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Eric Leclerc
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Ok in the last issue of Magic magazine (January 2006) on the second last page of the magazine there's a funny picture of a kids show magician who produced some pyro (obviously too much for a home show)and there's a kid beside him with a confused/unimpressed look on his face and the caption reads "Wow! Mr Magic;s hair is on fire, he;s the best ever!"

I have never laughed so hard reading a magic magazine before... I cut out the picture and its hanging on my wall and will be for a long time..

My question is, with all the magicians from all over the world on this website we MUST be able to tell who the magician was... Anyone?? I wish I could show you the picture..its the greatest thing I have ever seen...hehe
Eric Leclerc
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Ok...... so I just took another look at the picture and the magician's name is right there in fine print... sorry.... But its still worth taking a look at!!!!!
nathanallen
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Amen bro,
I framed the picture too!
Nathan Allen, The Maniac of Magic
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Paolo Venturini
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If you want laugh a lot you should see "Majoke" Magazine!
nucinud
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Yes, Majoke is hysterical.
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nathanallen
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I could probably do a search, but honestly, I'm quite lazy... so... how do I get in touch with Majoke to subscribe?
Nathan Allen, The Maniac of Magic
www.maniacofmagic.com

To buy a prop is nothing.
To write a good routine is something.
To really entertain an audience is everything.
BarryRice
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I did a search

http://www.williamsmagic.com/index.php?m......id=11327

It looks like a one time parody of Magic Magizine, not an ongoing publication.
"The magic of the tongue is the most dangerous of all spells."
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nathanallen
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Thanks Barry!
Nathan Allen, The Maniac of Magic
www.maniacofmagic.com

To buy a prop is nothing.
To write a good routine is something.
To really entertain an audience is everything.
Paolo Venturini
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Quote:
On 2006-02-13 18:49, nathanallen wrote:
I could probably do a search, but honestly, I'm quite lazy... so... how do I get in touch with Majoke to subscribe?


I'm closing my business and in a 12 days I'll be flying back to Italy; I'm liquidating all what last of my on line store, and I've last 6 "Majoke Magazine".

Who's intersted in the list and/or the magazine, please pm me. Thank you.

Paolo Venturini
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