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I'm considering Roper's book; thanks for the advice.
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Sounds like Ian Keable's book 'Stand-up - A Professional Guide To Comedy Magic' would be a much better bet for what you're after and much more likely to head you towards where it sounds like you're wanting to go.

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Try the new Paul Romhany book.
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On 2003-07-01 08:47, Jim Snack wrote:

Often I will be in the middle of a routine and someone in the audience will say something funny. I try to remember what they said and next time I do the routine, try to insert the line.

Old comedy club rule RECORD every show you do. You never forget thos lines that way.
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Daryl's fooler doolers is packed with spiritual or comical lines that are really adapted to magical effects

He has, to my taste, the best lines I've ever heard.
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