Re: [uk_jugglers] FW: Couple of cool things from Stanford Juggling club
- I can only dream about what may happen on ultimates... and where does the
Tequila fit in that pattern?
>From: Nigel <nigel@...>_________________________________________________________________
>To: UK Jugglers <email@example.com>,
>Subject: [uk_jugglers] FW: Couple of cool things from Stanford Juggling
>Date: Thu, 29 Nov 2001 23:49:18 +0000
>Some of you know Henry... Looks like he's not wasting all his time at
>stanford with studying...
>From: Henry Segerman <>
>Date: Wed, 28 Nov 2001 22:48:42 -0800 (PST)
>To: <nigel@...>, <>, <>
>Subject: Couple of cool things from Stanford Juggling club
>Hi, just a couple of juggling things I encountered tonight that I think
>need spreading a bit:
>1) Technical name for the person that everyone else looks at to start the
>'up-down-go' of a complicated multiple person passing pattern: The Stoat.
>No idea why, but it sounds good.
>2) Nice new pattern, for an unspecified number of people, sortof like a
>cooperative Gladiators, called '6 Count Meander'. Rules are, you chant
>'Pass, Self, Self' on right hand throws, and pass on the pass count only
>if you've made really good eye contact and nodding etcetera with the
>person you think you're passing to. Otherwise just do a self. Oh, and
>meander about the place too. Interesting box type collisions and weird
>stuff happens :)
> ,-. Henry Segerman
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>( Nigel adds... No reason why it needs to be a 6 count meander.. sounds
>more fun to make it a 3 count...)
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