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The traditional origami throwing star is four-pointed, but, like the rest of this ancient art, it requires a skill for paper folding and is fairly complicated to make. This version of the paper throwi...
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so does anyone else remember taking an entire afternoon to make these so you can have a giant throwing star war with some friends?
 
"requires a skill for paper folding and is fairly complicated to make"

What? Is eHow intended solely for paraplegics or kids who've lost thumbs to tragic combine accidents? How is the four-pointed version remotely complicated to make? And how is it more complicated than an 8 pointed version?
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