Nate Kranzo Shares Secrets for Free

If we had the talent or the imagination, we could be better
than Nathan "Nate" Kranzo. 

But
we don't even have the talent to imagine what we would be like if we had his
talent and imagination.  Moreover, we
have no energy – at least not in comparison to Mr. Kranzo.

Mr. Kranzo updates his site constantly.  And it's updated with material you might
actually want to read, download, or buy. 

Unlike that dry spell that hit Quinlan's Inside Magic in the late-1940s and
we just updated our site with jokes we stole from the Dixie Cup Company. 

No, his site is more than some collection of unfunny and
unoriginal jokes taken verbatim from the outside of backwashed soaked paper
cups recovered from the trash bins of the dentists inhabiting the Mystic
Hollow, Michigan Professional Building.

So, where were we? 
Yes, that's right, we were asking rhetorical questions, right? 

Our point is, Mr. Kranzo = Great vs. Us = tired, old and odd
smelling.

Mr. Kranzo is a fine magician with an easy-going
charisma.  You feel as if you've met him
before someplace and not someplace bad or likely repressed due to trauma.  His boy-next-door looks and speaking style go
along way to winning the audience almost immediately after he takes the
stage. 

But don't let the smooth taste fool you – he's secretly a
finger-flicking freak dressed like your neighbor. 

"He was such a quiet young man," his neighbors
must have said upon learning he could triple-undercut a dog-eared deck of Uno cards.  "We never thought he was one of those Cloud-Change performing, both hand
finger-rolling, nail-writing (in cursive, no less),  Palmo
Ball
palming, microscopic pinky-break taking, able to talk normal with two
mouth coils loaded magicians."

What is our point? 

There are tricks Mr. Kranzo can accomplish that defy our terrestrial
skills.  A lecture full of those tricks
would be like throwing pearls before our stepsister.  We'd just get frustrated, flummoxed and,
likely, flatulent.  Fortunately, Mr.
Kranzo's lectures don't cause any of these conditions. 

Despite his super-human powers, Mr. Kranzo cannot tour every
state in a given year.  He can, however,
use his dexterity for good by teaching his fellow magicians over the internet.

In fact, the point of this whole article was to suggest you
check out his web site, visit the Magician's Only section (you have to answer
the question and it's not an easy one. 
Don't get confused like us.  We
kept thinking of Gilligan's Island.  We typed in "The Skipper,"
"Little Buddy," "The Movie Star," "The Millionaire and
his Wife."  None worked.  Remember the question is for magicians, not Baby
Booming Boob-Tubers).

You can download a copy of the PDF instructions for "A
Nice Box" free once you make it through the non-magician screening
system. 

Go to this link to
learn one heck of a great trick
that can be performed even by someone who is
all-thumbs and none of the opposable variety. 
The instructions are clear, the photographs are helpful, and the whole
deal is free.

http://www.hismagic.com/magic/nice_box.pdf

While you're there, check out all of the great offerings Mr.
Kranzo has to, well, offer.


If we had the talent or the imagination, we could be better
than Nathan "Nate" Kranzo. 

But
we don't even have the talent to imagine what we would be like if we had his
talent and imagination.  Moreover, we
have no energy – at least not in comparison to Mr. Kranzo.

Mr. Kranzo updates his site constantly.  And it's updated with material you might
actually want to read, download, or buy. 

Unlike that dry spell that hit Quinlan's Inside Magic in the late-1940s and
we just updated our site with jokes we stole from the Dixie Cup Company. 

No, his site is more than some collection of unfunny and
unoriginal jokes taken verbatim from the outside of backwashed soaked paper
cups recovered from the trash bins of the dentists inhabiting the Mystic
Hollow, Michigan Professional Building.

So, where were we? 
Yes, that's right, we were asking rhetorical questions, right? 

Our point is, Mr. Kranzo = Great vs. Us = tired, old and odd
smelling.

Mr. Kranzo is a fine magician with an easy-going
charisma.  You feel as if you've met him
before someplace and not someplace bad or likely repressed due to trauma.  His boy-next-door looks and speaking style go
along way to winning the audience almost immediately after he takes the
stage. 

But don't let the smooth taste fool you – he's secretly a
finger-flicking freak dressed like your neighbor. 

"He was such a quiet young man," his neighbors
must have said upon learning he could triple-undercut a dog-eared deck of Uno cards.  "We never thought he was one of those Cloud-Change performing, both hand
finger-rolling, nail-writing (in cursive, no less),  Palmo
Ball
palming, microscopic pinky-break taking, able to talk normal with two
mouth coils loaded magicians."

What is our point? 

There are tricks Mr. Kranzo can accomplish that defy our terrestrial
skills.  A lecture full of those tricks
would be like throwing pearls before our stepsister.  We'd just get frustrated, flummoxed and,
likely, flatulent.  Fortunately, Mr.
Kranzo's lectures don't cause any of these conditions. 

Despite his super-human powers, Mr. Kranzo cannot tour every
state in a given year.  He can, however,
use his dexterity for good by teaching his fellow magicians over the internet.

In fact, the point of this whole article was to suggest you
check out his web site, visit the Magician's Only section (you have to answer
the question and it's not an easy one. 
Don't get confused like us.  We
kept thinking of Gilligan's Island.  We typed in "The Skipper,"
"Little Buddy," "The Movie Star," "The Millionaire and
his Wife."  None worked.  Remember the question is for magicians, not Baby
Booming Boob-Tubers).

You can download a copy of the PDF instructions for "A
Nice Box" free once you make it through the non-magician screening
system. 

Go to this link to
learn one heck of a great trick
that can be performed even by someone who is
all-thumbs and none of the opposable variety. 
The instructions are clear, the photographs are helpful, and the whole
deal is free.

http://www.hismagic.com/magic/nice_box.pdf

While you're there, check out all of the great offerings Mr.
Kranzo has to, well, offer.

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