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(YouTube)   Apple has quietly introduced a new iPad in Germany called iBeer. Will be following with releases of iDrunk and iVomit   (youtube.com) divider line 51
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2012-05-29 10:16:47 AM
Cool trick. I haven't figured out how he does it. Any ideas?
 
2012-05-29 10:20:03 AM
iSeewhatyoudidthere
 
2012-05-29 10:21:59 AM

slayer199: Cool trick. I haven't figured out how he does it. Any ideas?


Watch right hand.
 
2012-05-29 10:27:55 AM

Eddy Gurge: slayer199: Cool trick. I haven't figured out how he does it. Any ideas?

Watch right hand.


It definitely looks like he's palming something, but when he turns you can't see anything.
 
2012-05-29 10:36:46 AM
My guess is the handle for the tap is hollow, and he's concealing a feeder tube behind his index or middle finger on his right hand. Note that he does not release the tap when the beer is flowing.
 
2012-05-29 10:41:09 AM

slayer199: Cool trick. I haven't figured out how he does it. Any ideas?


There's a hose in his right hand that hooks to the spigot when he attaches it to the iPad. It's an old trick, actually.
 
2012-05-29 10:43:55 AM
In fact, I'm almost entirely positive that a similar effect was presented in Dunniger's Encyclopedia of Magic published in 1963, although the spigot was attached to something else, I think, maybe an empty tank.
 
2012-05-29 11:33:56 AM
The Hofbräuhaus is a loud and disgusting tourist trap. Stay away from it.
 
2012-05-29 11:34:47 AM
as long as folks can be sold into giving up some of their iCash, Apple will continue developing "apps".
 
2012-05-29 11:36:19 AM

Hetfield: The Hofbräuhaus Munich is a loud and disgusting tourist trap. Stay away from it.


FTFY
 
2012-05-29 11:39:09 AM
Oh.
 
2012-05-29 11:57:12 AM

RexTalionis: slayer199: Cool trick. I haven't figured out how he does it. Any ideas?

There's a hose in his right hand that hooks to the spigot when he attaches it to the iPad. It's an old trick, actually.


That. I mean, really, slayer? Fooled by a guy wearing long sleeves awkwardly using a three-finger grip to turn something?
 
2012-05-29 12:41:50 PM
How does he do the balloon one?
 
2012-05-29 12:51:26 PM
this is a painfully obvious trick

sortta fun though.
 
2012-05-29 12:52:02 PM

Theaetetus: That. I mean, really, slayer? Fooled by a guy wearing long sleeves awkwardly using a three-finger grip to turn something?


I was sure he was palming something in the right hand....thing is, when he turned his hand...nothing was there and I didn't see anything up his sleeve. While I know that's how he's doing it, he does a good job hiding it.
 
2012-05-29 12:54:34 PM

slayer199: Theaetetus: That. I mean, really, slayer? Fooled by a guy wearing long sleeves awkwardly using a three-finger grip to turn something?

I was sure he was palming something in the right hand....thing is, when he turned his hand...nothing was there and I didn't see anything up his sleeve. While I know that's how he's doing it, he does a good job hiding it.


On the shots from the side, he has his lower fingers curled to block the view. But yes, he's pretty good.

9beers: How does he do the balloon one?


That is neither an iPad nor an iPad sync cable. And in the final shot, notice that the camera cuts off the top of the "iPad" so you can't see the person out of frame lifting it up?
But again, he's a pretty good actor.
 
2012-05-29 12:54:46 PM

slayer199: Cool trick. I haven't figured out how he does it. Any ideas?


Not tricks, slayer199, illusions. A trick is something a whore does for money.... Or candy.
 
2012-05-29 12:55:25 PM
NAAAAAAAHHHHHHH
 
2012-05-29 01:03:19 PM
He does some other pretty neat tricks with an iPad.

Link
 
2012-05-29 01:15:47 PM
Incidentally, this trick is harder to pull off in the US. The beer comes from a reservoir in the guy's clothing (most likely a bladder about the armpit or otherwise under the arm). In Germany, warm beer is okay. In the US, it is not.
 
2012-05-29 01:17:02 PM

RexTalionis: In Germany, warm beer is okay.


Not really.
 
2012-05-29 01:17:23 PM

Abe Vigoda's Ghost: slayer199: Cool trick. I haven't figured out how he does it. Any ideas?

Not tricks, slayer199, illusions. A trick is something a whore does for money.... Or candy.


i248.photobucket.com
 
2012-05-29 01:25:33 PM

slayer199: Theaetetus: That. I mean, really, slayer? Fooled by a guy wearing long sleeves awkwardly using a three-finger grip to turn something?

I was sure he was palming something in the right hand....thing is, when he turned his hand...nothing was there and I didn't see anything up his sleeve. While I know that's how he's doing it, he does a good job hiding it.


