One time at magic camp David came to visit us and even tho he was bummed because he got bad ratings on the last special he did that year and alot of magi were talking bad about it and him but he still came to see us and it was really neet and I got to talk to him alot but I didnt ask about how his illusions worked even tho I wanted to but I didnt but he did admit to me that he was heterosexual and I said really? even tho your a dancer? and he laughed.
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Okay, Im sorry, I should not have done that; its just been one of those days. Crystalwizzard, some of us can be very brutal to folks who do not write the way we would like. Your style is very difficult to get through. You really need to consider your reader more when writing. It appears that you just blazed through, spilling all your thoughts without really forming them in some cohesive manner.
To answer the questions I could gather: First, the staging for each piece David performs, where he walks, who and how he interacts with them, is not something that is as casual as it appears from the audience standpoint. Everything is planned out to the most exacting detail and has its various purposes, so dont feel snubbed because you were treated differently from other volunteers. And yes, David is a bit shy, at least thats what Ive gathered from the few times I met him.
PS: The above story is semi-true. It was years ago at the Magic Castle. He was in an unhappy mood because of some negative commentary on one of his shows, but a mutual friend lightened him up considerably with the joke about his sexuality and him being a dancer.