Anna Gregoline | January 23, 2004
According to this, juggling causes changes in the brain. So if I get the brain changes first, can I then learn to juggle? Cause I can't juggle worth shee-at.

Jackie Mason | January 23, 2004
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Scott Hardie | January 23, 2004
Interesting indeed. And it gives hope that us uncoordinated flops can learn something like juggling. :-) I've always wondered if juggling is similar to playing a drum set, from a brain-structure perspective.

Anna Gregoline | January 23, 2004
That's interesting, I wonder too - I'm positive I read somewhere about drummers having a different brain structure...

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