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Robert LAMAR
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"The power of thought is the MAGIC of the MIND." ~ Lord Byron
"The power of thought is the MAGIC of the MIND." ~ Lord Byron

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"You know, magicians let me down all the time. But magic has never let me down." ~ Max Maven

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"Books on magic theory will never generate as much interest among the majority of magicians as books with even mediocre tricks explained in them." ~ Matthew Field

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I cannot wait to get my hands on one of these bills. Proud Nova Scotian AND proud 🇨🇦.
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"Making love to me is amazing. Wait, I meant: making love, to me, is amazing. The absence of two little commas nearly transformed me into a sex god." ~ Dark Jar Tin Zoo
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"Magic is the moment of conscious conflict between knowledge and evidence.” ~ Brian Miller

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"Caught in the difficulty of mystifying, magicians often forget that the first role of the artist is to communicate a beautiful idea." ~ Teller

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I’ve been thinking: what would it look like if you were to create a card fountain while cutting the cards!? Not quite what I had in mind, but pretty damn cool just the same. Enjoy! 😉
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Yet another brilliant image from our local (Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada) political cartoonist, Michael de Adder.
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“Correct knowledge and understanding can be acquired in a coherent and long-lasting manner only after the misconceptions and reasoning fallacies have been exposed and corrected.” ~ Nidhal Guessoum
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“You spend even a little time contemplating the Earth from orbit and the most deeply engrained nationalisms begin to erode. They seem the squabbles of mites on a plum.”
~ Carl Sagan
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