It’s elementary; have an apple.
These close-ups show two classic stories in one illustration. Continue reading “Two classic books in one picture – optical illusions”
In the fifth century B.C., Ionian philosopher Heraclitus (pictured above) said practitioners of pseudoscience were "night-walkers, magicians, priests of Bacchus, priestesses of the wine-vat, mystery-mongers."
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In this video, Magician Dai Vernon performs the cups and balls trick on Mark Wilson’s Magic Circus TV show in the early 1970s. Continue reading “Classic magic by a master magician”
|"Hey, what are you looking at?"|
Watch these classic comedians use "the mirror gag," where one character pretends to be a reflection in a mirror and imitates another. Continue reading “Classic comedians use the mirror gag”
I’m looking at you looking at me.
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