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EVENT
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Hi
have you seen this ?
any review?
http://www.hocus-pocus.com/magicshop/

thanks
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Yeah, I've been waiting,, but it's been very quiet.
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This is an updated version of a U.F. Grant classic. Jheff has written a good review here:

http://www.marketplaceofthemind.com/trutest.html

Good thoughts,

Bob
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Thanks Bob, nice review.
EVENT
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Thanks
it sounds really amazing
looking forward to hear other opinions as well.

thanks
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It's mother, in a magazine.

Beautiful.
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Actually, the original Tru Test was the forerunner of the MOABT.

Just to show how times (and prices) have changed, I bought Grant's Tru Test around forty years ago for under ten bucks.

Good thoughts,

Bob
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The production qualities of this are fabulous.
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Yes, it looks really good.
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Nathan added an nice additional touch, that's not found in MOAB, concerning the order of words.
I won't get into specifics, but will say that it provides the opportunity to do a very strong added phase to your routine.

Have yet to do the necessary work to put this 'together' (I only received it yesterday), but it does show lots of promise.

e
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I'm interested in this but my only concern is the page f---e. Will the page selection create any suspicion?
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No
EVENT
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What I don't understand is how is it like mother if you don't need to 'pump' the first letter as he says so on the trailer?
and they choose ANY word.
sounds not bad to me.
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Actually, you don't have to pump the first letter in Mother either. There are many ways of getting around that.

Best-

Bob
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Is it U.S. specific, please? I'm going to pass if it is...
I've asked to be banned
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The pages are designed to match those in Time or Newsweek magazines.
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I wish there was a version to be used with magazines like People or US, with more appeal to ladies and younger audiences.
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On 2012-03-06 16:20, mastermindreader wrote:
Actually, the original Tru Test was the forerunner of the MOABT.

Just to show how times (and prices) have changed, I bought Grant's Tru Test around forty years ago for under ten bucks.

Good thoughts,

Bob



Dang Bob, I didn't even think you were forty years old!

J
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I'm not. I have a time machine. I use it when I want to buy stuff cheap.

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On 2012-03-07 07:15, johncesta wrote:
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On 2012-03-06 16:20, mastermindreader wrote:
Actually, the original Tru Test was the forerunner of the MOABT.

Just to show how times (and prices) have changed, I bought Grant's Tru Test around forty years ago for under ten bucks.

Good thoughts,

Bob



Dang Bob, I didn't even think you were forty years old!

J


It's not so much the fact that he bought it 40 years ago that impresses me, it's that he remembers what he paid for it!
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