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Postby Jeff Pierce Magic » 02/20/06 08:01 AM

email or phone please.

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Postby Bob Farmer » 02/20/06 02:10 PM

Mr. Busby can be reached at:

1-800-4-Humbug and Busby@chiseler.com
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Postby John LeBlanc » 02/20/06 03:19 PM

When did he change his number? The last one I had for his customer service line was 1-800-GO2-HELL.

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Postby Jeff Pierce Magic » 02/20/06 03:40 PM

You guys are brutal, I just needed some credit info.

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Postby Bob Farmer » 02/20/06 03:49 PM

Jeff:

Busby owes me money. Even though I have repeatedly asked for the dough, he has refused to even acknowledge my request.

At one time, he was a respected member of the magic community, but he's managed to alienate most reasonable people.

He lives in Wallace, Idaho, so you should be able to find a phone number for him there.
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Postby Guest » 02/20/06 10:14 PM

Here you are:Jeff Busby Magic Inc, (208) 556-1191, 506 6th St, Wallace, ID 83873
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Postby Richard Kaufman » 02/20/06 10:33 PM

Tell the thieving bastard we all say hello.
Subscribe today to Genii Magazine
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Postby Dustin Stinett » 02/20/06 10:38 PM

That explains it: Jeff Pierce was looking in the phonebook for "Busby, Jeff" when he should have been looking for "Bastard, Thieving."
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Postby Guest » 02/21/06 03:53 PM

Originally posted by Bob Farmer:
Jeff:

Busby owes me money. Even though I have repeatedly asked for the dough, he has refused to even acknowledge my request.

Just Money, Bob? Count yourself lucky - he owes some people a lot more than that! Books, cups, APOLOGIES, etc. Just ask Melba...

Best, PSC
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Postby Jeff Pierce Magic » 02/21/06 04:29 PM

Ok, here's the deal. I just need some info from his manuscript "Into the 4th Dimension and Beyond." If someones got it and can email, date, publisher etc. That's all I need.

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Postby Bill Duncan » 02/21/06 08:14 PM

When does that thing go into the public domain anyway?
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Postby Guest » 02/21/06 09:23 PM

And now
A little mentalism for your reading pleasure.

"Y'know?
For some strange reason...
Don't ask me to pinpoint it...
Because the inclinations are still a bit vague.
But still...
I'm getting the vibes...
I'm getting the feeling...
That you guys don't like Busby.

Ta! Da!"

(cue immediate THUNDEROUS Applause)

Fade to black.

:cool:
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Postby Dustin Stinett » 02/21/06 09:33 PM

Yeah, and this means, of course, that we have veered off of Jeffs topic.

My bad.

Can anyone help Jeff with his original question?

Jeff, I'm going to hit the old magazines and look for some ads. The info garnered from that might be the closest we can get.

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Postby Craig Matsuoka » 02/21/06 09:35 PM

I've got the manuscript. Jeff, check your email.
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Postby John LeBlanc » 02/21/06 09:35 PM

Originally posted by Bill Duncan:
When does that thing go into the public domain anyway?
If it had the copyright notice inside, it enters public domain January 1, 2069. If it was published without notice, it's already entered public domain. (Like that Atlanta whacko's shell manuscript.)

In my opinion the first phase of Busby's routine (on which "Card Warp" is based) is a "Model T" -- a curiosity of historical interest and worthy of credit, obviously, but far, far surpassed in every way by what followed it. Walton's trick was wonderful, and Howie Schwartzman's "Star Warp" was a phenomenal handling. But for my money, Michael Close's "Dr. Strangetrick" in Workers #1 is the one to do.

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Postby BlueEyed Videot » 02/21/06 10:05 PM

And least we forget, Bob McAllister's "Greenwarp" from the most special Richard's Almanac.
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Postby Jeff Pierce Magic » 02/22/06 12:26 PM

Thanks Craig, I have the info I need.

thanks to all

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