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Michael Baker
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On 2006-05-05 10:16, kregg wrote:
How big is the bowl?


I'm sure some magicians see themselves as the Super Bowl.
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TomBoleware
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Finally, a quiz I can answer.

A bowl, but only if it’s full of onions and radishes.


:)
Tom
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RandyStewart
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On 2006-05-04 16:16, Doug Higley wrote:
Is a Magician more like a Fork or a Bowl?


If I'm the magician in question, I'll be, in most cases, whatever the checkwriter wants.

For the rest of you, feel free to walk on my star but just spit on me as someone's beat you to it. Hehehehe....
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