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Postby Pepka » 03/01/03 05:32 PM

I admit it. Today I was flipping around and there was a disco concert airing on VH1. During one song, a guy was doing card manip. and scaling cards over the audience. Anybody have a clue who this was, and what it has to do with disco?
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Postby Guest » 03/01/03 08:52 PM

Pepka, I saw the whole show.I watched the credits at the end to see who he was but the dancers were all listed together and I had seen him in another scene, I think. The funnest bit on the show was a transvestite fashon show to "Abba's" song "Dancing Queen"
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Postby Pepka » 03/03/03 05:14 AM

Yeah Mike, that was histerical. I find it hard to believe that we're the only members that saw the show. No one else will admit that they like disco. I bet RK was quite the boogiemeister in the 70's.
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Postby Bill Mullins » 03/05/03 10:07 AM

Originally posted by pepka:
I bet RK was quite the boogiemeister in the 70's.
Check out his picture on the cover of the Gene Maze book he did.
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Postby Richard Kaufman » 03/05/03 11:19 AM

Pepka, you're nuts! :)
I spent all my time studying and practicing card magic in the 1970s--I led a very dull life. I've never once been in a disco.
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Postby Pepka » 03/05/03 08:08 PM

Just kidding Richard!!! :D I can believe that, you were really busy back then. (However, anyone with incriminating photos of our editor in bellbottoms and platform shoes, we need to post it.)
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