I know that many of you buy David Acer products strictly for the laughs and never really spend time on the magic, but you really should and I'll tell you why. At the base of nearly everything David Acer devises is a solid magic principle which can be adapted in a thousand ways. First you get the entertainment value of his uniquely playful interpretation of whatever-it-is, and then you ... get busy.
In the interest of weeding out that undesirable element who are only in it for the comedy, I decided to take every amusing passage in his latest book (Random Acts of Magic) and post it right here, so that only true students of magic will buy the book. While I know that David would appreciate this very deeply ("I don't even WANT those people's money," he huffed to me - and believe me, a huffy David Acer is a very imposing and intimidating object), I'm afraid I just can't find the time due to (inaudibly mumbled excuse).