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ninjaduffy
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Hahahahha

A friend of mine grabed my new chop cup..... I wasnt happy.....you can guess what she said...

Anyhow there is always a trick to baffle em.

I like Peter's response too.... cool.


If it happens to me again I will pretend to weep and the man that comes on stage to help James Brown off in a cloak will appear and lead me away.....

I wish.
dreidy
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I do a lot of magic for the science classes I teach (14 - 17 years olds) and although there is always at least one kid who wants to tell everyone 'how it's done,' in a group of kids it is almost self-fixing. The others will point out the errors in his theory without me doing anything - because they still want to be fooled.

My biggest problem at school is when I show the tricks to the other teachers. There is one teacher in particular who does exactly what V said happened to him. He does it consistently, is wrong 90% of the time, and won't do the trick when you hand him the cards or whatever. I have simply stopped doing tricks when he's around.

David.
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