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On Jan 13, 2015, Dick Oslund wrote:
If I were to get that sort of response (Change it back)I think I would smile, look directly at him, and say, "For special requests, I charge $500. --And if it doesn't work, there are no refunds!"

I doubt that he will offer you $500. (Not too many people carry $500 in their pocket!)

Did you ever get that silk knot thing that we talked about last year, working?


I like this. :p

Aus is right, it's also a matter of routining and conditions. I used to have a lot more people ask me to do it again, especially if I did just one trick/one phase. But if I transit into the next one, they find themselves enjoying it and they tend to ask less. But of course, the question is when to stop ;p I never want to stop haha.
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