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bigshot
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I've always loved ventriloquism since watching Winchell Mahoney Time on TV as a kid. I recently bought a Detweiller figure on eBay and picked up a copy of Ventriloquism for Fun and Profit and I'm going to dabble. Who knows how good I'll be, but I'll have fun and that's what counts.

When I got the figure, he was pretty bland. He looked kind of like Maury Povich.

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I'm kind of superstitious about using someone else's character, so I've been working on a makeover to give him a new personality. I'm going to let him find his own new identity. Here is what he looks like now.

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No name or voice yet. But he is starting to gel. I'll write a little three or four minute routine for him soon and start practicing.
Mike Gainor
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Reminds me of Bill Nye the Science Guy
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Puppets seem like vampires sometimes. They live, and you're depleted.
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I like the new look you gave him.
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