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January 03, 2007

History of illusion

Illusionist The Amazing Handless Shoe-Tying Trick. (From Presurfer). Update: Here's how it is done

Amaze your friends at the bar with this Toothpick Trick

Slowly move your nose to almost touch the dot to see the magic

From Dynomighty Design, the “Mag-net-ic” magnetic jewelery (YouTube)

History of illusion on wikipedia

Was linked everywhere a few months ago: A mime from Montreal Jerome Murat. (Thank you, Dafna)

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The shoe was already tied, all he did was pull up the secondary loose strings, off-screen, as he shook his foot, than revealed the tied shoes by pulling up the pant legs. Single-frame the video on the shoe-tying trick and you can easily see how it's done.

Posted by: dee-oh at Jan 4, 2007 10:25:07 AM

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Posted by: MsIllusion at Jul 7, 2007 10:01:03 PM

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Posted by: Steven Warburton at Apr 12, 2008 4:19:34 PM