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The Official London juggling ber spy. shh! dont tell any one
Location: the world (London)
Member Since: 15th Jul 2003
Total posts: 419
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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coleman
coleman

big and good and broken
Location: lunn dunn, yoo kay
Member Since: 29th Aug 2002
Total posts: 7330
Posted:3 ball 1up 2up columns with alternating right and left hands for the single ball is close - you just need the 1up '4' to cross to the other hand which you show by by putting an x after it:

(4,4)(4x,0)(4,4)(0,4x)

or

(4,4)(4x,0)*

the asterisk means that you repeat the pattern but with the numbers in each of the brackets swapped round.

the box is:

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

so the high-sided box is something like:

(8,2x)(4,2x)(2x,0)*

this page is nice for finding crazy box variations smile


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i come to 'dis cafe quite a lot myself.
they do porridge."
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hexagonic
hexagonic

Clubbles Jugs
Location: Manchester
Member Since: 18th Feb 2004
Total posts: 1687
Posted:Are we talking about a 3 or 4ball box?



4ball is (8,2x) (4, 2x) (2x, 8) (2x, 4)



3 ball is (8, 2x) (4, 2x) (2, 0) (2x, 8) (2x, 4) 0, 2) i think.



Gee that was difficult without balls wo work it out!!



For another weird box variation try 801 redfaceeasy once you get into it.

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hexagonic
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Clubbles Jugs
Location: Manchester
Member Since: 18th Feb 2004
Total posts: 1687
Posted:quickly...just come back from lunch where i managed to get 3 continous slapbacks in 3 clubs, and about 10 catches of 3 club flats ubbrollsmile

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Megafish
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Location: Faversham UK
Member Since: 3rd Jun 2004
Total posts: 208
Posted:oh my god, these bracketty site swaps are actually starting to make sense

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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The Official London juggling ber spy. shh! dont tell any one
Location: the world (London)
Member Since: 15th Jul 2003
Total posts: 419
Posted:just landed me self a nice trick. 5551 mills

and still trying to get 534 mills. my god, is it doing my head in.


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

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coleman
coleman

big and good and broken
Location: lunn dunn, yoo kay
Member Since: 29th Aug 2002
Total posts: 7330
Posted:5551 mills is hardcore as fook!

4 throws but only, 3 hand positions means that it all cycles round horribly.

i can do inverse 5551 into mills.
but i can't do mills.

so really i just suck.

633 is finally starting to get a bit more doable though (all that 6b practice is paying off methinks...)

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cole. x


"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
Member Since: 18th Feb 2004
Total posts: 1687
Posted:have been trying (i think) 7531 mills.

Can only do one side and can only do the throws, but the catches will come with time me thinks...

My arms hurt...
nana


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Megafish
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Location: Faversham UK
Member Since: 3rd Jun 2004
Total posts: 208
Posted:Can any of you hardcore geezas do Eric's extention? i've been stretching my arms and building up to it for ages and over the last month or so its actually started to look like it might just be possible but can anyone give me any tips and/or pointers on getting the bitch to work propperly?
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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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Megafish
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Location: Faversham UK
Member Since: 3rd Jun 2004
Total posts: 208
Posted:y do i get the feeling noone's ever going to answer this? (hehehe)

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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Carpal \'Tunnel

Member Since: 17th Apr 2002
Total posts: 15414
Posted:cos its the weekend mate.

smile

Give it time...

they shall come...

smile


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Carni
newbie
Location: Canberra, ACT
Member Since: 15th Oct 2004
Total posts: 12
Posted:Yo, I can do Eric extension. The only thing i can think of is make sure you're doing it right. when i started doing it i wasn't throwing properly from the last position.

Peace.


Bboy, juggler, tumbler staff spinner and general all round awesomness.

(modest too)

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Megafish
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Location: Faversham UK
Member Since: 3rd Jun 2004
Total posts: 208
Posted:oh my god, there are actually people out there who can do this trick (granted you do seem to be in australia, hehe), i've almost got it sorted on one side but feels propper weird, guess its just gonna take some time to get it sorted on the other, did you find that suddenly your crossed arm cascade became much more fun and interesting?

