28 Mar 2006 23:06:56
MuTsun Tsai
Who is this juggler?

I once saw a man doing some white volleyball tricks on the "Just for laughs"
stage, and this is what he does in his routine :

1. doing contact with 1 ball around his body.
2. bounce the ball on his head and swing a rope under it.
3. big three-ball tricks, with cigar box style 123 pirouette in the middle.
4. four to six-ball tricks.

What's the juggler's name?




28 Mar 2006 16:07:06
Marden117
Re: Who is this juggler?

MuTsun Tsai wrote:
> I once saw a man doing some white volleyball tricks on the "Just for laughs"
> stage, and this is what he does in his routine :
>
> 1. doing contact with 1 ball around his body.
> 2. bounce the ball on his head and swing a rope under it.
> 3. big three-ball tricks, with cigar box style 123 pirouette in the middle.
> 4. four to six-ball tricks.
>
> What's the juggler's name?

I give up. Who is it?
I once saw an English man, an Irish man, and Scotts man juggling.
The Irish man, being the stub of the joke, dropped a ball first.

The End.

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28 Mar 2006 16:24:45
The Void
Re: Who is this juggler?

MuTsun Tsai wrote:
> I once saw a man doing some white volleyball tricks on the "Just for laughs"
> stage, and this is what he does in his routine :
>
> 1. doing contact with 1 ball around his body.
> 2. bounce the ball on his head and swing a rope under it.
> 3. big three-ball tricks, with cigar box style 123 pirouette in the middle.
> 4. four to six-ball tricks.
>
> What's the juggler's name?

Chris Bli.... er... never mind.

You say you 'once saw...'. When? That might help us figure it out.

The Void
...............
Mark Nizer. Passing Zone. Frank Olivier. All turn up on google for 'just
for laughs juggler'.

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29 Mar 2006 01:05:04
MuTsun Tsai
Re: Who is this juggler?

> Chris Bli.... er... never mind.

No, it not Chris Bliss. Chris is the one who juggler three tennis-like
fluorescent balls with fast music.

> You say you 'once saw...'. When? That might help us figure it out.

Well, that was very long ago (years maybe), and it was on Taiwan's TV
channel...
But I do have a video file of the performance; yet the problem is the file
is quite large and I don't have any place to upload with.




28 Mar 2006 17:08:50
Little Paul
Re: Who is this juggler?

On 2006-03-28, MuTsun Tsai <don.tsai@ms5.url.com.tw > wrote:
> But I do have a video file of the performance; yet the problem is the file
> is quite large and I don't have any place to upload with.

*cough*
www.jugglethis.net
*cough*

-Paul


28 Mar 2006 17:32:08
Little Paul
Re: Who is this juggler?

On 2006-03-28, Jared Davis <jaredthejuggler@hotmail.com.nospam > wrote:
>
> The video may be too big for jugglethis.net I tried to upload a video to
> jugglethis that is 89 MB and it was too big (Tom told me that it was too
> big).

Stick it on http://video.google.comor http://www.youtube.comthen.

Or alternatively spend a bit of time with something like virtualdub to
re-encode it to a sensible filesize

-Paul


28 Mar 2006 09:59:35
Laffey
Re: Who is this juggler?

Or possibly just a few screenshots of the guy would work?



29 Mar 2006 13:16:49
MuTsun Tsai
Re: Who is this juggler?

> Or possibly just a few screenshots of the guy would work?

That's a good idea. Here are few shots of the performance :

http://www.abstreamace.com/juggle/1.jpg
http://www.abstreamace.com/juggle/2.jpg
http://www.abstreamace.com/juggle/3.jpg
http://www.abstreamace.com/juggle/4.jpg

Compare to the 4 parts of his routine I just mentioned.




28 Mar 2006 23:22:49
Re: Who is this juggler?


MuTsun Tsai wrote:
>
> That's a good idea. Here are few shots of the performance :
>
> http://www.abstreamace.com/juggle/1.jpg
> http://www.abstreamace.com/juggle/2.jpg
> http://www.abstreamace.com/juggle/3.jpg
> http://www.abstreamace.com/juggle/4.jpg

Looks like it might be Andreas Wessels.

http://www.andreas-wessels.de/

His "Referenzen" page lists "Just for Laughs".

Todd



29 Mar 2006 18:04:15
MuTsun Tsai
Re: Who is this juggler?

> Looks like it might be Andreas Wessels.
>
> http://www.andreas-wessels.de/
>
> His "Referenzen" page lists "Just for Laughs".
>
> Todd

That's it; it is him. Thanks a lot!