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"magic university" Discussed on The Big Picture

The Big Picture

06:53 min | 2 months ago

"magic university" Discussed on The Big Picture

"Despite now being in the moment where there's a lot of conversation about whether that paid off it was really fun. Lake episodes one and two came out on the same week crepe so episode three week to the to me. that was the first even with glimpses previously. When wanda saw the converted sword agent the beekeeper in the prior episode the reset and we realized that there is some awareness even though of course we learned over the course of the season that it takes time for her to have full consciousness over what she had done and how the first like oh shit moment for me was the the the end of episode three when monica is cast out of the hex and we see what outside of westview and from that moment on through to honestly the end of episode. Eat i it was like extraordinary. I really did in. The finale doesn't diminish how much fun that was you know episode for opening with monica's return the blip. I had like chills full body chills watching that even though we have gotten a glimpse of that what it looked like on characters returned in far from home in what is still to this day. One of my favorite emcees differences the absolutely iconic betty jason midtown tech school news report on the in memoriam video for on adventures and the footage of the people are turning the gyms so funny but seeing monica comeback. The chaos of that hospital sequence. A moment where you really think. What was this like for people. The people who returned the people who had survived those five years waiting and wondering all of that. And then you bring in. will you bring in darcy. You get like little so many little moments and payoffs like the the wild card trick. The online of magic university throwback to the ant man series. One of the things. I love the most about the issue of rawls. These surprising character pairings. I think often of four and the guardians of the galaxy and infinity war as one of my favorite sequences in any of the films because there is such a life organic chemistry between those characters and we went. Darcy tapped into that in a way that i really enjoyed then. You're going to have soda five. And quicksilver shows up the the whole halloween sequence and episode. Six where you're like. Oh my god. They're going to the kids are they're going to do wiccan and speed. We're gonna get young then. Gers like all of that happening so quickly. The agatha reveal in episode seven again emblematic. Comic book fans knew that was coming rate. People who were deep into the theorizing probably almost in full predicted that or at least consider that as a possibility still fun still enjoyed it and then i felt that i thought it was really moving in. Poignant so that whole stretch. I just loved. I will also i will also point to the the theseus exchange between the two visions in. The finale. is something that i really really enjoyed and highlight. I thought that was great. Low for me obviously is sparky steph. What the fuck why. Highly highly predictable from you. Thank you to the point. you were just making. I think charles homes during charles. Holmes wrote about this in our exit survey on friday and he just wrote. It's probably not great. Divisions biggest chess moves from the agatha reveal to monica gaining superpowers or predicted like beth. Harmon was sitting across the board on the other. Hand the minute that we saw. Kathryn hahn in the first episode. I was like oh agnes. Agatha which is graham. Frankly great like. I didn't really have any anxiety about that. And then kathryn hahn who is one of my favorite you know. And that's not really an interesting opinion but she's phenomenal and she was great on this show. She brought the show. I think you could make the case that this show would not quite be the The hipster phenomenon that a kind of was amongst fans without someone like her. who is she is. She is critically acclaimed and beloved in a very specific sector of the world and has never been in something at the center. Something so big as wanda vision. It's been fascinating to see her profiled in the new york times in the new yorker over the weekend because of her role and frankly she was a great agatha. I think she fit the role. Well glad they didn't make agatha one hundred and fifty years old. I'm glad that they let her be whatever a woman in her forties. That made the the show more appealing. It made the faint more effective. And i disliked every time she was on screen. Agatha reveal and the song itself was great. I think it's hilarious. That this is the sort of thing that can go to number one on. I tunes is it. Banger music guy. You told me. I was once upon a time. But i love catherine. Hana love that character. I'll be curious to see if we ever see that character again. I'll be curious to see a quick take. Do you think there'll be a second season of the show at some point. I guess it depends on what at some point means the pool of five year but like anything is possible inside of the mcu but how about in the next five years now. I would actually be surprised. Because i think we know already what the time line broadly of the next couple years of the mcu is going to be so. Many projects are announced an emotion right. It's like i wanna say it's for phase four. It's like eleven movies and fourteen disney plus projects including not just the series but including the guardian special. That total doesn't even account for deadpool. Three which has said we'll be inside of the mcu doesn't count blade which were waiting more details in terms of timeframe etc or the what despite the lack of x. Men deals one of wanda visual what we can. Just say find out is the inevitable introduction of the x. Men into the mcu now that the rights issue is have evolved right. So i think that we know again. And this isn't like set reports leaks speculation. This is confirmed by marvel. Wanda vision was designed at least in part. I think it was broadly designed as a examination of of grief and the understanding of this character had been thrown with them and it was also designed in terms of how it fits in the engine to.

