Want to Know How David Blaine Does That Stuff? (Don't Hold Your Breath)

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If there really were such a thing as magical power, wouldn't it be a waste to use it on card tricks? Or trying to break the record for consecutive minutes not breathing without dying?

But that is what magician, illusionist and "endurance artist" David Blaine does and he did some of it last night at the Winspear Opera House as the featured guest of the Brinker International Forum series.

It was a friendly audience of Blaine fans, full of kids and teens who've grown up watching him on TV doing stunts like encasing himself in a block of ice in Times Square or living for 44 days in a plexiglass box over the Thames. (Londoners reacted by pelting the container with eggs and golf balls.)

Blaine's appearance here began with one of his signature bits, the old Houdini water torture trick. At precisely 8 p.m., the opera house curtain rose to reveal, center stage, a large tank, seemingly filled with water, in which Blaine, wearing a thick, dark suit, sat submerged. In front of him a small table held a plate of fruit, bottle of wine and other props. Breathing through a mask at first, Blaine finally tapped his watch, indicating that he'd take off the mask and commence holding his breath for 12 minutes.

A loud soundtrack of a rapid heartbeat boomed out of the speakers and the digital clock inside the water tank started adding up the seconds. One minute, two without breathing. Then five. Blaine, always positioned in three-quarter view, lifted the lid on a silver bowl inside the tank, releasing goldfish that swam around him. He peeled and nibbled a banana. Occasionally, a few bubbles escaped his lips.

At the nine-minute mark, he floated slowly toward the top of the tank, headfirst but still underwater. On the large screen projecting his image via live video above the stage, he looked shaky. Two assistants scrambled up from the wings and positioned themselves over the top of the tank. Would Blaine make it to 12 minutes without breathing, risking brain-damaging hypoxia?

Of course, he would. Because he doesn't actually hold his breath that long. No human being can. It's a trick. One that's well-known in the magic biz. If you've ever watched that Fox TV show starring "The Masked Magician," you might have seen this episode, which revealed how the water tank illusion is done. Hint: A carefully concealed oxygen tube is involved. That rabbinical beard Blaine wears is good for camouflage. And if you looked closely at the overhead screen as he emerged from the tank last night, wasn't it odd how dry his hair was?

The crowd ate it up with a spoon, however. A bendy spoon. And they listened and applauded as Blaine, acting breathless and dazed, blathered on in his laconic Brooklyn drawl about his extensive training in techniques of breath-holding. He compared himself to Navy SEALs and mystic yogis.

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By Elaine Liner
Aaron Maynard lives, breathes, spits magic.
Because the Brinker forums are more Q&A than performance-oriented, Blaine reappeared after the water stunt, dried off and wearing a rumpled brown suit, to sit onstage for most of an hour with former Good Morning Texas chat show host Rob McCollum, who lobbed questions so rabbit-y soft, he should've pulled them out of a top hat. No mention of disses by better magicians Penn Jillette and Criss Angel. No challenges to Blaine's claims of actually being able to live in a cake of ice for a week or go without breathing for up to 15 minutes, even though human beings cannot do those things.

Audiences just like to be fooled. "I like magic that looks real," Blaine said last night. "I like doing things that seem impossible."

"Seem" being the operative word. Because a gentle cruise over to any of a thousand videos on YouTube will reveal how Blaine and others like him do their "magic."

Blaine came to fame doing "street magic." ABC gave him his own TV special in 1997, showing him performing close-up card tricks and sleight of hand to the astonishment of people on city sidewalks. He admits he doesn't have much of a stage show (unlike, say, David Copperfield or Penn and Teller) and prefers the casual approach.

At the Winspear, he ventured into the audience to do a few card tricks with patrons sitting in aisle seats. With two young boys on the row in front of me, he pulled a couple of good ones. But from my vantage point directly behind Blaine, I could easily see his double lifts, his pinky breaks and Hindu shuffles (all basic card trick maneuvers). You could learn the same tricks in 10 minutes from any of the magician's "tutorials" taught by budding magicians who've studied the moves of Blaine and Angel and figured out how to teach them to beginners via YouTube. (Several young prestidigitators, including Coppell's 15-year-old Aaron Maynard, performed some impressively slick tricks in the Winspear lobby before the show.)

Blaine, not a sparkling wit or brilliant conversationalist, said if he hadn't discovered a talent for card tricks at the age of 5, he'd probably still be a waiter in Brooklyn.

