Stigmata is realGreat to be back home. Well sort of, I could really do without this 8 to 5 thing called a job. But I, like so many others have bills to pay, such as the ones that got me to Chico and back so I shouldn’t complain. Well, I’m loaded up with pictures to post and stories to tell, so I’ll be working on that over the next couple of days. All in all, it was a great time. I learned asteroid, stigmata, one-handed iron whip, and the only spintop trick that Doc Pop learned at the Worlds! Jason Tracy hooked me up with the spintop that stigmatized himself and Steve brown. I don’t know what it is about this top, but it seems to have a mind of it’s own. Maybe it was carved out of an old piece of sacred wood or something. He recommended I put it up on E-bay. heheh Isn’t the internet great? Anyways, I’ll post up the pictures in the next couple of days. Oh, forgot to mention, I met a bunch of kick-ass guys from a club in Seattle called Strung Out in the Northwest. I’ll be putting up pictures of their yo-yo tattoos too.

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The Visual R&D section has been updated with pictures from the National Yo-Yo Museum. Some of the pictures are whacked cause I didn’t have a tripod and the glass made it hard to use a flash, but check em out anyway if that’s your sort of thing.

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Early tomorrow morning me and a few lunatics will be heading out to Chico for the Nationals. So The Glass Lab will be empty for the weekend.

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I posted these to my old temporary website, but they were removed some time ago. I dug through the vaults of The Glass Lab and retrieved the original files! So now they’re up again for your viewing pleasure. You’ll find them over in the Visual R&D section.

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The String CemeteryLots of people were having problems downloading from I-Drive because of the daily download limit, so Dave Capurro of The String Cemetery was kind enough to host it for me. Thanks Dave! If you haven’t had a chance to download it yet, get it here. The next video I’ll be releasing is of a bunch of footage I took of Steve Brown when he was down here visiting Southern Cali. You’ll see his new tricks like “I put it in you!”, “Money Shot”, “Doc Pop’s Folly”, “Transcendentalist B.S.”, and more! The problem is that 90% of these tricks are in a couple videos that SAGE put out yesterday. Oh well, I’ll release it anyway when I finish editing it so you can have dice coming out your nose. In the meantime, if you want to see SAGE’s new videos from the Mid-Atlantic Regionals, check em out here: Vid1 | Vid2 . Sick Stuff!

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Well, I got tired of waiting for crosswinds to add me to there database and this video has been ready for about two weeks now. So I’m just gonna upload it to I-drive *ugh* until I get on the approved list. Click here to go to the I-Drive page where you can download the video. It’s a about 15megs and is encoded in DiVX. For a description of the video, scroll down to the “New Video” post. If anybody can download it and host it for me, I’d really appreciate it.

A big thanks goes out to Citadel of Sector Y for helping to get my little video editing setup started.

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