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Rennie
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"You really must try harder old chap - or you will simply continue to look extremely foolish."

You may want to look in the mirror "old chap"
You are a real winner, I have to say that!
The effect is the important thing, how you achieve it is not.......
Roger Kelly
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Rennie - you're giving me indigestion!
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On 2011-03-27 09:11, Roger Kelly wrote:
Rennie - you're giving me indigestion!

Ah, from the same country where good old Merc Man is from. Well you know how to take care of your indigestion, do not read what I write, simple huh ?
The effect is the important thing, how you achieve it is not.......
Roger Kelly
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Sorry Rennie - I just couldn't resist the play on words - and I should've put a smiley after it. But I dare say its wearing a bit thin now.
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On 2011-03-26 20:20, Merc Man wrote:
They aren't answers and not all questions have been dealt with.

For example, your evidence that Bill is the most knowledgeable person on this forum? Your proof that he knows more than Pete Biro?

You really must try harder old chap - or you will simply continue to look extremely foolish.


Since both are such close friends and freely share secrets, it would be hard to tell who knows more than the other... but do you know why they are such close friends? It's because they avoid as much as possible personal issues and name calling. They are more concerned with topical aspects and letting magic progress... and so are we! Thanks for quitting making your personal egotistic wars on the Café.
Magic is the art of proving impossible things in parallel dimensions that can't be reached
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How cool! I just bouth a Transmitter, tune into the forum to get some tips, advice, info etc and the first thing I find across is a 'handbag' battle!
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Oops, excuse the typos in prev post!
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Should I buy this???
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On 2012-05-31 18:03, thecharlatan wrote:
Should I buy this???


I can't recommend the trick - there are now MUCH BETTER ideas out there.

The problem with the Cornelius Thought Transmitter is that it WILL definitely fail you at some stage and, most worryingly, you will have no prior warning whatsoever. Without tipping the method completely, let's just say that when you get home and put the light switch on, there will be occasions when you are literally 'in the dark'. Smile

For a better (more reliable) alternative, I'd unreservedly recommend Chris Kenworthy's 'Telethought Wallet' (and I actually prefer the Mark 1 version which is cheaper than the upgraded V2). It also looks much more like a business card wallet - AND it's made of leather not a cheap plastic as in the Cornelius version!

I'm sure there are reviews here on the Café somewhere covering this little masterpiece.
Barry Allen

"The Rules of the Sleight-of-Hand Artist, are three and all others are vain; the first and second are 'practice', and the third one is 'practice again'.

Edward Victor 1936
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