The Other Paper reports Columbus, Ohio Magician Andrew Warner wants to perform lots of magic.
He is looking to break the world record by performing for twelve days in a row.
Mr. Warner told the reporter that “[l]iving in the Midwest, you don’t really get a lot of magic.”
He does his best to make up for the dearth of magic by performing around Columbus at private parties, bars and eateries.
If he is successful in performing for almost two weeks, he will lift the average number of tricks performed per day dramatically.
Mr. Warner is just 26-years-old and perhaps is hoping to use his youthful energy and endurance to go the distance.
He is in training now for the start of his attempt currently set for September 22nd.
The young magician told the paper the will have only the bare essentials with him for the 12 days. Specifically, Mr. Warner will rely on “a ping-pong table, a portable toilet, some raw foods and a Wii—maybe a Playstation.”
His attempt will happen in the parking lot of an establishment called “Liquid.”