February Genii

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Postby Guest » 01/16/04 06:01 PM

I opened my mailbox today to find Tom Burgoon and

Timmy the Toilet Paper inside. What were they

doing, why they are are the cover of this months

" Genii " . Mr. Burgoon gives away four routines

including the toilet paper routine . I always

thought mouth coils were for clowns and children's

magicians , don't pass this by. Also a great

article on Tommy Cooper. Great issure Richard....

Mike :whack:
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Postby Guest » 01/22/04 05:25 AM

One of my favorites issues also!
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Postby Guest » 01/22/04 07:33 AM

I have seen Tom perform in comedy clubs, magic conventions, and opener for big names in show business. This is truly an all around act of great fun, I never tire of watching Tom perform!

Take care all,
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Postby John McDonald » 01/22/04 01:18 PM

Arrived in Manchester on 22nd January.
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Postby Guest » 01/28/04 05:12 AM

Mine arrived one week ago here in Munich, Germany. Great issue! On page 61, I even recognised what seems to be a stage version of Nick Trost's Fly Circus. I perform the close up version for about 15 years now and the audience loves it! Where can I get the cards of the stage version?

Best regards,
Thomas
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Postby Ray Banks » 01/28/04 07:05 AM

Wow.

I have not received my issue yet here in Houston. Maybe I should move to Germany!!
Pick a card....Any card....NO not THAT card..THIS one!

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Postby Richard Kaufman » 01/28/04 09:05 AM

Ray, foreign airmail subscribers can in fact receive their issues before subscribers in the United States. One of the reasons is that they pay a LOT more for postage, and airmail is often quicker than second-class periodical mail, which is how we ship in the US.
Subscribe today to Genii Magazine
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Postby Ray Banks » 01/28/04 11:21 AM

Richard

I was just joking.
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Postby Chris Aguilar » 01/28/04 01:10 PM

For what it's worth, I got my copy very quickly out here in Sacramento.
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Postby Guest » 02/02/04 04:31 PM

Just purchased my copy today here in London, UK. Looks great as always.
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Postby Guest » 02/11/04 07:22 PM

Jon Racherbaumer's feature on David Blaine's "Above the Below" DVD, is right on target...understands and identifies much (no pun intended, really) that is above and below the surface, of his compelling appeal amd success.
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