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PostPosted: Thu Nov 16, 2006 11:40 pm 
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Yeah you have a point about magic entertaining people, and whether he is more magic or more comedy I guess if he depends on the magic to entertain he is a good magician. I like his stuff a lot, but I've always thought he is more of a comedian than magician, not saying is is not a magician but just more of a comedian. Thats just my opinion though, and either way we both agree he is good at what he does.


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MORGAN STREBLER!!!!! :mrgreen:


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o ya Morgan is REALLY GOOD to I love his Liquid Metal routine :!:


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1-David Copperfield- who made me love magic,IMO best ever
2-Ed Marlo-incredible cardician,very clever & original,affected generations
3-Lennart Green- originality,a real cardician
4-Juan Tamariz- another legend
5-Paul Harris-I have not seen him perform but he is very creative and original, close up world owes to him so much.


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jonathanb510 wrote:
magikrn wrote:
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and I guess Criss angel, though he's really slacking with these new eppisodes



there is more to him than his t.v. show, I hope everyone knows


Like what? Don't bother saying, his evening show. If you can't handle the workload, don't take the job. If he has some family stuff going on, that's understandable though.

well somewhere between the 1st season and 2nd season him and JoAnn got a divorce, and i saw a picture of him with him and his family (and his dad) at dinner when he was really young and JoAnn was with him, so im guessing he was really busy between season 1 and 2 with divorce lawyers and all of that stuff
my favs
Criss Angel
Lance Burton
David Copperfeild
Harry Houdini
Steve Shaw (Banachek)


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If you recall, he introduces her as his girlfriend (and continues to referr to her as such). I don't think they were ever married (maybe I'm wrong).


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He was married and got divorced.
http://www.imdb.com/name/nm1630927/bio


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sushix wrote:
He was married and got divorced.
http://www.imdb.com/name/nm1630927/bio


CURSE YOU SUSHIX!!!
NOW I FEEL BAD FOR HIM, AND THAT MAKES IT SLIGHTLY HARDER TO HATE HIM!!! AHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH!!!

Seriously though, I do feel bad for him. I don't like him, but that's hard for anyone to go through.

I think I'll stop posting about him for a while. . . (note: I'm serious, please don't send me laughing PMs.)


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Gerry Griffin
I used to like Blaine but not anymore


Thankyou. It's nice to see my mentor make someone else's list.


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jonathanb510 wrote:
Cigam_Eno wrote:
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Gerry Griffin
I used to like Blaine but not anymore


Thankyou. It's nice to see my mentor make someone else's list.


I really don't understand why no-one here seems to like Gerry. He's a great guy.
I guess you need to meet him.

By the way, his style is an acquired taste; but it's like Mountain Dew.
Ask me why, go ahead ask! I dare you.
Wow. . . that's really big print isn't it?


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ok why is mountain dew an aquired taste, other than the fact that it tastes great!!!!!


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ok why is mountain dew an aquired taste, other than the fact that it tastes great!!!!!


I actually meant, ask me how Gerry's style is like Mountain Dew.

Anywho, Mountain Dew is disgusting until you drink it for 3 or more days. After that, you're addicted-
"My name is Dustin, and I drink Mountain Dew."
"Hi, Dustin!"
- Gerry's style is similar. He takes a few visits to get used to, but once you get used to him, you can't get enough.

His presentation is interesting. He uses a lack of exciting voices and mannerisms to fool the audience into thinking that nothing's happening yet. Leaving the magic to speak for itself. It's a tough style to use, but he accomplishes it marvelously.


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i think its kinda impossible to list in an order because their all great but i would say criss angel, harry houdini, wayne houchin, oz pearlman, jay sankey, brock gill, and gazzo


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Alexander Herrmann
Bautier DeKolta
Servais LeRoy
Dr. Walford Bodie, M.D.
Ormond McGill
Lester Lake
Del Ray
Tony Andruzzi
Fred Kaps
Orson Welles
George Kirkendall
Eugene Burger
Wm. H. Brewe


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mountain dew does bad things to manly men lol, or more accurately yellow uh 3 or 5 i think? lol


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