"Cardinal Sin" by Banksy
"I'm never sure who deserves to be put on a pedestal or crushed under one," said the artist.
“Magic overcomes frustration. It doesn’t need to be sleight of hand. It’s nothing but pure psychology applied in the right place."One of his illusions, also known as the "Afghan Bands", is a topological magic trick based on the Möbius strip, a one-sided surface discovered by mathemeticians in 1858. It's what magicians call a "self-working" trick, which means that the magical part of the trick is so simple that pretty much anyone can do it. What makes it magical, however, is how it's presented. Blackstone called it "Santa's Necktie."
“You need to understand, sir, you are accused in this case of using the Internet to deceive people... When you use this procedure, process of multiple Web sites, which, in the court’s view, deceive or intended to misrepresent or deceive or mischaracterize the court, its appointed receiver or a governmental agency, it’s going to be difficult for you to convince me that you do not use the Internet to deceive at the time of trial.”Read the article: In Utah, a Local Hero Accused, The New York Times>>