New Paddle Move discovered in Santa Barbara

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Postby Jonathan Townsend » 04/06/10 08:38 AM

Looks cool for the ultra closeup folks.

May have application to multiple out type tricks.

On a related note, if you google Santa Barbara Paddle... there's another site that seems popular though for different reasons I hope.
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Postby Brian Marks » 04/06/10 12:11 PM

Yes they found this paddle move in an ancient text buried next a almost complete skeleton of a T-Rex. Oddly enough Dai Vernon is credited in the ancient text as the inventor.
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Postby Jonathan Townsend » 04/06/10 02:20 PM

Dai Vernon got Mark Bolan and Steve Took together to form the band?
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Postby Jeff Haas » 04/06/10 07:29 PM

It's always nice to see your alma mater make another breakthrough.
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