He ended the 90-minute show with a group mentalism stunt so old it was probably first revealed in hieroglyphics. It starts with "think of a dessert other than ice cream." And always ends with "indigo." Google it.

For me the highlight of the evening was the moment when David Blaine helped a guy named Greg propose to a girl named Danielle. Greg had tweeted Blaine last week and asked for help setting up the proposal onstage. Blaine agreed and when he bobbed up out of the water tank, he brought the couple onstage under the pretense of having them try to hold their breath for two minutes. Blaine then plucked the ring box (gee, it didn't look wet) from his pocket and handed it to Greg, who popped the question. Danielle said yes. She now has a professional magician to thank for successfully pulling off a trick she didn't manage to do on her own.

Alec Baldwin will be the next celebrity guest at the Brinker Forum on March 2. For tickets, attpac.org or 214-880-0202.

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dcouch585
dcouch585

Ok this is obviously and idiotic article filled with bias and false information, but all of that has already been said by others below. I do have one question though. Who are you to say that something is impossible for any human to do? Not to mention that David did the breath for the guiness book of records which means it is a real thing and not a trick. The thing about saying something is impossible is that it goes against simple philosophies. I would bet money that the only reason you have to say that it is impossible is because a doctor or medical professional said so. Which in the real world is as reliable as a weather man's prediction. It can be right some of the time but its never going to be right all of the time. There is no reason anything is impossible. Simple. The only reason people think something can't be done is either because a smart person says so or because no one has done it yet. Why can't David be that first person to do an amazing stunt like holding his breath? Essentially we could all do it if we trained like him and had his will power.

Stepthefall
Stepthefall

I just made an account to correct this guy. So. By the way, he is an ILLUSIONIST. I-l-l-u-s-i-o-n-i-s-t. Illusionist. He creates illusions to 'mess with our minds.' Since illusionists and magicians all have probably said, 'If you open your mind, think like a child, you can do it.' So. Just. Stop writing forums. Stop typing lies. Stop, just stop everything. Okay? Okay.

mrbull150
mrbull150

Well, it is painfully obvious that you have a bias against David Blaine.

afsafs
afsafs

This is a fucking embarrassment to journalism, you should be ashamed of yourself. 

Exitmat
Exitmat

The writer has SO many facts wrong. First, Blaine did not do "the old Houdini water torture trick," and it is not one of his "signature bits." The water torture cell is a small box where the escape artist is put in upside down with his legs bound at the top and has to escape. Also, this is his first stage show--how can it be a "signature bit" if it's the first time he's done it? Second, watching the Masked Magician give some crap explanation for how to accomplish something does not mean that is the method all magicians are using. The writer is so arrogant in assuming magic is all the same old methods. There is more than one way to saw a lady in half, you dope. The truth is, Blaine really does hold his breath. It's not a "trick" as you so arrogantly assume with all your wanna-be magic knowledge. That's why Blaine is a legitimate Guinness World Record holder. You say "he doesn't actually hold his breath that long. No human being can. It's a trick. One that's well-known in the magic biz." Blaine legitimately broke the world record for the breath hold on Oprah was legitimately recognized by Guinness. Look it up: http://www.oprah.com/oprahshow...

Also, you reference to being able to catch Blaine's double lifts and hind shuffles because of having a crafty vantage point to see from? Those moves aren't angle sensitive, you dolt. You can do them from  any angle and they're invisible. There's nothing to see. The only way you know them when you see them is knowing what the motions look like when they are executed. There is no special angle where they can be exposed. And the hindu shuffle is not a "basic card trick maneuver" as you say--it's just a way to shuffle cards. 

And last, as someone already pointed out, the mentalism effect he did was not something old you can look up on Google. Try looking it up yourself and see how wrong you are.

How is it with all the writers being laid off someone as uneducated and arrogant as you still has a job writing? You'd be better off to stop pretending to be a know-it-all about magic and expose things you have absolutely zero education about and just comment on the show itself. If you like it, fair enough. If you don't like it, fair too. But don't pretend like you have some extensive background in magic and try and use that as the crux for tearing Blaine down just because you don't like his show. That's just amateurish. Kind of like your writing.

Bthec77
Bthec77

Did you have a fling with David Blaine, and he never called you after or something? Is that why you hate him so much? Geez.

