Wilson's 3FLY and more...

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Postby Charlie Chang » 05/24/03 05:13 PM

Dear all,

I have just uploaded my new website:


There you will find online versions of my books and lecture notes PLUS several brand new items, including my complete 3FLY routine.

This introduces a new phase that answers a few of the problems I have encountered with the effect over the last 13 years.

My Ultra-Natural double lift, Non-Faro and professional Ring-on-Wand are also available.

Other effects will appear soon, including my complete Out Of Sight, Out Of Mind handling and my version of Ramsay's Triple Restoration.



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Postby Guest » 05/25/03 01:03 AM

Those are very low prices, Paul!

Postby thecardman » 05/25/03 06:04 AM


You're letting people save money?!?!?!? :eek: You're a Scotsman and we've got a stereotype to live up to...

Seriously, though, well done with the site. :cool:

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Postby Richard Kaufman » 05/26/03 01:38 PM

I don't think any of us want to watch a Scottish pissing contest! Posts deleted accordingly.
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Postby Temperance » 05/28/03 05:53 AM

Pissing contest? :confused:

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Postby Bill Mullins » 05/28/03 07:50 AM

I take it Paul doesn't like the Handlordz people . . .
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Postby Rick Schulz » 05/28/03 09:52 AM


You have aroused my curiousity: how is a "Scottish pissing contest" different from any other such "contest"? :confused: And since this forum has tolerated other heated debates/discussions, why the sudden intervention from the chief Genii?

Paul - thanks for making such great magic available to the rest of us! :D
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Postby Guest » 05/28/03 10:12 AM

Originally posted by Rick Schulz:

You have aroused my curiousity: how is a "Scottish pissing contest" different from any other such "contest"?
When they're through, they both want their piss back. :-)

Postby Ian Kendall » 05/28/03 10:20 AM

Wa-hey! I'm still laughing :)

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Postby Jon Elion » 05/28/03 01:51 PM

I was chatting with the President of a major Ivy League University a few years back, a foreign-born gentleman of great distinction. After several glasses of wine, we were discussing political battles, and I mentioned to him my favorite saying: "Never get into a pissing contest unless you are prepared to get wet".

He smiled politely and countered in a soft and dignified voice: "In my country, we have a similar saying. 'Never get into a pissing contest if you think you are going to need both hands!'."

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Postby luigimar » 06/02/03 02:40 PM

Just bought a few of Paul's items from his site and can hardly wait to get off work to take a look at them and start practicing.

Paul: It would be nice to have more videos of some more items you have for sale so those of use who already bought something, have an idea of what a trick should look like.

Just a thought. Oh, and Thanks!

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