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We know, English invented the language, Americans believed to improve it ... Jan
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J100Taylor - So pleased that you like it! Smile

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We know, English invented the language, Americans believed to improve it ... Jan


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We know, English invented the language, Americans believed to improve it ... Jan

I have sometimes heard it said the we English often over complicate our beautiful language, and that those who live in the United States of America have improved upon, and simplified, the language that all we so readily share.

I would just like to say, however, that we, in our fair isle, to tend to be able to communicate well and succinctly (that is to say directly and to the point) just as well as our cousins across that vast expanse of water commonly referred to as the Atlantic Ocean.

I do hope that has been of help and service to one and all and has, at least somewhat, helped to put the record straight.

Rich
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A true delight to read your contribution Smile. Jan
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Thank you, kind sir. Smile

I must shamefully admit that I have yet to purchase the mental miracle that Mr Michael Murray has been pleased to call ATM! (I am, however, equally pleased to announce that I did purchase Mr Murray's previous release, which resides in the ether under the name of Spoken, and have found it both delightful to read and a joy to perform.)

I am, therefore, planning to give the aforementioned Mr Murray some more of my British Sterling in the acquisition of the said ATM effect in the not-too-distant future, and look forward to learning and performing the delights which I am sure are contained therein.

Rich
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I would just like to say, however, that we, in our fair isle, to tend to be able to communicate well and succinctly (that is to say directly and to the point) just as well as our cousins across that vast expanse of water commonly referred to as the Atlantic Ocean.


Much to my amusement, in that one sentence you manage to put forth and then promptly demolish your assertion that Brits communicate succinctly. Top notch.
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On 2013-08-16 21:05, JanForster wrote:
We know, English invented the language, Americans believed to improve it ... Jan

I have sometimes heard it said the we English often over complicate our beautiful language, and that those who live in the United States of America have improved upon, and simplified, the language that all we so readily share.

I would just like to say, however, that we, in our fair isle, to tend to be able to communicate well and succinctly (that is to say directly and to the point) just as well as our cousins across that vast expanse of water commonly referred to as the Atlantic Ocean.

I do hope that has been of help and service to one and all and has, at least somewhat, helped to put the record straight.

Rich


Hey, come on! If you are going to affect a victorian manner of speaking, at least get your grammar right. The victorians were very good at that Smile
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Hi guys, I've just read ATM and I'm absolutely amazed.
This routine is really a killer. What a great idea. I told Michael that I have to find a way to tell my family that we have to move to UK or USA just so I can perform it. Smile
Mr. Murray.....well done! There is also an international version of it, because of language problems. Thanks for that, BUT I have to find a way to make it work like the original. ;-) You've made my day.
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Chester I'm a huge fan of your work and am so pleased that you like it. Feel free to move your family into my home any time (I've heard from Pete that you do a mean Steak) Smile

Best Wishes Michael
As a mentalist you must always ask yourself what if! And throughout your life you should seek to ask and answer this question over and over again, only then will your wildest dreams become a reality!

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I would just like to say, however, that we, in our fair isle, to tend to be able to communicate well and succinctly (that is to say directly and to the point) just as well as our cousins across that vast expanse of water commonly referred to as the Atlantic Ocean.


Much to my amusement, in that one sentence you manage to put forth and then promptly demolish your assertion that Brits communicate succinctly. Top notch.


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On 2013-08-16 21:05, JanForster wrote:
We know, English invented the language, Americans believed to improve it ... Jan

I have sometimes heard it said the we English often over complicate our beautiful language, and that those who live in the United States of America have improved upon, and simplified, the language that all we so readily share.

I would just like to say, however, that we, in our fair isle, to tend to be able to communicate well and succinctly (that is to say directly and to the point) just as well as our cousins across that vast expanse of water commonly referred to as the Atlantic Ocean.

I do hope that has been of help and service to one and all and has, at least somewhat, helped to put the record straight.

Rich


Hey, come on! If you are going to affect a victorian manner of speaking, at least get your grammar right. The victorians were very good at that Smile

:)

I noticed a mistake and feel suitably ashamed - I'm an English teacher in my day job! I just hope none of my students find out...

Cheers,
Rich
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I have been a bit late to catch on to this - partly because I was a little concerned about one aspect of the routine - but, having now studied the effect in great detail, not only have any misgivings been quashed but I am once again in awe at the subtleties and ingenious ploys Michael has come up with. This is brilliant thinking and with an effect that is virtually assured to stun audiences.

An amazing routine. Thank you Michael for another winner.

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Just bought it!

I am really interested in the French variation!
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Just a quick note to let you guys know that this is now available as a physical booklet for those who may prefer a hard copy.

Best Wishes Michael
As a mentalist you must always ask yourself what if! And throughout your life you should seek to ask and answer this question over and over again, only then will your wildest dreams become a reality!

Visit - www.mindfx.co.uk to learn more!
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This is presently on an early festive offer at www.mindfx.co.uk Smile
As a mentalist you must always ask yourself what if! And throughout your life you should seek to ask and answer this question over and over again, only then will your wildest dreams become a reality!

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I'll purchase some of your stuff Tommorow Mr Murray if the offers still availables Smile
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The offer will still be on tomorrow Smile
As a mentalist you must always ask yourself what if! And throughout your life you should seek to ask and answer this question over and over again, only then will your wildest dreams become a reality!

Visit - www.mindfx.co.uk to learn more!
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