Re: [uk_jugglers] BJC 2002 - some pics
- Greenway, Simon wrote:
> http://members.tripod.com/~unicycling/bjc2002.htm <http://members.tripod.com/~unicycling/bjc2002.htm>Great pictures - they show the full horror of the dingy
> some pics & stuff.
yellow lighting in the hall! I think the locked pile
of unis is the most artistic photo of the lot. Put it
up for the next Turner prize...
[BTW the link to page 2 is broken]
Shame about Tripod's popup ads - if only we could
charge websites for wasting our time!
PS Anyone remember the words to the grip-top socks poem?
- [BTW the link to page 2 is broken]
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----- Original Message -----
From: Mark Tillotson <markt@...>
Sent: Wednesday, April 03, 2002 2:13 PM
Subject: Re: [uk_jugglers] BJC 2002 - some pics
> Greenway, Simon wrote:
> > http://members.tripod.com/~unicycling/bjc2002.htm
> > some pics & stuff.
> > -simon
> __Mark T
> PS Anyone remember the words to the grip-top socks poem?
No, but I think its unlikely it was written by the person who claimed they
wrote it as it is apparently quite a well known tongue twister used to help
people with public speaking. First link I found is
While I'm here, BJC was great so thanks to the organisers.
I'm not sure if we'll ever offer to do the BJC in Belfast as we don't think
many would go. At least we still have the Belfast convention happening in
September and juggling seems to be growing in Ireland and N Ireland anyway.
Give me the gift off a ripped-off poem - can I get my fire clubs now?