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kenscott
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Hey

I know we have been talking about the PB&J trick and Bruce Bray has a terrific routine. I see that he has joined up with the Magic Café and hope he will share with everyone.

Ken
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Ken,

I posted the link to Bruce's PB&J routine a while back under the thread "A Great Link if You Perform for Children." I got it from Silly Billy's website. Here it is again:

http://www.sillybillymagic.com/MOcolumns.htm

I agree that his routine is very good. I've been having lots of success with it recently. Thanks, Bruce!
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Nalu:
Thanks for posting that link. Do you know what version he uses? Timothy Wenks? I have a Timothy Wenk version and I just love it.
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Kyle,

I use the Timothy Wenk version. It has lasted for years. I took all the jelly out of grape jelly jars and spray painted the inside with a flat black spray paint Be sure to let the spray paint dry completely just in case the jar hits the floor at some point. At least you wont have broken glass AND wet paint to clean up. I also think that using a grape jar is better than strawberry because the contrast when they "switch" places is greater.
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That is one terrific routine! Thanks for the link, Nalu. And thanks for sharing the routine, Bruce.

Ron
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I can't see the routine.Can someone please post another link?Thank you.
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Bruce passed away a few years ago. The link may no longer be available Smile
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Donald Dunphy
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Bruce Bray's routine was once published in Silly Billy's column in Magic Magazine. But I don't know which issue. I know that Silly Billy shared a select few of those columns onto his website at one time. But hey, 2003 was a long time ago from 2019!

I don't own a copy of the new book, "Super Sized Silly" (Silly Billy), but it's my understanding that Silly Billy re-published a number of his Magic Magazine columns into that book. And (the late) Bruce Bray is mentioned as one of the contributors in the table of contents, with "Hey Bozo, Are You Blind? / Understanding Look, Don't See." So, maybe that means that Bruce's PB&J routine is in that book (I think that was the title of the column that featured Bruce's PB&J routine). Maybe someone who owns that book can verify.

https://www.sillymagic.com/super-sized-silly-t-of-c/

https://www.sillymagic.com/product/super-sized-silly-book/

So if you want that routine, I recommend buying that book.

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martinkaplan
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The routine is in the book pages 25-27.
Donald Dunphy
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Martin -

Thanks for checking & verifying.

- Donald
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