3 Simple Magic Tricks That Anyone Can Do

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Dec 182017
 

Learn 3 SIMPLE magic tricks that anyone can do!

 

In this video, Oscar Owen teaches you three simple magic tricks that anyone can do. These magic tricks are all very visual and easy to perform. However, it is always a good idea to practice them for a little bit before showing people!

TOP TIPS:

To perform The Stab, it is a good idea to keep the note taught to hide any creases on the bill.

The color change will require the most practice. You should practice snapping the cards back as shown in the video. The faster you can snap the cards back, the more impressive the trick.

The linking matches is a brilliant trick you can do at a pub or party. Again, the faster you perform the secret move, the more impressive the trick.

 

 

 

 

 

Bull Fights Back

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Dec 112017
 

A bull escapes the ring and jumps into the crowd at a bullfighting event in Spain.

The story that goes along with this video:

Many injured as bull jumps into crowd at Spain arena
A bull jumped into the stands at a bullring in northern Spain injuring up to 40 people, according to officials.

It happened in Tafalla, when the animal leapt over the fence and climbed up the stairs of the stands, knocking people over.

A 10-year-old boy suffered stomach wounds while another spectator was gored in the back. The other injuries were minor.

Officials later tied a rope around the bull to bring it under control. The animal was removed using a crane and later killed.

Spectators were watching a contest of “recortadores”, where participants attempt to dodge the bull as it runs frantically around the arena.

 

 

Saying And Aphorisms

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Dec 062017
 

Saying And Aphorisms

Abbott’s Admonitions:

1) If you have to ask, you’re not entitled to know.

2) If you don’t like the answer, you shouldn’t have asked the question.

Abrams’s Advice:

When eating an elephant, take one bite at a time.

Rule of Accuracy:

When working toward the solution of a problem, it always helps if you know the answer.

Corollary:

Provided, of course, that you know there is a problem.

Acheson’s Rule of the Bureaucracy:

A memorandum is written not to inform the reader but to protect the writer.

Acton’s Law:

Power tends to corrupt; absolute power corrupts absolutely.

Ade’s Law:

Anybody can win — unless there happens to be a second entry.

Airplane Law:

When the plane you are on is late, the plane you want to transfer to is on time.

Albrecht’s Law:

Social innovations tend to the level of minimum tolerable well being.

Algren’s Precepts:

Never eat at a place called Mom’s. Never play cards with a man named Doc. And never have sex with a woman who’s got more troubles than you.

Allen’s Law of Civilization:

It is better for civilization to be going down the drain than to be coming up it.

Agnes Allen’s Law:

Almost anything is easier to get into than out of.

Fred Allen’s Motto:

I’d rather have a free bottle in front of me than a prefrontal lobotomy.

Alley’s Axiom:

Justice always prevails … three times out of seven.

Alligator Allegory:

The objective of all dedicated product support employees should be to thoroughly analyze all situations, anticipate all problems prior to their occurrence, have answers for these problems, and move swiftly to solve these problems when called upon. However, when you are up to your ass in alligators, it is difficult to remind yourself that your initial objective was to drain the swamp.

Allison’s Precept:

The best simple-minded test of experience in a particular area is the ability to win money in a series of bets on future occurrences in that area.

Anderson’s Law:

I have yet to see any problem, however complicated, which, when you looked at it in the right way, did not become still more complicated.

Andrews’s Canoeing Postulate:

No matter which direction you start it’s always against the wind coming back.

Law of Annoyance:

When working on a project, if you put away a tool that you’re certain you’re finished with, you will need it instantly.

Anthony’s Law of Force:

Don’t force it, get a larger hammer.

Anthony’s Law of the Workshop:

Any tool, when dropped, will roll into the least accessible corner of the workshop. Corollary: On the way to the corner, any dropped tool will first always strike your toes.

Laws of Applied Confusion:

1) The one piece that the plant forgot to ship is the one that supports 75% of the balance of the shipment.

Corollary:

Not only did the plant forget to ship it, 50% of the time they haven’t even made it.

2) Truck deliveries that normally take one day will take five when you are waiting for the truck.

3) After adding two weeks to the schedule for unexpected delays, add two more for the unexpected, unexpected delays.

4) In any structure, pick out the one piece that should not be mismarked and expect the plant to cross you up.

Corollaries:

1) In any group of pieces with the same erection mark on it, one should not have that mark on it.

2) It will not be discovered until you try to put it where the mark says it’s supposed to go.

3) Never argue with the fabricating plant about an error. The inspection prints are all checked off, even to the holes that aren’t there.

Approval Seeker’s Law:

Those whose approval you seek the most give you the least.

Army Axiom:

Any order that can be misunderstood has been misunderstood.

Navy Law:

If it moves, salute it; if it doesn’t move, pick it up; if you can’t pick it up, paint it.

Ashley-Perry Statistical Axioms:

1) Numbers are tools, not rules.

2) Numbers are symbols for things; the number and the thing are not the same.

3) Skill in manipulating numbers is a talent, not evidence of divine guidance.

4) Like other occult techniques of divination, the statistical method has a private jargon deliberately contrived to obscure its methods from nonpractitioners.

5) The product of an arithmetical computation is the answer to an equation; it is not the solution to a problem.

6) Arithmetical proofs of theorems that do not have arithmetical bases prove nothing.

Astrology Law: It’s always the wrong time of the month.
Fourteenth Corollary of Atwood’s General Law of Dynamic Negatives:

No books are lost by loaning except those you particularly wanted to keep.

Avery’s Rule of Three:

Trouble strikes in series of threes, but when working around the house the next job after a series of three is not the fourth job — it’s the start of a brand new series of three.
 

The Right Way To Spell Potato

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Dec 042017
 
The Right Way To Spell Potato

If GH can stand for P as in Hiccough
If OUGH stands for O as in Dough
If PHTH stands for T as in Phthisis
If EIGH stands for A as in Neighbour
If TTE stands for T as in Gazette
If EAU stands for O as in Plateau

Then the right way to spell POTATO should be:

GHOUGHPHTHEIGHTTEEAU

 

The Literal Piggy Bank

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Nov 212017
 

This cute Piggy Bank is made from an actual taxidermied piglet, will set you back about $3,600.

The Literal Piggy Bank

Get yours today!

Piglet Bank

Designed for anyone who has far too much money and loose change, this is the piggy bank of all piggy banks. Its a real piglet that has been taxidermied and inserted with what all piglets probably dream of as babies, a coin storage unit and a cork plug.

Make your plush apartment at the top of a Skyscraper complete with this little guy and use the loose change you have collected to pay your cleaners.

 

 

 

Australian Woman Discovers 2ft Earthworm

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Oct 312017
 

An Australian woman discovered a gigantic 2ft earthworm after it was driven above ground by heavy rains

Australian Woman Discovers 2ft Earthworm

It would have to be a pretty big early bird to get that worm!

An Australian woman discovered a gigantic 2ft earthworm after it was driven above ground by torrential rains.

Kelli Mace posted a photo on Facebook of her holding the huge creature with two sticks after it emerged from the earth around Tamborine Mountain, Queensland, and it was soon picked up by Australian news outlets.

The area, which is covered in rain forest, is known for the massive species of worm, known as Digaster longmani, and which can grow up to 3ft long.

Usually they remain deep underground, but heavy rain across the Gold Coast area last week has driven the creatures from their borrows.

The region on the east coast of Australia saw particularly heavy rainfall on Friday when over an inch fell in 36 hours.

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