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RealityIsDeception
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No doubt about it, The Stealth Assassin peek wallet! I'm completely in love with the wallet. I usually have three predictions ready at a moment's notice. Besides the Sharpie and a deck of a cards, that's it. Sometimes, less is more. I know of a few guys that carry everything and anything and start scrambling once they are asked to do something. I definitely like making a big impact, and then of course- dropping my business card.
Daz Buckley
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I always have some rubber bands and my pk ring with me
trouser
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I've been carrying a squeaker around as of late and man is it fun!
mindguru
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Just my mind, sometimes pen and paper.
RPAYNE40S
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Business cards. I do card warp with them.
RPAYNE40S
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My pinkey. See Will Houstoun's DVD on bending your pinkie. Awesome and great reactions.
Bondy
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2 elastic bands, loops, psypher, 2 forks for metal bending, half dollar coin as misdirection for pickpocketing.
aechecop
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Promystic's MD mini... always comes handy.
A Show By Joe
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I always carry 0ne half dollar, and rubber bands for crazy mans handcuffs. After I'm done, I can give them out for the person to keep. They will remember you for it.
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Rubberbands and a deck of cards
Dr_J_Ayala
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I have studied and performed rubber band magic for ages but some of these abbreviations can get confusing. Thusly I ask: Can somebody please clear up the CMH name for me? Thank you!

I always carry four Walking Liberty halves and a copper coin, which changes occasionally. The rest I borrow from spectators, i.e. a pen and paper bill for Driven/Misleading Misled, Re-Capped, silk scarves from women for Coin Through Silk effects, borrow a deck for Cannibal Cards or Twisting the Aces/Waving the Aces, etc.
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CHM:
Crazy Man's Handcuffs


:)


Rochaz
- We do not want them to suspend disbelief in the way they would in theater and story. We want them to think critically and observe carefully. Our job is to force them to believe in magic even against their better judgment.”
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Jim H
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I carry a Hip Pocket Mullica for card to wallet, also contains the bills for Hornswoggled and B-Switched. Best thing I carry is a business card size wallet rigged for Out to Lunch. It's filled with business cards and also a Out to Lunch Miracle. Also some business cards with altered zip codes, ala Larry Becker, for a mental effect.
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I usually leave the house with several 1/2 dollars and quarters, a squeeze change purse with several coins that are used for switches, TT, and book of matches. Sometimes I will include a piece of rope,rubberbands, cc knives and rainbow streamer for TT.

-Pete
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Quote:
On 2011-05-26 08:25, rochaz wrote:
CHM:
Crazy Man's Handcuffs


:)


Rochaz


Yeah, thank you! Twenty seconds after I submitted the post, I did not think to edit it, but I had that DUHHHHHHHHHH lightbulb moment...You know how that goes...
rsylvester
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On 2011-05-30 15:33, Peter Stobie wrote:
I usually leave the house with several 1/2 dollars and quarters, a squeeze change purse with several coins that are used for switches, TT, and book of matches. Sometimes I will include a piece of rope,rubberbands, cc knives and rainbow streamer for TT.

-Pete


I just picked up a coin purse at a well-known discount chain for $5. It has two pockets: In the outer pocket, I have some half dollars and at least one copper coin and a quarter. Inside, I have a some gaffs (the quarter through the bottle always goes over well), a TT and mouth coil.
magiicmike
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I do the coin in iPhone. It's not as forced-feeling, good for all ages, and great no matter how much lighting you have. So simple and fun.
CardC
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My deck of cards,
TT
Reality Twister
be happy
Devious
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Torn & Restored Post-It Note. It's the easiest double lift in the worlde. The rest is acting and a sure fire lighter.
Devious Deceptions
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innermind
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For mentalism requested at a moments notice I carry:


- 8 Card Brainwave
- business cards & pen

or sometimes I'll do a quick palm reading




David
"Everything is funny as long as it is happening to somebody else." -Will Rogers
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