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Stu on Yogo

August 19th, 2009 3 comments
Stu Cranstence explains an ancient ritual

Stu Cranstence explains an ancient ritual

In recent years yogo has become very popular.  But most people don’t know a damn thing about it.

First of all, yogo is over a hundred years old. It was invented by the ancient Egyptians.  Back then, nobody spoke English.  They only spoke Chinese.  That’s why it’s called yogo.

Questions about Yogo moves- “Why are they called jumping jacks?”
No one knows why they are called ‘jumping jacks’. Why do you think scientists are studying it in the first place?
“Why are women not allowed to be yogo instructors?”
Can you imagine if women were allowed to be yogo instructors. Nag! Nag! Nag! Day and night! Night and day!  That’s why there are no women yogo instructors.
Now you know.

Stu Cranstence heads to another scientific conference

May 23rd, 2009 2 comments


Ride along with Stu Cranstence as he makes his way to a scientific conference. On the way he points out some things like how certain natural formations were formed and discovers clear evidence of ancient ceremonies performed by the ancient king in this area. He teaches  us about the dangerous mountain lion and it’s habits at certain times of the year.  Stu thinks he may have to stop on the way and get some more findings, because he wants to make sure that he impresses the scientists. The rest of the trip will be covered in a subsequent video.