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Jon Snyder
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I saw Copperfield's perfermance in Japan last night. It was a decent show, but contained many effects he's done in the past. I was, however, impressed with his passing through a steel plate and the car production. One of the effect was pretty tasteless in my opinion. That was his pregnancy trick. In the few shows I have attended back in the states I don't remember him ever using "fowl" language. When he talked about his duck taking acting classes and spraying water he used language to talk about moods such as p***ed off, cr***y and Sh***y. Is this usual.

Being in Japan and doing his effect where he sends an audience member to an island, Izarta, I think he should have used a Japanese person. Instead he went with an American and it seemed so out of place. Just my opinion.

Anyways, always fun to watch another performance.
Joey Stalin
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There is worse language to use.

I personally don't think it would matter.

Your kids hear worse language at school every day.


But I am looking forward to seeing him this Jan. Although I am in Row Z seat 50 lol
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On 2006-12-08 04:56, Jon Snyder wrote:
I saw Copperfield's perfermance in Japan last night. It was a decent show, but contained many effects he's done in the past. I was, however, impressed with his passing through a steel plate and the car production. One of the effect was pretty tasteless in my opinion. That was his pregnancy trick. In the few shows I have attended back in the states I don't remember him ever using "fowl" language. When he talked about his duck taking acting classes and spraying water he used language to talk about moods such as p***ed off, cr***y and Sh***y. Is this usual.


I saw him perform last year in the states. He did the same gag with the duck and used the same line; I remember being surprised about how much blue material he had; especially with there being a lot of children in the audience.
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