If you are working on a close-up pad, climax this routine by using Dai Vernons Jumbo Card Climax from his book 'Inner Secrets of Card Magic'.
Well, well, well and another IBM Convention bites the dust, although in this instance it might be better to say it took a nose-dive into the mud in view of the weather. If I may steal a line or two from an Old Time Wizard no longer with us "Never before in the field (and 'field' is the right word) of Magic has it rained so much on so few in such a short space of time."
English weather is a joke in most other countries of the world, but for those visitors from abroad who were attending our Convention it was no joke, it was a tragedy. One of them asked me "How can you stay in a country like this when the weather is so unpredictable?" As his command of English was somewhat limited I refrained from mentioning that we did have other advantages like well er
yes, I've got it — I live here. That must be an advantage to someone — and the first one who writes in and says it's an advantage to those who live abroad will be condemned to live forever in Southport with a leaky umbrella.
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