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Re: The "Old Posts"

Postby Stephen Ward » Aug 3rd, '07, 20:42



Amanda Angeli wrote: Imagine being an Illusionist like me. Now you're talking serious outlays of cash and time if you have CUPS.


I know what you mean, i have been thinking about investing in 'Impaled' (automatic version) but the price is really high :shock:

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Impailed

Postby Amanda Angeli » Aug 3rd, '07, 20:50

stephenmagic wrote:
Amanda Angeli wrote: Imagine being an Illusionist like me. Now you're talking serious outlays of cash and time if you have CUPS.


I know what you mean, I have been thinking about investing in 'Impaled' (automatic version) but the price is really high :shock:


Hello Stephen,

You're talking the Standard Impailed, right, for around $6000 U.S. or so? Well, it's either that or a small car. Have you thought of coming up with your own version of it? It would be fun to design, don't you think?

If I did it, instead of a sword, I think I'd use bamboo and a Vietnamese Tiger Cage, with an escape tossed in of course, and, naturally linking rings to tie it all together. Hmm, drats, now you have me thinking of this, goodness. See what you've done. Bad magic friend.

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Postby Stephen Ward » Aug 3rd, '07, 20:54

The one i wanted to have would be a skull and a hyperdermic needle on the end that filled up with blood. I think i saw one for sale in the states once.

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Right oh!!!

Postby Amanda Angeli » Aug 3rd, '07, 21:02

stephenmagic wrote:The one I wanted to have would be a skull and a hyperdermic needle on the end that filled up with blood. I think I saw one for sale in the states once.


Hey Stephen,

Yes, that one is available. I thought you were referring to the one where the person is placed on the sword and spun around then impaled. That is the one I was thinking about. But yours sounds awesome too. Get it, go on. Come on, you can do it. Yes, I know, now I'm the bad magic friend.

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Postby Stephen Ward » Aug 3rd, '07, 21:04

have you seen the import charges :shock: I could get a UK built one, i have a girl i can use and her back is fine so maybe later this year we can get down to getting it.

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Postby Mandrake » Aug 3rd, '07, 21:05

Ah but at almost $2 to £1, anything from the US is a helluva bargain right now..... :twisted:

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Postby Stephen Ward » Aug 3rd, '07, 21:07

Mandrake wrote:Ah but at almost $2 to £1, anything from the US is a helluva bargain right now..... :twisted:


Don't you dare....! :lol: :wink:

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Postby Michael Kras » Aug 3rd, '07, 21:09

I purchase every Sankey product I see whether I genuinely want it or not. Help me!

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Postby Schwen » Aug 3rd, '07, 21:09

just realised I have about an extra £50 spare I wasn't aware of..... dammit!

now what do I want?

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Postby Amanda Angeli » Aug 3rd, '07, 21:09

Mandrake wrote:Ah but at almost $2 to £1, anything from the US is a helluva bargain right now..... :twisted:


Silly me. I always thought it was the other way around. 1$ to 2 pounds.

Bananafish tried to educate me on British math.

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Postby Beardy » Aug 3rd, '07, 21:10

Amanda Angeli wrote:Bananafish tried to educate me on British math.


but up here it is "maths"

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Maths?

Postby Amanda Angeli » Aug 3rd, '07, 21:12

Blapsing_Beard wrote:
Amanda Angeli wrote:Bananafish tried to educate me on British math.


but up here it is "maths"

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Hello Chica,

Maths? I think I"m lost in the Colonies.

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Postby Stephen Ward » Aug 3rd, '07, 21:16

This old thread has got me thinking how much stuff i need now! i need a new skull cane and could do with a new frock coat as well :lol:

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Postby Amanda Angeli » Aug 3rd, '07, 21:19

stephenmagic wrote:This old thread has got me thinking how much stuff I need now! I need a new skull cane and could do with a new frock coat well :lol:


And matching shoes!!!! "Accessorizing is like so totally important" (best said with a California beachbabe accent, like mine).

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Postby Beardy » Aug 3rd, '07, 21:20

hmmm...what does "Chica" mean?

does it mean "best looking lad on the Talk Magic Forum"?

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