I have no enough time for juggling!

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Benas

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Nov 23, 2007, 2:02:49 PM11/23/07
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This week my mum sayd - "This is no time for juggling, go to do your
homeworks!" Have anybody similar problems like me?

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trevor

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Nov 23, 2007, 2:10:22 PM11/23/07
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Benas wrote:
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> This week my mum sayd - "This is no time for juggling, go to do your
> homeworks!" Have anybody similar problems like me?
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yeah, i juggle all the time and save my homework for late at night. i
juggle way too much... i guess i do have enough time to do it some though.
my parents usually dont mind when i juggle as long as i dont hit them or
anything that is theirs...

-trevor

Emman

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Nov 23, 2007, 2:13:13 PM11/23/07
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Benas wrote:
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> This week my mum sayd - "This is no time for juggling, go to do your
> homeworks!" Have anybody similar problems like me?
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Homeworks? What's that?


Emman

Who hasn't done any homeworks this year, and his a senior at high school

Marty

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Nov 23, 2007, 2:21:19 PM11/23/07
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Benas wrote:
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> This week my mum sayd - "This is no time for juggling, go to do your
> homeworks!" Have anybody similar problems like me?
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not wanting to sound like an old git here but at 32 with a full-time job,
a wife and two kids and christmas juggling gigs impending (which can't be
classified as 'real' juggling time) believe me you've got it made.......

Martin (yes i realise i haven't succeeded)

Paul

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Nov 23, 2007, 6:47:31 PM11/23/07
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Im back at uni at twenty eight after swearing I was going to do it
properly this time. I have six essays due in on monday. What have I
spent all day doing? Go on, bet you can't guess...

Paul B.

KooKie

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Nov 23, 2007, 9:53:28 PM11/23/07
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Benas wrote:
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> This week my mum sayd - "This is no time for juggling, go to do your
> homeworks!" Have anybody similar problems like me?
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I have enough time to juggle...

Is that a good or a bad thing?

Adam Rowney

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Nov 24, 2007, 3:11:37 PM11/24/07
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Benas wrote:
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> This week my mum sayd - "This is no time for juggling, go to do your
> homeworks!" Have anybody similar problems like me?

I have so little time to juggle now im at university,
but I found a way around that.

My recent photographic project is an editorial on the workplace. So I
chose (Charlie's) Cambridge Circus School, where I get to take pictures,
and occassionally, accidently, start to juggle in the corner.
Oops!

python

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Nov 24, 2007, 4:39:14 PM11/24/07
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Benas wrote:
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> This week my mum sayd - "This is no time for juggling, go to do your
> homeworks!" Have anybody similar problems like me?
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Hey pal, homeworks are useless. Pay attention on the lessons, and you'll
know everthing that you have to know.:)

Colin E.

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Nov 24, 2007, 5:46:35 PM11/24/07
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Adam Rowney wrote:
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> Benas wrote:
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> > This week my mum sayd - "This is no time for juggling, go to do your
> > homeworks!" Have anybody similar problems like me?
>
> I have so little time to juggle now im at university,
> but I found a way around that.

Oh dear ... If you think it is hard at University ... just wait until you
finish! I managed to squeeze in about 2-3 hours every day between my
hectic lecture timetable. I struggled through my PhD with barely 2 hours
juggling a day.

Then I got a job, and had lots of children and now I have to survive on
less than half an hour each day.

If only there were 26 hours in a day, I would love to get those 2 hours
back.

Colin E.

Colin E.

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Nov 24, 2007, 5:48:45 PM11/24/07
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python wrote:
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> Benas wrote:
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> > This week my mum sayd - "This is no time for juggling, go to do your
> > homeworks!" Have anybody similar problems like me?
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> Hey pal, homeworks are useless. Pay attention on the lessons, and you'll
> know everthing that you have to know.:)
>

That makes perfect sense. I no longer have to practice my juggling, I just
read the WJF and Gatto forums and I can juggle like a God.

Colin E.

bill coad

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Nov 24, 2007, 6:26:20 PM11/24/07
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Benas wrote:
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> This week my mum sayd - "This is no time for juggling, go to do your
> homeworks!" Have anybody similar problems like me?
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You can incorporate joggling while you run home from school. If you're
walking home currently, then you'll have even more time to juggling once
you start running.

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