Seemingly impervious to the uptake of knowledge -- Henry Rollins.
I still don't understand the physics of this and also how you get that good at something like that. Impressive.
I would assume that it's a matter of flipping quickly in a straight line so that the air pressure is equal on both sides - where's Bernoulli when you need him?When I see things like this, I recall a quote from a science fiction story wherein a minor character is an artist who works with 'found art'. She's referred to as a 'skilled practitioner of a dubious art'.
William S Burroughs and Joan Adams? But (fortunately) sans bullets... :-)Sorry - it was the first thing that came to mind when I saw the lad flicking business cards at the girl's head.
I used to be good at pitching washers and horseshoes but I don't know about this.It do look like you've remodeled the blog. A good looking layout you've come up with. I like the stars.
Well, I've always been something of a space cadet....
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