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Discussion in 'Community Discussion' started by Kingsly, May 3, 2006.
(And im sure you all have! )
impressive, but by about half way through I kind of felt that he had nothing more to show so decided to spend my valuable time writing this reply!
yeah it was posted several weeks ago
I think juggling to Bohemian Rhapsody would be more way cool
Thats nothing! Check out this guy-
Ive also seen another guy do this with "flight of the bumblebee". Still looking for that clip.....
I had never seen that before, but I have a few things to say about it.
1) That guy is amazing.
2) That guy is a spaz.
3) Golden Slumbers is in my top 3 Beatles songs, so I particularly enjoyed that part.
Adding movies to Google was BRILLIANT.
There's a whole science behind this:
Okay, I think that just goes a little too far
Was that for real?
I have seen several people pull this off before. I am skeptical though as to how the piano operates. I have a feeling the piano plays the tune no matter what key he hits, but who knows? Its still entertaining
Wow, impressive ball action!
I found that quite boring, yet I watched through half of it. He needed some more balls or sumthin'.
This guy did the same thing with 5 balls.
I remember seeing this a while ago, but I find it amazing! I guess that would take alot of practice to pull of. As for the mathematical articles posted by plinden, Im not sure what is more interesting, the fact that there is a precise mathematical theory behind juggling, or wether someone actually took the time to figure out the connection.
I was thinking it would be funny if they just took out the juggling balls and he was there dancing around like a crazy man.
yeah, or set them on fire, add some huge knives, and beautiful women...
Sounds more interesting . Probably been done before though