Sean Carter
Sean Carter

Wow..A poorly done article! Really, you start the article asking if one has magical powers, why would one do a card trick?  When did Blaine claim to have magical powers?  He is an illusionist...notice the word illusion?  Elaine,  I was there...The audience was thoroughly entertained...Blaine holds the world record for holding his breath....17 min and 6 seconds. He performed this on the Oprah Winfrey Show. Check out his TED speech. As for his card tricks..,they were entertaining. What he did were not card tricks that can be learned in 10 minutes but those that take years of practice and skill. Did you see the reactions of his volunteers?   I had a great vantage point as well and Blaine really entertained the audience.  I also was there and did not see a Hindu Shuffle all night.  I agree with Scott Wells. You used technical jargon but do not know nor could you discern these moves in the performance.  Plus, Blaine did not do the Chinese Water Torture Escape.  It wasn't an escape at all and he wasn't manacled. It was an endurance stunt, an impressive one at that since he is in the Guinness Book of Records for his breath hold.  

This is one of the worst articles I have seen written in the Dallas Observer.  Tons of errors in the article and omissions such as audiences' reactions and the standing ovation at the end.  One more thing that makes no sense, the Dallas Observer publishes your review but gets rid of Richie Witt.  Umm...not good.

Scott Wells
Scott Wells

When you said Blaine began with the "old Houdini water torture trick", you then went on talking about something completely different that was not the same "trick". You later suggested that anyone can easily find answers and explanations to tricks with simple searches on the internet. You even cited technical names for card moves but you could not distinguish one from the other when seen in actual performance.

But back to my original point, what Blaine did was clearly not even close to the classic Water Torture Trick performed by Houdini (and erroneously credited for his death as depicted in the 1953 Tony Curtis movie, "Houdini"). You have obviously not done your research.

As you suggest in your article, "Google it."

rachel weisman
rachel weisman

You mean to tell me David Blaine doesn't do real magic!? No shit, Sherlock, some of us just like to be entertained.

Mike Squires
Mike Squires

Ms.Liner, it is hard to consider Mr. Blaine out of his greater context, true. But, he was able to laugh at himself, and even showed a famous South Parkclip and laughed about the YouTube spoofs of himself.  That was cool. He also treated his spectators during the close-up portion with greatrespect and had personal experiences with them, one-to-one in front of maybe2000 people.  That was endearing.  He held his breath for 12 minutesunderwater for a live audience (and you got to be there).  Thatwas truly amazing!

 

Youwrote the above article.  That was unfortunate.

 

Whywould anyone take questions about "disses from other magicians"? Also, he just held his breath for 12 minutes... why would there be aquestion about it?  Would he say "Oh yeah, you're right... I didn'treally do that... next question..."?  He did it precisely becauseeveryone believes it to be humanly impossible.  I doubt you would acceptthe challenge of being handcuffed to Mr. Blaine and thrown into the Trinity fora breath holding contest.

 

You were able to do in your articleexactly what David Blaine doesn't do.... you were able to ignore the audiencereactions.  During the interview, Blaine touched on what is known as hisclaim to fame: focusing on the audience reaction during the trick.  Thiswas shown during the audience close-up section. But you do not mention the gasps during the card tricks, the applauseafter the water stunt, the positive reactions to the young girls responses andinteractions, and the standing ovation at the end.  Perhaps you feel you know better than theaverage rube.  From your explanations ofhow things were done and what you think you saw, I can safely say that you do not.

Cameron
Cameron

Wow. That article was horribly written. What happened to journalistic integrity? At no point, from the title to the last punctuation mark, does the reader feel that you are trying to impartially talk about an event. Instead what the reader gets is a horribly biased slant against Blaine.

Also, the quip about the guy proposing to his girl, and Blaine helping her do something she couldn't do herself, is childish and petty. 

