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PostPosted: Fri Sep 12, 2008 4:32 am 
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Hey as long as you're mailing magic props about, send some [edited] my way. :lol:


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Thanks but no thanks (I hope that made sense)


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daniel116 wrote:
Thanks but no thanks (I hope that made sense)


It made sense (the phrase is common in the US) :wink:
You sure though? I can't just send it to the base with your name on it?

Oh well . . .


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You can send me free stoofs too. :wink:


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I don't have a Card-to-Wallet wallet. . .


What!
No no no no - I won't have you paratrooping about Israel without a Card to Wallet. I've got a spare around here some place - just tell me where to mail it.


Are you serious or should I just put in this :lol: face and forget I even mentioned anything?


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Bicycle12 wrote:
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daniel116 wrote:
I don't have a Card-to-Wallet wallet. . .


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No no no no - I won't have you paratrooping about Israel without a Card to Wallet. I've got a spare around here some place - just tell me where to mail it.


Are you serious or should I just put in this :lol: face and forget I even mentioned anything?


Daniel recently enlisted in the IDF and qualified to join the Israeli paratroopers (aka The Flying Serpents). I've been meaning to get him an "enlisting gift". It's something of a tradition in my family to get someone a gift when they enlist.


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I atually don't have a card to wallet either. Any suggestions? Something not too expensive.


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dbaker_creator wrote:
daniel116 wrote:
I don't have a Card-to-Wallet wallet. . .


What!
No no no no - I won't have you paratrooping about Israel without a Card to Wallet. I've got a spare around here some place - just tell me where to mail it.


If your serious about givving a card to wallet away, I'll take it. But I would understand if you were just joking or don't want to give it to me.

I end with triumph. or I use the I don't even have a pocket move, but I actualy say it is in my pocket.


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If your serious about givving a card to wallet away, I'll take it. But I would understand if you were just joking or don't want to give it to me.


See my previous post ^


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If your serious about givving a card to wallet away, I'll take it. But I would understand if you were just joking or don't want to give it to me.


See my previous post ^


Yeah I didn't realize there was a second page when I first posted that. sry.


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my personal fav is lazy rize. its a challenge, but worth it.


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What about throwing Clutch in there? Patter it up like "By now I'm sure you are convinced I'm a cheat with cards. So lets make it so I can't cheat!" Then hand out the deck to be shuffled.


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Horrible idea for that same reason that Card on Ceiling is a bad idea. You're demonstrating that you can cause the card to jump to the top with no movement. After that, either one of these kickers become pretty easy to work out. They may be wrong, but any explanation is THE explanation in their mind.


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Horrible idea for that same reason that Card on Ceiling is a bad idea. You're demonstrating that you can cause the card to jump to the top with no movement. After that, either one of these kickers become pretty easy to work out. They may be wrong, but any explanation is THE explanation in their mind.


I suppose your right if your ACR is your routine. For me my ACR is only the center moves of a routine. I build a story around the murder of a king. So my ACR's ultimate goal is to serve the plot I have created with my patter, not simply to demonstrate that my card can rise to the top without movement. At the end of my routine I usually "catch the culprit" card in my wallet but I suppose card to ceiling or another effect could still serve the plot. Ironically you gave me some new ideas for the routine. Maybe I could let the card escape and wind up on the ceiling? Thanks for the tip! :wink:


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The best ending for an ACR IMHO is PIXEL by David Jade.

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