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"magic university" Discussed on Free audio sermons: Get free audio sermons and free audio Bible studies!

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07:18 min | 5 months ago

"magic university" Discussed on Free audio sermons: Get free audio sermons and free audio Bible studies!

"Saying salt and a lot of times. They will take words. I've done not very much this but all of this. They want to describe something and they will use a word. Three be searched with rt. And they'll pick up another word and then talking about something else and the letters of the first words match or they ryan and it's kind of. It's kind of like a sea salt. We're just goes back and forth back and forth and they get into that groom for they get into that rhythm and it is really fascinating like stan was talking about earlier. It's really engaging to hear that kind of thing now. The times i have heard that had typically been major events and those were special lessons. That had probably been several weeks or months in preparation trying to work every week. I think might be a little bit of a challenge and maybe there are some guys who perhaps well. I guess it would be interesting to talk to a rapper. because i've not listened to a lot of rappers but the few that i have heard there seems to be a natural ability to just start putting words together and i'm not sure how much effort goes into that. Some of seems to be spontaneous. See some of that. Which i think is is sometimes reflected in preaching as well where they just are able to string words together in ways we just stand back and say that is truly amazing. I mean it has. Its own elephants. Okay let's see what else wanna give. He talks about the way when you look at the book of acts that begins to service e as early as chapter nine in verse. Two that against a service away to describe the gospel of christ or christianity. The word instructed is generally the word for oral instruction So it seems like someone or variety people had given some orleans follows this talk about this fervent in spirit and his accuracy verse twenty-five the boldness to in the synagogue accurately issues a couple s other times in the testament. I wanna give a couple of those look at matthew chapter tuned for state and chapter one of her three. I think those two versus will be helpful as tall as far as talking about the accuracy. Matthew to eight who wants to head over there and get that in. Just a second. That'll be bonnie and they will take a look at luke's same author luke chapter one for st magic university. Let's start there though your worry. Okay how accurately or diligently you think here one of the search to be conducted it. Was you leave no stone unturned. You check this out. So it is exact. It is precise there are no questions. Well that's the same where that we've got here next chapter eighteen when he is teaching. He's he's teaching with accuracy. He's teaching with precision and that once again would have helped make a great presentation where you're saying it is abcd and e and this leads to f. They'll let's take a look at luke's account again the same writer. Let's see what he says. Look chapter one. And i ll one three. Who had that one. I thought a hand anybody there in want to read it. Force one binding. Becky you take okay. i had. What kind of understanding. I had perfect understanding. I check things out. I was very very precise. A policy was doing the same kind of work that look was doing. He wanted to be exact. Now that tells me that he was a very conscientious man the truth that he had he was trying to make the most of it and and be very careful with it. When you go back to twenty five you find the speak and taught those. Two words are expressed with imperfect tense. Those obviously than mean ongoing action one distinctions. Possible it's not absolute. I guess as far as certainty but speak could indicate some private teaching and taught could indicate some public teaching. Now that's true you can understand the fervent see. He had saying that he was mighty in the scriptures. That's backing up a little bit. The route twenty four. that's also significant for us. When we think about a person who's minding the scriptures there have been people. I've told you a few times. Four sometimes several years back back in the nineteen hundreds. They'd be out plowing fields and he'd have a bible in one hand bible in the pocket and he'd be looking at the bible and pick up a passage and try to put it into his mind. He's following the row and then look at it at the end of the row and then look another passage or look at the next texas. He plows an extra. You know eight or ten hours out in the field and trying to memorize the bible that way. There were some farmers who preached. And that was. How they learn god's word i've given you the illustration of another man many years ago in texas. He had a big cadillac. Texas had big open roads and he would have the bible open there on the seat and he's driving several hours a day from place to place he'd be looking over at the bible obviously with limited traffic at that time and memorizing great portions of scripture. But that was not how it worked for these people. You had something like a book ancient times. It wouldn't typically been a bound book like we had what a lot of it been. You had the scrolls and if you're going to be mighty in those scrolls guess what it's going to be a lot of work trying to go ahead and figure all that stuff out so this guy was dedicated. This guy was someone Who had the mental capacity and had the capacity to do a great job as far as preaching and teaching god's word and he really invested some time. Those synagogues were often the place where those scrolls were kept and if you wanted to learn the scriptures. That's we had to spend a lot of time. There was also this little issue when we look at our time. How often is it. In america we encounter someone who can't read. We expect just about everybody. Well here read this. You know this is the place you're agreeing to this. And then signing some of those kind of going by the wayside just out now talk to just make an ex. That's going to be your name. But that's a discussion for another day in ancient times. Though a lot of people did not have that ability. Couldn't read so if you're someone who can read you sort of stand out and if you're someone who has good verbal skills that puts you into a different class and then if you're mighty in the scriptures you're really up there but if you're not a stumbling a bubbler if you are someone who speaks and you can speak well you can speak with that eloquence and perhaps with an educated presentation. People are thinking. Wow you're really something that reinforces the fact that when priscilla saying hey we'd like to talk to you that really speaks well of this couple all right. Let's see we've got about a minute left and see if there's anything else. The point that i want to make is that a lot of times people think that the power and preaching comes from the person's polish or the person's personality their position their education. The power comes from the scriptures. And that's what you see here. He was mighty in the scriptures. He had all the other stuff which is great if you have it. But he was able to take the word of god he was able to use that sort. He was able to show as roma's one sixteen. The gospel god's power to salvation..

