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June 26, 2013



(Thanks to Andrew Hoenig)


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The fact that magicians make a big deal about secrecy is the reason I lost total interest in it. I couldn't see a big difference between them and Uri Geller.

It was still a great illusion.

I was pretty sure it was going to turn out to be a magic trick.

Look ma, no hand.

Just what I suspected. He did accomplish a good trick, however--got lots of attention. And no doubt a sore back, depending on whether the harness fit.

I support the right to bear arms, or arm bears, which makes hunting a heck of a lot more interesting!

And there was I, thinking he smoked some exotic herb or something.

Not bad for a one-armed magician. :P

Allen: Dr. Kimble arrived the next day.

To test this theory, I demand that he do it facing the bus. Let's see if they really know how to engineer-up supporting equipment.

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