This has nothing to do with IF, or games of any kind, but I’m wearing my PataNoir t-shirt, so it’s totally on-topic enough for the off-topic forum, I think .
What’s the deal with the idiots who keep walking in front of the camera?
It’s a public park. Unfortunately, the only place I could attach the camera was a lightpole on the other side of the path, which is just outside the picture (the camera is an iPhone on a gorilla pod). I thought it was worth it to get the roses in the background.
Thanks for sharing – I enjoyed both the juggling and the soundtrack.
I’ve never seen contact juggling before, looks cool!
You haven’t seen Labyrinth??? Nerds today sure aren’t what they used to be.
Oh yes! Labyrinth! That’s where I learned that contact juggling was a thing.
Owlor is one of today’s lucky 10,000!
Tip for folks who have already seen Labyrinth: go and watch the making-of documentary “Inside the Labyrinth.” It is the bessssst. (Also, probably literally life-changing for me, when I was a kid.)
Pro tip: If you decide that you want to learn contact juggling, do not start with acrylic (a la Labyrinth). Start with plastic. Hollow plastic. Friendly plastic that you can’t put through a TV, computer monitor, or wayward household pet.
I am not a pro, but this is the first tip my exceedingly-skilled friend gave me. After some experimentation, I concluded he was right.
No pets, TVs, or computer monitors were harmed in the process of learning this lesson, but I almost put a ball through a window. Physics!
Nice!! I really enjoyed it