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I picked this up at Tannens in NYC back in 2007. It gets great reactions.
Try mymagiczone.com. It's not a store though. It's a magic community site. Not very active latley but you might find some good stuff there if you...
I heard that if you don't get treatment for OSD it may lead to WWS (Wand Waving Syndrome). But then again, I'm no doctor.
mymagiczone.com is like a myspace for magicians.
Robc is right. Both Tannens and Fantasma hold many magic lectures throughout the year.
Congratulations! Continued success.
Any lecture at Fantasma is worth it. Great opportunity to meet other magicians. Good chance you might run into Simon Lovell and or David Roth...
It is called Super Sharpie because it is a gimmicked sharpie.
The one way backs on these are the most subtle I have seen so far and very hard to find.
Also, take a look a close look at the King of Spades,...
Kennedy Halves, Soft Walking Liberites, Quarters, English Pennies, US Pennies, US Dimes.
Mark Wilson's Complete Course in Magic book is one of many good books to start out with.
Ring thing (basic move)
I just recently refilled my super sharpie. It was easy. Handing out the sharpie for some one to sign a card should be no problem.
When I started magic I started by reading. Some effects were easy to pick up but others were difficult to follow so I started using DVDs. Now that...
Looks like somehitng that could promote magic but I don't have one those game systems.
One such DVD on rubber band magic is Band Shark by Dan Harlan
You can find Simon Lovell hanging around the Fantasma Forums where he even moderates the cards forum.
This is a valuable resource. Thank you for taking the time and effort to put this together.
Even without the "cutting and stuff" those coins are worth more than face value. The place where the cutting and stuff is being done cost money....