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6 Responses to “About Aaron”

  1. 1 amy September 12, 2007 at 3:33 am

    Dearest Aaron,

    you rock my world! Your magic has such an influence on me, you have no idea. I just wanted to let you know I am checking in on your blog, trying to keep up with your interesting thoughts.

    I will check in soon! Hope your travels bring you prosperity!


  2. 2 Paul January 18, 2008 at 2:47 pm

    Hi Aron,
    as i would regard your anser to questions as good as Bill Goodwins. I have to ask are you a purist as to pure sleight of hand or Gaffed card routines? Do you have a preference of the two? Would a starting out Magician be cheating himself by strictly using the gimmicked stuff Like gaffed cards? Really would appeciate you expierienced answer.


  3. 3 Ethan March 18, 2008 at 4:36 pm

    nice blog!…but getting back to that post from febuary…stones or beatles?!?…you didn’t put up a picture of either!!!

  4. 4 Bill Wysong March 20, 2008 at 10:55 pm


    Re: Learning Lines.

    Take a digital recorder with you on the uphill hike and record everything. Playback will let you know the best presentation of the lines

    It is also a great way to think through a trick, make notes for a To Do list, study any subject such as a foreign language, or to gather thoughts on writing a book.

  5. 5 Eric July 3, 2008 at 1:20 am

    Hey Aaron,
    I just wanna say you are my greatest inspiration when it comes to magic. The effects are either ingeniously original or takes a whole concept to another level. I was just wondering if you had any tricks to do after the strike color change that takes advantage of [MATERIAL OMITTED] at the end.


    P.S. I am thinking about getting Panic. Is it worth it? Is the gimmick invisible?

  6. 6 Adam July 16, 2009 at 7:48 pm

    Dear Aaron,
    first of all thank you, you got me started in the wonderful world of magic im only 11 and im trying to save every pennie to buy panic. so thank you very much you have inspierd me to move on and still are

    thanks a ton,

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