By Alexander the Great Magician
March 17, Ottawa
I'm sitting at the airport looking out at the tarmac. The morning sun is shining across the spiffy United Express aeroplane that I will be boarding in 20 minutes. The customs officer wanted to know if I had a trick to show. But since I'm in a t-shirt I clearly have nothing up my sleeves.
Security wasn't too much of a big deal, the xray guy asked me if I had books in my bag, my carton of bicycle cards must have looked odd at the side of my bag. I hardly packed any magic tricks with me, but there is a good reason for this. First, there is going to be no shortage of stuff to watch. Second, the more I can do with less the better.
If I can walk into a room and do a trick with whats on the tables then I can certainly perform magic with props. Last year I often said during my act "I like to twist reality with words first, then sneak in some magic with props; it comes as a surprise that way." (credits: Lennart Green)
Well, I better wrap up this message, and change my voice mail message for the week! ;-)
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