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rannie
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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PQhWqp8fDEc

Here is a fun routine with a hint of message. I hope you enjoy it fellas!

Something from Manila...

Rannie
"If you can't teach an old dog new tricks, trick the old dog to learn."

-Rannie Raymundo-
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vinsmagic
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A lesson in Life \
great no I have no clue,, how you did that excellent work
the godfather
and welcome back from Honk kong
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On 2007-11-08 21:39, vinsmagic wrote:
A lesson in Life \
great no I have no clue,, how you did that excellent work
the godfather
and welcome back from Honk kong


Vinny I'd give you a clue haha this is a product of him and someone else special. lol I guess the boss is once again in love. hahah. great execution boss, it's unusual seeing you touch emotions with dramatic routines like in E&J- but i, for one, love it. MORE! see you soon
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Fooled me.
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That's a nice little rattle!
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Very nice. Most magicians today neglect patter as a major component of the effect. With the proper patter even the simplest effects take on an air of awe and wonder.

Rannie, you keep inspiring me to be the magician I hope to one day be.

Thanks for sharing your magic with us.
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SCARY MAN!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
I love it Brother and like Vin and Pete, YA GOT ME!
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Great job - thanks for sharing Smile
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That's why Rannie is known as "The Boss". Man, he fools me everytime!
"Of all words of tongue and pen,
the saddest are, "It might have been"

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The magic effect was so beautifully blended with the storyline; you don't see this type of tricks around everyday.
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Hi Rannie,

Whaou, a lot of emotion in this little box.
Well done my friend.
But you can keep smoking..... Just a bad joke! I say that because I want you to open your emotion box more often.
Regards my friend

Arthur
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Well done, Ilove the patter
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Great job! Thanks for sharing.
Walk around coin box work check it out here https://www.magicalmystries.com/products
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Boss, that was poetry.. Beautiful.. subtle use of the coin and the box. Emotionally engaging.
imagine the possibilities... endless...
aiki
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Hey Rannie,

Great job, love the patter and the way it is tied into the effect.

I call first dibs on your "51st State" Philippino coins after all that smoking makes it so you can not do magic anymore. Smile
Ray K.

Till we meet again!
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Rannie,
beautiful story, beautiful effect.

Thank you for sharing this.

Fooled me too.

Tom
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Very nicely done Rannie I am impressed. I hope things are well with you.
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Thanks for giving me the heads up on that Rannie...Beautiful routine. It really made me smile. I needed that today.
Thank you
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Rannie
Great trick, you fooled me too.

Wouldn't it be great if Rannie did a US lecture tour. Rannie my friend I would love to attend your lecture, and buy you dinner.

Mickey
Where ever I go these days I bump into you. I'm not surprised that we have lots of mutual friends.
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Thank you my friends! I strive to to find magic in everything around me. I try to share these things to all my magician friends that they may find the side of magic that is often forgotten. The side which involves the mind, the emotion...the heart that makes magic meaningful and unforgettable. I relentlessly work on my sleights and create sleights on a day to day basis in order to further enhance my magic and moreover return something to this wonderful community of ours. I am happy that my simple offering made some of you smile.... well ... I never wanted to fool but rather entertain you guys. LOL it was fun fooling you as well...LOL! I have to be honest there ha ha ha! For the laity, I just want them to escape from whatever harsh realities that bum them out on that given moment. Magic has been wonderful....many a times... and life has been kind and generous to me. Thanks for allowing me to share.

On the technical side.... "Lesson in a box" utilizes a marketed item that is often used just as a gag. The sleights involved are found in Bobo's but I use a variation using the Crimp that I have grown to love.

Peace from Manila!

Rannie
"If you can't teach an old dog new tricks, trick the old dog to learn."

-Rannie Raymundo-
aka The Boss
aka The Manila Enforcer

www.rannieraymundo.com
www.tapm.proboards80.net
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