Whatever makes you feel better about your inconsistencies I guess. Me personally, I suck it up and practice. You're probably right though I'm sure you guys are all Marlo reincarnated and you just get nipped by that dry hand goblin every now and then.[/QUOTE]
Yeah, inconsistencies. That 98% of the time I execute my DL perfectly 'somehow' changes into 20%? I'm highly doubting it. Also, I've never actually read any Ed Marlo, I'm sadly only a DVD learner. The only time I read a book was when i was 11 years old, and it wasn't written by any big name.
I also love this "When everyone's saying the same thing, just listen.". I'm sure that line of thinking has never backfired *throws a big blanket over nazi germany, slavery, the spanish inquisition, segregation and Justin Bieber*. Do you always let majority rule determine your beliefs? How can you have any thoughts of your own then? Why should I give your words any weight when you've made it apparent you're only miming what the majority is saying?
No, I don't let majority rule how I think. Nazi germany, slavery, and everything else. None of them had very much evidence or a good reason of why their belief was correct, true?
I mean really guys perish the thought a guy complains about his inability to perform a sleight and someone says "Well, maybe you should practice it then.". Not only that, but I actually may have given the most in depth solution to the dry hands "problem"! Jeez crucify a guy why don't you? Come to think of it, that was the popular decision at one point wasn't it? Hmm...
Yup crucifying was a popular decision at one point. Again, not very much evidence of how it helped, right?
My evidence, our
evidence, is that almost nobody is able to perform sleights correctly without moisture. It has solid proof. Go ahead, make your hands extremely dry, and then try and do a sleight.
I have to run now, got a math exam tomorrow.
Just try it though, get your hands very dry, and try and do a move perfectly.
Tell me how it goes!