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I know this question has been brought up before, but what are your opinions of the terms like "knuckle-busters" or "finger-flingers?"


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Hi Greg,

I'm not quite sure how to answer your question because I don't know what your definition of finger flinger is....

I will learn any sleight no matter how hard it is, if it's the best one for the job.

In the end I want things to look like real magic. By any means necessary.

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Nathan
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Well, all I meant was do you consider it a derogatory term? I know of some magicians who do, and feel it's hurtful because it's accusing their moves as "hard" when they are really meant for a purpose. Any thoughts? Smile
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I don't believe that the term "finger flinger" is always used in a deragotory sense. Hollingworth could be called a "finger flinger" in the best of ways.
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