Two Questions for Nathan and Sarah

 

Nathan Burton & Sarah

Mike Weatherford of the Las Vegas Review Journal reports the public asks Nathan Burton two questions concerning his stunt playing out at the Desert Passage Mall. How will he relieve himself while locked in a glass box with seven showgirls for seven days? What does his wife think about the stunt?

Mr. Burton desires to keep secret his method for removing waste product from his innards. But he told CNN that his wife doesn’t mind the stunt at all.

“I’m still not in love with the whole stunt,” Sarah Burton said Wednesday. There is a thin line between ‘not minding’ and ‘not in love.’

Ms. Burton presumably trusts her husband but is nonetheless just inches away from the glass box — she coordinates getting the showgirls in and out of the box every four hours.

Magicians know Ms. Burton works with her husband in their act on the strip. Most recently, they have appeared in in “V – The Ultimate Variety Show.”

Don’t call her an assistant, though.

“People think of me as an assistant but I’m definitely not an assistant in my eyes,” she said.

So, does she mind that her husband, partner, is locked in close quarters with seven beautiful showgirls?

“I hated it. I absolutely hated it,” she said of the idea he hatched before the TV show came along. “I think it’s a stunt for a single man, not a married man.”

According to Mr. Weatherland, the magician is financing the stunt to reinvent himself and sell a show called “Reality Magic.” David Blaine meets comedy magic.

You can watch Mr. Burton and his seven beautiful roommates on his webcam. There is no sound but it is still much more entertaining than the feed from David Blaine’s box.

While she may have hated it, then not loved it, and finally doesn’t mind the stunt; Ms. Burton is committed to making the most of the national attention. If one of the showgirls fails to show, she’ll don the costume and move in with Mr. Burton.

 

Nathan Burton & Sarah

Mike Weatherford of the Las Vegas Review Journal reports the public asks Nathan Burton two questions concerning his stunt playing out at the Desert Passage Mall. How will he relieve himself while locked in a glass box with seven showgirls for seven days? What does his wife think about the stunt?

Mr. Burton desires to keep secret his method for removing waste product from his innards. But he told CNN that his wife doesn’t mind the stunt at all.

“I’m still not in love with the whole stunt,” Sarah Burton said Wednesday. There is a thin line between ‘not minding’ and ‘not in love.’

Ms. Burton presumably trusts her husband but is nonetheless just inches away from the glass box — she coordinates getting the showgirls in and out of the box every four hours.

Magicians know Ms. Burton works with her husband in their act on the strip. Most recently, they have appeared in in “V – The Ultimate Variety Show.”

Don’t call her an assistant, though.

“People think of me as an assistant but I’m definitely not an assistant in my eyes,” she said.

So, does she mind that her husband, partner, is locked in close quarters with seven beautiful showgirls?

“I hated it. I absolutely hated it,” she said of the idea he hatched before the TV show came along. “I think it’s a stunt for a single man, not a married man.”

According to Mr. Weatherland, the magician is financing the stunt to reinvent himself and sell a show called “Reality Magic.” David Blaine meets comedy magic.

You can watch Mr. Burton and his seven beautiful roommates on his webcam. There is no sound but it is still much more entertaining than the feed from David Blaine’s box.

While she may have hated it, then not loved it, and finally doesn’t mind the stunt; Ms. Burton is committed to making the most of the national attention. If one of the showgirls fails to show, she’ll don the costume and move in with Mr. Burton.

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