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Jim-Callahan
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My work is not offered right now/
(In reply to the two posts above)

It will be in two weeks.

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On 2008-02-29 19:53, Rupert Bair wrote:
Ziplock bags aren't household items/that make isn't in the U.K....any more suggestions? Still could work but I'm looking for a well made baggie style one Smile I could make my own but bet theres someone that makes quality ones.

M:C


Ziplock style bags ARE available here in the UK.

ASDA, Sainsburys, Tescos etc.
Good Thoughts.


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My wife has the ultimate change bag: Every morning, I put my dirty clothes in, and somehow that evening, clean clothes come out.


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My uncle has a similar thing, he fills his bag up, waits for his wife to change it for him...she's gets called a p*ss-taker quite a lot these days...
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Thanks to a spelling mistake - an Ong/Force Bag

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VEr5__qMHhI

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Tryed the clear bag the items that I am trying to force looked funny and to bulky. The force bag had trouble keeping the other non forced items closed meaning it look like I was trying to keep one side closed. I need something a little more flexiable. the item I am forcing is half the size of a twinkie and almost that fragile.
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Try Guy Bavli's Inter Net bag
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Can trinity contact me please. I don't see a pm link.
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On 2008-03-02 07:54, wizardofthenorth wrote:
UFB from Jason Paltergeist is good http://www.paltergeist.com/products.php


I'll have to say not very good on this bag. Mine broke on my 10th performance of Red Carpet. Cheap, doesn't hold up. Maybe it was just mine.

I am using the Carlyle bag now. Very good.

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On 2008-03-12 15:21, lamystique wrote:
Can trinity contact me please. I don't see a pm link.


I PMed you.

My apologies about the PM button being off. I forgot that I had done that. Its back on now.
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I'm hoping Osterlind's Transparent Forces is good................as I've just bought one
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I know this may seem like a silly question but where can one learn to make a good forcing bag out of a clear Ziplock? I mean, I can think of ways but I'm not so sure what I'm thinking will work without some fumbling.

If anyone can point me in the right direction, that would be great.
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I wish I would have seen your post earlier John because I bought the use the force bag, and it is a bag that you would get at the mall after buying a bottle of cologne, but clear.Seems very cheap.
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Any idea about where I might find a Carlyle-style force bag, Ziploc, but jumbo size? Perhaps even bigger than the 2-gallon bags? Or, perhaps better and similar to Cameron's post, could someone point me in the correct direction to make one myself from those super-large ziplock bags?

Any help at all would be appreciated!
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Imagine for a moment that you have a bag completely empty that can be examined. You could then have the bag filed with hand written billets that came from your audience members. The billets are mixed and one removed. IT IS YOUR FORCE BILLET. How would that be possible?

Ponder that and post your thoughts. I'll come back with how I would do it.
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I would do a bag switch using a topit as I turned.
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On 2011-02-19 17:23, jdmagic357 wrote:

Imagine for a moment that you have a bag completely empty that can be examined. You could then have the bag filed with hand written billets that came from your audience members. The billets are mixed and one removed. IT IS YOUR FORCE BILLET. How would that be possible?

Ponder that and post your thoughts. I'll come back with how I would do it.


Pondering . . . . Pondering . . . . Pondered!!! Smile Smile

OK, tell us what you have. Smile

In the meanwhile, one might like to checkout Creative Magic's:-

Pandora Bag

&

Pandora Bag Review

Smile
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OK, tell us what you have. Smile



Nope the bag would be ordinary and could be clear plastic.

Come on people, with the collective knowledge base we have here on the Café, you guys can deduce something different from the standards, can't you?
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Then let's go with Bobser's idea. Smile

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On 2011-02-19 20:52, bobser wrote:

I would do a bag switch using a topit as I turned.


No Smile

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On 2011-02-19 22:02, jdmagic357 wrote:

* Nope the bag would be ordinary and could be clear plastic.

* Come on people, with the collective knowledge base we have here on the Café, you guys can deduce something different from the standards, can't you?


OK, stop teasing and quickly get to the point. Tell us what you have to . . . Smile Smile

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I'm going to play hard to get and wait till more people have at it. After a few days and more guesses I'll give it up in the inner thoughts section. Till then keep guessing or no show. Smile
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