So a while ago, I read an article about how most of Criss Angel's work was computer generated. I mean, obviously the cutting people in half in public, floating in the middle of the desert, etc. were fake, but a lot more of his stuff was also apparently fake. Now, I would really like to know how much of his stuff is fake, because I know Jay Sankey (of all people) worked for Angel for a little bit, so some of his stuff must be real right (probably the tricks he chose to teach us, and a couple others). Furthermore, he's gotten on podcasts with the likes of Penn Jillette. So at this point, I'm really trying to figure all this out. At this point in the discussion, I'm assuming that article was true at this point. No disrespect to Angel, but can camera tricks be really called Magic? Beyond that, can you go from saying that to criticizing David Blaine for "not performing infront of live audiences" and not being the best card magician out there? At least Blaine's stunts are real. I mean, no one critiqued Houdini for doing insane non-card stunts and tricks. And then Lo and behold, after almost a half-year of this continued debate in my head, Chris Ramsay addresses it in a video, and he really helps strengthen this discussion. I would love to hear your thoughts on "Fake" Magic and this "last group of TV magicians that are trying to convince people that magic is real, and doing so by any means necessary" as Ramsay put it, referring to Angel.