if you need help from a multi award winning magician

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Postby Guest » 10/26/06 08:44 AM

for all magicians,if you need help from a multi award winning magician, feel free to ask me advice, or any help, regarding all types of magic e.g, stage, close-up, mentalism, comedy, silent, cards, coins, fire, packet tricks, trick instructions, or just need to find a certain trick, feel free to email me at magic_joe_101_7@hotmail.co.uk
Yours magically
Mystify
Master of Mystery
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Postby Guest » 10/26/06 08:54 AM

Originally posted by Mystify:
for all magicians,if you need help from a multi award winning magician, feel free to ask me advice, or any help, regarding all types of magic e.g, stage, close-up, mentalism, comedy, silent, cards, coins, fire, packet tricks, trick instructions, or just need to find a certain trick, feel free to email me at magic_joe_101_7@hotmail.co.uk
Yours magically
Mystify
Master of Mystery
Brilliant. I need to know how to do silent comedy mntalism on stage with a close up kinda of feel. I will be using a mix of fire, coins, cards and packet tricks.

What's your advice?
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Postby Guest » 10/26/06 09:37 AM

What, no advice about working with animals...........Damn !
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Postby Guest » 10/26/06 10:13 AM

I'm guessing none of those awards were for things like subtlety or humility.

Just an observation. :D
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Postby Guest » 10/26/06 11:01 AM

http://www.freewebs.com/mystifymagic

"Mystify
Performing for people across london
attending the young magicians club
i have performed magic for 5 years and as i get older my knoledge broadens
i hope you like the site
enjoy"

:confused:
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Postby Guest » 10/26/06 12:35 PM

Originally posted by audioslave:
http://www.freewebs.com/mystifymagic

"Mystify
Performing for people across london
attending the young magicians club
i have performed magic for 5 years and as i get older my knoledge broadens
i hope you like the site
enjoy"

:confused:
It gets better:

"For childrens partys i do about an hours show, about half an our doing magic and the rest doing balloon animals or games all for 65"
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Postby Guest » 10/26/06 01:01 PM

Originally posted by Jim Coles:
I'm guessing none of those awards were for things like subtlety or humility.
And certainly not for spelling or grammar.

This is so ridiculous that I'm fairly sure that it's a wind-up. It can't be real, surely?

Dave
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Postby Guest » 10/26/06 03:51 PM

Originally posted by Dave Le Fevre:
Originally posted by Jim Coles:
[b] I'm guessing none of those awards were for things like subtlety or humility.
And certainly not for spelling or grammar.

This is so ridiculous that I'm fairly sure that it's a wind-up. It can't be real, surely?

Dave [/b]
I really hope not.

I mean the site was built on free hosting, using somekind of 'wizard' to do it as it's so horrible. The content couldn't have taken more than 10 mins to write, then he comes here offering his expert advice to (myself excluded) some of the most experienced magicians in the world.

Maybe it's [censored]?

But yes, it's so bad it *has* to be a joke.
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Postby Guest » 10/26/06 06:00 PM

Looks like he also goes by the name of "Magic Dave" (catchy!) and on this site it appears he has been doing magic for an additional 5 years....

http://www.freewebs.com/dloosley/

"Stage: 45 mins of mayhem ,includes silent act, comedy, mentalism and excitement. Charge: 60"

Deary me..... would be good if he could show us his silent act :)
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Postby Guest » 10/26/06 06:03 PM

And if you want details of his multiple awards (providing you can stand the noise!) you can go to:

http://www.freewebs.com/ymcmember/

"we ourselfs are multi award winning magicians with a multi award winning act, including the kaymar kommedy cup and the pete mcCahon originality award."

So there you go.....

BTW, for our American cousins, the above unfortunately does seem to be the level of English they are teaching in our schools these days.

There used to be the old joke about two nations divided by a common language.... however, I am not that sure they speak English in England any more... at least not the same language I was taught (partly to blame, of course, is the SMS culture and the mobile phone permanently welded to most teenagers thumbs)

I am not sure, but I believe that English is no longer even a compulsory part of the GCSE curriculum (or whatever it is they have invented to give under-achievers a qualification regardless of their abilities these days) ...
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Postby Andrew Martin Portala » 10/26/06 06:33 PM

Mystify
The ocean is very deep.
There's so much to learn about this amazing art.
It take a little more than 5 years I'm sorry to say.
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Postby Guest » 10/26/06 06:35 PM

The kid identified on one of the link sites looks suspiciously like the kid on YouTube who was explaining "The World's Greatest Card Trick."

This may be an example of the old saying, "The confidence of amateurs is the envy of professionals."
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Postby Guest » 10/26/06 09:28 PM

Originally posted by andrew martin:
Mystify
The ocean is very deep.
There's so much to learn about this amazing art.
It take a little more than 5 years I'm sorry to say.
Look dude, he's won awards (although not in spelling ).

Let's wait to see what advice he can offer us. He sounds like the real deal to me.
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Postby Guest » 10/26/06 10:20 PM

Damian,

My right leg is already longer than my left. Keep pulling, but please change legs and even them out.
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Postby Guest » 10/26/06 10:42 PM

Originally posted by David Alexander:
Damian,

My right leg is already longer than my left. Keep pulling, but please change legs and even them out.
David

I am no expert, nor award winner in the pulling of legs. Maybe Mystify is? Let's ask him when he comes back to regale us with his advice.
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Postby Guest » 10/26/06 11:51 PM

Originally posted by mrgoat:
Let's wait to see what advice he can offer us. He sounds like the real deal to me.
I think you are right - perhaps we have been too quick to judge. Clearly he has employed a poor Web design team who have made some significant mistakes - that should clearly not be taken as an indication of his skills as a magician, or lack thereof. His silky chops and slick presentation in the YouTube video left me speechless at the time.

Anyone with that many awards and a video on YouTube deserves our respect. I await, swine-like and with bated breath, his pearls of wisdom.
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Postby Guest » 10/27/06 12:15 AM

Originally posted by David Alexander:
The kid identified on one of the link sites looks suspiciously like the kid on YouTube who was explaining "The World's Greatest Card Trick."
Looking at those pics, I may have been confused over the identities of Mystify and Magic Dave - my apologies.

But who, enquiring minds are dying to know, is Mephisto Joe?
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Postby Guest » 10/27/06 08:36 AM

It is an Erdnase-like mystery that we need the most highly regarded scholars here to help us solve
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Postby Guest » 10/27/06 09:46 AM

Good old Magic Dave,i bet he is every bit as happy as those with brains!!! :whack: :help:
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Postby Guest » 10/27/06 10:30 AM

I'm just hoping he'll come back and impart some of his ever broadening knoledge.
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Postby Jeff Haas » 10/27/06 03:32 PM

I want to see him in this show:

Putnam County
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