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Kyle Conniff
07-16-2010
09:39 PM ET (US)
I don't know if anybody checks this anymore, but I am just letting everybody know that there is a new juggling club for area jugglers and unicyclists. We have a page on facebook called UWL Juggling Club and would like to see more people come. If you have any questions about it, or don't have a facebook, you can email me at kcon13@gmail.com
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Amberlee Mucha
10-07-2009
04:33 PM ET (US)
Hello!

I am currently in charge of recruiting talent for NBC's number one show of the summer America's Got Talent. I am looking for unique talent to audition with us October 17th-18th in Chicago.

This is a rare opportunity for a wide variety of performers from all walks of life to be showcased in front of millions of people worldwide. No other show offers every talent imaginable, in every age range the potential to be a household name.

I am contacting you in hopes that you will share this prospect with your anyone you know who would be appropriate for this opportunity. Please encourage them to pre-register for an audition at agtauditions.com.

We're looking for bold bright entertainers who can command the stage so please forward this message on to any of your students/friends/family who might also be interested. Why bury an exceptional talent? One audition could change your life!

What we're hunting for this season: singers, musicians, rappers, dancers, jugglers, comedians, acrobats, cheerleaders, bands, contortionists, ventriloquists, amazing animals, fire breathers, freaks, percussionists, double-dutchers, hip hop groups, beat boxers you name it!

The Chicago audition dates are coming up soon, so please be sure to pre-register and please spread the word! If you need more information or have any questions please feel free to refer to the website agtauditions.com or to call or email me at the address below.

If you know of a specific talent that shouldn't remain undiscovered send them my way!

Thank You and Good Luck!

--
Amberlee Mucha
America's Got Talent
amberleeagtauditions@gmail.com
1-818-748-1287
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Erik J
11-03-2006
11:31 AM ET (US)
I think I should check this more often then I do.
 
1) Dan! That's awesome! I hope things are going really well for you! What made you decide to go with Political science? I think it's a good choice, I really enjoyed what clesses I've taken on the subject and considered that major myself.

2) I swear Paul, you could make a small fortune just off of selling those balls just to this juggling club. To keep us supplied you probably have to be chained to a sewing machine and given a suger cube everyday, but we'd all have cooler props because of it.

3) Ali, Hi! I'm half of the Budabi Brothers, and I'm glad to know you enjoyed our show! I'm also surprised you were able to track down this message board! If you want, you can contact us more directly eith through our e-mail Knifethrowers@hotmail.com or our MySpace http://www.myspace.com/budabibrothers
I hope this information is useful to you, and I appreciate the flattering remarks. Thanks!

4) Hey Trevor, it's Floride. The Chemical is Floride. I am the bane of brainfarts!
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Ali
10-28-2006
03:10 PM ET (US)
I saw the Budabi Brothers in Louisville KY today and they are both amazing...and hot!!
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Paul
01-30-2006
09:19 AM ET (US)
My small orange ones are from the 2.25 pattern, and they're only about 3/4 filled, maybe even a little less so they're actual size is a little under 2.25. You could bring in the seam just a touch, too. If you come in 1/16th of an inch from what the pattern reccomends you would reduce the size by 1/8th of an inch.

Paul
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trever
01-29-2006
02:50 PM ET (US)
hey paul, what size are your small orange number balls? i want to make some but the smallest size that is on our site is 2.25 inch diameter- and i think that is a alot bigger than the ones you have. unless you really under filled them. ty
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Danny Karnage
01-25-2006
01:46 PM ET (US)
Hey, everyone. Been a long while since I've been to the club. Things are going well for me here in Madison. I'm back in college now, chasing down a Political Science major.

Anyways, thought I'd let you all know that I've finally started my new juggling webpage. It's really lame at this point, but hopefully it will become something interesting eventually.

It's at http://www.karnage.net

I'll probably be at the club over my spring break. Can't wait to see everyone.

Danny Karnage
danny@karnage.net
Edited 01-25-2006 01:48 PM
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Paul
01-02-2006
04:17 PM ET (US)
The Amazing Budabi Brothers web site is now up! Visit:
http://www.jugglingpoet.com/abb
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Erik J
12-15-2005
05:31 PM ET (US)
Erik Jensen ( age 20) and Nick Langseth ( age 21) learned how to juggle four years ago. After watching a friend perform, and even juggle fire, they decided juggling was neat enough to learn. Picking up three balls they started to practice what would soon become a major part of their life.
After many, many hours of practice the brothers had worked their skills up to the point of juggling clubs, knives, and fire. After a year of practice, and a little prodding from their parents, both brothers decided to take their skills on the road and show people what was possible in the realm of juggling. Approaching Big island rendezvous, an event they had gone to for years they asked to be able to juggle for the crowds. When asked what their name was, a little nervously they spouted out as a lark, The Amazing Budabi Brothers, and so the group was born. After a smashing success at Big island they continued to book events all around the country from their home base of Houston, MN. As they traveled their eyes were opened to even more amazing things that could be done with the art of juggling.

Meeting a fellow juggler Dan Kirk, the pair learned as much as they could from him, and received a generous gift from him as well. Asking nothing in return Dan gave them a great deal of juggling equipment he no longer needed. With his help, The Budabi¬’s expanded their skills much faster then they would otherwise have been able to do.

Joining a juggling club In La Crosse Wis, the brothers quickly picked up even more skills. Dabbling in Unicycles, Balancing and Diablo¬’s, and always improving their juggling.

The Amazing Budabi Brothers continue to ¬“Wow¬” crowds, and teach juggling all across the country.

               Your slightly eccentric friend,
                 Erik;)



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Paul Halter
12-13-2005
10:13 PM ET (US)
Another message to the club about a uni ride planned for next summer:

Hello Coulee Region Unicyclers!,
I am contacting unicycle clubs about an upcoming unicycle tour.
 
I am planning a charity unicycle tour of the Upper Peninsula (UP) of Michigan late next summer. We are looking for riders! I am currently beginning to formalize arrangements with the Women's and Children's Ward of Marquette General Hospital as the recipient of the donations we raise.
 
Would you please be so kind as to pass this link on to any of your members that might be interested in touring with us? The website has much information about the tour and the UP. Are there any other Wisconsin uni clubs that I should be contacting?
 
http://MissingWheels.unicyclist.com
 
Also, being new to planning such events, I am wide open to suggestions and ideas.
 
Thank you very much. Have a good day!
Sincerely,
Blake
 
 
Blake Ketchum, Ph.D.
Center for Environmental Kinetic Analysis
2217 EES Building
University Park, PA 16802
 
http://www.ceka.psu.edu/
ph: 814.360.5039
email: podzol@gmail.com
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Paul Halter
12-13-2005
10:13 PM ET (US)
Mondo coming up - Here's a message I just got from the club in the Twin Cities:

Hello juggler/unicyclist,

MONDO XVII is soon approaching -- February 24-26, 2006.
You can find out more on our website
 www.mondofest.org
Special guest(s): To be announced soon

Help the MONDO committee save a few pennies!
Please e-mail me back immediately if:
- you can download your registration form from our website
                (available on-line by end of December)
- or if you want me to email it to you
- or if you know you will not be able to attend this year but
       want to stay on the mailing list.

If you want to be removed from the MONDO mailing list, please let me know.

Hope to see you at Concordia!

Connie Cotter
MONDO mailing list guru
constance.cotter@XtraTyme.com
 www.mondofest.org
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Paul Halter
10-19-2005
09:12 AM ET (US)
And another mistake in my original post... Here's the link I should've included: It's specifically about the polonium halos:

http://www.talkorigins.org/faqs/po-halos/gentry.html
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Paul Halter
10-19-2005
09:06 AM ET (US)
Trever,
Sorry I mispelled your name. I've got a cousin named Trevor with an "o"...

Paul
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Paul Halter
10-19-2005
09:05 AM ET (US)
Trevor,

I'll have a look at the site. Here's one you might find interesting:

http://www.talkorigins.org/origins/faqs-qa.html

Paul
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trever
10-19-2005
07:52 AM ET (US)
paul, http://www.halos.com/ is the website that iwas talking about.
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Paul Halter
10-07-2004
09:17 AM ET (US)
Here's a link to the software. There's an on-line version in JAVA, so you can try out tricks without installing any software. On this page there's also a link to the original DOS version of the program.

http://www.free-dome.org/orr/PassingPage/S...JavaMaster/home.htm
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