Ratso
Ratso

Ms. Liner loses all credibility when she asserts that Criss Angel is a better magician than Blaine. Only someone woefully ignorant of magic history would dare write that. So I can only surmise that her uncalled for attacks on Blaine come from an unseemly and unprofessional animus.

iknow
iknow

Big time Fail at writing this article .lol

Chan Mifelew
Chan Mifelew

A few comments:1. There was no Hindu shuffles in the entire pet performance. Just because you have googled some magic terminology, it doesn't mean you have an inkling of an idea that you know what you are talking about. 2. The mentalism effect you refer to does not always end in the same result and is unpublished the way it was performed. It can not be googled. Once again you have no idea what you are talking about. 3. Have you ever seen David's TED talks where he describes how he holds his breath for these extended periods of time? Hidden oxygen tube and dry hair? Have you read the New York Times Science section article documenting David's breath hold training. He was accompanied by the head of neuroscience from Yale and Kirk Krack (one of the world's leading free divers who was on stage last night to assist David if he blacked out under water)I'm not sure who to believe, the Masked Magician or the New York Times. Once again, it seems like you haven't done your research and have no idea what you are talking about. 4. How come you fail to mention the standing ovation David received at the end?5. You call yourself a "street magician (level 1)" in your twitter profile. How did you get started in magic and why do you call yourself a street magician as opposed to a magician? You must have had more than the requisite 10 minutes of practice at the point, can you perform the effects that David did? If so, does your current repertoire consist of any of the magic that David has done on his specials?

These are not rhetorical questions. I really look forward to your response.

Chan Mifelew
Chan Mifelew

A few comments:1. There was no Hindu shuffles in the entire pet performance. Just because you have googled some magic terminology, it doesn't mean you have an inkling of an idea that you know what you are talking about. 2. The mentalism effect you refer to does not always end in the same result and is unpublished the way it was performed. It can not be googled. Once again you have no idea what you are talking about. 3. Have you ever seen David's TED talks where he describes how he holds his breath for these extended periods of time? Hidden oxygen tube and dry hair? Have you read the New York Times Science section article documenting David's breath hold training. He was accompanied by the head of neuroscience from Yale and Kirk Krack (one of the world's leading free divers who was on stage last night to assist David if he blacked out under water)I'm not sure who to believe, the Masked Magician or the New York Times. Once again, it seems like you haven't done your research and have no idea what you are talking about. 4. How come you fail to mention the standing ovation David received at the end?5. You call yourself a "street magician (level 1)" in your twitter profile. How did you get started in magic and why do you call yourself a street magician as opposed to a magician? You must have had more than the requisite 10 minutes of practice at the point, can you perform the effects that David did? If so, does your current repertoire consist of any of the magic that David has done on his specials?

These are not rhetorical questions. I really look forward to your response.

Chan Mifelew
Chan Mifelew

A few comments:1. There was no Hindu shuffles in the entire pet performance. Just because you have googled some magic terminology, it doesn't mean you have an inkling of an idea that you know what you are talking about. 2. The mentalism effect you refer to does not always end in the same result and is unpublished the way it was performed. It can not be googled. Once again you have no idea what you are talking about. 3. Have you ever seen David's TED talks where he describes how he holds his breath for these extended periods of time? Hidden oxygen tube and dry hair? Have you read the New York Times Science section article documenting David's breath hold training. He was accompanied by the head of neuroscience from Yale and Kirk Krack (one of the world's leading free divers who was on stage last night to assist David if he blacked out under water)I'm not sure who to believe, the Masked Magician or the New York Times. Once again, it seems like you haven't done your research and have no idea what you are talking about. 4. How come you fail to mention the standing ovation David received at the end?5. You call yourself a "street magician (level 1)" in your twitter profile. How did you get started in magic and why do you call yourself a street magician as opposed to a magician? You must have had more than the requisite 10 minutes of practice at the point, can you perform the effects that David did? If so, does your current repertoire consist of any of the magic that David has done on his specials?

These are not rhetorical questions. I really look forward to your response.

Lawrence Sullivan
Lawrence Sullivan

Oh snap, she saw Blaine's "Hindu shuffles"!  Damn, all secrets have been revealed.

Lawrence Sullivan
Lawrence Sullivan

Yeah, Guinness Book of World Records must have missed that "carefully concealed oxygen tube" when he held his breath for over 17 minutes in 2008.  I'm not saying you are wrong, but come on... after 17 minutes, 12 is a breeze.

Blaine could fool you so badly with magic you could never "look up on Youtube".  Surrounded or not.  Guaranteed.

Mark Jensen
Mark Jensen

A few facts:

1.  There were 3 young magician's who were invited to perform in the lobby with David Blaine's blessing.  Two are members of the Dallas Young Magician's Club www.dallasyoungmagicians.org and based on the response of both the audience and the organizers they did an excellent job.  The Young Magician Club members were Matthew Jensen age 12 and Aaron Maynard age 15.