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"magic university" Discussed on The Good News Podcast

The Good News Podcast

09:21 min | 1 year ago

"magic university" Discussed on The Good News Podcast

"PODCAST is your source for the field goods. The feel good vibes. Those field vibes glitter glitter. In your in your calling you have a particularly memorable volunteering experience. That's such a good question. Thank you yeah you know as an adult I I have done very very little volunteering. We're we're dirty laundry. I will say in college. I volunteered appeared at a shelter for for dogs. Yeah one thing I remember very clearly is we had a woman come in who is older and in in tiny little lady and she was beside herself very upset because she was looking for her dog. She couldn't find her dog and she asked if she could look through the Kennels Dell's to see if he'd been brought brought there and she found him and he was so happy to see her and he was like basically her height like hers. Pause came to her shoulders. I mean he was enormous big Doug. Big Dogs Milady. Big Dogs Small Lady. That was heartwarming. That's great I know you've done some. I'm really cool volunteering the elect. Can you tell me what you've done lately. My wife really loves volunteering with a Rod McDonald House and I've done a few uh of her events there and it's a great organization can't recommend it enough you go and like cook meals for families who have a child child in the hospital just one one of the most heart warming things you can do because you're just if you can take one thing to do list like make dinner or even find dinner then. You're helping out people who are already in a really rough spot so Ronald McDonald's house is one way that people can help families families and people who are in the hospital but we have recently spoken with someone who is volunteering with different. Different program. Does one's called open heart magic so you guys might remember way way back at almost the start of the show when meal interviewed a pizza. I'm just not going to the park all right you happy with that card. I am pleased. Okay one more time someone stop stop. Put your card back face down inside inside the deck. I have done that okay. So now I'm going to go ahead and shuffled these up right. Would you be amazed if your car jumped from the middle right up to the top. I like that I would be shocked. ACT But that's not a really wasn't no was a day we have a real treat for you. We're talking with another magician but this magician goes to hospitals and does magic kids we are joined today by Andrew. Knox Hi Andrew. Hi Andrew is a man about town town and an actor a very funny talented actor with the second city specifically we. We're going to talk with him today about a charity already in the city of Chicago called open heart magic and my understanding Edrich. Correct me if I'm wrong is that I well thank you. I need to be checked. open-heart magic teaches and trains bedside magicians to go in to hospitals and do close up magic with kids who are sick nick and maybe not having the best time in the hospital. Yes that is right. Yeah and then there's also an aspect where we teach the kids to do a trick curtailed while you leave. What's the secret lesson with them? So that they can do that trick to their friends and family you have to be sort of trained and certified to go with two to perform with really sick. It's like maybe you can't even touch or yeah so that that seems like this is not just your normal birthday magician stuff. Yeah no no not at all and sometimes I mean depending on what somebody situation as you might have to put on a down a mask and then we're doing close at magic so it's like card tricks or various stuff with your hands and you've got to wear like these rubber gloves latex gloves which obviously makes things challenging algae. You're a talented musician. Yeah I mean I mess up all the time but then it becomes more of a comedy Virginia in trouble show but did you do magic as kid. I did not know so doing this magic with these kids. Sort of your first go at it yet. Other than those tricks. That kind of everybody knows. But what's interesting is my grandfather who I only who was only live for like for six months of my life was a doctor and he did magic and was really into magic and like hypnosis and stuff so I always sort of knew about it. Oh that's cool. I I never did it. What have you learned from doing this kind of work with with kids