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darkp0is3n
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That would be a very interesting act to see, I woulnd't personally try it though.
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Wasn't there a french guy called the wasp who had a rocket implode up his a s s , the burns fused his but closed and they had to reform it with plastic surgery, I also saw him do a sword swallowing routine with a reinforced flurescent(?) light bulb so it iluminated his throat ! I would pay to see these effects recreated !
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I did a bottle rocket once. Sparklers are more interesting.
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Well, well, well, it's about time Harley got here. Harley has some nice work on the Blockhead.

There are a number of people that swallow neon. I did it until one broke inside of me. It was on a show with Harley. I'll probably have another neon made up, but it will be sheathed in plastic this time.
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Thank you, Todd! I hope you're well!

For those who weren't there, it's a pretty scary thing to be in a theatre that blacks out, when the only light source was a neon tube down your friend's throat. And nobody in the audience had a clue of what happened.

But Todd just kept on, in the best traditions of the business. I was in the back wondering when he was going to fall over with blood dribbling out the mouth, and thinking through strategies to get him to the hospital, and wind up the show.

Yes. Plastic is good. No matter how wacko we get, there's always safety.
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Shumpert Eco died from a broken sword...
He was one of the nicest guys I ever met.
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On 2005-01-18 16:09, TAIT wrote:
Hi I though of a new twist on the blockhead act to insert a small rocket and name it the human rocket launcher what do you guys think.

Be careful. I'd hate to read about you in the Darwin Awards

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Why havent I been asked to this perverbial dinner spoken of? Anti-Mentalist, huh?
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On 2005-01-24 14:03, wol wrote:
Wasn't there a french guy called the wasp who had a rocket implode up his a s s , the burns fused his but closed and they had to reform it with plastic surgery, I also saw him do a sword swallowing routine with a reinforced flurescent(?) light bulb so it iluminated his throat ! I would pay to see these effects recreated !


This is probably UK fakir Sebastian Vittorini who can often be seen performing with the Circus of Horrors as 'Wasp Boy'.

Check out his home page if you dare! http://www.bastardentertainment.com

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Here's another twist that some of you will like.

While at dinner, when chicken is on the menu, take the wing, and be sure to get all the meat off the smaller of the bones in the center section. It will fit comfortably into the appropriate place, and provide your family and friends with hours of pleasant conversation.

It's also a very nice little piece for public places, when you want to make a certain impression, especially if you don't seem to notice it at first, and let the effect grow.
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TAIT
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And another twist take some wood 3inchs wide 1inch thick 5ftlong nail it to your head the same as the human blockhead they get some one to do the same on the end of the wood they lie down they get some one to sit down on the human bench.
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No!! Very bad risk due to lack of control and weight...
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While at dinner, when chicken is on the menu, take the wing, and be sure to get all the meat off the smaller of the bones in the center section. It will fit comfortably into the appropriate place, and provide your family and friends with hours of pleasant conversation.

Harley Newman did this years ago, with the leg bone... I even made him a comedy banner as "The Man Who Sticks Chicken Parts in His Head! Alive... About 1996, I think
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OMG, is it THAT long ago? We're beginning to be old friends, eh? As if we ever weren't, even then.

Poor Tait. He sounds board.
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