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glatner
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Hi everybody,

I have Gregory Wilson's manuscript on Watch steal and I'm almost ready to give it a try, I was wondering if any of you might have some ethical pointers, I don't want to run into any legal or moral issues.

thanks

glatner
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Well be aware of our surroundings. If you in a part of town that is known for crime and cops, do not steal. That is what you are doing... stealing. Make sure your people like you. Do not try ti steal the idiot's watch that is giving you hell. There have been situations were you try to give the man his watch back and he crys out " Mine was a rolex!" and there is nothing nothing the cops can't do. You were stealing... warm them up. Do not do it to often to the same people.

Just some pointers.
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And don't start with stealing!
Let everybody know that you're a good guy, a magician
Also take care that the staff of the house knows you're a magician/pickpocket
And be ready to explain yourself when you get caught!
Good luck!
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ThanksGuys,
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