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Lord Of The Horses
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On 2007-07-13 20:43, johncesta wrote:

My stuff!

John


John, did you really write MY STUFF ????


Woah... Thank you! I'm flattered!


But do not be so humble, YOUR STUFF is quite good too. Smile
Then you'll rise right before my eyes, on wings that fill the sky, like a phoenix rising!
Jim-Callahan
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I thought he was talking of my stuff!

Oh now I am lost!

J ack

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Mick Ayres
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Hey Paleomagi...thanks for the vote(s)! I do appreciate it.

Best,
Mick
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Corinda - 13 Steps
Richard Osterlind - Mind Mysteries vols 1 thru 7
Max Maven Videomind (used copy from eBay)

(did I mention I got started in Mentalism in the last year Smile)

Seriously: The best things I got this year:
Blankjack (from Magic Magazine, September, 2006, pp 114-115.)
Banachek - Psychological Subtleties 2
Royal Magic ESP cards
Practice what you present.

Present what you practice.
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On 2007-07-13 17:27, chichi711 wrote:
Keeping my money in my pocket this year has been my best buy. Its been great!


I take that back. Tea with Jack and Alice was well worth me pulling out my wallet. Outside of that the best thing I have done is kept my money in my wallet. I am also looking forward to Jeromes Cloud Busting Book. That should be great!!
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MAXIMUM INVOLVEMENT
psychicturtle
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For me it's the following:

Mendacity, Consecution, and Triangle by Patrick G. Redford
Mitox By Phill Smith
Naked mentalism by John Thompson
Lecture notes by Kennedy
Luke jermay Lecture DVD
FlippingWonderful
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For me, a few.... in no particular order;

Physcological Subtleties 2 by Banachek
The "Collared" prop by John Archer/Alakazam
Garden of the Strange by Caleb Strange
Mel Meller's Tickling the Mind DVDs
fishwasher
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Tea with Jack and Alice Smile
Sayn lay narn, marli?

http://www.bizarremagic.net
Bedford
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Psychological Subtleties 2 by Banachek
Designing Miracles by Darwin Ortiz
Sinister by Outlaw Effects
Eye of the Ripper by Doug Higley (hasn't arrived yet but I know it will be excellent!)
The Alchemy Moon Collective
Find us on Gemini Artifacts
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On 2007-07-13 17:27, chichi711 wrote:
Keeping my money in my pocket this year has been my best buy. Its been great!


Did you go cold-turkey or did you get professional help?
Perhaps you have been in re-hab!
Without exposing too much, could you share the name of the clinic?
:)
TJ
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On 2007-07-13 06:16, Piers wrote:
Some of Luke Jermay's material...
Piers.


Could you say which one (or more)?
TJ
teejay
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On 2007-07-13 18:26, ElliottB wrote:

TJ and Tom,
Thanks so much for voting for Switchcraft.
What a great way to start the weekend!
Elliott Bresler
[/quote]

I'm sure that Switchcraft is going to be a TOP book for a LOT of people for a
LONG time
LOL
TJ
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If the criteria is "best buy" I'd have to say Relic, if for no other reason than a replica of this that was NON-gaffed would probably cost twice as much. And the same effect, if sold by a major magic distributer, would likely cost 3-4 times as much, and be made with inferior materials.
ChristopherM
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Designing Miracles, Pure Effect and Absolute Magic.
asanghi
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Free Will of Order by Jimmy Fingers
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Outlaw wallet!
corpmagi
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Stealth Assassin 1.1
A Modern Trade Show Handbook
www.trafficstoppers.com/handbook
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Theater of the Mind!
BH_Magic
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From the little material I've bought this year I have to say Daniel Love's Dream Signs is beautiful. Takes a small amount of learning and working with it, but what a handling of a classic effect!
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