but also kids that are dealing with sickness? I think in this seemed so intuitive it just that all kids our kids you know because you could walk into a room and depending on. Somebody's situation what they're going through can be very apparent and that can be what you focus. Focus on maybe but in this case we're just whatever the kids age is or their ability. Were choosing tricks based on that to show them or to teach them and immediately they just become every kid you know of just excited or giving you a hard time or they want to catch you and see you mess up which is just I. I mean it's the best and then when they get to do a trick or learn one. It's fun to see them. Being like a position of power kids have the ability ability to put you in the moment. Yes instead of the bigger picture which is like they're dealing with this thing. You're in like very tiny moment with them and that and that's that exchange totally totally You kind of have no choice. Can you tell me about the training program. It's an intense training program. Yeah Magic University magic you yeah magic you but yes you learn a ton of different tricks and then even after Magic University. There's more tricks that you learn sort of test out of but also a large component ended of it is learning what you can and can't do in a hospital. What certain signs meanwhile you need to check it the door or you know various different things that are like hip related? But then you're doing tricks you've got to learn how to do tricks for potentially people who don't speak your language or various ages So we learn tricks with cards with balls with handkerchiefs. So there's a lot to. I prefer cards but walk us through. How does it how does it feel deal to go through the day and brighten up the day for a kid in the hospital? It feels amazing. I mean I was at comber hospital down by University of Chicago. So you get there You'll find out how many children are going to be visited that day and there's other volunteers with you so you sort of like divvy that lesson you'll see age you'll see if you do need to Be Putting on like gloves and a mask and a robe and all that some of these kids have been in the hospital for a longer amount of time so they know a lot of the. They've seen the tricks or they've learn tricks so at some sometimes you go into a room and they just want to do the tricks for you which is so much fun or because they potentially have seen maybe a version of what you're doing they can try to call you out or say I know what's next anytime when the tables have turned. They are like the person who's doing the trick or or the person who's in power is way more fun than when you're just doing tricks for the kid. It's less presentational and more interactive. Yeah totally end when they can just feel like. You're doing it wrong. I've seen another another magician. Came here on Tuesday and they did this way better than you saw. I would start walking room and I would just lead with like have you seen good magic nitric just okay. So it's a little different so the thing that I think is a little different about this. You're not going into the room and just showing tricks be Russell teaching the trick. Yes so that seems to be the major difference. Yeah and I wonder if you could speak to that a bit like why the focus. John Actually teaching the tricks rather than just like I think what they described at at all magic you and I think that definitely resonates in my experience is that kids. Don't especially in the hospital but also just in life don't get to make a lot of choices like they're just kind of told what to do so throughout your sort of routine you're giving them opportunities to be like what's your favorite color today as far as like a sharpie that you might use a trick or do you want your door half open closed or all the way open just as many choices as possible so that they feel like they are creating whatever the atmosphere is as opposed to somebody else so then the last thing we do is we'll teach them one trick and I think it empowers them just to get to do show other people this fun thing that only they know how to do but also kind of peek behind the curtain and After they've potentially been impressed hopefully over a few tricks to get to then learn how to do so cool. Thanks for listening. Do you have goodness great. Or maybe you WanNa tell us a joke. Grun idea also great email us at good news at cards against humanity dot com or leave us a voicemail at seven.

