Re: more on the subject of...
- --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, James Gibson <jgg@t...> wrote:
> So, basically, if we can get rid of the poi and hang on to all thegirlies
> who come along, maybe teach them to pass (stand on a box orsomething -
> F.T.F. seem to have the box idea sorted) then we wouldn't have aproblem
> anymore. If people still want to do Poi, maybe we could lock themall in
> Slough with the Snakeboarders.There is a reason that the fit french girls took to the poi so
quickly and in many numbers....it's because they work so well
keeping a great distance from themselves and the grubby
jugglers...much easier than a restraining order.
- personally i've been doing Poi and Juggling -both infact since 1991
i was the first to give the workshops in Poi at the British Juggling
Convention ... (2002)
i do Circus Skill Workshops within the community for free and in-schools /
nightclubs around the world -paid work
i'm not just about money :)
Poi like Juggling increases balance awareness / spatial awareness and
maybe you should try it ...
Girls love poi as they love fluidity -same as male \ poi'ers too i realise
as someone said playing a presidential role in Mars Attacks ... 'Can't we
all just get along?'
looks stage left and right to check for flag/spear atacks
exits stage left
returns stage left
exits stage right ...
Rich Orange ...
p.s. have you ever tried Snakeboarding? it's right hard!
p.s..p.ssss have Snakeboarders ever tried Poi at the same time ? --- now
there's something useful come from this thread!
i do stilts with fire poi and fire staff and rollerskate fireshows
i used to juggle upto the cheating 8ball juggle :) double multiplex
thanks for the good energies i feel out there and the young voices talking
crap -shut the yappin and get on with creative streaks yet to be mined -from
it's just 'possible friends' playing with toys like all children / older
children do ...
be nice or maybe you won't be invited to play with the friendly people
anyone who knows me just a health update ...
the Arthritis means still not playtime for me yet
hoping to be able to use my hands wrists arms maybe next year
(it's Reiter's syndrome / Re-Active Arthritis)
i heard Glass (Drew) had fun teaching @ the BJC this year :) i hope to get
to play with everyone @ the 2004 one :)
-he's off at the European Juggling Convention now - doing illegal poi moves
hugs to almost all ...
Rich Orange ...xxx...
@ the moment i can't type much - so please be patient for replies :) ...
----- Original Message -----
From: "vintage_kitch" <vintage_kitch@...>
Sent: Sunday, August 10, 2003 4:19 PM
Subject: [uk_jugglers] Re: more on the subject of...
> --- In email@example.com, James Gibson <jgg@t...> wrote:
> > So, basically, if we can get rid of the poi and hang on to all the
> > who come along, maybe teach them to pass (stand on a box or
> something -
> > F.T.F. seem to have the box idea sorted) then we wouldn't have a
> > anymore. If people still want to do Poi, maybe we could lock them
> all in
> > Slough with the Snakeboarders.
> There is a reason that the fit french girls took to the poi so
> quickly and in many numbers....it's because they work so well
> keeping a great distance from themselves and the grubby
> jugglers...much easier than a restraining order.
> Your use of Yahoo! Groups is subject to http://docs.yahoo.com/info/terms/
- Ye gods! It's hard enough keeping track of the nonsense that gets written
here without folks taking nearly 3 years to reply to messages!!!