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EGreg: see Kurt's post about how to get a shirt. Generally the natural progression in juggling is considered to be starting with balls, then moving on to clubs and then on to the more exotic stuff like torches and knives. I've been doing this for quite a while now, and am working on juggling 7 balls and 5 clubs now.
zed zeek: The picture hasn't been modified in any way so all of the torches you see in the picture were actually there, although I don't think I'm juggling that one in the foreground. It was probably someone else standing near the camera man.
Thanks for all of your comments!
If you're interested in juggling and computer graphics, you might want to check out this thing. It's really neat.
I've put some hours into juggling practice, but I'd really need more than
the hour or two per week like I'm doing now. I can juggle three balls for
a few tosses but that's it. Well, I guess I'll be getting better, just