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magilius
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Hello,

I have read some books but I can't find an answer to this question:

Is it really possible to steal a woman's collar without damaging, neither one or the other of course?

Thank you very much for your reading suggestions and help.

Please excuse my English.
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Like magic, we can fix English. We look forward to your posts.

Bob Sanders
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PS --- The necklace may take more than a magician. As a matter of practice I always only touch another's jewelry if handed to me.
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I agree. I don't want the liability if something were to happen to it. There's no way for me to prove it was damaged BEFORE I decided to "borrow" it without their permission for a magic trick.

Mark.
magilius
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Thank you very much Smile
Jerry
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Is not standard practice to ask for volunteers and also to make clear that items will be taken during the demonstration, but in clear view of the audience?

That is what this section is about, pickpocket "performance", yes?
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I understand better the difficulties and dangers of steal on stage a necklace.

I started reading the book "The Professional stage pickpocket" Ricki Dunn. I will surely find another better idea. Goodbye necklace Smile
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This will be a switch for me.

I will recomend James Coats and Nicolas Byrd's Encyclopedia of pick-pocketing has a dvd that shows how to 'borrow' a necklace.

I believe it is a good idea with how they set it up.


Bob Sanders- I understand that is your opinion and you are allowed to have it. However this is the pickpocket section, so saying that you won't do any steals sort of puts a bad vibe for the room.

Just saying,

mrunge- Hey Mark, you have to use good judgment when 'borrowing' items from spectators. If you think it might break, don't touch it. Just leave it alone.
If you can't see if its an easy break, then don't bother.

Its all about making a good judgment calls when performing.
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