Q: Can you juggle while eating an apple?
A: Yes I can. I choose not to. Juggling while eating an an apple takes as much skill and coordination as it does to be spoon fed mashed potatoes. Many jugglers perform this "trick" because it it easy, gets a great response, and requires no brain activity to create.
Q: Can you juggle chainsaws?
A: I suppose I could. I've never tried. I train to be the best juggler in the world. I don't spend my time practicing "evil knievel in appearance" juggling feats. I can say that unless you're juggling more than 3 chainsaws, it is not more difficult than juggling 3 clubs.
Q: Can you juggle fire?
A: No. I can juggle torches that have fire on a kerosene soaked wick at its end. Again, it is no more difficult than juggling clubs. It is more dangerous only if you use a lot of hairspray or just rinsed off in gasoline.
Q: Are you in the circus?
A: Unless you've asked me this question while I am inside of a circus, the answer is no. If you mean, "do I work in the circus", the answer is still no. I do not like circuses. People confuse juggling with the circus however my juggling will be on the moon before it is ever in the circus.
Q: Would you ever accept the Golden Clown award?
A: Did you say clown?
Q: Can you juggle me?
A: It depends on your weight. If you weigh up to 18 pounds, I can juggle you and 2 other objects of similar weight. If you weigh between 19 to 25 pounds I could probably only flash you.
Q: Can you juggle all the balls, all the circles and all the
bowling pins at the same time?
A: First of all, the circles are called rings and what you refer to as bowling pins are called clubs. Secondly, I own several dozen balls, rings and clubs. It is humanly impossible to juggle that many objects of varying weights, shapes and sizes. So, no.
Q: Who inspires you?