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Bill Cushman
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Anyone interested in The Dr's Billet Tear can currently find it for half off in Penguin's Cool Box at:

http://www.penguinmagic.com/p/3429

Best Of Thoughts,

Dr. Bill
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This is a great tear with a huge peek area. This is quite a deal at half-off. I got it full price, and it's just great to know.
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Definitely one of the best peeks out there. Get it!
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Get it, my favourite one that's been released...
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On Jul 8, 2016, Bill Cushman wrote:
Anyone interested in The Dr's Billet Tear can currently find it for half off in Penguin's Cool Box at:

http://www.penguinmagic.com/p/3429

Best Of Thoughts,

Dr. Bill



Do we only get half a pdf?

If I didn't already own it I'd buy it. Thanks Bill.
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Yup, it's highly recommended. It's quite brilliant.
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Quite possibly the most deceptive, instant access CT in existence. And surprisingly easy to do, after learning and practicing the method.
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This is one of my favorite go to tears.
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Bill Cushman
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Thanks all, truly flattered by your praise for TDBT. I think the sale is coming to a close soon. Sales exceeded my expectations.
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By a large margin the best center tear on the market
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My favorite CT.
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A good center tear is one thing I'm missing from my arsenal. I picked up The Dr.'s Center Tear and I'll say that I'm surprised at the simplicity of it. I'll be practicing it for awhile but I think this is a tear I'll finally use.
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Thanks for the kind words, Sven, gypsyfish and Robb. I'm humbled that so many people are using TDBT and finding it meets their needs so well.

Officially the Cool Box sale at Penguin says "sold out" but I think if you click the link it is still giving the half off price. If not, so long as it shows TDBT in the Cool Box, I'll honor the discount, just drop me a line.
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I agree with Robb, I also took advantage of the sale and am really pleased I did so. The written instructions are very clear to follow, they're well illustrated and there's also accompanying videos.
I'd struggled with the PCT in the past, in that I could never get it to appear natural, so I never used it.
I'm happy I got it at the price that I did, but if anyone's sitting on the fence about buying it I'll just say that I'd be just as pleased with what I'd bought if I had paid the regular price.
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I am still working on my handling, I experimented with "steps" but realized they didn't help (or hurt either). Timing is really key with this, as far as when to look.
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On Jul 12, 2016, Robb wrote:
Timing is really key with this, as far as when to look.


Robb, just ask your participant to hold out his hand as you mimic that action with your own (left) hand.
It's only natural to look down at your hand while you do this.

However, it's only going to look like you are looking at your hand but in reality you are looking at the info, which is in your right hand.

It's really simple and really deceptive. I think this is called the archer's glimpse (although I might be completely wrong on this)


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Thank you Briz, much appreciated.

Robb, which variation are you focusing on? E.E.s advice works fine for the basic and delayed methods and is pretty much one of the suggestions I offer in the "Justifying Your Gaze" section. Though I've never heard it called the archer's glimpse. Do you have a source for that E?

With the Flip variation, I break all the rules. I don't go as far as in the ad of course but there's a hint of that process. I know, I know but it works very well and no one will be watching your eyes.
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You know what? I have to confess I didn't finish the book yet! I got so caught up with the basic handling and playing with it, I forgot there was more to read! ;-)
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On Jul 12, 2016, Bill Cushman wrote:
Do you have a source for that E?



Not really, Bill.

I don't know why but I somehow think that's what it's called but I don't remember where that name came from.
Nor I remember reading it... Maybe I'm fooling myself. That's why I said I might be completely wrong on this one.

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On Jul 12, 2016, Bill Cushman wrote:
I've never heard it called the archer's glimpse. Do you have a source for that E?

I first encountered that phrase in Jas Jacutsch's manuscript with his center tear. I would expect anyone putting out a tear would have familiarized themself with his work on the CT. And I believe it is called the Archer's Gaze, but I could be mistaken as it has been decades and my manuscripts are not with me at this moment in time.
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