You can see something up his sleeve, on first glance, you might think it's a watch with a silver band, but it's on his right hand, and 4 or 5 inches up his sleeve. I had to go back and watch a second time to notice it.
 
2012-05-29 01:42:24 PM

Hetfield: RexTalionis: In Germany, warm beer is okay.

Not really.


Yes, really. I was out on a date with a German girl a while back who couldn't stand cold German beer. She kept wrapping her hands around the glass, trying to warm the beer up a bit. After the first, she asked if they had any that hadn't been put in the cooler. The bartender went to the back and grabbed us a couple of room temperature bottles. I have to say, it tasted better warm than cold and this is a beer that I drink pretty regularly, so I'm familiar with the taste. From my time in Germany, I knew that they didn't serve their beer as cold as we do in the States but I wasn't aware that there were people that drank it warm. Try it, you might be surprised. By the way, the beer was a hefeweizen.
 
2012-05-29 01:49:01 PM

9beers: She kept wrapping her hands around


Go on..

9beers: the glass


:(
 
2012-05-29 02:26:58 PM
To be followed the morning after with iDidWhat?!
 
2012-05-29 02:32:11 PM

9beers: Hetfield: RexTalionis: In Germany, warm beer is okay.

Not really.

Yes, really. I was out on a date with a German girl a while back who couldn't stand cold German beer. She kept wrapping her hands around the glass, trying to warm the beer up a bit. After the first, she asked if they had any that hadn't been put in the cooler. The bartender went to the back and grabbed us a couple of room temperature bottles. I have to say, it tasted better warm than cold and this is a beer that I drink pretty regularly, so I'm familiar with the taste. From my time in Germany, I knew that they didn't serve their beer as cold as we do in the States but I wasn't aware that there were people that drank it warm. Try it, you might be surprised. By the way, the beer was a hefeweizen.


yeah no, that girl was just stupid, i do not know anyone who likes warm beer.

/german
 
2012-05-29 02:36:27 PM

Hetfield: 9beers: She kept wrapping her hands around

Go on..

9beers: the glass

:(


On the plus side, he got a lot of head.
On the minus side, it was in his warm beer.
 
2012-05-29 02:53:35 PM

doenis: 9beers: Hetfield: RexTalionis: In Germany, warm beer is okay.

Not really.

Yes, really. I was out on a date with a German girl a while back who couldn't stand cold German beer. She kept wrapping her hands around the glass, trying to warm the beer up a bit. After the first, she asked if they had any that hadn't been put in the cooler. The bartender went to the back and grabbed us a couple of room temperature bottles. I have to say, it tasted better warm than cold and this is a beer that I drink pretty regularly, so I'm familiar with the taste. From my time in Germany, I knew that they didn't serve their beer as cold as we do in the States but I wasn't aware that there were people that drank it warm. Try it, you might be surprised. By the way, the beer was a hefeweizen.

yeah no, that girl was just stupid, i do not know anyone who likes warm beer.

/german


Yes some people DO prefer warm beer, and quite often it is stouts and other dark beers, and they drink them like that in both Germany and England. Malty beers, not hoppy beers.
 
2012-05-29 03:05:47 PM

Mikey1969: Yes some people DO prefer warm beer, and quite often it is stouts and other dark beers, and they drink them like that in both Germany and England. Malty beers, not hoppy beers.


I basically prefer all my tasty beers at near room temperature. Although, I admit, Piss-water domestics are better cold.

I also prefer little to no carbonation. That shiat just makes my acid go nuts.
 
2012-05-29 03:13:52 PM
I do something similar with my pants.... BIE if you want to see.
 
2012-05-29 03:46:38 PM

Perlin Noise: Mikey1969: Yes some people DO prefer warm beer, and quite often it is stouts and other dark beers, and they drink them like that in both Germany and England. Malty beers, not hoppy beers.

I basically prefer all my tasty beers at near room temperature. Although, I admit, Piss-water domestics are better cold.

I also prefer little to no carbonation. That shiat just makes my acid go nuts.


The coldness means you don't taste it as much. If a beer tastes good warm, then it's a good beer.
 
2012-05-29 04:12:46 PM

Mikey1969: doenis: 9beers: Hetfield: RexTalionis: In Germany, warm beer is okay.

Not really.

Yes, really. I was out on a date with a German girl a while back who couldn't stand cold German beer. She kept wrapping her hands around the glass, trying to warm the beer up a bit. After the first, she asked if they had any that hadn't been put in the cooler. The bartender went to the back and grabbed us a couple of room temperature bottles. I have to say, it tasted better warm than cold and this is a beer that I drink pretty regularly, so I'm familiar with the taste. From my time in Germany, I knew that they didn't serve their beer as cold as we do in the States but I wasn't aware that there were people that drank it warm. Try it, you might be surprised. By the way, the beer was a hefeweizen.

yeah no, that girl was just stupid, i do not know anyone who likes warm beer.

