.I am not allowed to post any video or photography of this package or its contents until this Saturday (My Birthday!) at 11 PM.
Then he'd die!...and...you'd steal the Sentinel deck! *GASP*I will hit you with one of these.
You have to be really naive to think that somebody of artists delivered you that .
That's just not logical at all .
Uh. JB's and the other artists have been in magic a LONG time. They know a LOT of people. Also, JB grew up in that area. Do you really think it would be all that difficult to ship a box to Charleston a week ahead of time and tell the person "Go to X address at 10:30 and call me. When I give you a signal, you're going to drop the box on the doorstep and hit the bell and get out of there. Got it?"
I could organize that in under an hour if I knew someone in the area.
Why do people get so jazzed about customized decks of cards? Sure, they're cool to have in a collection, but they're impractical to actually use. I would rather get paid $1 for every time that I used a set of Guardians or a Ghost Deck and someone told me the deck was rigged than the money I make providing entertainment at local restaurants.
Maybe I'm just old and jaded, but I'd rather just get a few new DVD releases.
I'll go ahead and be honest, I've used both custom and regular decks of cards. I settled on bicycles for many reasons, one of them wasn't 'because they don't arise suspicion'.
The way you handle cards, or the types of tricks you do, will determine how your audience responds. I've performed with ghost decks, guardians, and who knows how many other decks and never had anyone ask or speculate 'trick deck...'
It's not always about the cards, just like a little kid figuring out the coin went up your sleeve has nothing to do with poor technique.