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That's pretty cool! I like how he took this trick that some layman know and just made it a lot more commercial!
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Nice ad Ted.
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What ad?
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I have to say Jeff gave me a gimmick to try out and it's great! It allows you to do some seemingly impromptu,organic, AMAZING magic and it's a lot of fun to use. You'll also come up with a bunch of ideas on your own once you start playing with this. If you choose you can even leave a spectator with an "impossible/altered object" they'll want to keep. I carry it with me all the time. Really good stuff!
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Very mediocre IMO. Nothing new here.
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Hum, ive never seen the paddle move used like this before...its in your hands, its impromtu....seems strong to me
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I was lucky enough to help Jeff make the gimmick for this effect, so I've seen it from the beginning. I can vouch at how powerful of a trick this is. It uses something that tons of people have on them and happens completely in their hands. It doesn't get more powerful than that
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So over 300 people have viewed this post but only 225 watched the performance...kind of odd
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On Jul 10, 2014, Kozmo wrote:
So over 300 people have viewed this post but only 225 watched the performance...kind of odd


I think you need to present the Scoop in a more exciting way, Kozmo. It was a bit minimalist for Café tastes.

A scoop is a lot like a beautiful woman. You have to dress it up to show off its full potential. Maybe you should pass the scoop on to Jamie next time? He's a master scooper.

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I was doing the paddle move with the bic logo for a long time with a borrowed lighter. This could add a climax but a very simple routine is still effective.
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I was doing the paddle move with the bic logo for a long time with a borrowed lighter.



Smile Smile Smile
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On Jul 10, 2014, Kozmo wrote:
So over 300 people have viewed this post but only 225 watched the performance...kind of odd


I think you need to present the Scoop in a more exciting way, Kozmo. It was a bit minimalist for Café tastes.

A scoop is a lot like a beautiful woman. You have to dress it up to show off its full potential. Maybe you should pass the scoop on to Jamie next time? He's a master scooper.

Tommy Skoops


A scoop is a lot like a beautiful woman.
LOL ,i like it

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Tomsk192 has a deep understanding of how to break news for maximum impact.

He has reached the level of 'Sensei of the Scoop".
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Thank you, Jamie!

I intend to celebrate this accolade by eating Belgian chocolates and drinking fine wines.

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I was doing the paddle move with the bic logo for a long time with a borrowed lighter.



Smile Smile Smile


just saying it worked very well with audience !
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So over 300 people have viewed this post but only 225 watched the performance...kind of odd

It's people like myself returning to this thread to read further comments.
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Lol...its a great trick
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I see two potential problems with this trick.

1. If no one has a bic lighter, you can't perform it. (and smokers are literally, a dying breed)
2. On the other hand, if more than one person in the group happens to have a Bic lighter, they're liable (even likely) to check out the Bic logo situation on their lighter and they will discover things aren't as you said.
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Na, just borrow a lighter....its impromtu....and theres no reason why you cant simply take 2 lighters out....they can look at both at the end....
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