],2)([22],[22])



smile



i ain't goin this weekend will - you at highgate tomorrow cos i might pop along there if you are?


"i see you at 'dis cafe.
i come to 'dis cafe quite a lot myself.
they do porridge."
- tim westwood

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UCOF
SILVER Member since Apr 2002

UCOF

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Posted:Exactly..

Im still pissed off that I still only semi understand siteswap.

rolleyes


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hexagonic


hexagonic

Clubbles Jugs
Location: Manchester

Total posts: 1687
Posted:I hadn't planned on going, but will have a think about it and probably say no. Three times a week and then all weekend is a bit much isn't it? Yeah i think i'll remain on the No for highgate.

Got anything new Cole? I started working on mad2 mad2 4 ring mills last night, but didn't get very far.

Also got 10 ubblol catches of 97531.

Any chance of seeing you at Spitz for a juggle anytime soon?

nana


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UCOF
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UCOF

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Posted:I like 97531.

Its a loverly pattan.

ubblove

try 97531 in to 5b MM smile

I saw Tomas Dietz do it again last night, so I know it is possible.


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hexagonic


hexagonic

Clubbles Jugs
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Posted:Thomas copied it off me
frown


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UCOF
SILVER Member since Apr 2002

UCOF

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Posted:What a bastard.
angry

Have you posted on rec.juggling about that?

smile


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hexagonic


hexagonic

Clubbles Jugs
Location: Manchester

Total posts: 1687
Posted:which video is it on? I might have to see it...

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UCOF
SILVER Member since Apr 2002

UCOF

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Posted:No 7

I think.

Or 9

Have you not watched everysingle one of them over and over and over again, writing down the siteswap or everything he is doing with diagrams and notes on how to do it?

Cos I havent.

If you have could I borrow them off you please?

I can skin up for you in return

smile


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mech
BRONZE Member since Mar 2017

mech

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Posted:can i borrow them off you pls jon?

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coleman
SILVER Member since Aug 2002

coleman

big and good and broken
Location: lunn dunn, yoo kay

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Posted:haven't got number 9 here but i know on number 7 he does 7531 out of and back into 633 mills.
which is pretty good.

yep - just checked and that trick is on there (no 97531 into mills though...?) 7 is a great one actually - just watched it again and he does about 4 variations of 744 with clubs.
mmmmmmmmmmm smile

i doubt i'll be at spitz much at all this winter - its cold and i'm a wuss.

and my balls get really dirty there too frown

but i'm finding more and more that kneeling down at my house and trying to juggle isn't cutting it - i need height and space to wander around erratically.


"i see you at 'dis cafe.
i come to 'dis cafe quite a lot myself.
they do porridge."
- tim westwood

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UCOF
SILVER Member since Apr 2002

UCOF

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Posted:No you cant borrow them.

You can download them yourself instead here.

smile


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mech
BRONZE Member since Mar 2017

mech

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Posted:kick ass!

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UCOF
SILVER Member since Apr 2002

UCOF

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Posted:ok.

*kicks Mechs ass*

Isnt that animal cruelty?

Comes under the same jurisdiction of Striking a Donkey, which is also another term for Masturbation.

smile


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mech
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mech

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Posted:i take it back the lag on that srv is awaful its going to take me about 15 hrs to download one bloody vid!

thats poor!


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hexagonic


hexagonic

Clubbles Jugs
Location: Manchester

Total posts: 1687
Posted:Don't really waych the old Thomas Videos much, or at all for that matter.

But have heard good things about nine and Berlin.

Like Jay Gilligan, i find him a bit too
mad2 for my liking.

But 97531 Mills...

Talking of which i heard Ben Beever was doing 753 Mills at the recent Manchester Convention.

juggle


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coleman
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coleman

big and good and broken
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Posted:Written by: Unsaturated Carpets Of Freedom

Exactly..

