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Just picked up a set of these nicely-crafted little gizmos and they came with a well-crafted script, too. Surprise! There was a neat little Bizarre routine that reads VERY well...anybody used it, and what was the response?

Okito boxes for the Bizarrist...not something I would have expected. What next...Demonic Die Box? Rabbit Wringer Resurrection? Smile
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LOL - Hippity Hop Cthulhu! Hahaha Smile

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I can't top that punch line, Paul!

Leland, could you describe the Mojo-gone-bizarre routine?


P.S. How about the Bloodsucker Die Box?
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Hi, Neil:

The bit is a "Beat The Devil" routine set in a Las Vegas Casino. A man is looking for some action besides craps, poker, etc., and an old-timer offers him what seems like an easy wager -- bet which of these three boxes holds the coin. The man eventually loses everything on this 'sure thing,' until there's nothing left to bet -- except his soul. Turns out the old-timer is Old Scratch, and he's hustlin' mortals in Vegas who are desperately chasing streaks. The man bets his soul, and while I'd rather not give away the ending, turns out he's not just a gambler, but a
Magician as well.
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A man with a soul in Vegas ?
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What he has yet to learn he calls Magick
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On 2005-10-13 23:40, Magickman wrote:
Maybe it isn't his own!

You would certainly know about that Magickman! 350 years old, being kept alive by the spirit of an insane demon. When will your true soul find rest?

Only the spirit orb can tell you for sure......
Still with the Chinese circus Smile
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Leland, great concept (as usual). I would love to see this.
If I may, check out the awesome new avatar of Dr Zordas. And tell me that it wouldn't be too perfect for the spirit of this topic, (or for that matter, the face of this whole forum ! With all due respect to the others posting here as well. ) What an image to arise for this time of year ! Wish I thought of it first. Smile

"A man with a soul in Vegas ?"
Excellent, Christian ! Smile

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