--- In FairfieldLife@yahoogroups.com, TurquoiseB <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> > > When you try to hold them in the same hand, it's
> > > called "juggling."
> > 
> > Yeah, but they're in different hands, i.e., each
> > "in its place," as I said above.
> Not that it matters, but that isn't quite true.  How many hands
> are used depends on the number of objects you are juggling.

Right.  But there's no juggling involved here, you
see.  Consistency is appropriate in its place, paradox/
contradiction is appropriate in *its* place.

Trying to hold two balls in one hand and then
dropping them both doesn't even constitute juggling.

> It's an odd/even thang.  2 balls, one hand, or it's no challenge.
> 3 balls, two hands.  4 balls, two hands, but each hand is really
> only juggling two balls; there is no switchover.  5 balls, two 
> hands with switchover again.  6 balls, two hands, but each is
> now juggling three balls with no switchover.
> When it comes to juggling concepts, you are free to use as
> many minds as you have.  :-)

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