Hey guys. I was at Myrtle Beach, SC yesterday and I walked into a toy store...it seemed that they were selling a "commercially packaged" humming card. I couldn't see all the contents, but there was a T.V with the commercial for the product playing which basically says that, "If you buy this, you will learn how to do THIS! (Make a spinning card float.)" While the Humming Card isn't anything new, I really think that commercially packaging magic ideas to sell to the "laymen society" is really unethical. I mean, I highly doubt people will really end up trying to sell cups and balls or Prophet in toy stores, but why would anyone do this to a product that's supposed to be part of an art of secrecy? I don't care how easy the method is or how many people in the world "know how it's done." It's OUR art and I am against it being sold in chain toy stores. What are your views on this?