"Okay, so the more sheer a fabric, the more flammable it is. Natural fibers are better then synthetics (unless specifically made high heat, like kevlar). So, cotton, wool, slik, leather are your friends. When in doubt, go thicker.…"
"I think I speak for all the tool makers out thee when i say: "figure it out yerself, fail 100 times, learn something from every 1/3rd failure...."
Depending on the strength of your flame you're gonna want at least 4"…"
"You could hoop to Rocky Horror for all a guy is gonna care.
Wear a red bikini (maybe with strategic hearts/bows/etc) and tie red ribbons off the hoop. Maybe have a robe or trench coat over the bikini. Pop the outfit, do your thing end up on…"
"I started putting the buttons on the side rather than inside or outside and have kept doing it out of habit. If on the inside, you might accidentally activate the button. If on the outside, you might scrape it or activate it. On…"
"The truly difficult problem with saying anything confidently about burn care is this: Every person and every burn is different. This as a given, it's nearly impossible to form a clinical study on burns such that it would make most…"
"Yup, that's the one, I found the PDF on my drive.
Unfortunately, I don't have a single better solution. I do have a lot of information that I gathered some time back from most of the larger Burn Units in the US.…"
"I have 2 points:
1) you mention a bucket of water, but you don't say what to do with it. While I think water can be a great thing for first aid, it's actually very hazardous around the fuel station. You can sethe results on a…"
"Same thing we use to teach in the poi world. Start with a move you can do in your sleep. Let's say waist hooping. then, take all the other tricks you know and figure out how to smoothly go from waist hooping to that move and back…"
Hi Tedward, Gotta question for you. Sometime ago, you shared a video with me of a Geisha fan dance with collapsible fans that you made. I've been checking your site but I don't see these fans. Do you sell them? If so, how can I find out more about them? (I'm really interested to hear if they close with a flick of the wrist, like a regular fan?) Thanks for your help.