18 Nov 2006 16:20:21
Koenig1
Anthony Gatto in Mexico #3

http://www.tradebit.com/usr/anthonygatto/pub/8/Mexico3.mov

Its amazing things in it. A 9 ring breakdown and back up to get you
interested

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18 Nov 2006 10:46:43
Mickey Simple
Re: Anthony Gatto in Mexico #3

Also amazing:

Another 7 up club 360 with solid continued pattern after the turn. He also
easily flashes 10 rings with a 360.

Hail to the King!



"Koenig1" <[email protected] > wrote in message
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> http://www.tradebit.com/usr/anthonygatto/pub/8/Mexico3.mov
>
> Its amazing things in it. A 9 ring breakdown and back up to get you
> interested
>
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18 Nov 2006 17:18:27
Vince
Re: Anthony Gatto in Mexico #3

10 up 360... *Dies*

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18 Nov 2006 17:44:34
Adam Rowney
Re: Anthony Gatto in Mexico #3


Cant complain,
always entertaining,
thanks koenig for letting us know...

Adam

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18 Nov 2006 11:04:09
Re: Anthony Gatto in Mexico #3


Mickey Simple wrote:
> Also amazing:
>
> Another 7 up club 360 with solid continued pattern after the turn. He also
> easily flashes 10 rings with a 360.
>


Glad I didn't read this before I watched the video. These are what are
known as "spoilers." In other words, they spoil things for the rest of
us who haven't seen it yet. Dare I say try to contain your excitement
and not talk about the best tricks in a video (especially a new gatto
video after months of waiting) before a good week has past and most
have had a chance to view it.


-andy



18 Nov 2006 19:42:03
Jay Linn
Re: Anthony Gatto in Mexico #3

[email protected] wrote:
> Mickey Simple wrote:
>> Also amazing:
>>
>> Another 7 up club 360 with solid continued pattern after the turn. He also
>> easily flashes 10 rings with a 360.
>>
>
>
> Glad I didn't read this before I watched the video. These are what are
> known as "spoilers." In other words, they spoil things for the rest of
> us who haven't seen it yet. Dare I say try to contain your excitement
> and not talk about the best tricks in a video (especially a new gatto
> video after months of waiting) before a good week has past and most
> have had a chance to view it.

Guh?

People aren't allowed to talk about stuff in a public forum until
you've decided you're good and ready?

Absolutely potty.

For the record, if you ever see my name on a post, I offer no warranty
whatsoever as to what is included or excluded in the body of the post.
Geddoverit.

I suggest that if you want to avoid spoilers, you stop reading posts,
which is plainly a stupid suggestion, but there you go. In the meantime,
perhaps you should consider the plight of those poor misguided fools who
like to read other people's commentary on net videos before they decide
whether to download or not.

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Tired, grumpy, and in no mood to suffer fools gladly.


18 Nov 2006 12:07:07
catiecat
Re: Anthony Gatto in Mexico #3


[email protected] wrote:
> Mickey Simple wrote:
> > Also amazing:
> >
> > Another 7 up club 360 with solid continued pattern after the turn. He also
> > easily flashes 10 rings with a 360.
> >
>
>
> Glad I didn't read this before I watched the video. These are what are
> known as "spoilers." In other words, they spoil things for the rest of
> us who haven't seen it yet. Dare I say try to contain your excitement
> and not talk about the best tricks in a video (especially a new gatto
> video after months of waiting) before a good week has past and most
> have had a chance to view it.
>
>
> -andy

If it's a new video that I'm actually interested in watching, I usually
just click the link and watch it before reading the comments. If I
haven't decided that I want to watch it yet, then comments are usually
pretty helpful.

Cate



18 Nov 2006 20:13:00
notsewkram
Re: Anthony Gatto in Mexico #3

Koenig1 wrote:
>
> http://www.tradebit.com/usr/anthonygatto/pub/8/Mexico3.mov
>
> Its amazing things in it. A 9 ring breakdown and back up to get you
> interested
>

Correct me if I'm wrong, but does he not do non-trivial siteswap tricks at
2:20 and 2:43? I thought he hated siteswaps.

Mark

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18 Nov 2006 21:01:00
ultimatewannabe
Re: Anthony Gatto in Mexico #3

notsewkram wrote:
>
> Koenig1 wrote:
> >
> > http://www.tradebit.com/usr/anthonygatto/pub/8/Mexico3.mov
> >
> > Its amazing things in it. A 9 ring breakdown and back up to get you
> > interested
> >
>
> Correct me if I'm wrong, but does he not do non-trivial siteswap tricks at
> 2:20 and 2:43? I thought he hated siteswaps.
>
> Mark
>

at 2:30 I saw 9999931 or 999992x2x depending on your view (I'm thinking
31). At 2:43 I saw 77731 with the 31 as a switch under the leg. That
could also look cool as 97531 with the 31 under the leg switch.