"magic university" Discussed on Omnibus! With Ken Jennings and John Roderick

Omnibus! With Ken Jennings and John Roderick

03:22 min | 2 years ago

"magic university" Discussed on Omnibus! With Ken Jennings and John Roderick

"The Noida. But instead of cold pizza, they'd just these, they love cold toilet seats. So I wonder what that I wonder why there's some places where that kind of. Connection to a world of magic university of magic survived in, in the culture, even alongside Christianity, or longside science and other places. It seems to have been more completely eradicated, we'll mutual speculates that it's about the 'isolation these are people who live two miles apart from each other. It's very hard for a religious wave to sweep when the data points are two miles apart. I guess, in Iceland, and Denmark, there's that emotional isolation where they to, to emotional miles to the Lutheran missionaries. But in my heart, I'm still beating my showman drums. There's also something about the landscape up there. For example. I mean, you definitely feel a deep connection to the land that the biblical stories that the mission Lutherans are telling you may not address in your heart. There have been two waves of Christianisation in that part of the world, the eastern orthodox churches early as the sixteenth century. I want to say converted a lot of. The Saami, but as you say, it was a very thin the near and in the nineteenth century when Lutheranism became started to spread through upwards into Scandinavian, formerly eastern orthodox parts of Finland on Russia. They tried many of these shamans for sorcery because they were shocked to discover that this nominally Christian population still had the Noida out there, reading Palm's and traveling to yob may, I MO the land of shadows on a mystical journey, many of which were facilitated by seven spotted ominous, mushrooms, that's insane. Any to replace that with Cinta Claus who flies through the air and a slave drawn by by flying reindeer prefer my bearded Nordic magic figures to be jolly not slightly creepy. So if you read a lot of nineteenth century, you'll see British writers kind of waxing romantic. The romantics loved the idea of these Lapland wizards shoot token. Right. I mean, this is you can draw the line straight through two token and and Led Zeppelin and many John Rozov, prog and metal. I me draw that line. And I had never considered how much of this would come through. That would be your default idea of a wizard. If you were a nineteenth century romantic, in one of Byron's poems, he compares. Something to the powers of Lapland, which is to ensure a wind. The weather controlling abilities of these upland wizards was was very widely famed apparently in Britain at the time I read another poem, the compared the Welsh landscape to the fabled horrors by demoniacal forces of Lackland, wizards wrought, who born upon the world winds wing, what time the vet. See dashed against Norwegians cliffs to solid mass, turn to the swollen billows, and the or hanging waves fixed air. They fell so they could actually freeze the waves in mid air, as if they were crags of stone. This is a marvel universe stuff. You could totally turn that into a movie or an iron maiden lyric, can I use the word Norwegian, I love how they just think they can call it Norwegian to make it scanned, like I need another syllable for this to be. I am Norwegian..

