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Topic: New to the site
Message: Posted by: jkvand (Oct 13, 2002 08:12PM)
Hi everyone,
I just found this site a couple days ago, and like a good book, I haven't been able to put it down yet! This site is great! My name is Jeff, and I have been doing magic for about 12 years now, with a few years off in the middle. I've joined a local IBM ring in Pittsburgh, PA, and mostly like doing close-up and parlor magic. I am a pastor of a local church, and use gospel magic in many of my children's messages and other presentations. I've been thrilled with this Café so far and look forward to learning more!
Message: Posted by: Peter Marucci (Oct 13, 2002 10:28PM)
Welcome aboard, Jeff.
The great thing about this board is that we have people here of all ages, all backgrounds, and all skill levels.
And, even more importantly, we are all ready to share what we can.
:wavey:
Message: Posted by: Rod Lages (Oct 13, 2002 10:51PM)
Hey Jeff,
Welcome to The Magic Café! Looking forward to your posts!

Cheers,
Rod Lages :cheers:
Message: Posted by: Dr. TORA (Oct 14, 2002 01:38AM)
Hii Jeff :wavey: :wavey: :wavey:
Welcome to the number one Café on the net. Please have a cup of strong Turkish coffee on my bill.

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Message: Posted by: Moffmo (Oct 14, 2002 11:11AM)
Looking foward to your posts jeff.

Im glad to hear that you are making church more fun for the kids that attend!

Matt
Message: Posted by: douwe (Oct 14, 2002 12:03PM)
Welcome Jeff,

Great o see that there is a member from (I believe Rusia). O, and a question: What is your favorite magic?

Best regards,

Douwe
Message: Posted by: Margarette (Oct 14, 2002 08:41PM)
Welcome to the Café! :wavey:

Margarette
Message: Posted by: Dave Scribner (Oct 14, 2002 10:48PM)
Welcome to the Café, Jeff. We're looking forward to your posts.

Dave
Message: Posted by: jkvand (Oct 15, 2002 12:54PM)
[quote]
On 2002-10-14 13:03, douwe wrote:
Welcome Jeff,

Great o see that there is a member from (I believe Rusia). O, and a question: What is your favorite magic?

Best regards,

Douwe
[/quote]

I'm not from Russia, I'm actually a little closer to Pittsburgh, PA! With the way the Steelers are playing thus far, I may wish I was from Russia! Anyway, the type of magic I enjoy most is impromptu close-up, with parlor magic as a close second. Much of what I do is also gospel magic, but that is mostly regular magic that I adapt to have a gospel or Biblical message. Check out some of my posts! I've got a routine for the Soldier's Prayerbook that uses the whole deck. PM me and I'll share it with you. Looking forward to more magic - Jeff
Message: Posted by: Jimmy Lee (Oct 15, 2002 10:36PM)
Welcome to the Café.
There is always something new to learn here everyday. Do enjoy your stay.

A warm welcome from Singapore! :hotcoffee:
Message: Posted by: Scott F. Guinn (Oct 18, 2002 12:07AM)
Glad to have you with us! Enjoy the Café!
Message: Posted by: Michael Peterson (Oct 18, 2002 09:00PM)
Welcome to the Café, don't forget to get up & stretch you legs once in a while :dance:



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Message: Posted by: saheer (Oct 19, 2002 01:08AM)
[quote]
On 2002-10-15 13:54, jkvand wrote:
[quote]
On 2002-10-14 13:03, douwe wrote:
Welcome Jeff,

Great o see that there is a member from (I believe Rusia).
. . . .
Douwe

[/quote]

I'm not from Russia, I'm actually a little closer to Pittsburgh, PA!
. . . .
[/quote]

Well then, I, for one, am pleased to see a member from the Quaker state! :rotf:

Look forward to your posts and I hope the steelers can work a little magic this season for your sake.

:cheers:
Message: Posted by: Alpen (Oct 20, 2002 03:57PM)
Welcome Jeff
Message: Posted by: Victor Brisbin (Oct 20, 2002 05:07PM)
Glad to have you here. I hope that you will continue to enjoy your visits, and will contribute your insights on performing Magic. Pittsburgh has produced the likes of Paul Gertner. Sounds like you have an active Ring there.
All the best, Vic
Message: Posted by: douwe (Oct 21, 2002 10:36AM)
Whoops,

Geography is not my best subject. Sorry if you were afended.

Best regards,

Douwe