Blaine as beloved British icon?

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Blaine as beloved British icon?

Postby Oakes » August 5th, 2002, 9:58 am

this is sort of fun.... it's a Flash game featuring David Blaine as one of Britain's new beloved cultural icons.

go to: Kronenbourg 1664 Guillotine

give Kelly Osbourne a turn while you're at it.

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Re: Blaine as beloved British icon?

Postby Jon Racherbaumer » August 5th, 2002, 11:01 am

There are many downsides to being famous for being "famous" and it seems as though certain celebrities are able to arouse the cheers of fans and the ire of detractors in almost equal measure. The important thing is to get "press" and publicity. Blaine hits many nerves and gets tons of publicity. How many other magicians are incorporated in satirical skits, celebrated cartoon series (South Park), and other weird sources and outlets?

The MTV Generation now giggles at James Bond, shrugs at the Terminator and Rambo, but swoons at Vin Diesel, star of the soon to be release "XXX."
Blaine could be Vin's cousin, "da guy that works da streets" and hooks up with the hottie chicks.


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Re: Blaine as beloved British icon?

Postby Pete Biro » August 5th, 2002, 12:45 pm

Face it Roc' :eek: alla... onward is it. Stay still you wither... onward... (and pray, not "downward")
Stay tooned.

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