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Topic: Greetings
Message: Posted by: MRSharpe (Jul 20, 2013 09:40PM)
This is the third time I've started an account. I've just never spent much time here with the other two accounts. I've been interested in magic for 45 years, seriously for about 25. I've worked as a demonstrator at the Costa Mesa Hollywood Magic store, now defunct I believe, as a stagehand for two full time pros, and I've done quite a few kids shows as well as walk around close up. I've spent most of my working life in tech work in the theatre and theme park industries doing props and scenery fabrication, stage mechanics including rigging and other backstage work. My name is Marty Ransford and I live in Southwest Indiana.
Message: Posted by: Dr. TORA (Jul 21, 2013 04:44AM)
Dear Marty,
I hope this time your account may survive forever. Týur short resume was really nice. Let me be the first to welcome you to our beautiful Café once more again. As you have noticed it is one of a kind;unique.Absolutely the best the best place about magic ever.You will find this as a invaluable source that you can not buy even with money. The people are so friendly as well as being helpful.The Café is such a the unique place for Magic. It is ever expanding and has over 55.000 members throughout the world. It will make a great contribution to your magic perspective. Do not forget to post often. You will find many new friends and many new ideas here. I predict you will like the Café.Please grab a chair and begin to type your next post while you have a cup of strong Turkish coffee on my bill.
We are glad that you have joined us.
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Message: Posted by: MRSharpe (Jul 21, 2013 10:40AM)
Thanks for the warm welcome. O've already put up some posts and plan on coming around more frequently with this account.
Message: Posted by: Mary Mowder (Jul 21, 2013 04:13PM)
Welcome MRSharp,

Again. Stay around a while.

Your theatre skills are a good asset to our community (not to mention your magical experience).

-Mary Mowder