2.  Until a week before the event 1 of the young magicians hadn't even heard of David Blaine or seen any of his specials.  Neither of them got into magic because of his specials.  I am one of the adult leaders for the Young Magician's Club and know both of the kids very well so can speak to this assumption.

2.  The water endurance stunt is NOT the Water Torture Cell - that is an escape, not a breath holding stunt.

3.  David Blaine met with the Young Magician's after the show and was friendly and encouraging to them.

A few opinions:

1.  I found the endurance stunt entertaining.  The levitation of the cork (which floated up) was really funny.  Does it matter if David may have cheated a bit during the stunt...not in my opinion because anyway you dice it he held his breath much longer than I or my son (Matthew Jensen) were able to.  Also, there were little if any bubbles in the tank during most of the stunt which kind of leaves out the air tube theory.

2.  Anyone who buys everything the masked magician said as far as methods is going on false information.  He was wrong more often than he was right.3.  I found the interview session to be enjoyable.  Blaine showed intelligence and an ability to laugh at himself.  FYI...Blaine came to fame long before Angel did.  Also, it is a compairson of apples to oranges.  Blaine is a close-up artist, the others do stage shows.  So who can say who is a better magician.4. Going in, I really wondered how well Blaine doing close-up in the audience at the end of his show would work.  I was surprised that it went over very well.  All you had to do was listen to the audience and watch the reactions of of those he was performing for.

5.  What really impressed me was how much fun David was having while performing.  He was like a kid in a candy store.  Unfortunately the camera man did not show David's reactions so many not close enough to watch the tricks without the screen may have missed that.

I'd like to conclude by saying Well Done David Blaine.  You exceeded my expections.

Magicolie
Magicolie

The article is wrong about how Blaine hold his breath. Just check out his performance and you will realise how what you said cant be right.

brijazz012
brijazz012

Why would he need a concealed oxygen tube if he's in an environment where his hair doesn't even get wet? Which is it, Ms. Liner... is it a trick underwater, or do you think he's not underwater at all? Pick an argument and follow it through.

Ben Lane
Ben Lane

This article is a near perfect example of when some gives an incorrect answer to a well know question and then walks away smugly thinking they got it right. 

Luhring2
Luhring2

I went to see David as I have watched him from the start of his career and yes magic is tricks and we all want to know how its done. Would I pay the $75 again yes I sure would. Had a good time and that's all that matters

Rsty614
Rsty614

I guess this is why your on some no name blog and not working for a real newspaper, not biased at all great work! (sarcasm)

Spikitblue32
Spikitblue32

So many people are quick to Judge and find David Blaine's faults. The fact is he's a performer, performing for the benefit of the audience. Yes his card tricks can be done by anyone with much practice, and we know the tricks are not actually magic, but it is how well he is able to pull off these tricks and make it so effortless that show a talent. People should just relax and appreciate the "magic" he brings to the audience.

Peanutgallery1
Peanutgallery1

I have a box full of water. The writer of this article is an a**.

kyfredchicken
kyfredchicken

Who wrote this, someone in the very back?  Someone outside?  Someone whose parents regularly lied to her as a child?  The card tricks were what I'd call magic.  But holding his breath underwater was a feat of endurance, and it happened.  It was real.  And it was awesome.  Deal with it.

JamesMarshallSpector
JamesMarshallSpector

"Of course, he would. Because he doesn't actually hold his breath that long. No human being can." While I understand that this is a review and therefore will certainly skew either negative or positive, you may want to fact check your article before posting it.  Indeed, as evidenced by various Guiness World Record Holders, humans can hold their breath for astonishing lengths of time after having breathed in pure oxygen prior to the attempt.

Twocents
Twocents

ok...I don't Elaine Liner from Adam...but she really sounds bitter from having to cover another event that kept her from doing other things she would rather be doing...but instead...in order to receive a paycheck, shewrites a jaded report...even at times throwing in jargon in attempts show she is in the "know"....whatever a double lift...and hindu shuffle are...anyways...sounds like she needs a new job...

Gimlet
Gimlet

Obviously, shows should only be reviewed by credulous, starry-eyed observers prepared to write glowing, fatuous tributes.

Justin Julian
Justin Julian

Add another cup of haterade to the cooler.  You don't like Blaine.  You aren't impressed by him.  That's fine.  Then you were a terrible choice to be sent to cover the show.  Does the Observer send out reviewers that hate a band playing a show, to cover the show?  

