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(Apple)   Penn Jillette release a full 90 minutes of him interviewing Teller, and it's incredible   (itunes.apple.com ) divider line 53
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2013-02-09 12:49:35 AM  

salvador.hardin: I love Penn Gillette, and I accept that as a brilliant man he is attracted to the elegant simplicity of hardcore libertarianism and has yet to shake it. I understand that he likely doesn't support Obama and probably doesn't particularly like the guy (given the continued expansion of police powers). I just don't understand, given Penn's dedication to exposing bullshiat and speaking truth, how he can participate in legitimizing Trump any more. Trump gives carnival barkers a bad name. Watching Gillette treat him like a serious individual is just heartbreaking.


He talks about this a lot in his latest book (which is pretty good , btw)
 
2013-02-09 09:52:51 PM  
There was a  fantasticstory about Teller in Esquire a while back. One quote, about a new trick he's working on:

"It's still the hardest-to-execute piece of magic I've ever tried. In six months or a year, it will start to settle into my bones. In ten years, it'll be perfect."

He's the kind of guy who, at 64 years of age, will still spend hours after each show practicing and working to perfect a new trick. Awesome.

http://www.esquire.com/features/teller-magician-interview-1012
 
2013-02-11 09:20:36 AM  

Bluecoat93: There was a  fantasticstory about Teller in Esquire a while back. One quote, about a new trick he's working on:

"It's still the hardest-to-execute piece of magic I've ever tried. In six months or a year, it will start to settle into my bones. In ten years, it'll be perfect."

He's the kind of guy who, at 64 years of age, will still spend hours after each show practicing and working to perfect a new trick. Awesome.

http://www.esquire.com/features/teller-magician-interview-1012


It's a beautiful article (I was lead to it by http://longform.org), though I still don't know what the Honor System is about ;)
 
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