Personally I'm not sure Gatto hates siteswaps, just the obsessive way some
people juggle them. I see alot of siteswaps in his videos aside from
numbers like b171 and (66)(66)(60). You can't juggle without siteswaping
but you can try to avoid it on purpose. . . and you will fail.

BTW, Doesn't some asshole need to say that it's not a 10 ring 10 up
because he neither qualified before or after and it was sync? I happen to
love sync stuff because I never practice it and therefore suck at it.

Just pointing out how sync suddenly counts when the trick is that good.

UW

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18 Nov 2006 21:49:35
_hsj_
Re: Anthony Gatto in Mexico #3

I'm inclined to agree with [email protected], I prefer to be wowed,
impressed, surprised by the video itself rather than a short description
next to the download link.

Also, lillied asked people to "try to contain your excitement". A
suggestion for people to decide for themselves whether to follow or not.
Not potty at all imo.

Jay Linn wrote:
>
>
> Guh?
>
> People aren't allowed to talk about stuff in a public forum until
> you've decided you're good and ready?
>
> Absolutely potty.
>
> For the record, if you ever see my name on a post, I offer no warranty
> whatsoever as to what is included or excluded in the body of the post.
> Geddoverit.
>
> I suggest that if you want to avoid spoilers, you stop reading posts,
> which is plainly a stupid suggestion, but there you go. In the meantime,
> perhaps you should consider the plight of those poor misguided fools who
> like to read other people's commentary on net videos before they decide
> whether to download or not.
>



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18 Nov 2006 22:21:30
Mutton
Re: Anthony Gatto in Mexico #3

_hsj_ wrote:
> I'm inclined to agree with [email protected], I prefer to be wowed,
> impressed, surprised by the video itself rather than a short description
> next to the download link.
>
> Also, lillied asked people to "try to contain your excitement". A
> suggestion for people to decide for themselves whether to follow or not.
> Not potty at all imo.

Yes, I agree that no spoilers should appear on the same post that has
the URL, but any of the replies is fair game. This was Jay's point.


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19 Nov 2006 01:51:47
popstar_dave
Re: Anthony Gatto in Mexico #3

ultimatewannabe wrote:
> > Koenig1 wrote:
> > >
> > > http://www.tradebit.com/usr/anthonygatto/pub/8/Mexico3.mov
> > >
>
> BTW, Doesn't some asshole need to say that it's not a 10 ring 10 up
> because he neither qualified before or after and it was sync?

I think you just did.

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19 Nov 2006 00:29:28
Mickey Simple
Re: Anthony Gatto in Mexico #3

<[email protected] > wrote in message
news:[email protected]
>
> Mickey Simple wrote:
>> Also amazing:
>>
>> Another 7 up club 360 with solid continued pattern after the turn. He
>> also
>> easily flashes 10 rings with a 360.
>>
>
>
> Glad I didn't read this before I watched the video. These are what are
> known as "spoilers." In other words, they spoil things for the rest of
> us who haven't seen it yet. Dare I say try to contain your excitement
> and not talk about the best tricks in a video (especially a new gatto
> video after months of waiting) before a good week has past and most
> have had a chance to view it.
>
>
> -andy
>

Andy,

You raise a good point about spoilers. I'm glad you didn't read my post
before watching it.

I would be surprised and apoligetic if my post truly did spoil anyone's
experience.

Thanks to Koenig1 for the original post.

Hail to King Anthony!

- Michael




18 Nov 2006 22:45:23
Alan Morgan
Re: Anthony Gatto in Mexico #3

In article <[email protected] >,
<[email protected] > wrote:
>
>Mickey Simple wrote:
>> Also amazing:
>>
>> Another 7 up club 360 with solid continued pattern after the turn. He also
>> easily flashes 10 rings with a 360.
>
>Glad I didn't read this before I watched the video. These are what are
>known as "spoilers." In other words, they spoil things for the rest of
>us who haven't seen it yet. Dare I say try to contain your excitement
>and not talk about the best tricks in a video (especially a new gatto
>video after months of waiting) before a good week has past and most
>have had a chance to view it.

Oh, please. These are spoilers:

Rosebud was a sled. He was dead the whole time. She's actually a
man. He is Kayser Soyse. They all did it. He's actually the
Russian spy they've been chasing all along. The antiques dealer
killed them in a previous life. Julie doesn't actually *exist*.
There is no Tyler Durben. It was all a game (no, seriously! It
really was!). The narrator murdered Roger Ackroyd.

Saying that Gatto does a 10 ring pirouette is a *teaser*.

Alan
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19 Nov 2006 10:39:21
Andreas Folk
Re: Anthony Gatto in Mexico #3

Hm, Mexico1 and Mexico2 don't seem to exist anymore :(.... can anyone
upload it anywhere else?

