TODAY'S TIP FOR AMATEUR MAGICIANS:
There is a right time, and a wrong time, to perform a trick involving the sudden appearance of a brassiere. Here's a good example of a wrong time.
Fewer than 10 people sat in the audience. Four school committee members sat at the meeting table with the superintendent and the high school student representative. Two other school officials sat at another table.
No one in the meeting room at town hall laughed or made a comment about the trick.
(Thanks to Unholy Slacker, Jeff Meyerson, Bob Brogan and Jeffrey Brown)