Why would I want to fool someone? Would that just be a way of making myself feel good about something someone else can't do or understand? LOL. I remember when I was younger...I got all high and mighty and "fooled" this guy who was getting on my nerves. After getting very proud to have fooled this guy, my attitude must have been sensed by the guy, because he just shrugged and told me:
"Isn't kinda dumb that your so happy about it...you obviously have too much time on your hands. Some of us have better things to do with our lives."
Kinda put things into perspective for me. When I think about it, its really stupid to spend all this time and money, chillin at home by yourself, just to "fool" someone. Spells out one thing to me: N-E-R-D-O
I strive to entertain and amaze people now. Make people happy by what I do, not to prove that I can do something that they cannot. And at least I have a good reason to spend all the time playing with cards and learning new moves...something better than "I spend hours and hours of my life by myself playing with toys so I can go out and fool people."
I will admit though, when I do get that one spectator who thinks he knows it all...who sits there and tries to act that he knows whats going on when its obvious he doesn't....yeah, sometimes, I'll sometimes find myself fooling the guy in front of all of his buddies. It's just something that happens every now and then, unintentionally of course.