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Sam Griffin
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I got a giant sponge ball and was wondering what the heck you can do with it...
Lol any suggestions?
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You can find answers on this previous thread:

http://www.themagiccafe.com/forums/viewt......orum=115

Also, I own a Dissecto Arm Chopper, and will not be chopping any arms in front of kids. The sponge ball I have fills the hole nicely, and I can pretend to be chopping off a number of smaller sponge balls, really doing a repeat production.
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Change a regular size one into it.A nice ending to a routine.Cordially,Howard
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Micahel Finney has a great Sponge Ball routine with a Giant Sponge Ball. It's avaliable on his DVD set as well as on the "World's Greatest Magic" Sponge Ball DVD.
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On 2006-11-15 11:29, impossible man wrote:
You can find answers on this previous thread:

http://www.themagiccafe.com/forums/viewt......orum=115

Also, I own a Dissecto Arm Chopper, and will not be chopping any arms in front of kids. The sponge ball I have fills the hole nicely, and I can pretend to be chopping off a number of smaller sponge balls, really doing a repeat production.


I always put the wrist chopper into my kid show right after the bullet catch. Sometimes I do Smash and Stab before the wrist chopper.

I'm just kidding! I don't do kid shows. Ever.
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Try out Jay Sankey's DVD. He uses four regular sponges and one jumbo sponge. He teaches different rountines.
Sam Griffin
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Which jay sankey dvd is that one on, thanks for the replies.
"When we are on stage, we are in the here and now."
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Earplugs. http://www.penguinmagic.com/product.php?ID=170 I have been doing sponges for years. I noticed several dvds and books that teach unnecessary moves. But Jay's fit in perfectly. I noticed the dvd for sell a few years ago. Some how it did not interest me. I brought it a few days at a convention. I regreted I did purchase it earlier.
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There is also a routine in the Sponge Ball Book that was published by Ireland's. It is still in print through Magic, Inc.
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