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Topic: The Cowboy is here!
Message: Posted by: Jim Davis (Nov 9, 2001 11:27AM)
Nice to join y'all! For those of you who don't know of me... Good! For those of you who do.. Sorry. :hmm: I am a part time pro, working a themed restaraunt in SLC UT! I love the Old West, and incorporate all that I can into my act! If I can help, let me know!
Message: Posted by: Mya Angel (Nov 9, 2001 11:55AM)
:rudolph: (Think cows here) :rudolph:



Howdy Cowboymagicman!



Happy you could join us for a sarsparilla, :goof:



Hitch your pony up out back and come on in and set a spell.



No gambling allowed on the premises though.



:hmm:



(Steve always says NEVER gamble with a magician!)



So, I guess you’ll have to find something else to do :rotf: maybe you and The deadranger can take a look around and find Tomto (I still haven’t been able to find him)

:confused:



Have fun and if you need anything just give a holler. :bg:





Mya :angel:
Message: Posted by: Jim Davis (Nov 9, 2001 12:03PM)
Yippie! Someone who’s talkin’ my lauguage! :rudolph: Looks like a cow ready for a wranglin’! ;) I’ll steer (pun intended) clear of dead ranger, I prefer to get 'em alive.. and sorry still no sign of tonto! You really got a hitchin’ post out back? :dance: Right on!



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Diamond Jim Davis "The Cardslinger"
Message: Posted by: Magicman0323 (Nov 9, 2001 12:19PM)
Welcome to the CAFE !!!!
Message: Posted by: Steve Brooks (Nov 9, 2001 12:30PM)
As the Marshall in these here parts, I just wanna say "Howdy", hope you can stay awhile.



But remember, we don’t want no trouble in this here Cafe, ’cause I got the fastest delete finger around! :lol:



And by the way, no riding ’ugly’ horses on Sunday. :confused:



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There will always be those that wish to rain on your parade, so never leave home without an umbrella...
Message: Posted by: Jim Davis (Nov 9, 2001 12:57PM)
Sound like the marshall might be a lilly livered, yellow bellied, delete finger happy....







Nice guy! :bigsmile:





Did you really think I would resort to downright brown nosing!
Message: Posted by: Tom Cutts (Nov 9, 2001 01:20PM)
Welcome Cardslinger to The Cafe :wavey:



Don’t fret about all this sissy talk. We gats a full fledged pooooker game goin’ on in the back room. Ya’ gotta’ check yer’ guns and yer’ cards at the door though.



Heee-haw!! Oops, I mean YEE-HAW!!!!



Happy rustlin’



Tomto
Message: Posted by: Bengi (Nov 9, 2001 05:05PM)
Howdy, Cowboy! Welcome to The Cafe.



Take yer shoes off, set a spell. You'll love it here!

Ya'll come back now, ya hear!



Bengi :wavey:
Message: Posted by: Michael Peterson (Nov 9, 2001 05:21PM)
Howdy Kemosabe, glad ya could join us :bg:



:dance: (Too much whiskey)



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Thanx,

Ichazod





There's a fine line between genius and insanity. I have erased this line.





Ichazod@hotmail.com
Message: Posted by: Steve Landavazo (Nov 9, 2001 05:23PM)
Looking forward to your posts (Lord willing and the "crick" don’t rise!)



Welcome to the, Cow Poke Cafe er, uh,

"Magic Cafe", that is!



Steve

:rotf:
Message: Posted by: Scott F. Guinn (Nov 9, 2001 06:12PM)
Welcome, cowboy!
Message: Posted by: Jim Davis (Nov 10, 2001 05:34AM)
Well to all y'all above... thanks.. and I hope to see all in the back room playing some magicians poker! Who's got the aces? or at least McDonald's? :idea:
Message: Posted by: Jack (Nov 13, 2001 06:02AM)
Howdy! We Texans always have a lik'en to them thar critters out yonder pretend'en similar to our pretend'en.



Use my tank if you need to water the herd.
Message: Posted by: Jim Davis (Nov 13, 2001 06:17AM)
Well, should I ever be runnin' longhorn thru yer parts, I shall certainly take up yer kindly offer! :dancing:
Message: Posted by: kingmedia (Nov 14, 2001 06:03AM)
hi and howdy!
Message: Posted by: J R Thomas (Nov 14, 2001 08:59AM)
DJ,

Good to have you here. I have glanced through your book and admire your creativity. One young magician looked through it at the shop, learned an effect, tried it and bought the book. He was in the store about 4 hours. I feel compelled to get your book now. I look forward to your posts...hitchin' that is.



Keep your powder dry and shoot low...they might be ridin' go carts.



JR
Message: Posted by: Jim Davis (Nov 15, 2001 06:35AM)
I do believe you have me confused :confused: with Diamond Jim Tyler.. and his "Pocket Full of Miracles".. but I can’t think of anyone I’d rather be confused with. His book is terrific.. although not a lot of new concepts for a seasoned veteran.. I would very well endorse it for a moderately skilled magician.



But, I have three of my own effects available:

Drill Bit thru Balloon.. needle thru balloon but with a 13 inch, 1/4 inch round drill bit. (You must see it to believe it!)



How I Married My Wife! Comical poem with super easy slight and inexpensive prop! Great for a beginner! and pro alike! (Published in Nov 01 Linking Ring page 100! Showtime - Peter Marucci’s column.)



Cups and Bullets! My award winning version of the cups and balls classic!



If you want info on any, privately ask.. thanks!



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Diamond Jim Davis "The Cardslinger"
Message: Posted by: magichadley (Nov 16, 2001 04:06PM)
Whazzup cowboy, I love cowboy stuff & magic I am more of an urban cowboy myself. I love the Smokey Mountains. We have a nature reserve close to my house and it’s beautiful in the fall. I also love to see a good magic trick. Coins, Cards or whatever.



Glad your here,





"Hadley"

:banana:
Message: Posted by: Peter Marucci (Nov 17, 2001 02:43AM)
Jim,

I was at a magic club meeting earlier this week and got some very good feedback, from several members whose judgment I trust, on your "eyeball" poem in my Showtime column in the Linking Ring.

I still think it's great! :bg:

cheers,

Peter Marucci

showtimecol@aol.com
Message: Posted by: Jim Davis (Nov 17, 2001 08:34AM)
Do we still have to tell people I paid you to put that "thing" in your column Peter? :rotf:



















Just Kidding!



Thank you for your kind words and Great feedback! I hope to get to thank you in person some day!



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Diamond Jim Davis "The Cardslinger"