Thursday, March 31, 2011

Well, look at that....

Does Dan Harlan get the Stevens Treatment?



I have such a deja vu right now. Is it so hard to believe that two people come up with the same idea around the same time? Is it so hard to believe that the wheel may have been thought of many times? And is it so hard to believe that one doesn't have to be a genius to create the trick?

6 comments:

Mike said...

When I was at the 4 f's I showed some magicians my card on roof trick that I have been performing for over 10 years and they told me how much like Michael Ammars trick this was. I had never heard of this trick so I emailed Michael Ammar....

When I was at the 4 f's I showed some folks my Mucky Deal and they told me how much like Bruce Cervons Dirty Deal this was . I had never heard of this trick so I emailed Bruce Cervon...

When I was at the 4 f's I showed some folks my 10 years in development Mindblower deck. They told me how much like John Kennedy's trick this was. I had never heard of this trick so I emailed John Kennedy...

The moral of the story...stop going to the 4 f's !!!!!

darkstar said...

Blasphemer. All tricks sold are genius. You should read your hype and recommendations closer.

I love the out of character, back into character, chuckle and smile in the middle.

I found it amusing in the other one BTW the way he tried to weasel in that your site got no love before you started "bashing" him...then became a success...because of him. Reminded me of that comic you made long ago where you ended it something like "They mentioned me!".

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darkstar said...

I highly doubt they really have a copyright on that footage. Claiming copyright when you don't have one can be ten times a worse offense than what the defendant would have to deal with.

Tribun said...

down. so ein mist!
hast du ne kopie gemacht?

darkstar said...

Someone has back up I'm sure. I'd just use another service that is less tight ass as youtube.

Why would anyone copyright the rough cut? The final product perhaps. There is no doubt in my mind he (again) is pulling a (minor) felony of false copyright claim.