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On 2012-02-23 10:14, mmreed wrote:
But like I said - it happens all the time in business - its not something that can be avoided without costly legal protection.


With magic, there is really no protection that can be had with any amount of money, unless you patent your method. I have been involved in magic for over 20 years. I was always taught to carry on the tradition of respecting others as I would in everyday life. That respect implies something above the laws. Even though it's legal to rip off a magic effect, that doesn't mean it's "okay". When I got involved with magic, it was at the tail end of a golden age. The younger generation may never understand magic as it once was. I find it disturbing, but times change and there isn't much we can do about it unless people turn to their morals when making a decision on what to buy.
Joel Broock
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