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Topic: His name is what????
Message: Posted by: mmreed (Feb 5, 2009 10:18AM)
Ive been struggling like a pedophile in a retirement community to come up with a street name (pardon the cheeky analogy) I don't want to use my own - too blah.. too plain... want some privacy...ect...

I was jotting down a bunch of ideas and would like some feedback...

Marc Hazzard (since I do some bizzare stuff like razors... but in a comedy/stunt way)

Marc DeCardz (though I do not do a lot of cards...)

Marc Mayhem (since I do some bizzare stuff like razors... but in a comedy/stunt way)

Magic Marc R (magic marker play on words)

Marc Nobody (call me mr. nobody)....

Mr. Nobody (Nobody does magic like that!)

I just cant find one that hits home.
Message: Posted by: Mark Rough (Feb 5, 2009 10:35AM)
Mr. Celophane
Message: Posted by: Yellowcustard (Feb 5, 2009 11:36AM)
Keep trying its hard to make your Marc when just starting.
Message: Posted by: manal (Feb 6, 2009 01:58AM)
"Marc the Herald" angels sing.
Message: Posted by: TheAmbitiousCard (Feb 6, 2009 02:06AM)
Marc DeSouza ?
Message: Posted by: pepka (Feb 6, 2009 02:41AM)
Nah Frank, that'll never play. ;-P

Mark, I have an idea or two, you'll get'em when I get my sponge balls!
Message: Posted by: gallagher (Feb 6, 2009 04:05AM)
"I've decided to keep the name most people call me. Hi, I'm "Lousy"."

Hey Marc, think of the promotional angle, "Folks you've all seen "The Best", now something different,... "The Worst",... Hi, I'm Lousy!"

all the best,... I mean `the worst',
gallagher

p.s.: I always thought, "Ini-ini", would also be a cool magician's name. Probably wouldn't get any magician-convention-gigs though.
Message: Posted by: mmreed (Feb 6, 2009 07:12AM)
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On 2009-02-06 03:06, Frank Starsini wrote:
Marc DeSouza ?
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I LIKE IT!
Message: Posted by: mmreed (Feb 6, 2009 07:17AM)
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On 2009-02-06 03:41, pepka wrote:
Nah Frank, that'll never play. ;-P

Mark, I have an idea or two, you'll get'em when I get my sponge balls!
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I never thought I would hear the words from my wife saying, and I quote...

"Get Pepkas balls off our kitchen table!"
Message: Posted by: professorwhut (Feb 6, 2009 01:43PM)
Marc O. Thabeast
Marc Myword
Lefta' Marc
Marc Antinomy
Marc Blaine
Message: Posted by: Bill Palmer (Feb 6, 2009 06:13PM)
Saint Mark
Mark Angel
Miss da Mark

Mark This (sniff)
Message: Posted by: Dynamike (Feb 6, 2009 06:56PM)
Marc Alot
Marc Me
Marc Sick
Marc Eye
Marc Fun
Marc Star
Marc Diamond
Marc Love
Message: Posted by: Michael Baker (Feb 6, 2009 09:43PM)
Just go by Marc. It becomes very identifiable. Have the audience say your name loudly three times: "MARC! MARC! MARC!" Now they all sound like hairlip dogs. (rim shot)

Your name then becomes an acronym: M.A.R.C.

Put it on a sign. Tap each letter as you say the following...

M.A.R.C. = Magic And Razor Comedy
M.A.R.C. = Magician Approaching. Run, Children!
(bragging on himself) M.A.R.C. = Magician Acts Real Cool
(something goes wrong) M.A.R.C. = Magic Act, Real Cheap!
(Hat line) M.A.R.C. = My Act Requires Cash!
(Hat line) M.A.R.C. = Make A Real Contribution!
Message: Posted by: Jim Wilder (Feb 6, 2009 10:17PM)
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On 2009-02-06 22:43, Michael Baker wrote:
Just go by Marc. It becomes very identifiable. Have the audience say your name loudly three times: "MARC! MARC! MARC!" Now they all sound like hairlip dogs. (rim shot)

Your name then becomes an acronym: M.A.R.C.

Put it on a sign. Tap each letter as you say the following...

M.A.R.C. = Magic And Razor Comedy
M.A.R.C. = Magician Approaching. Run, Children!
(bragging on himself) M.A.R.C. = Magician Acts Real Cool
(something goes wrong) M.A.R.C. = Magic Act, Real Cheap!
(Hat line) M.A.R.C. = My Act Requires Cash!
(Hat line) M.A.R.C. = Make A Real Contribution!
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Mike... excellent, and the reason you will always be my teacher... and why I hate to follow you.
Message: Posted by: Mr. Pitts (Feb 7, 2009 11:46AM)
A take on Gallagher's idea.. I'm thinking of perhaps Marc Wurst, like a German name. There's a German Sausage festival around here called "Wurst Fest" and they get a lot of mileage out of the Wurst/Worst thing. My own name has worked out well in the same way, The Astonishing Mr. Pitts seems to be memorable and get a laugh, and has just the right level of irony for a performing name. Magic Mr. Wurst... something like that.
Message: Posted by: gallagher (Feb 7, 2009 03:46PM)
"Mr. Magic Wurst,.. a real hot dog. Come to the show,... and watch him get grilled,.... along with his prety assistent `Buns'."

hey Mr. Pitts, I think we've got something here! I seriously doubt though, anyone else is going to as us for help!!

gallagher
Message: Posted by: EVILDAN (Feb 7, 2009 04:09PM)
How about Joe Magic?
Message: Posted by: mmreed (Feb 7, 2009 04:10PM)
Some really great ideas guys.. I appreciate all the input. So much to consider and ponder now....