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Message: Posted by: Bizzaro (Sep 28, 2001 10:38AM)
Nuff said'

Message: Posted by: JaquaiGul (Oct 23, 2001 09:31AM)
OK Bang, bang, bang. You're dead.

Message: Posted by: Scott F. Guinn (Oct 23, 2001 07:11PM)
Message: Posted by: Bengi (Oct 31, 2001 05:51AM)
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Message: Posted by: Magicman0323 (Oct 31, 2001 06:49AM)
This thread scares me :eek:
Message: Posted by: Michael Peterson (Oct 31, 2001 07:42AM)
Left handed bacon blenders do get a much better reaction from dyslexic puppies.But do remember to shave your hamsters.

(sorry, I just wanted to be involved somehow)

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Message: Posted by: Robin Parker (Oct 31, 2001 07:47AM)
I perform the "fire-wallet" and from it produce the bills for slow-motion transpo during my restaurant work. I'll do great magic but still during my performance the kids want to see the fire wallet again & again. Cracks me up!
Message: Posted by: Mya Angel (Oct 31, 2001 10:17AM)




Message: Posted by: bunkyhenry (Nov 18, 2001 04:39AM)
That Kaps fire wallet really gets a reaction. It is one effect you can do over and over and everyone still roars... every time!

And not much skill involved. Isn't that usually the case? I have owned several but each one seems different(although all were of high quality) Does anyone know if there is a catalogue with the different types of wallets pictured?
Message: Posted by: Bengi (Nov 18, 2001 01:33PM)
Back in the late '70's a good friend of mine was into both photography and magic. He always carried one of those now-antique cube flashbulbs in his pocket. Being a magician, he, too, carried his trusty flash paper!!!

He was not aware that static from the keys he carried in his pocket would set off the flash cube....which in turn would ignite the flash paper!!!!

Talk about FIRE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Bengi :rolleyes:

(This might belong in "It's not magic"....but couldn't resist!!)
Message: Posted by: Jeb Sherrill (Dec 16, 2001 08:46PM)
Ever try blasting fire by filling your mouth with Ronsonal and spitting it at a flame indoors and setting your shower wall on fire, along with your face? Thatís it, Iím trying gasoline next time. BOOM :angel: Boom

Sable :dance:
Message: Posted by: M.P.D. (May 7, 2002 06:25AM)
I'd give my right arm to be amidextrious. :dizzy:
Message: Posted by: Andrew Wong (May 30, 2002 04:15AM)
On 2001-09-28 11:38, Bizzaro wrote:
Nuff said°¶


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Message: Posted by: Paul Jester (Jul 11, 2002 03:58PM)
Er.. Jeb Sherrill, I hope I'm not too late but, er... if you want to firebreathe, use pure parrafin (kerosine if you're in the USA), make sure its pure... (phone the manufacturers, tell them why). Anything else and the risk of blowback (when the flames get into your mouth (can callapse lungs)) vastly increases or there is stuff in it that will seriously mess up your insides. For more info on fuels check this out (and yes I know its a long address): http://www.jugglingdb.com/news/article.php?id=<3d1cdf90$0$19904$bed64819@news.gradwell.net>&thread=&date=2002-06-30+20%3A14%3A01

For more info on technique, PM me.

Jester_Juggler :clown: