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 Post subject: criss angels levi required setup expenses
PostPosted: Thu Nov 02, 2006 7:53 am 
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How much money would i have to pay on average besides the hundred dollars? because i have $126, i plan to buy that, disjointed arm twist thing, and bite out quarter, sts,possibly stigmata is there something better that i could get? ive read rrtcm, complete course, and some sponge ball books, but that was in summer, school got in the way, so im not very good at sleight of hand! what should i get, and whats the costs?


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anyone?


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what do you mostly do? like style wise


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I like how you waited for two minutes and realized that nobody had replied then asked why no one was replying.
I still do not understand your question. If school is in the way to that degree then why are you even buying magic stuff?


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wilfong, right now im just looking for something that will amaze my audiences, no specific types. and bucky, what i mean is, i dont have the time to read and finish a magic book, but an effect thats fairly easy, and could begin after buying some props on weekends is ok, and i didn't answer for the last 7 hours cuz guess what? what no1 answered my ques..


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please i really need to decide, im off to soccer practice, be back bout 8 o clock ( 3 hours) all i need to know is the approximate extra cost for masterminds 2, and which of those tricks i would be better off getting ( 26 dollar budget before extra costs of setup)


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so no1 feels like answering me..


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search around it has been answered multiple times.


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what do i search for? i try and i get tons of things that have nothing to do with it, if people just spend 2 seconds and say " it costs about 50 dollars" instead of telling me to search it would be alot easier. i hate when no1 answers and goes off topic


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Sephiroth81 wrote:
what do I search for? I try and I get tons of things that have nothing to do with it, if people just spend 2 seconds and say " it costs about 50 dollars" instead of telling me to search it would be alot easier. I hate when no1 answers and goes off topic


why shoyld i have to repeat myself when i have already said it. I am not geting paid, i have no obligation. the price can range from 10 bucks to over 100. its different from person to person. and its not that hard to search, you can easily scan past topics, i know for a fact there are at least 10 topics on this.

i hate when people are lazy.


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ok u happy? i searched but still no1 answered my other ques, about with tricks to buy. im not searching for that cuz no1 has a topic with the exact same tricks as i do


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The trick is 100$ and the gimmick costs 200$ to make (i heard) so 300$ total


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I've heard him say that it would cost another $150 to make the gimmick, but I know a guy that did it for under $50. It varies depending on your resources.


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you heard, you heard, but you dont know. if you pay200 bucks to make it there is something up.
It cost me 30 buck to make one of mine, and 60 bucks to have one made by a friend who is a taylor.

heck i am sure some one could make it with out buying a single thing.

and why are you buying new stuff. i doubt you have everything down from those books. work on what you got first. learn to save your money. just because you have it doesnt mean you have to spend it.

buy a mirror if you need one, and practice in front of that.


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DavidTheCryptic wrote:
you heard, you heard, but you dont know. if you pay200 bucks to make it there is something up.
It cost me 30 buck to make one of mine, and 60 bucks to have one made by a friend who is a taylor.

heck I am sure some one could make it with out buying a single thing.

and why are you buying new stuff. I doubt you have everything down from those books. work on what you got first. learn to save your money. just because you have it doesnt mean you have to spend it.

buy a mirror if you need one, and practice in front of that.

lol,I have the criss angel lev but im afraid i might be spending more then i should because everone is saying that it shouldnt cost you over 50$.so im going to wait and see what i come up with.


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