Tuesday, 10 May 2011
The Ultimate Rip-Off by Paul Harris
Art of Astonishment Vol 1 by Paul Harris Page 113 et seq.
also Close Up Fantasies by Paul Harris Page 3 et seq.
Personal Comment: Uh boy, this is bad. Not as bad as The Torn as Restored Routine by Blake Vogt, but still pretty bad. In Close-Up Fantasies the lead in to this trick is that Paul says that he originally thought this would be a "good stand alone one trick seller", that the basic modus operandi was so freaking new and original that this would justify being sold individually. When reading this it comes across as a gracious gift by him to include this in Close-Up Fantasies. What a load of BS.... it sucks.
If you wanna know a really, really good Torn and Restored trick... Drawing Room Deceptions is your choice. More about that later.