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Mehtas
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'useless' objects

What ?????

Nothing from Ben Harris ??? Smile Smile
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Creative and funny!
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Those were great!
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The keyboards... Smile
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#9 may be useful for some. Being right handed I don't know how awkward it is for a lefty to use the usual left sided door knob. This at least gives one a choice. Good idea.
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On 2013-06-27 05:46, irossall wrote:
#9 may be useful for some. Being right handed I don't know how awkward it is for a lefty to use the usual left sided door knob. This at least gives one a choice. Good idea.
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Except it's hinged on both sides so it can't actually be opened...
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Kind of like the linking ring key ring with two gaps in it...
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Where is the inflatable dartboard, helicopter ejection seat, and submarine with a screen door?
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Useless? Ye (... they?) of little creativity!

The square rolling pin is perfectly useful on a catenary-shaped countertop or cutting board!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=53dnYTOCKZM
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If one does not understand the usefulness of the useless and the uselessness of the useful, one cannot understand art.

 -  Eugene Ionesco
If there is a single truth about Magic, it is that nothing on earth so efficiently evades it.

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Talking of useless objects.
What's that useless bit of skin between the scrotum and the sphincter?
Never mind,I remembered....Mel B.
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Useless? Ye (... they?) of little creativity!

The square rolling pin is perfectly useful on a catenary-shaped countertop or cutting board!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=53dnYTOCKZM


Of course! I've been wondering what to do with my spare catenaries. They were hanging around useless as telephone wires for the longest time.
The blood-dimmed tide is loosed, and everywhere
The ceremony of innocence is drowned;
The best lack all conviction, while the worst
Are full of passionate intensity.--Yeats
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In our art of magic I think we ought to use the weather more, as it was used in magic in days of old. People felt more connected to nature than they do today, by virtue of their partaking in a succession seasonal festivals. Ones magic act, I suggest, could change with season, so that one perhaps would have four. Thus making usefulness of the weather in a magical way.
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On 2013-06-27 05:46, irossall wrote:
#9 may be useful for some. Being right handed I don't know how awkward it is for a lefty to use the usual left sided door knob. This at least gives one a choice. Good idea.
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Except it's hinged on both sides so it can't actually be opened...


I have no doubt that hinges could be designed to "lock & release" in such a manner to make such a door possible. I am surprised that a Magician would think such a thing impossible.
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On 2013-06-27 14:36, EsnRedshirt wrote:
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On 2013-06-27 05:46, irossall wrote:
#9 may be useful for some. Being right handed I don't know how awkward it is for a lefty to use the usual left sided door knob. This at least gives one a choice. Good idea.
Iven Smile
Except it's hinged on both sides so it can't actually be opened...


I have no doubt that hinges could be designed to "lock & release" in such a manner to make such a door possible. I am surprised that a Magician would think such a thing impossible.
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Nah, not impossible. But incredibly impractical. The extra mechanisms would make it break more often. Far too much effort for such a small thing- As a lefty, I can say doorknob position is not a big deal.
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Iven and Redshirt. Are you guys sinister, or merely gauche?
The blood-dimmed tide is loosed, and everywhere
The ceremony of innocence is drowned;
The best lack all conviction, while the worst
Are full of passionate intensity.--Yeats
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Make mine gauche Smile .
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I just looked in my top desk drawer and I found a big pencil eraser, two 35mm film cans, two pair of old glasses, my Swiss army knife, a 35mm camera, and an address book to keep my important telephone numbers in. I did have a skate key, but I can no longer find it.
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On 2013-06-27 18:08, Ray Tupper. wrote:
Talking of useless objects.
What's that useless bit of skin between the scrotum and the sphincter?
Never mind,I remembered....Mel B.


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On 2013-07-01 02:18, Pakar Ilusi wrote:
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On 2013-06-27 18:08, Ray Tupper. wrote:
Talking of useless objects.
What's that useless bit of skin between the scrotum and the sphincter?
Never mind,I remembered....Mel B.


:exclaim:'



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