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 Post subject: How good do your eyes have to be to do David Stone's Word(s)
PostPosted: Wed Nov 07, 2012 3:00 pm 
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I've been eyeballing David Stone's Word(s) as I'd like to do a book test but I get anxious and my memory isn't what it once was.

Since you don't have to memorize anything for this effect, I'm assuming I need to be able to...ahem...SEE something that might be facing me as the spectator looks for their word.

If my memory is bad, my eyes are even worse. I am always in jeopardy of blowing a SpeedReader effect by getting too close to the deck, if that gives you an idea of how awful my vision is.

GETTING OLD STINKS.

anyway, any advice?


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