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that was cool and entertaining =)
What are you gonna say next... that Santa lives at the South pole?!
also has anyone seen that programme afew years back in which a guy says hes going to make a tall building disappear, and holds up a screen covering them, and you can hear the explosions and see the smoke, but *omg*, when he takes the screen down the buildings are gone.later in the interview he said it was really hard, because all the camera crew are peering over their stuff at thisexploding building and going "ooh" but he had to look straight ahead, with a straight face. anyone seen it?
However, what bugs me are the stupid comments saying `oh, it was sooo obvious!`. You`re missing the point. Considering that they were taking the mickey out of Vegas acts, and were going to reveal how it was done anyway, the performance was more about the choreography tham actually fooling people. - The trick is the easy part. the presentation, however, is where they really stand out!
Besides, in my experience, a magic trick is always `easy`, ONLY WHEN YOU KNOW HOW IT`S DONE! I used to do close-up tricks for tips at a restaurant, including spoon bending Uri Geller style. If the tip was really good, I`d reveal the secret to them. (Cos Geller is a fraud & should be debunked) - The amount of people sying `Wow! Is that all it is?`, was amazing!
Having said all that, I prefer to be the one watching magic & enjoying the illusion rather than going `I know how they did that`, cos frankly, it smacks of arrogance.
i still make coins disappear for the girls at my work, but they`re easy to fool lol
...Man... Teller`s "Blast off" gives me the creeps..
However, it still doesn`t reveal how David Copperfield does his magic tricks, in which there are no boxes and trap doors to hide in.
His body parts are separated on surgical gurneys, so you can actually see legs moving on a stainless steel table, without any body attached.
There is no place to hide the person.
After having been to a live show, the only way I can see Copperfield accomplishing his tricks, is by actually using humans, cutting them apart, and then placing their body parts onto tables.
Perhaps he uses some kind of electrical voltage to move the body parts.
Each show would require some fresh human body parts.
I wouldn`t be surprised if this is what Copperfield was actually doing. We know he`s a rapist already, perhaps he`s also a serial killer."
ever thought about fake parts? or maybe he kills the people he rapes and uses their bodies. who kno
The fun part is - listen to the lyrics to the song in the second half.
I wouldn`t be surprised if this is what Copperfield was actually doing. We know he`s a rapist already, perhaps he`s also a serial killer.
Yes it looks easy but the timing comes from years of very HARD work.
I still beleive in magic! *LIGHTNING BOLT!*
And yeah, I`ve seen this before...but it`s good. ^-^