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Neale Bacon
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A friend of mine has asked me to help with a book idea (as photographer). He does amazing ring, string and rubber band stuff. That with his card work gives him some great stuff.
He calls it poor mans magic, but I think its great stuff.
My question is "Has rubber band stuff been overdone or is there room for a book like this?"
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Jonathan Townsend
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Magic with office supplies has yet to be fully explored.

I recently spent an afternoon with Joe Rindfleisch, for whom rubber bands are like cards for Hofzinser.

There is still room for a good book on the topic. all the coins I've dropped here
Mark Martinez
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I agree with Jon, plenty of room. For me as long as there is some new material and you are just not rehashing all old stuff, I think that I would like to see the book! Smile Smile

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Joshua Quinn
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There's always room for new stuff as long as it's A) really good and B) practical. We didn't "need" another ring-on-rubberband routine, but look at the reaction to Pinnacle.

Every problem contains the seeds of its own solution. Unfortunately every problem also contains the seeds of an infinite number of non-solutions, so that first part really isn't super helpful.
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