Cheers

Pat:-)


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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Carpal \'Tunnel

Member Since: 17th Apr 2002
Total posts: 15414
Posted:its teh bit that says:

Written by: Carni
The only thing I can think of is make sure you're doing it right



ubblol

Makes sence really...


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Megafish
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Location: Faversham UK
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Total posts: 208
Posted:oh ha ha ha john, your obviously some form of comedian, i'll laugh when i see you getting your arms crossed over twice. Actually no, i think the look of exitement on your face when the geeza turned up and started juggling seven was enough to make me chuckle, hehehe, and the disappoint ment when he said no he didn't understand siteswap and that he could do 97531, hehe, what did you expect? just gonna have to get 531 sorted arn't we john? uh-hu, thats right, and stop doing poi, if you want 97531 your gonna have to stop wasting your time on such uncomplicated distractions:-)

Megafish out


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Carpal \'Tunnel

Member Since: 17th Apr 2002
Total posts: 15414
Posted:smile

poi are good cos I do do them and not look silly.

Its mainly the ammount of time you have to spend picking the balls up that makes me pissed off...

I think i need a pair of new trousers to catch the balls in when I drop them...


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These shoud do..

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hexagonic
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Clubbles Jugs
Location: Manchester
Member Since: 18th Feb 2004
Total posts: 1687
Posted:or you could learn to kick up...

Like most "jugglers"

ubblol


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The Official London juggling ber spy. shh! dont tell any one
Location: the world (London)
Member Since: 15th Jul 2003
Total posts: 419
Posted:Just got back from spitz.

Had a great time down there. The guys down there are ACE.

passed lots of clubs with jonny,adam and will. that ended with us trying 14 clubs with 4 people.

And I also was getting 5/6 rotations of 534/tripple,single,double with4clubs.

But alass my 5551 mills is not getting any better, I tryed to put the numbers into a sim, and even that would not do it right. so me thinks that it is going to take a long time to get.

One day soon, I will dance around the balls in the air.


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

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Megafish
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Member Since: 3rd Jun 2004
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Posted:at some point i am actually going to go to spitz, honestly, i will, honestly..... i am not lying.



5551 mills, Mr Uber Seal, i have had the pleasure of watching you juggle once or twice, but thats just silly, i mean.... (what do i mean?)



you are obviously mad for believing things like this are actually possible, have you not read the rule book?



Pat

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Neural Coding is Idiosyncratic:-)

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coleman
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Location: lunn dunn, yoo kay
Member Since: 29th Aug 2002
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Posted:Written by: coleman

5551 mills is hardcore as fook!

4 throws but only, 3 hand positions means that it all cycles round horribly.



are you running it martin or just doing one round?

i'm still having trouble running 7531 - am getting a second round of throws out now but the 7 seems to go up in a straight line.
getting closer though - slowly but its getting there... wink


cole. x


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i come to 'dis cafe quite a lot myself.
they do porridge."
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Moohaahaa
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Location: In Ger Land
Member Since: 2nd Mar 2002
Total posts: 382
Posted:Yeah, Spitz is great
I remember when Cole used to come there.
Those where the days

Apparently he only comes early now, doesn't fit my fashionably late style at all.

Did some great stuff wiv dat seal, but did some 3 person running around stuff, that I havn't nailed before, and me, Northern and Will got it.

T'was taught to us by crazy Italian back in the day.
He was a funny chap.

But anyway, we should be able to sort out 14 between four soon, cos we all do 7 well, and we got Martin feeding 10 with me and North the other day.
T'will be very nice smile


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Some things you have to believe in to see.

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hexagonic
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Clubbles Jugs
Location: Manchester
Member Since: 18th Feb 2004
Total posts: 1687
Posted:Spitz rocked last night. I've not had that much fun since i I'm Alan Partridge.

Passing was good, we should defo do some more of that. the running around stuff was good, tho i have a nasty habit of laughing randomly after a few rotations. and dropping soon after.