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"magic university" Discussed on The Good News Podcast

The Good News Podcast

09:46 min | 3 years ago

"magic university" Discussed on The Good News Podcast

"And and welcome to the goodness podcast, I'm calling meal The good news podcast is your source for the field goods. The field goals in the field vibes Those field and the glitter. You you've got glittering here as he of glittering you're going to have a particularly memorable volunteering experience. That's such a good question. Thank you. Yeah. You know, as an adult I have done very, very little volunteering. Uh, we're we're Aaron are dirty laundry yet. I will say in college I volunteered add a shelter for for dogs. Sure. Yeah. One thing I remember very clearly is We had a woman come in who was older, an entire knee diseases, like little lady, and she was beside herself. Very upset because she was looking for her dog. She couldn't find her dog. And she asked if she could look through the kennels to see if he'd been brought brought there. And she found him and he was so happy to see here, and he was like, basically her height like hers pause, came to her shoulders. I mean, he was enormous. The dog big dogs Molody. Big Dog, small eighty You know. So that was heartwarming of group. I know you've done some really cool volunteering though. It Can you tell me what you've done lately? My wife really loves volunteering with the Ronald McDonald House, and I've done a few of heard events there, And it's a great organization, Kent, recommended enough new. You go in like cook meals for families who have a child in the hospital. Just were one of the most her warming things you can do because. You're you're just if you can take one thing after to-do list, like make dinner or even find dinner than you're helping out people who are already in a really rough spot. So Ronald McDonald House is one the way that people can help families and people who are in the hospital. But we have recently spoken with someone who is volunteering with a different programme. This one's called open-heart magic. So you guys might remember way way back at almost the start of this show. We kneel interviewed at a San magician. It I'm right at the time row. Not going to have the park. All right, you happy with that? Can I? I am unreleased. Okay. One more time Till one-stop. Stop put your card back face down inside the deck of good And and I have done that. Okay. So now I'm going to go ahead and shuffle these UHF. Would would you be amazed if your car jump from the middle? Right up to the top? I just like that I I would be shocked, but that's not a That's not a We really wasn't No, was the day we have a real treat Prieto. We're talking with another magician, but this magician goes to hospitals and does magic for kids. We are joined today by Andrew knocks higher Drew. I, Andrew is a man-about-town and an actor, a very funny talented actor with the second city specifically. We were going to talk with him today about a charity in the city of Chicago called open-heart Magic and my understanding under correct me if I'm wrong, is that I. Thank you. I need to be checked open-heart magic teaches and trains Bedside magicians to go in to hospitals and do. Close Up magic with kids who are sick and may be, uh, not having the best time in the hospital. Yes, that is right. Yeah. Uh, and then there's also an aspect where we teach the kids to do a trick or two as well. Um, you leave what? What's called a secret lesson with them so that they can do that trick to their friends and family. You have to be sort of trained and certified to go with due to perform with really sick, like who maybe you can't even touch or. Yeah. So that that seems like This is not just your normal, uh, birthday magician staff yet. No, no, no, not at all. And sometimes I mean, depending on what somebody situation as you might have to put on a gown and you know Maskun then we're doing close at Magic So it's like card tricks, They're various stuff with your hands and you've got to wear like these rubbergloves latex gloves which obviously makes things more challenging. You're a talented magician. Yeah. I mean, I mess up all the time, but then it becomes more of like a comedy. Virginia in trouble show. Yeah. But did you do magic as kid? I did not know. So doing this magic with these kids is sort of your first go at it. Yeah, of in the most tricks, They're kind of everybody knows. Yeah. But what's interesting is my grandfather, who I only whose only live for like the first six months of my life was a doctor and heated Magic and was really into Magic and like hypnosis and stuff. So I always sort of knew about it. Oh, that's cool. Numbered in it. Yeah. What have you learned from doing this kind of work