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LordM
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Tom Mullica has some great ideas on Improptu magic. check out his videos.
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JP

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Parson Smith
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I agree with Socrates. 'The Magic Book' by Harry Lorayne needs to be on the reading listfor every beginner.
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newguy
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Am I the only one that thinks the On The Spot and Off the Cuff videos are no good? Too movey, too contrived. Yikes!
kuroko
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On the spot is good..
and we must not forget about "simply harkey"
Paul D
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While at Boomers in vegas at a meeting a few months ago I sold On the spot to Jeff McBride I told him that he should know everything in it but he still bought it I think he just has a crush on Greg Wilson.
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