--- In FairfieldLife@yahoogroups.com, "authfriend" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> --- In FairfieldLife@yahoogroups.com, gullible fool <fflllll@> 
> wrote:
> >
> > If you click on the blue "all >>" near the top right,
> > it implies that it is the juggler's use of five balls
> > instead of three that is the parody. It seems
> > like they just have a different interpretation of the
> > world "parody".
> You mean, it's not supposed to be funny, it's more like,
> Take this, Bliss!--a can-you-top-this kind of thing?
> Hmm, maybe so.  The audio was taken from the Chris Bliss
> video, complete with audience response.
> I thought it was something jugglers would find
> hysterical, but you had to *be* a juggler to know
> what the joke was!

Like I said, the joke is the audience cheering about a bunch of 3-
ball tricks artfully strung together. As a *performance*, it's top-

As a demonstration of juggling proficiency? It's a professional 
juggler showing off a bunch of beginning/intermediate tricks in time 
to music.

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