with sick with kids? But also kids that are dealing with sickness? I think in this seems so intuitive, But just that all kids are kids, You know, because you could walk into a room and depending on somebody situation, what they're going through can be very apparent and that can be what you focus on May be. But in this case were just what whatever the kids age is or their sort of ability were choosing tricks based on that to show them where to teach them. And immediately they just become every kid, You know of just excited or giving a hard time. Or they want to catch you and see you mess up, which is just I mean, it's the best. And then when when they get to do a trick or or learn one, It's fun to see them being like a position of power. Young kids have the ability to put you in the moment. Yes, I instead of the bigger picture, which is like they're dealing with this thing. You're in a like a very tiny moment with them in that, And that's that exchange. Totally. I you kind of have no choice in here. Can you tell me about the training programme? It's it's an intense training program yet Magic University magic you. Yeah, magic you. But yes, you learn a ton of different tracks. And then even after Magic University, there's more tricks that you learn and sort of Test out of. But also large component of it is learning what you can and can't do in a hospital. What certain signs mean, What you need to check at the door, or you know various different things that are like HEPA relating. But then you're doing tricks, you've gotta learn how to do tricks for potentially people who don't speak your language or various ages. So we learn tricks with cards with balls, with like handkerchiefs. So there's a lot to it. I prefer carts by walk us through a. How does it how does it feel to go through the day in a brighten up the day for a kid math battle? It feels amazing. I mean, I was at Kommer hospital down by University of Chicago. So you get there. You'll find out. How many children are going to be visited that day? And there's other volunteers with you. So you sort of like divvy at that list and you'll see age. You'll see if you do need to be putting on like gloves and a mask, and a robe and all that. Some of these kids have been in the hospital for a longer amount of time. So they know a lot of the they've seen the tricks or they've learn tricks. So at some Sometimes you go into a room and they just want to do the tricks for you, which is so much fi or because they potentially have seen may be a version of what you're doing. They can try to call you out or say, I know it snacks. Anytime when the tables have turned, They are like the person who's doing the trick or or the person who's like in power is way more fun than when you're just doing the trick for their kid. It's less prison additional and more interactive. Yeah, totally. And when they can just feel like you're doing it wrong, I've seen and other at another magician came in here on Tuesday, and they did this way better. Thank you. I would start walk in the room and I will just lead with like, Have you seen good Magic and yet Like what nitric should just. Okay. So a little different. So the thing that I think is a little different about this, You're not going into the room and just showing tricks, but you're also teaching the trek. Yes. So that seems to be the major difference. Yeah. And I wonder if you could speak to that a bit like why the focus on actually teaching the Turks rather than just be like, Oh, I think would be disrupted at at all Magic you. And I think that of a resonates in my experience is that kids don't especially in the hospital, but also just in life. Don't get to make a lot of choices like they're just kind of told what to do. So throughout your sort of routine, you're giving them opportunities to be like, which what's your favorite color today as far as like a sharply that you might use in a trick or. Do you want your door half-open closed to all the way up and just as many choices as possible so that they feel like they are creating whatever the atmosphere as as as opposed to somebody else. So then the last thing we do is will teach them one trick, And I think it empowers them just did get to show other people this like fun thing that only they know how to do, but also kind of peek behind the curtain after they've potentially been impressed, hopefully over a few tricks to get to them, learn how to do on those old. So call. Thanks for listening. Do you have goodness, great war maybe want to tell us a joke. An idea also great email us at Good news at cards against humanity dot com. Or leave us the voice now at seven seven three two one seven zero one five six You can also tweet us at the good news pod. 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