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Joe Shabadoo spins for the Nike Boyz on 6th St. Austin - July 4, 2013

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Here's Joey Jo Jo Jr. Shabadoo of AArrow Ads spinning for the Nike Boyz, on 6th Street in Austin, Texas, on July 4th of 2013. This was the first time I've spun literally in the street without a problem or hassle of any kind. A few times in the video, you can see bicycle cops ride by me, and all is good. Several people wanted their picture taken with me, and after the last guy who wanted that, got his pic, I insisted that I get a picture with him. lol Night spinning is a bit more difficult because we need to be able to see the sign while doing all these spins and tosses and tricks. Also since there was so much pedestrian traffic all around me, I had to be very careful with the sign, not spinning nearly as much as I'd like to, and dancing a lot more than usual. It all worked well for that crowd, and I didn't hit anyone with the sign. However there was one negative little thing: I was holding the sign with folks walking closely around me when a guy walking by me slapped the sign out of my hands, and it hit the ground. I figured since that guy did it, HE should do the push ups after the sign drop. But I didn't press the issue. I had fun! 6th Street is the most amazing party spot there can possibly be.

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Here's Joey Jo Jo Jr. Shabadoo of AArrow Ads spinning for the Nike Boyz, on 6th Street in Austin, Texas, on July 4th of 2013. This was the first time I've spun literally in the street without a problem or hassle of any kind. A few times in the video, you can see bicycle cops ride by me, and all is good. Several people wanted their picture taken with me, and after the last guy who wanted that, got his pic, I insisted that I get a picture with him. lol Night spinning is a bit more difficult because we need to be able to see the sign while doing all these spins and tosses and tricks. Also since there was so much pedestrian traffic all around me, I had to be very careful with the sign, not spinning nearly as much as I'd like to, and dancing a lot more than usual. It all worked well for that crowd, and I didn't hit anyone with the sign. However there was one negative little thing: I was holding the sign with folks walking closely around me when a guy walking by me slapped the sign out of my hands, and it hit the ground. I figured since that guy did it, HE should do the push ups after the sign drop. But I didn't press the issue. I had fun! 6th Street is the most amazing party spot there can possibly be.

Please check out: https://www.facebook.com/Ni...

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