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Gede Nibo
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LMFAO!! Smile
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I would suggest you get the current occupant's permission in writing.
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Gede Nibo
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Morals and bizarre be like oil and water--cant mix Smile













ok ok, to all the Moral superheroes, I just kidding....
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What if we don't dig them up, but they come up anyways? On their own?
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Hooray!

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Seems kind of redundant to ask the question after the performance, yeah?

-- Topher
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Topher

It is a way to get attention for the latest video withour saying, "look what I found on the web, what do you think of this?"

Tony
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I rather play with dead things than watch that video . Just because Steve put if Graveside magic is your thing in the title of this forum dose not mean to do it magic on there grave . Have some class
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Quote:
On 2006-08-22 15:10, Gede Nibo wrote:
LMFAO!! Smile


lol .. I just noticed the "F" in there, Baba, and wondering what it could mean.
So.. many.. ..possiblities !!! Smile
Here's my favorite choices:

Laughing My * Arse Off:
* Firby
* Flatulent
* Fabulous
* Flamboyent
* Flacid
* Flagitious .. (look that one up !)
* Fibrous
* Felonious
* Familiar's .. (not your own !)
* Feline .. (see above )
* Facetious
* Fatuous .. (look that one up too)
* Faultless
* Fastidious
* Frivilous
* Flirtatious
* Flammable .. (see flatulent above !)
* Flaxen .. (yeaaaaahh riiight..)
* Fleabitten
* Fluorescent
* Flouncy
* Fluffy
* Foppish
* Fomented ..or even fermented
* Formaldehyde-preserved
* Forlorn
* Fossilized / Fossiliferous
* Foul-smelling
* Fraudulent
* Freakish
* Frankenstein
* Freeze-dried
* Freeloading
* Freemason
* Frenetic
* Frightening
* Frittered
* Frizzled
* Frolicking
* Frostbitten
* Frothy
* Frutescent ... (look that one up, lol)
* Fudge-packed .. ewwwww....
* Fuliginous
* Fumigating
* Fundamentalist
* Funereal .. (I didn't know that word existed until tonight !)
* Fungal
* Fungoid
* Funky !
* Furry
* Furious

..but most probably,

* Famous !! Smile

So, what DID you mean ? Smile

Okay, that took waaaay too much of my time to do !
Yer worth it though, bud.
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Hi Tony,

Completely understand that. But I think we would all agree that mOzerian should take a bit more pride in his work. Whether you agree with the topic or not, the production of 'Sleight' is miles ahead of most of the half-baked, webcam gear you see most magicians publishing online.

Well done moz. Aussie represent!!

-- Topher
Tony Iacoviello
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Not having seen them, I'll take your word for that.

Tony
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Tony Tony,

You mean all this commenting, and you have not seen the episode yet....what are you waiting for...

Infact no one as yet has actually commented on the show itself, apart from Topher, cheers topher that cash should arrive in your account tomorrow.....jaja

did anyone notice the dog doing a poop in the back ground...haha.

What about some other details which become oh so important, like the girl licking her lips whilst trying to comprehend what just occured.....
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Last motnh, an spanish mentalist, Anthony Blake, has an special on tv, and performed some effect in a cemetery....

everything with respect, but... if your are watching Tv and see a magician performing a trick, using your father tomb as a table.... mmmmm... iam not sure ...
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MOzerian

I've not commented on your videos because not having seen them, I cannot. Truthfully, I have not interest in seeing them. My interest is in making what I do better and more meaningful to my audience and me. Watching someone perform in his own made-for-evideo program does not aid in my goals. Yes, it might be an interesting or amusing diversion, but I'd rather not. I'd rather take my influences from poetry, mythology, music, movies, and life. There are so many areas to learn from, that watching a child perform card tricks in a grave yard does not even enter the equation.

But thank you for asking.

Best wishes on your next installment.

Tony
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I suppose some of us fall into the trap of seeking inspiration for all eternity. It's action that counts in the end.
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I would sugget not doing it. Chris Angel just had a few pics on his web site with him lying in shorts over Houdini's grave. Caused a BIG outrage amongst us Escape Artists. I personally just found it disrespectful, but hey, that's life. Why not just make a Cemetary with props? You can make it look beter than any cemetary that you can find and NO ONE would care, including the dead. :o)

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No offense wolflock, but if you can make a fake cemetary with props to look as good as a real one....then you must indead be the undead.

and you have obviously not seen the video yet.
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MOzerian,
I watched "sleight" and I must say.. congratulations, mate... Great job on ALL the episodes.
Look forward to the next season !
Tony... some episodes are really nice to watch... It's not just a kid doing card tricks... The book test and the dangerous monte are my favourites !
But I agree, poetry, etc.. are great sources of inspiration !
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All I know is that I performed a bounce juggling routine off of some graves once for a vid and Ive never felt self concious about it. Most people don't respect the living and then there the ones that want to judge weather or not other people respect the dead. Then again I grow up around a funeral home my fathers a mortition so were always joking "inappropriately"
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There are certain lines we are all willing to cross or not. And we define those limits for ourselves and must live witht the ramifications, but we have no right to inflict our values on others. If we choose to gather an audience and bring them willing to a place, and execute our effects, that is one thing... but infringing upon sacred sites of others to do so, isn't on in my books.

And I know that I am going to sound like my Dad, but just because others do it don't make it right. To exploit the pain, anguish and sacred sites of another for our gain, is really an area I choose not to tread upon. I am sure I can find plenty of eerie places to "ply" my bizarre trade without having to sensationalize my work by trying to add to the effects in this way.
Crazy people take the psycho-path thru the forest...
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