Off-Center tear in November issue

Discuss the tricks and sleights which appear in Genii.

Postby Guest » 10/28/07 12:19 AM

I think this is remarkable! It's a new -- believe it or not -- version of the center tear. And it's insanely simple. No tearing multiple times. Tear once, toss or burn. You have the thought, drawing, whatever, right there with an umbrella unfold. The nice thing is more space availabe for the spectator to draw and for you to easily glance at.

Yeah, it's mine

Postby Guest » 10/28/07 12:21 AM

sorry for the typos.

Postby Guest » 11/20/07 03:44 PM

Yeah, it's a pretty cool utility move. Much faster than a regular tear. Keep eye contact with spectator, tear once and throw away. Yup, real cool.

Postby Guest » 11/21/07 02:30 PM

I know! It's hard to believe you can do everything from drawing duplications to fortune telling with one new, ORIGINAL center tear featured in the November issue of Genii.
Who is this Andrew Baroch anyway? Oh, he got to the semifinals of the "Phenomenon" auditions in L-A. Then, why aren't we seeing him on the air? Well, he settled for holding the cue cards for Funovitz.

Postby Guest » 11/21/07 02:31 PM

Andy, rather. I'm not from Louisiana.

Postby David Scollnik » 11/27/07 12:46 PM

Andy, you haven't posted about your off center tear in a while. Have you lost your enthusiasm for it already?

Seriously, I just recently read the November issue and I do think your contribution is quite nice. Thx for it.
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Postby Guest » 12/13/07 08:11 PM

Irv Weiner had a similar thing called (as I recall) the "One Tear Center Tear."

He used the same "special something" to purloin the information, but his billet wasn't off-center -- it was folded in the standard manner.

Postby Guest » 12/28/07 09:10 AM

No, that's not true. Only I could have thought up such a simple yet brilliant method for the center tear -- because I'm pretty simple.

best, andy

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