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Hi everybody

I was watching Penn and Teller Fool Us, and after the trick of Nick Einhorn, Penn Jillete says "We´re close to a century to combined NOLOGIV(I don´t know if is write like this) magic.", and when Michael Vincent appears in his video, says "They are a very Inologible magicians." Someone can explain whats this terms means?
The episode is Penn & Teller: Fool Us Season 1 Episode 5.

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Thanks my friend!
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