Im still pissed off that I still only semi understand siteswap.

rolleyes



have you ever read any of the articles on it jon?

i'm sure i posted lots of them around here somewhere...

rules you broke there were:

1. assuming you have two hands on the same arm.
square brackets mean that the numbers inside are thrown from the same hand at the same time. double square brackets don't mean nothin - unless you have two hands on the same arm, like some kind of ultra-evolved freak.

2. you can't mix vanilla and sync siteswap unless you understand the new rules that people have come up with regarding that (i don't get it yet).
normal brackets are used in sync siteswap only - there is no use for them in vanilla siteswap.
if you have any sync throws in your pattern, the whole pattern has to be described using only sync notation.


and on a separate note, i can't do a shower round the body very well at all to be honest jon - maybe two or three rounds at best.
northern can do it really nicely.
stefan sing does that into a shower in the cortortion position and back to round the body eek
high-low shower with the low around the body i actually find easier than a normal shower around the body.
shower around the shoulder i've been trying for for a while and have got no closer to at all frown

hug juggle hug


"i see you at 'dis cafe.
i come to 'dis cafe quite a lot myself.
they do porridge."
- tim westwood

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UCOF
SILVER Member since Apr 2002

UCOF

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Posted:Written by: Coleman
assuming you have two hands on the same arm.
square brackets mean that the numbers inside are thrown from the same hand at the same time. double square brackets don't mean nothin - unless you have two hands on the same arm, like some kind of ultra-evolved freak.



I thought it was for throwing both hands at the same time...hence the brackets.

umm


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Megafish
BRONZE Member since Jun 2004

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Posted:peace matt wouldn't happen to work at oddballs would he? if so i got the time reversed mills off of him. theres a video of micheal karas doing reverse rubensteins here , what a ledge, this guy needs to be stopped, drill to the knuckles anyone :-)



As for the penguin mess, 1, 2 and U balls have all been done independantly isolated, as for the full on penguin mess, well mess would definatly be the word, perhaps not penguin mess, but it certainly is a mess.



anyone got any clues for the 504mess?

EDITED_BY: Megafish (1100109048)


Juggling isn't useless, It just isn't useful.

Neural Coding is Idiosyncratic:-)

'Do you like dry cerial? Hope so because we've drunk your milk. Yours Sincerely, Your Neighbourhood Milk Thief'

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coleman
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coleman

big and good and broken
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Posted:you think lots of things though jon.
very few of them make sense...

i reckon you've completely ignored all the good references for learning siteswap and relied instead on whispered generalisations and intelligent guesswork wink

again i say, you can't describe sync throws in vanilla (normal) siteswap.

you have to use sync siteswap which is a completely separate notation.
sync siteswap patterns are described using normal brackets with two numbers inside separated by a comma.
one number is for the left hand, one is for the right hand.

example: 3 ball 1-up 2-up (columns) is

(4,4)(4,0)

but the good thing about sync siteswap is that by judicious use of 2's (holds) you can describe async patterns too.
so for example, the cascade would be:

(4x,2)(2,4x)

now, stop listening to the ravings of a coleman and go read something that's accurate wink

hug


"i see you at 'dis cafe.
i come to 'dis cafe quite a lot myself.
they do porridge."
- tim westwood

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Megafish
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Posted:oh right i gets yah, thats about a billion times more easy than i've been making it out to be.

question,

when i do that 1 up 2 up columns thingy, i alternate between my left and right hand, would that be (4,4)(4,0)(4,4)(0,4)?

And what about the big tall box?

if the box is (4x,2)(2,4x)

something ridiculous no doubt, given how stupid a concept 8040 is (that right, right) in the first place.

hhhmmmm, guess its back to learning three in one hand then :-<


Juggling isn't useless, It just isn't useful.

Neural Coding is Idiosyncratic:-)

'Do you like dry cerial? Hope so because we've drunk your milk. Yours Sincerely, Your Neighbourhood Milk Thief'

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