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RobertlewisIR
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twistedace
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"Garbage...you have to know like finger palming with coins. I can't do that. It's too hard." Um...you mean you can't hold something in your hand? This kid is flipping sad. I want to see him perform his "best trick ever". He should compete in a few magic competitions.
twistedace
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God,he makes me mad. I agree with his statement that products should put warnings on that say "not for beginners", but I ALSO think that beginners should search for products specifically geared for them. Beginners should learn easy material instead of purchasing material that they are incapable of performing then claim that the products "suck". IDIOT.
Stanyon
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On 2009-11-01 17:26, RobertlewisIR wrote:
I couldn't resist:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qdF_C6dhyGw



Now that was truly funny!
Stanyon

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On 2009-11-01 20:17, twistedace wrote:
I agree with his statement that products should put warnings on that say "not for beginners", but I ALSO think that beginners should search for products specifically geared for them.


Consider my second magic purchase was Ray Kosby's "Impossible card Magic" which took up the next 2 years of my life. I do not feel bad for the kid. If its too hard for you, well toughen up and practice son. Smile
Don't give up, don't EVER give up.

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twistedace
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I put that Ray Kosby VHS tape on my shelf after a while as an "I'll just enjoy watching this one" type of purchase. That material was, and still is, too difficult for me. I practiced a lot of the routines, and gave up on it. I learned that I didn't have to have only knuckle-busting material to be entertaining. But, I can't stand the fact that some of these kids won't practice anything.
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