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Re: Books For Sale

Do you still have "The Original Illusions of Ralph Adams" available?

Thanks!
by Jeff Stone
02/27/14 04:08 PM
 
Forum: Collector's Marketplace
Topic: Books For Sale
Replies: 1
Views: 684

Re: Keylicious by Jeff Prace

I agree about Jeff's presentation (as mentioned in the review I linked off too above). However I do think that that props are well made and would be very valuable in the hands of a better performer. I gave the product a solid review based on the product quality and method and effect. I did not inclu...
by Jeff Stone
11/26/12 07:09 PM
 
Forum: Light from the Lamp ONLINE.
Topic: Keylicious by Jeff Prace
Replies: 6
Views: 1056

Re: Keylicious by Jeff Prace

An alternate point of view: Keylicious
by Jeff Stone
11/22/12 01:34 AM
 
Forum: Light from the Lamp ONLINE.
Topic: Keylicious by Jeff Prace
Replies: 6
Views: 1056

Re: Drawn In by Oliver Meech

@Richard - Agreed. I paid the fat price tag of $350 ish for my copy of MOABT, and it's been more than worth it. I think Meech's book is in that same type of category. Having a $350 MOABT on your bookshelf that never sees the light of the stage makes the price too much. Same with Oliver's book. The b...
by Jeff Stone
04/24/12 05:52 PM
 
Forum: Light from the Lamp ONLINE.
Topic: Drawn In by Oliver Meech
Replies: 5
Views: 1383

Re: Drawn In by Oliver Meech

In my rarely-ever-humble opinion, I think this book is worth more than Oliver is charging. Here's My Full Review
by Jeff Stone
04/24/12 05:14 PM
 
Forum: Light from the Lamp ONLINE.
Topic: Drawn In by Oliver Meech
Replies: 5
Views: 1383

Re: Gum by Jeff Prace

And one of the reasons that Americans and Canadians have a lower standard of education that we British. Academically we are far superior. And it is all because of the lack of chewing gum. As I have already stated chewing gum rots the brain cells. I would rather have rotting teeth than rotting brain...
by Jeff Stone
12/02/09 08:56 PM
 
Forum: Light from the Lamp ONLINE.
Topic: Gum by Jeff Prace
Replies: 34
Views: 4942

Re: Rubik Cubes

Osterlind has a cool take on the blind-folded solve. I actually open my stand up act with just a standard straight up legitimate solving of the cube. My stand up show is pretty much comedy mentalism. I start of with a few gag/joke prediction bits while the cube is being passed around the audience. W...
by Jeff Stone
06/22/09 02:53 AM
 
Forum: General
Topic: Rubik Cubes
Replies: 37
Views: 3670

Re: Flash Paper Credit

Awesome. Thank you so much!
by Jeff Stone
06/11/09 06:56 AM
 
Forum: Reference Room
Topic: Flash Paper Credit
Replies: 5
Views: 1195

Re: Flash Paper Credit

Curtis,

Thanks for the info. Do you happen to know which Yedid routine/book it was?

Thanks a million.
by Jeff Stone
06/11/09 02:59 AM
 
Forum: Reference Room
Topic: Flash Paper Credit
Replies: 5
Views: 1195

Flash Paper Credit

Hey everyone.

Does anyone know if there is an official credit on the idea of concealing flash paper in a Zig Zag (cigarette paper) package?

I know Bannon used it in Impossibilia and Burger, I believe, has used it before. Anyone else?

Thanks in Advance.
by Jeff Stone
06/10/09 05:03 AM
 
Forum: Reference Room
Topic: Flash Paper Credit
Replies: 5
Views: 1195

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