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19 Nov 2006 10:58:06
romanzo
Re: Anthony Gatto in Mexico #3

Andreas Folk wrote:
>
> Hm, Mexico1 and Mexico2 don't seem to exist anymore :(.... can anyone
> upload it anywhere else?
>

They're still there, I just downloaded them :)
You can find the download links here:
http://anthonygatto.tradebit.com/files.php/8

-romanzo

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19 Nov 2006 11:53:39
_hsj_
Re: Anthony Gatto in Mexico #3

Mutton wrote:
>
> _hsj_ wrote:
> > I'm inclined to agree with [email protected], I prefer to be wowed,
> > impressed, surprised by the video itself rather than a short description
> > next to the download link.
> >
> > Also, lillied asked people to "try to contain your excitement". A
> > suggestion for people to decide for themselves whether to follow or not.
> > Not potty at all imo.
>
> Yes, I agree that no spoilers should appear on the same post that has
> the URL, but any of the replies is fair game. This was Jay's point.
>
>

agreed

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19 Nov 2006 17:34:46
ultimatewannabe
Re: Anthony Gatto in Mexico #3

popstar_dave wrote:
>
> ultimatewannabe wrote:
> > > Koenig1 wrote:
> > > >
> > > > http://www.tradebit.com/usr/anthonygatto/pub/8/Mexico3.mov
> > > >
> >
> > BTW, Doesn't some asshole need to say that it's not a 10 ring 10 up
> > because he neither qualified before or after and it was sync?
>
> I think you just did.
>

Just surprise Norbi didn't beat me to it. But for the record I don't
share his opinions on sync vs async.

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19 Nov 2006 13:17:34
Andy Dremeaux
Re: Anthony Gatto in Mexico #3


Alan Morgan wrote:
> Saying that Gatto does a 10 ring pirouette is a *teaser*.



So at what point does it become a spoiler? Once he's posted every trick
in the video? Certainly with the original post + the post I complained
about, the 3 most difficult and awe-inspiring tricks in the video had
been said. That kinda _spoils_ it for me. No, it's not quite like
Keyser Sose, but am I not allowed to have an opinion of what spoils
something for me?

And "oh please" yourself. This is standard internet/forum/newsgroup
protocol that seems to be practiced everywhere but here.


-andy



19 Nov 2006 22:35:39
Nerd
Re: Anthony Gatto in Mexico #3

_hsj_ wrote:
> I'm inclined to agree with [email protected], I prefer to be wowed,
> impressed, surprised by the video itself rather than a short description
> next to the download link.
>
> Also, lillied asked people to "try to contain your excitement". A
> suggestion for people to decide for themselves whether to follow or not.
> Not potty at all imo.
>
>

Until you stop top posting, your opinion is not worth taking into
consideration.


19 Nov 2006 23:16:04
Nerd
Re: Anthony Gatto in Mexico #3

ultimatewannabe wrote:
> popstar_dave wrote:
>> ultimatewannabe wrote:
>>>> Koenig1 wrote:
>>>>> http://www.tradebit.com/usr/anthonygatto/pub/8/Mexico3.mov
>>>>>
>>> BTW, Doesn't some asshole need to say that it's not a 10 ring 10 up
>>> because he neither qualified before or after and it was sync?
>> I think you just did.
>>
>
> Just surprise Norbi didn't beat me to it. But for the record I don't
> share his opinions on sync vs async.
>

I think sync stuff looks good. I know that a lot of non jugglers do too.
It looks much cleaner than async stuff.


20 Nov 2006 01:11:17
The Void
Re: Anthony Gatto in Mexico #3

Nerd wrote:
> Until you stop top posting, your opinion is not worth taking into
> consideration.

Call that a goading stick? Pfah!

I wonder why you posted that, Nerd, since you are living proof that being
repeatedly told that you're a
[insert your favoured term of abuse here] doesn't stop people from posting
on usenet.

The Void
.................
Merely an observer. And there's nothing to see here.

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20 Nov 2006 10:34:38
Mickey Simple
Re: Anthony Gatto in Mexico #3

"Andy Dremeaux" <[email protected] > wrote in message
news:[email protected]
>
> Alan Morgan wrote:
>> Saying that Gatto does a 10 ring pirouette is a *teaser*.
>
>
>
> So at what point does it become a spoiler? Once he's posted every trick
> in the video? Certainly with the original post + the post I complained
> about, the 3 most difficult and awe-inspiring tricks in the video had
> been said. That kinda _spoils_ it for me. No, it's not quite like
> Keyser Sose, but am I not allowed to have an opinion of what spoils
> something for me?
>
> And "oh please" yourself. This is standard internet/forum/newsgroup
> protocol that seems to be practiced everywhere but here.
>
>
> -andy
>

Andy,

My post (the second enthusiastic one) didn't spoil it for you because you
said in your original post that you watched the video before reading my
post.

You are speculating as to how it may have spoiled someone else's experience.

I think anyone who is sensitive to having their experience spoiled would
have, like you, and like Jay Linn described, not read other posts until
seeing the video.

Hail to Anthony!

- Michael