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Face
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To: rannie ... Do you perform magic to fool magicians?

Well anyway, I bought it also, and I forgot where did I put it so now (since it`s invisible) I can`t find it anymore Smile Smile

Next ... I highly reccommend, they should add a turbo pull and then something that makes this pull invisible and finally something that makes the thing, that made the pull invisible, invisible.

Or how about self working thumbtip? Or a thumbtip, that appeares back on youre thumb later, when you need it again?


OK, I`ve had enough laugh for now...really funny thing Smile Smile
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On 2006-03-11 18:59, Face wrote:
To: rannie ... Do you perform magic to fool magicians?

Well anyway, I bought it also, and I forgot where did I put it so now (since it`s invisible) I can`t find it anymore Smile Smile

Next ... I highly reccommend, they should add a turbo pull and then something that makes this pull invisible and finally something that makes the thing, that made the pull invisible, invisible.

Or how about self working thumbtip? Or a thumbtip, that appeares back on youre thumb later, when you need it again?


OK, I`ve had enough laugh for now...really funny thing Smile Smile


Yes! As a matter of fact I do! It is requested from me in my circles. I am a regular lecturer and I feel that Magicians deserve to be entertained as well. It is the most thoughtful thing that you can do to a fellow magician.

To those who said that the idea of using a pull is "stupid", well I really can't contest to that since this is your opinion though it strikes as cruel, however, I feel the more stupid thing to do is to just gun down an idea just like that.

The most stupid methods some times do the job. This is a forum therefore any ideas should be respected or at least taken with an open mind and heart.

Have fun with finding ways gentlemen, if you are great with a TT , then congrats, let the "not so great" use other means.

Peace,

Rannie

aka The Boss
aka The Manila Enforcer

PS, Face, check out my routine in the coins section and see my 4 coins and a glass routine and see how magicians enjoy being fooled.

All the best!
"If you can't teach an old dog new tricks, trick the old dog to learn."

-Rannie Raymundo-
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aka The Manila Enforcer

www.rannieraymundo.com
www.tapm.proboards80.net
Zac Vee
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I totally agree with what Rannie said(every idea is needed in magic, old,new, stupid, clever etc), plus I highly recommend watching Rannie's video in the show me the money section it’s really entertaining with a kicker ending that fooled everyone.



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I think if we look at this as a thumbtip with a pull, it lacks appeal.

But as a pull that (conveniently enough) can be concealed upon your thumb, it certainly has potential, at least among those doing their vanishes mechanically.


Regards,

-jjg
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