GregMcMahan 
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Re: “Confusion, chaos in the wake of the Starlight Drive-In murder

Mitt Lenix was an amazing man. I've worked with him for many years at circus camp, a summer day-camp for kids. He taught acrobatics, juggling, unicycling, stilts, cartooning, magic and other subjects. He was very popular among the kids, who called him "Mittens". We also did occasional gigs at various events around town.

Mitt performed with his friend Judah Andrews at the Georgia Ren Fest in the act called "Breaking Point". He loved doing these shows, and they were very entertaining. He go to display his martial arts and juggling routines.

As noted in many of the new stories, Mitt was a world renowned martial artist, and he held the worlds record for high kick. During circus camp Mitt would have a child hold a balloon on the end of a long stick, about 8-9 feet in the air, and he would leap up and kick the balloon, popping it (with a thumbtack taped to his toe). The kids loved it!

As if that weren't enough, Mitt was a member of the national guard, having served in Iraq as a medic. That experience enabled him to become an EMT here in the states. He was studying to be a doctor.

Mitt will be missed by a lot of people

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Posted by GregMcMahan on 05/16/2012 at 8:15 PM

Re: “Could you be frozen solid, then broken into a million pieces?

Mythbusters did a segment involving liquid nitrogen and freezing heads.

Posted by Anonymous on 05/20/2010 at 12:46 PM

Re: “The lost world of City Hall East

If they decide to sell off (or better yet give away) anything, please contact me!

Posted by Anonymous on 05/04/2010 at 10:55 AM

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