/german

Yes some people DO prefer warm beer, and quite often it is stouts and other dark beers, and they drink them like that in both Germany and England. Malty beers, not hoppy beers.


Relevant to this conversation.

/wow, haven't watched any of those in a looooooong time.
 
2012-05-29 04:21:35 PM
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2012-05-29 04:28:34 PM

doenis: yeah no, that girl was just stupid, i do not know anyone who likes warm beer.

/german


Feeling stupid yet?
 
2012-05-29 05:01:00 PM

9beers: doenis: yeah no, that girl was just stupid, i do not know anyone who likes warm beer.

/german

Feeling stupid yet?


no, why?
i do not know one person, that likes warm (as in room temperature) beer.
mind you, cold beer does not mean straight from the fridge.
 
2012-05-29 05:11:47 PM
You can see the tube, running up his sleeve.

i1200.photobucket.com
 
2012-05-29 05:13:45 PM

doenis: no, why?
i do not know one person, that likes warm (as in room temperature) beer.


Well you should get to know more Germans. Not Americans with German roots, real live Germans, born there and everything.
 
2012-05-29 05:29:38 PM

9beers: doenis: no, why?
i do not know one person, that likes warm (as in room temperature) beer.

Well you should get to know more Germans. Not Americans with German roots, real live Germans, born there and everything.


i am, in fact, german, born here and everything, my point still stands. unless it is some obscure beer, i know of no such thing as a beer that tastes better when room temperature (usually 22°) warm
 
2012-05-29 05:45:28 PM

doenis: i am, in fact, german, born here and everything, my point still stands. unless it is some obscure beer, i know of no such thing as a beer that tastes better when room temperature (usually 22°) warm


When talking about beer, warm is classified as 57-61 degrees according to what I'm reading online. There's a lot of information about what beers are best at what temperatures so it's not like it's unheard of.

I never pulled out a thermometer when I was living in Germany but I know that the beer wasn't served nearly as cold as I was used to.
 
2012-05-29 05:56:34 PM

crw308: You can see the tube, running up his sleeve.


Well done. Now that I'm home I'm going over the video. He does a good job concealing it which is why he's a magician.
 
2012-05-29 06:34:37 PM

RexTalionis: slayer199: Cool trick. I haven't figured out how he does it. Any ideas?

There's a hose in his right hand that hooks to the spigot when he attaches it to the iPad. It's an old trick, actually.


The iPad was released in 2010 so it can't be that old...
 
2012-05-29 07:14:40 PM
well, someone should thank them for bringing something interesting to Munich
 
2012-05-29 07:19:43 PM

9beers: He does some other pretty neat tricks with an iPad.

Link


man.. those were really lame.
 
2012-05-29 07:46:21 PM
Old video. Was on Bierjitd.com about 3 months ago so...old? Yes ,yes it is.As most of you may know Fark is not the only site on the interwebtubeeieio.
 
2012-05-29 09:17:49 PM

scalpod: To be followed the morning after with iDidWhat?!


And the inevitable iMPregnant.
 
2012-05-29 11:04:53 PM

soy_bomb: RexTalionis: slayer199: Cool trick. I haven't figured out how he does it. Any ideas?

There's a hose in his right hand that hooks to the spigot when he attaches it to the iPad. It's an old trick, actually.

The iPad was released in 2010 so it can't be that old...


(chuckles quietly)
 
2012-05-30 02:32:02 PM

Hetfield: The Hofbräuhaus is a loud and disgusting tourist trap. Stay away from it.

 
2012-05-30 02:35:09 PM

9beers: Munich is a loud and disgusting tourist trap. Stay away from it.

FTFY


Now I have to disagree with you here.
Lived in Germany many, many years. Seen pretty much every good size city and every region, and Munich is probably my favorite place over there. Just like everywhere else around the world, stay away from tourist traps.
 
2012-05-30 02:43:14 PM

9beers: doenis: i am, in fact, german, born here and everything, my point still stands. unless it is some obscure beer, i know of no such thing as a beer that tastes better when room temperature (usually 22°) warm

When talking about beer, warm is classified as 57-61 degrees according to what I'm reading online. There's a lot of information about what beers are best at what temperatures so it's not like it's unheard of.

I never pulled out a thermometer when I was living in Germany but I know that the beer wasn't served nearly as cold as I was used to.


I spent equal amounts of time in Germany and the US, about 20 years each. While I've also never pulled out a thermometer, the beer served in German pubs and households is definitely warmer than in the US. I actually prefer it that way and also call it "room temperature", though it may not be 22C. For my American friends there's always beer in the fridge. When friends or family from Germany come to visit, their eyes just get bigger in disbelieve when a restaurant serves beer in frosted mugs...yuck.

/I know, free country and all..
 
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