World's Greatest Potential Sleight of Hand Artist Just Born

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Postby Richard Kaufman » 01/31/09 02:10 PM

This dude will be able to hold a break and you'll never know:
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Postby Terry » 01/31/09 08:03 PM

Break nothing - think palming.
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Postby Michael Close » 01/31/09 08:54 PM

Palming, nothing - think chord changes.
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Postby Richard Kaufman » 01/31/09 09:17 PM

He could make Oscar Peterson look weak!
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Postby Doc Dixon » 01/31/09 10:40 PM

You're all missing the biggest drawback: if this kid wants to do a billiard ball routine,it will cost him 25% more.

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PS: And his thimble routines will be 20% more boring than most.
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Postby Joe Pecore » 01/31/09 10:57 PM

And how will he give hecklers the finger?
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Postby magicbar » 02/01/09 12:36 AM

What's his name, Vernet?
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Postby John Carney » 02/01/09 01:03 AM

looks like that Ed Mishell drawing with the extra fingers
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Postby Mike Masaveg » 02/01/09 07:08 PM

I was more amazed with the mutton chops on the pediatrician.
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Postby Joe M. Turner » 02/01/09 11:33 PM

Don't tease the boy. I'm sure some day he'll make some woman very happy.

I think he wins the contest for best use of the pointer anomaly.
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Postby Terry » 02/02/09 08:31 PM

Yeah, but buying a glove of any type will be a chore.
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Postby Jonathan Townsend » 02/03/09 10:39 AM

Terry wrote:Yeah, but buying a glove of any type will be a chore.


Mittens and socks work fine.

There was a scene in GATTACA where a pianist tossed out their glove after a performance (six fingers)
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Postby Ruben Padilla » 02/03/09 11:42 PM

I think it's beautiful. What a special little guy...
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Postby Richard Kaufman » 02/04/09 06:55 PM

Somewhere out in the world in the next few years a little girl is going to be born and develop into a "shrimper." If we can just get the two of them hooked up, they'll be in heaven.
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Postby Adrian Kuiper » 02/05/09 11:43 AM

Richard Kaufman wrote:Somewhere out in the world in the next few years a little girl is going to be born and develop into a "shrimper." If we can just get the two of them hooked up, they'll be in heaven.


Richard.....you've been watching too much Discovery Channel...

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Postby Tom Frame » 02/05/09 12:54 PM

Michael Muldoon is a talented card magician who proudly sports a sixth finger. I don't know if it helps or hinders his card work. Perhaps he'll chime in and let us know.
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