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niva
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Why don't you try KFC?
Yours,

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On 2004-09-03 03:32, niva wrote:
Why don't you try KFC?


LOL!!! No forks to be found in KFC...
Logic Defied
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Heh

Seriously, though, What kind of stuff is new in this video and, judging from the short preview we have, can a beginer pick it up and learn to bend metal?
-The penguin has spoken Smile

-How could 52 pieces of cardboard ever bring so much joy?
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Has anybody seen Morgan's Closer?

http://www.penguinmagic.com/product.php?ID=905

It is a signed coin bend routine - instant download from Penguin. I am always suspect of reviews that include any reference to "my parents," but the demo video looks interesting.

Cheers,

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Very interesting....I only do Osterlind's spoon bend but this looks pretty good.

Thanks MGCool...how long did it take you to get the first bend down?

PS: DVD available in 14 days from Penguin.
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I got an email saying that they shipped the DVD a week ago, but the website says that it isn't available yet...
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Yeah, I got that too, but I think that's just part of their automated system.
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Are there pointers on misdirection?
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Got an email saying it may break all DVD sales records over at Penguin. Maxwell is going to watch him live Thursday performing this effect.

Sure does have my curiosity piqued. May have to break down and get it with my show money:)

The email also said there are two ungimmicked forks you use, one to give out
as a souvenier. Can be performed surrounded and just a few moments of preshow work required.
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I'll post a review as soon as I get it.
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Thanks Redstreak!
niva
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Is this actually by Magic Makers or Penguin?
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On 2004-09-03 03:32, niva wrote:
Why don't you try KFC?


LOL!!! No forks to be found in KFC...


Maybe a new spork bending routine is needed!
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On 2004-09-09 07:33, niva wrote:
Is this actually by Magic Makers or Penguin?


It is going to be sold exclusively through Penguin Magic.
Creator of "Re-Attached" an easy piece by piece Torn and Restored card routine.

http://www.lybrary.com/reattached-p-250.html
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Thanks. I zoomed on the front cover and I could clearly see it is a Penguin product. Thanks again.
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One more day to go:)
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Pretty sure it's out now and people have received their DVD. Anyone have a review?
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Still haven't gotten it.
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I got it today. First of all, most of the mends on the DVD are nothing new, but there are a couple things, especially the multiple tine bend that are new.

That being said, he style and way that he puts them together is different. In his rountine, one fork bends then breaks, and another one bends, twists, the tines bend twice, and it bends again. It ends up as one heck of a souveneir. The bends really hit you, it's a great routine.

Overall, it's a great DVD and I liked it. Recomended.
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After watching it again and practicing it more, and am very happy with the routine. I'm doing it almost the same way that he does, except I added the bend from the Mindbender DVD. I just performed it for a few friends and it went VERY well. This is the only routine (I could be wrong!) that I have seen in which the fork twists inside the spectator's hand without any switches.

(People might be surprised and/or disaproving of me doing the routine for people only a few days after getting it. I was already familiar with most of the moves so all I had to practice was stringing them together.)

The key bend is pretty good, but very hard.
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