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Posted:Hey lyra. I had exactly the same plan hehe. I wanna start up a group in my area, it sounds like your as confused as me too. I never know where to start, so i figure im just going to make a spider diagram thing and see if it makes more sense.
Posted:what im struggiling with now is that i want to do a school juggling/circus group, but i also want to get all the cincinnati people together, and i dont know if i could do both, in the city we would have enough people to do a just poi group, but oh well, ill sort it out
hey trillian, im listening to colin
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Posted:we started a "poi club" at the highschool.( i only got more involved when they started lighting things on fire ) bascially we had two kinds of active groups here. stoners and skater kids. this poi club is unreal. we have a bunch of kids that come all the time, those that were just "there" got bored and left soon. now that leaves us with about 20 active people and they love it. new years eve these kids got together at "the rave " ( biggest rave we usually have each year) they put on an awsome show. it not only looked cool but it added an unusual aspect which made all the papers here. this poi club is a very positive thing for kids here. as lame as this might sound it gives them one more great reason to keep busy as they all have to push eachother to learn bigger and better tricks. it is great!
Posted:I suggest you go ahead, because the teachers cant turn around and say 'no its dangerouse' stop doing it if you get it ok'ed and turn it into a school club.
Thats was the attitude in my school would have beem, in england they dont let us have any freedom, if it snows we have to all go inside, if its icy the get teachers to block off any slippery patches, you cant eat candy neclaces in school, they banned yoyos after they became a short trend, girls cant wear makeup (are they scared the male teachers will start shagging the female students?) they took our school bags of us if we wore them on our shoulders in the halls, the list goes on.
It was more like prison than school lol. I wouldnt be surprised if they started taking sharp pencils of the students next
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