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Steve Haffner
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I was around 8 or 9 and my Dad took my to the magic shop for my birthday. I got color changing silks, Cubio, nickels to dimes, and the one with the half-painted bottle and the cork ball. I put on a show for the neighborhood kids. I was a bit disappointed because: 1) you could see the second silk through the first one, 2) the "move" in Cubio was too obvious, 3) the dimensions of the cap after the transposition gave it away, 4) I felt like everyone knew how the bottle trick worked.

I also got a TV Magic Deck early on and had a blast with it, though sometimes an indifferent card would show up when I was showing how they would all change to their card. Still, Marshall Brodein was my hero. He was so smooth and self-confident.

- Steve
Cory Gallupe
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I think the very first trick I learned was the magic coloring book.
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