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Bill Cushman
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Very nice Sudo, thank you for sharing your moment of Zen
ThoughtThief
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Sudo has a gift for elevating simple effects into events through thoughtful choice of premise and tight, intelligent scripting. TTCRFH is another lovely example of his talent.

Thank you, Sudo.
Doc Willie
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This is wonderful. Wonderful simple technique, wonderful presentation, wonderful gift. Much good Karma to you.

It is one of the few tricks I have seen where I want to keep the original presentation.
adiabaticman
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Thank you for sharing this with me, Sudo. I really enjoyed reading this. It is a very nice presentation for a simple, yet deceptive card trick.
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I'd like to share my thanks to you also Sudo for offering this routine to the community. A nice narrative that justifies the actions but, more importantly, engages the spectator. And really fascinating to read the development of the idea. I performed this today, following the script very closely, and it went over wonderfully! Very much appreciate your generosity and creativity Sudo!

- Ross
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Things that Cannot Remain Forever

I have read this routine and like the basic idea. I can see this being an engaging routine. It is a cute routine that would play well.
I think that it would be cool to change the theme to maybe a darker atmosphere and even change how the sitter gets to the pay off. Using tarot cards or blanks cards with drawings on them would be cool.

I love how Sudo used a well know idea without really using it? That is what I like about this routine. If I was to make this fit me, I would add another element like having the sitter roll dice or maybe use a pendulum chart and pendulum to arrive at the desire outcome. I hope that those that have this get what I am saying without saying it.

Great routine and it has me thinking…. Sudo, thanks for sharing this. Bottom line is that this is a really nice routine. Hands down, I like it.



Ray
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This like many of Sudo's routine is like mini theater. It is so engaging and inspiring and enough to change anyone's mood. It's got to put a smile on your participants face with a mixture of the mysticism. I woke up the next day with the theme to Little Orphan Annie playing in my head. The sun will come out tomorrow...
John C
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On Jul 10, 2018, Sudo Nimh wrote:
Darn it. The first few copies that went out contain 2 or 3 small typos because I accidentally uploaded an older version. Grrr.

If you received one of those, I'll be happy to give you the proper version. It annoys me to no end that this happened. Smile

Sorry.


Don't sweat the small stuff. Smile
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Sudo Nimh
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On Jul 23, 2018, John C wrote:
Don't sweat the small stuff. Smile


Appreciate the sentiment, but I only wish it were that simple. Sweating the small stuff is very often the difference between an 'ok' effect and a 'great' one. Smile
Tim Cavendish
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This is really nice. The trick is simple, but it uses a strong principle to disguise the working and the script elevates it and makes it worthwhile.

Math artfully wrapped in Poetry -- that's a Sudo Nimh hallmark.

Thanks once again!
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Hi Mr. Sudo,

Your box is jammed again.

Could you kindly include me?
If yes, Sixtenmagic@optonline.net

Thanking you in advance.

Warmest regards,
Sixten Smile
Race Blakhart
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Sudo, even if I'm too late for this one, shoot me a pm when you can please. Was going to message you but had to save it as a draft.
KieranS
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Hi Sudo, I am not sure if I have replied to this too late but I have tried to message and it is saying error ? Sorry I am quite new to this site !!
B.W. McCarron
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Sudo,

Thank you for your generous offer. I tried sending you a PM, but your mailbox is full. I'm not surprised, because your effects rock! May I, too, obtain the link for your Things That Cannot Remain Forever Hidden manuscript? Thanks in advance.

All the best,

--Brett
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