Blaine is rich and famous for pulling old tricks out of the mothballs, especially centuries old fakir moves, and presenting them in a clever way.  His TV specials were breathtaking because he broke the oldest 'contract' with TV magic audiences: he used camera tricks and edits to make them work.  Criss Angel, a 'better' magician, has proceeded to make a career out of doing the exact same thing despite having a crew of 'consultants' on his television show who create his tricks for him.  Blaine simply let the audience believe what it wanted.  Cheating?  Sure, but that's what magicians do.  

Penn & Teller's complaints with him, if memory serves, were because he allowed people to buy the suggestion that what he was doing was real.  It wasn't his talent they were bashing, it was the suggestion that he was anything other than a liar and a fraud, something Jillette has always been open about himself.

Is his version of the Chinese water torture inventive?  Yeah, at least a little.  The props in the tank are a nice touch you don't normally see.  Beyond that, yes, it's an old trick...and Criss Angel got famous doing the Metamorphosis routine done by thousands of magicians around the world.  Penn and Teller got famous doing the same tricks you've seen a hundred times...just with innovative staging and amusing banter.  They both did the same thing Blaine did: took something old and stale and did it in an interesting way.  (Angel's advance on Metamorphosis was doing it faster than anyone else in history.)

I got pretty angry with Blaine once I learned he used camera tricks and edits in his specials, but he's a master showman, and his 'street magic' style of delivery was a breath of fresh air into a chunk of showbiz that had become stagnant.  This article just sounds like sour grapes that he's 'gotten away' with doing less-than-flashy routines in a clever way.

Monkeybad
Monkeybad

Observer hating on Blaine.. entertainment? ever heard of it?

RobertHoffington
RobertHoffington

By the way, I did Google the "mentalism stunt" and absolutely nothing came up, except for this article. Google must not be able to read hieroglyphics!

Dwhite
Dwhite

This was the most poorly written article I have ever read. The "journalist" should be ashamed.

chad
chad

this was a terribly, terribly written article showing a real lack of journalistic skill...do you seriously start by questioning whether or not magic is real?...no one believes in magic, its a show meant for entertainment purposes and if you cant be entertained by david blaine, you probably have a very negative and pessimistic view of life and are likely a real nag and pain in the rear to be around...of course elaine thought the proposal was the best part, she probably has lived her whole life dreaming of someone that would propose to her in a way like that...and it wasnt a ton of kids and teens running around, in fact where I was sitting I didnt see a single person under the age of about 25...good try though, its not wonder you are stuck at the Dallas Observer instead writing for any kind of worthwhile publication

C.J. Johnson
C.J. Johnson

What a slant towards hating on David. Every reference to him is "old trick", "disses by better magicians" (whatever that is), "so old it was probably first revealed in hieroglyphics" and "I could easily see..." and so on. Boy - aren't you smart and don't you want to show that you are in possession of some secret knowledge. 

Hint: Substitute "classic" for "old trick" and the article reads completely differently.Of course they're tricks. The real reveal of a strong bias was the difference in the way the writer referred to the kids in the lobby performing "(Several young prestidigitators, including Coppell's 15-year-old Aaron Maynard, performed some impressively slick tricks in the Winspear lobby before the show.)" I'm not a David Blaine fanboy by any means, but I certainly respect what he's done for magic. Those kids in the lobby performing "impressively slick tricks" would probably never have been interested in magic if not for David Blaine in the first place.I'm sure your next review of Alex Baldwins performance will reveal that he's just a hack actor, that's he's doing characters that have been done before, and that you can learn  how to act on YouTube and in books. Oh yeah, and that one line he did probably was copped from Shakespeare it's so old.

RobertHoffington
RobertHoffington

Bad article. You don't think he was really underwater? What were the goldfish then - animatronic? Seriously? Great work.

cjs444
cjs444

That was well said..saved me a lot of writing...huge fan of db an magic..thx for ur passion n knowledge..u shld hve ur own column..guys clearly a clown..probably fat ugly broke no talent jealous TOOL!!

jim
jim

I agree....David is an entertainer....and a very positive human being. I love the way he gets down with the real folks........Thanks for all you do David. You turned your dream from a young age into a reality. Good for you.....keep it up. Article written by a Bozo....and thats probably an insult to Bozo...!!!!

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