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PostPosted: Mon Jul 23, 2007 3:14 pm 
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Take him aside and offer to work with him on his magic so he doesn't make a jerk of himself. Hopefully his skills and presentation will improve over time, and he won't be such a hapless ninny .


If that doesn't work, kick him in the ding-ding.


Next case !


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PostPosted: Tue Jul 24, 2007 12:23 am 
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It seems he has bigger problems than worrying about his presentation. So not you nor penguin crew could help in this case but someone who is trained to prescribe pills and do therapy could.


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PostPosted: Tue Jul 24, 2007 12:32 pm 
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hiddenbyleaves wrote:
It seems he has bigger problems than worrying about his presentation. So not you nor penguin crew could help in this case but someone who is trained to prescribe pills and do therapy could.


I don't mean to demean what you've just said. So please don't take this as an insult. But my God ! What the edited's wrong with our society where everything must be solved by medication and therapy ?

The boy in question is obviously a dotted on, spoiled, babied, little sissy. He needs to be treated like a 14 year old boy, and not as a toddler. He also appears to need some constructive criticism, and be told the truth about his obvious lack of practice and preparation of magic.

If his teachers and parents start treating him like a 14 year old boy, trust me, he'll soon act like one.

Society doesn't need any more doped up little nancy boys curled up in a fetal position , rocking back and forth, tearing their hair out , while pi$$ing themselves.


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PostPosted: Tue Jul 24, 2007 1:28 pm 
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gee brisco, thanks for NOT taking the situation to an extreme :lol:

The guy could do nothing about his friend as you GENTLY elaborated "The boy in question is obviously a dotted on, spoiled, babied, little sissy." I really am not suggesting for all hacklers to get on the medicine.

PS: I hope a dose of sarcasm, and the nuances in one's approach to such situations are welcomed here. We don't have to be serious or too sensitive at all times, do we?

Cheers. :D


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PostPosted: Thu Aug 23, 2007 7:12 pm 
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i know a kid like this, he ruins all of my tricks


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PostPosted: Wed Aug 29, 2007 8:42 pm 
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I have known a few kids like that there are a few things to do one is to not ever show them magic, when you do show them magic make it beginer tricks and then teach him the tricks. Remember without you there he dosen't really know what's all that good and besides only preform the tricks that fit you and you alone in your preforming style and the rest of it is just self control and never showing people tricks if he is around pretty soon he will catch your drift. :roll:


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