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Rupert Pupkin
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On Jun 6, 2019, magicfish wrote:
Penguin? I'm sorry I'm not following.


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Oh my. Again with this online magic dealer? Thanks but no thanks. I don't need a "penguin" website to know what a sanada is.
No wonder magic shops are having difficulties. Good lord.
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Magic shops are having difficulties nowadays because the amount of information that can be covered in a 4 hour "penguin" lecture is crazy. For example, David WIlliamson taught most of his greatest effects in a couple hours in a $30 download. Also gave lots of great tips and updates on a few things hes published in the past. I have williamsons wonders which is a great book, however, you just cant beat the bang for the buck with some of these downloads. I myself do enjoy a good book, I have many of them. These penguin magic lectures and reel magic magazine lectures are tough to beat beacause often times the creator shows updated handlings and multiple versions of previously published routines.
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On Jun 7, 2019, Bobby Forbes wrote:
Magic shops are having difficulties nowadays because the amount of information that can be covered in a 4 hour "penguin" lecture is crazy. For example, David WIlliamson taught most of his greatest effects in a couple hours in a $30 download. Also gave lots of great tips and updates on a few things hes published in the past. I have williamsons wonders which is a great book, however, you just cant beat the bang for the buck with some of these downloads. I myself do enjoy a good book, I have many of them. These penguin magic lectures and reel magic magazine lectures are tough to beat beacause often times the creator shows updated handlings and multiple versions of previously published routines.

Interesting, Bobby, thanks.
I guess it is up to us to make sure this “penguin” website doesn’t harm competition.
I’m doing my part.
Now if you’ll excuse me, I’m off to the magic shop.
Conus
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Vanish the pieces as you would any small prop. No need for gaffs or gimmicks -- after all, we are magicians.

PM me if you wish.
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Conus, the idea is simple. But with torn pieces being different sizes and shapes, for me there is always a chance for something to move in a way you don't expect, unless you put them in one location that can handle them.

I appreciate the posts above. I really miss going to a good magic shop, as much trouble as it was getting there way back in the day.
Now, you order online and learn from some very nice people, and also there are those who try to misunderstand you and harass you as much as they can. I prefer the magic shop days.
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Countrymaven, I answered the original poster via PM. Thanks again and all best.
- Conus
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I use a vanish hank has a pocket in it for the vanish looks magical ! get one on ebay for like 8.00
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You can "make" your own vanishing hank with a r....r b..d. Just as you vanish a coin. Probably easier to do this than trying to find a pocket.
Cost? use one of your hanks/bandannas.
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