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um... well... all im gonna say is that you shouldnt spin fire that close to a building (your house?)
...not if your house is made of petrol, anyway. Otherwise, the chances of it being set on fire by mistake are astronomically small. Even that fence would take 1-3 minutes of constant parrafin flame to set alight (I've burned many a similar fence). All I'm gonna say is, if you don't have anything meaningful to say, don't bother speaking.
Nice vid, I liked the jugglingcam looked quite trippy. The poi bit was good but the transitions from butterfly to weave & back got a bit messy in places.