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Topic: Greetings from a new arrival
Message: Posted by: Joshua Quinn (Nov 19, 2001 11:23PM)
Hello all.



I recently joined this fine forum and thought I'd post the traditional few words of introduction. My history with magic is a little strange. I studied it intensely as a kid, and was doing professional shows in my early teens. Then all at once I just gave it up, and hardly did so much as a French Drop for about 15 years, during which time I forgot virtually everything I had learned about it. Then just within the past year I got back into it, and am now fairly thoroughly hooked again. My chops aren't what they were when I was fifteen, and I have no intention of trying to go pro again (I'm now a professional pianist, and ONE thoroughly unstable career is enough for me), but it's great to be practicing again. This seems like a very friendly place, and I look forward to getting to know the people here.



Before writing this I had posted a question in the cards section. Our esteemed moderator suggested I might have better luck getting responses once I introduced myself, so just for the heck of it I'll include the question here. I'm working on Paul Harris' Ultimate Ripoff T&R Card, and I can't for the life of me come up with a good way to hide the visual discrepancies when tearing off the second corner. If anyone has tips, please post them in the cards section (or send them privately if they give too much away). Thanks.



Quinn
Message: Posted by: Steve Brooks (Nov 19, 2001 11:33PM)
Hello and Welcome Quinn, I知 glad you could join our little magic community! :bigdance:



Take a good look at our menu, I知 sure you値l find something to sink your teeth into. :wavey:



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Message: Posted by: Michael Peterson (Nov 20, 2001 12:38AM)
Welcome to the Cafe Quinn,

glad you found us.

:dancing: :dancing: :dancing:



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Message: Posted by: Tom Cutts (Nov 20, 2001 12:50AM)
Welcome to The Cafe, Quinn :wavey:



Always great to have another PH fan join in. :jesterhat:



Make yourself at home,



Tom
Message: Posted by: Mya Angel (Nov 20, 2001 05:55AM)
:babyface: Hi Quinn :babyface:



Welcome to the "Magic Cafe"



We're sooooo glad you decided to join us

I'm sure you'll like it here. :heehee:



We have lot's of fun things for you. :clown:

and lot's of excellant information to help

you in your pursuit of magic. :winker:



So come on in and make yourself at home.

If you need anything just give a yell. :nod:





Mya :cuteangel:
Message: Posted by: Magicman0323 (Nov 20, 2001 07:10AM)
Welcome to the CAFE !!!!!

:) :dance: :yippee: :bigdance: :dancing: :wavey:
Message: Posted by: Steve Landavazo (Nov 20, 2001 07:58AM)
Welcome Quinn!



It痴 so nice to have you, and I知 glad to see you池e back into magic again! Such a wonderful hobby!



I知 sure you値l receive response's to your question, as we have many Card Guys that are into Paul Harris stuff! I have, "Art Of Astonishment" books and have seen, "Ultimate Ripoff" but have not gotten into the handling etc.



It痴 very nice to have you here, and again WELCOME!!!! :dancing: :dancing: :dancing: :dancing: :dancing: :dancing: :dancing: :dancing:
Message: Posted by: Bernard Sim (Nov 20, 2001 05:27PM)
Welcome to the Cafe Quinn

:dance: :dance: :dance: :dance: :dance:
Message: Posted by: Joshua Quinn (Nov 21, 2001 12:13AM)
Wow, thanks everyone. It's great to be made to feel so welcome, especially after just a day, and especially with such a wide variety of little animated things. :banana:



Quinn
Message: Posted by: Tom Cutts (Nov 21, 2001 10:17AM)
Yes this truly is a place like no other on the Web :babyface: and it is because of the members :nod:



Tom
Message: Posted by: Bengi (Nov 22, 2001 02:52AM)
Welcome to The Cafe!!!!!!!!!!!!



Bengi :wavey: