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Sammy the Kid
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I already loaded a card with a razor blade to force and then "levitate". I'm experimenting with a sort of "linking rings" with key chain rings. Now I'm kinda at a standstill as to what can I do with an $8 TT. Any suggestions would be great.

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Try an impromptu "Chop Cup" routine with a water glass and a wadded up napkin or bill.
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You can stick it...anyhwere you want? Smile
Well almost...
Maybe if one as a magnet inside ones sleves between the elbow and wrist, one can pull the sleeves of the left arm back (TT on the right T) back and deposit the TT behind the arm, it would be completely hidden from all sides, if ones arm is resting against ones body.
One also then can retrieve the tingy sagain the same way.
Maybe that isn't so bad..
It's not a trick, but maybe a way to get rid of that tool.
Hejjj, nobody yet designed a *hook*-TT, one could do the same thing with a such one?
Problem is, one can get hurt Smile
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How large are your nostrils? Smile
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Correct me if I'm wrong, but I didn't think he wanted to know how or where to ditch the TT, just more ways of using it.
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Ask danny archer. he has a great routine for this.
saw it at his lecture. some comedy. some fun. and it's a fooler.
just ask dan watkins.

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I second Frank on this one. Danny's lecture was great and I really liked the routine he had for this. Working on a similar routine myself.
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On 2005-03-30 17:51, Dave VanVranken wrote:
Correct me if I'm wrong, but I didn't think he wanted to know how or where to ditch the TT, just more ways of using it.


Well, I didn't want to be extremely rude, but one never knows! I did have some other ideas, as well.
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Keep it away from your credit cards!
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My nostrils are actually much bigger since aquiring this little gem. However, due to an iron deficiency in my mucous, magnetic booger picking is still just a pipedream. Also, how do I contact this Danny Archer feller?

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Just send a PM to "Danny Archer" as he's a member here.
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It's either on working alone or still working alone.
I think that's the name of the lecture notes.

I found that though Danny's material was not what I would consider
blockbuster knucklebusting it was a well put together lecture
with great material for a stand-up show.

I was impressed and still consider it one of my favorite lectures.

His lecture paved the way for me to do stand-up magic.
I'll forever be grateful.
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Danny has some excellent material. He is also a really nice guy. We worked the Hot Springs convention together last year.
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Yes, Danny has some good material in his well put together lecture notes. Recommended.

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