One more for the funky club links. Wow great stuff, no surprise it’s top favorite on JTV.
He can run a 25 mile marathon in 3:22:45, juggles the whole way, he typically has 2 or fewer drops.
He just set a new world record for joggling 50 miles in 8:23:42. OMG!
Making the whole distance without walking and with only 4 drops. That’s just incredible, so much respect, in my mind that’s impossible!
Read about it on his blog.
Silva Paolo busks outside the Pompidou Centre in Paris, France. Does some pretty cool stuff with an acrylic. His backward roll fooled me for a while there. The vdeo picks up after a minutes or two.
Silva Paolo… any relation to Silver Paul? 😉
Hoop diving, Acrobatics, buy
Thanks PK for the video 🙂
If Youtube views count for anything, then ‘jandrews1983’ is the most popular contact juggler on his internet. His black and white contact juggling video simply titled ‘Contact juggling: beans…’ has been the number one search result for contact juggling for almost a year now, and currently ranks with nearly 350,000 views (far more than any other contact juggling video on youtube)
Beans: Atlanta, Ga. Specifically, Tucker.
Ministry: Is there a community of contact jugglers where you are?
Beans: Negative. But we do have the Atlanta Jugglers Association
Ministry: How would you describe contact juggling?
Beans: Illusion in motion.
Ministry: Why do you contact juggle?
Beans: It’s fun to feel special. Not many people have seen contact juggling as opposed to toss juggling, so they are instantly intrigued. And it still looks cool to me.
Ministry: What is the best piece of contact juggling that you’ve ever seen?
Beans: Michael Moschen. In his PBS special.
Ministry: What is the future of contact juggling?
Beans: I’m working on combining handbalancing and breakdancing with cjing. Whatever moves I can come up with.
Ministry: What do you think about when you are contact juggling?
Beans: Smooth, romantic, every move is a performance not just my tricks.
Ministry: Anything else you’d like to say to our MoM audience?
Beans: Keep practicing!!
Dutch magician Wouter Bijdendijk, also known as Ramana, said he couldn’t say much about his magic trick.
“This is an art,” he said. “And in India, they see it also as a science. I hope I make people wonder.”
A crowd gathered to watch the magician’s spectacle. Some took pictures, other videotaped and at least one man checked around Bijdendijk for props.
“I just wanted to show that reality is not all that you think that it is,” Bijdendijk said.