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Michael Baker
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Kent,

Maybe one day you'll grace us with a photo tour of your studio! It sounds great.

My magic occupies several areas of my home. Because I perform, build, and collect, it is best described as slightly organized chaos. When I can eventually put the needed work into it, my basement will become the magic dungeon. Climate-wise, it's actually better than most basements and should work well for an interesting display of the collection.

~michael
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mastermindreader
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On 2013-07-16 10:59, Kent Wong wrote:
I own a 1500 square foot, 2 storey magic studio where I house my magic, illusions and library. The studio is also set up with backdrop curtains, floor to ceiling mirrors, lighting, sound system, video equipment, change rooms and showers to accommodate full rehearsals. Overhead bay doors in the back allow for easy load-in and load-out of equipment.

Kent


Sounds like a perfect set up for shooting porn. What are you up to there, Ken? Smile

Seriously, it sounds great. My rehearsal room is my bathroom and my library is piles of books covering most of the rest of the place.
Kent Wong
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Porn huh? Hmmm .... Now, there's an idea. I wonder if I can get mirrors on the ceiling?!! Smile

Kent
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Al Angello
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Lobo
When I wear my Joseph A Bank wrinkle free wool dress pants women do take notice.

Landmark
I have a woman who won't hesitate to tell me when it's time for me to retire. I did hang up my unicycle, stilts, and chain saw a few years ago.
Al Angello The Comic Juggler/Magician
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"Footprints on your ceiling are almost gone"
landmark
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Wise move re the chain saw. Probably not a big hit on dates.
EsnRedshirt
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Mine is currently an ancient steamer trunk stashed in the garage.

It's larger than it looks on the outside...
Self-proclaimed Jack-of-all-trades and google expert*.

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Al Angello
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Landmark
I still do flaming torches, machetes, and bowling ball. In fact I can even do all three objects at the same time in your back yard at your next pool party.

BTW
When I met my second wife she loved the fact that I was a lot more exciting than her first husband was. (he was a pharmacist, and I'm a kids entertainer)
Al Angello The Comic Juggler/Magician
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"Footprints on your ceiling are almost gone"
ed rhodes
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I have some books and whatnot on my dresser. I have put together a magician's lair upstairs, a folding table with a chair and books, magazines, paint, brushes, scissors. I'm currently putting togther a popcorn box that I found in George Anderson's ''Magic Digest'' [and just lately found in my copy of ''The ORIGINAL Tarbell Course'']
"There's no time to lose," I heard her say.
"Catch your dreams before they slip away."
"Dying all the time, lose your dreams and you could lose your mind.
Ain't life unkind?"
Michael Baker
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When I was maybe 15, I had a friend whose magic lair was the space under the steps going to his basement. He had it set up with a chair and a desk. From that chair, he could turn and reach anything he needed, and it was absolutely packed with magic. It was like an airplane cockpit for a magician. Way cool!
~michael baker
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Bob1Dog
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Michael, you just gave a great example of the KISS principle.
What if the Hokey Pokey really IS what it's all about? Smile

My neighbor rang my doorbell at 2:30 a.m. this morning, can you believe that, 2:30 a.m.!? Lucky for him I was still up playing my drums.
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