Unicycling in the media

I was watching Madman of the People last week and saw a reference to unicycling.
One of the reporters was at a meeting of a neo-virgin group and they had a large
poster on the wall for a juggling and unicycle arts festival. It had a drawing
of a unicycle on it.

Its not much but I take what I can get.

Beirne

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RE: Unicycling in the media

>I was watching Madman of the People last week and saw a reference to
>unicycling. One of the reporters was at a meeting of a neo-virgin group and
>they had a large poster on the wall for a juggling and unicycle arts
festival.
>It had a drawing of a unicycle on it.
>
Was this poster mostly red, with blue & yellow balls, and blue & yellow unicycle
wheel, and black unicycle frame, tilted on an angle? If so, I haven’t seen it.

Ha ha. Actually, if it is, I may have a stack of those very same posters. We
won’t know until my move is finished and I get myself organized in California.
Let me know if this was the poster you saw, and I’ll tell more about the
festival that I performed at.

John Foss, President International Unicycling Federation unifoss@cerfnet.com
voice: (516)731-7613

RE: Unicycling in the media (fwd)

Forwarded message:
> From bkonarsk@mcs.kent.edu Thu Oct 13 22:23:19 1994 Message-Id:
> <Chameleon.941010232419.unifoss@> Date: Mon, 10 Oct 94 23:20:21 PDT Reply-To:
> unifoss@CERF.NET From: unifoss@CERF.NET To: unicycling Subject: RE: Unicycling
> in the media
>
> >I was watching Madman of the People last week and saw a reference to
> >unicycling. One of the reporters was at a meeting of a neo-virgin group and
> >they had a large poster on the wall for a juggling and unicycle arts
> festival.
> >It had a drawing of a unicycle on it.
> >
> Was this poster mostly red, with blue & yellow balls, and blue & yellow
> unicycle wheel, and black unicycle frame, tilted on an angle? If so, I haven’t
> seen it.
>
> Ha ha. Actually, if it is, I may have a stack of those very same posters. We
> won’t know until my move is finished and I get myself organized in California.
> Let me know if this was the poster you saw, and I’ll tell more about the
> festival that I performed at.

The poster was mostly red, but the balls & unicycle looked black. It was off in
the background some, though, and I had to look quick, so I can’t say for sure.

Beirne

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