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Magic Tad
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I understand in busking you do not typically ask for money but it is implied. I have a booth at a craft fair and plan to sell some hats and animals while getting the word out about my birthday party show. I had planed to sell one balloon, animals for a buck and hats for five, and balloons with balls in them for three. Am I in the ball park? Thanks Magic Tad Smile
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I wouldn't sell them any cheaper.

If you want to get the ball rolling, wear a balloon hat.
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Magic Tad
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Thanks Bill By the way I love the wizzard out fit I am making one my self and hope to do as well. Magic Tad
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How much is a twisted animal worth???

Hopefully several years in prison and hate mail from PETA.

;)

Nathan
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To write a good routine is something.
To really entertain an audience is everything.
Bill Palmer
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Depends on how much you twist it and how badly!

:donut5:
"The Swatter"

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My Chickasaw name is "Throws Money at Cups."

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themagicofjoseph
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Would making a balloon with a habit on...make it a twisted sister?
nathanallen
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(groan) good one!
Nathan Allen, The Maniac of Magic
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To buy a prop is nothing.
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To really entertain an audience is everything.
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That's nun-sense.
jaxonlee
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There's always so much Monk-eying around in here!
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