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PostPosted: Mon Feb 04, 2008 7:26 pm 
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Sevenofclubs wrote:
It all depends on what tricks you do with different sleights. If you want to use the muscle pass to make a glass penetration routine plan when and where your going to use the MP then learn it accordingly.
Pretty much exactly what I said but shrunk down into two sentances. But yea, right on.


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magikrn wrote:
Quit performing for that guy. I think you are making up posts now, just to sound relevant. If you have that bad of a heckler, and are not David Roth, you are in a load of trouble, no matter how good your goshman pinch is.


If he becomes a pain, then I do walk away. I am not a pro, but I do table hop. And I don't mean a heckler that really knows what you're doing, but rather one that will be fooled but not want to show it, so he pretends to know the method. Bearing this in mind, if you read my above post it makes sense. Sorry for the confusion....and just as a tip from a working teenager (YES! I'm a teenager and proud of it! I don't know everything, but that doesn't mean I don't know anything :wink:), there are hecklers out there that are like what you thought I was describing. I fortunately haven't run into more than one or two, but there are some people that simply don't enjoy being fooled. You can't fool everybody, all the time. Only some people, most of the time. (<an excellent quote but who from escapes me). If I ever get sombody else like that, then I do intend to walk away, but I don't think I'm in trouble...

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PostPosted: Sat Apr 05, 2008 7:10 am 
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You can't fool everybody, all the time. Only some people, most of the time. (<an excellent quote but who from escapes me)



"You can fool some of the people all of the time, and all of the people some of the time, but you can not fool all of the people all of the time."

Abraham Lincoln. :-)


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When I first started out learning I had this idea that being completely ambidextrous would be "purer" to the "art".

But I've come to accept that my hands are different. I'm right-handed, and the fingers on the right hand are thicker, shorter, and just plain clumsier than my left, which is almost ladylike in it's length, slenderness, and flexibility.

So typically my right hand plays the straight man, while my left does the comedy. My left hand is Laurel, to my Hardy.

Is it pure? Not exactly... but is sure is more artistic :P


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