Where has the Coleman gone to? Is it cos it is cold?

Mr. Megafish, are you Irish, or am i getting you confused with someone else?


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Carpal \'Tunnel

Member Since: 17th Apr 2002
Total posts: 15414
Posted:You are indeed getting him confused with someone else.

He is one of the Canterbury juggley types (Faversham actually....), and meeting him is another reason you should come and visit us!

smile


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Moohaahaa

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Location: In Ger Land
Member Since: 2nd Mar 2002
Total posts: 382
Posted:Oh Jonny-O

Always with the highjacking of threads to make people come and visit you.
Tis fair enough tho, cos Carnt Uh? Berry is marvellous.

Spitz is also marvelous tho. Malcom trying to drink a pint wiv a club balanced on his forhead could keep me ammused for, like, probably over half an hour.

And Weasel was there. In all his broken knee glory.
Silly munchkin got a taxi to Upton Park station, but then walked around came to the pub got tube back and all that. Which is splendid, 'cos he was being rather lazy.
And then we took him shopping and made him buy mustard. Which was cool


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Megafish
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Member Since: 3rd Jun 2004
Total posts: 208
Posted:yeah, woohoo, rock on brothers, that is correct, everyone must come to the uni juggling society at canterbury, yeah,yeah yeah, what with john and myself being lowly student types and not being well versed in the ways of having money enough to travel up to london, you'll all definatly have to come, that would be muchos lushonados, seniora! Except not this week, coz i wont be there :-( which is a shame coz i've almost finished working on some fat tricks :-)

So thats that sorted then, everyone from home of poi (thats right i said everyone) will be in canterbury next thursday; and you know you wouldn't want to be the odd one out would you? fantastic, ucof, we shall have to organise a buffet! and i shall have to buy a new hat





Unfortunatly mr Hexagonic, i is not of the Irish ilk. is there someone else who is irish who is also me? the is most confustigating. and is muchos hurting my nogin.

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Neural Coding is Idiosyncratic:-)

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coleman
coleman

big and good and broken
Location: lunn dunn, yoo kay
Member Since: 29th Aug 2002
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Posted:i've just seen a teaser trailer for thomas dietz video #10 eek

it can't be real.
there's stuff i never thought i'd see - ever.

including...

dietz spinning poi!!!

(unfortunately he looks about as good as luke burrage is wink )

watch that space i say...


cole. x


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

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Carpal \'Tunnel

Member Since: 17th Apr 2002
Total posts: 15414
Posted:eek

Pardon what?

eek

Wheres the teaser trailer?


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coleman
coleman

big and good and broken
Location: lunn dunn, yoo kay
Member Since: 29th Aug 2002
Total posts: 7330
Posted:on my hard drive tongue

(how's that for a teaser?)


cole. x


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

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sunbeam
sunbeam

old hand
Location: Madrid
Member Since: 20th Nov 2001
Total posts: 1032
Posted:cole frown go to spitz and play with jonny. you can put an extra jumper on you wimp wink.

patrick megafish go to spitz and take me with you then i can introduce you properly to these lovely folk. biggrin

jon ucof bring all sock poi and glowy poi to juggling society please (AND CLUBS YOU NAUGHTY MONKEY)

glad you had fun at spitz.. looking forward to seeing everyone soonish..

hug juggle huggle juggle


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Carpal \'Tunnel

Member Since: 17th Apr 2002
Total posts: 15414
Posted:"patrick megafish go to spitz and take me with you"

Forget me why dont you?

Cole: Unless Thomas or Schani sent you the file directly, you must have downloaded it from somewhere unless you have been spying on them and filming them without their knowledge... shrug
Where was that place?


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coleman
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Posted:eva: okay then smile

i may need gloves too if we're gonna start passing clubs again though...

speaking of which, you should pass clubs more with jon (he'll never get any better unless ya make him! wink).



jonnnnnnnny: you could have guessed i reckon rolleyes

either lutkus.com (where all the other dietz videos are) or on mark's (schani's) website.



here's a link just in case you're a lazy student with no initiative umm wink





cole. x


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

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