Morgan Streblers' LIQUID METAL
Price: $0.00 Well at least for me it was.
It's more just finger strength, although I did not have any problem with the forks he mentioned. You can get forks 4/$ at Wal-Mart. Otherwise all the moves are pretty easy to do and I have no trouble with them at all.
If you wanted to, you could do the set-up infornt of somone and they wouldnt even know it. Also, you only set-up one fork, the which is only for the first phase, otherwise it's completly clean. You can use any
I was performing this routine to people in less than a week.
The menu and graphics and sound are great, but one thing, Morgan looked into cameras all the time, making eye contact, but lots of the time it was other camera's that they did not use at that time in the DVD. When making the DVD they could of edited it to use the camera he made eye contact with while talking.
Three times to repeat what happens in the routine and how do it is a lot. I'd say a little too much. They should of left out the teaching session. Personaly I think it was dumb and a waste of my time. Otherwise he teaches it very well.
I think its well thought out and planned. Its pretty much as good as it's hyped up to be.
Morgan’s impossible key bending routine
He teaches it well, but this is not so great, just a plain and simple method anyone could do.
Basicly what happens it that he just borrows a key, then he get someone to rub their finger on it. It starts to bend. Now, given out for examination.
The Fork U Fork
Let's just say it's a more
polite way of giving someone the finger.
The Corkscrew Tine Bend
A nice touch to the normal Corkscrew Bend. Although, very hard to do!
Making a tine, visually, bend and then twist.
I want to say that I use this everwhere I go now! If somone asks to show a trick, all I do is ask for a couple forks, and I have a good routine set-up and this will get you parties
, no kidding.
If your in doubt of this trick, I'd say click "Add to Cart" now!