Devil Sticks with Neil Stammer

The following is the contents of the "Devil Sticks with Neil Stammer" video. It lists the times in minutes:seconds, and gives a brief description of the different clips on the tape.

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00:00 - 00:35 Opening shots and credits
00:35 - 01:35 Introduction
  Talked a bit about devilstick history and types of devilsticks (standard devilsticks vs. flowersticks).
01:35 - 02:50 Basic Devilstick Beginnings
  Hand stick positions, starting position and standing position.
02:50 - 03:10 Single Sticking
  Hitting the devilstick with each handstick once in basic idle (tick-tock).
03:10 - 03:35 Double Sticking
  Hitting the devilstick with both handsticks in basic idle (tick-tock).
03:35 - 04:20 Half Flips
04:20 - 05:00 Full Flips
05:00 - 06:45 Under the Leg
  Putting the handstick under the leg, straight leg kick, passing the devilstick under the leg and leg rolls.
06:45 - 07:40 Behind the Back
  Each side and half flips with behind the back.
07:40 - 09:50 Helicopter Spins
  Helicopter taps and using both handsticks to get helicopter spins.
09:50 - 10:30 Curls
  Neil version tosses the devilstick up at the peak rather than keeping it on the handstick and curling it all the way around.
10:30 - 12:05 Propellers
12:05 - 13:05 The Buzzsaw
13:05 - 13:50 Hooks
  The same thing as arm traps (trapping the deviltick between your arm and handstick).
13:50 - 15:10 Tricks with Handsticks
  Static Tricks and Handstick Flips.
15:10 - 15:30 Chopsticks
15:30 - 16:15 Two Sticks
  Two devilsticks at the same time.
16:15 - 16:50 Holding Pattern
  This is one of Neil's trademark tricks. It's a propeller spin around the handstick where the devilstick always stays in contact with the handstick. A very quick, flashy move.
16:50 - 17:10 My Favorite Trick
  This trick is a propeller, to a behind the back propeller. Then he tosses the devilstick in the air, releases the handstick, catches the handstick around the front and catches the devilstick keeping the propeller still spinning. Nice, very nice.
17:10 - 18:25 Putting it Together
  This is Neil's devilstick routine.
18:25 - 21:20 Fire Devilsticks
  Fuel, lighting and using a fire devilstick.
21:20 - 22:25 End Credits

Video index done by James J. Barlow.