This is a nifty trick that I found, showing magic only with a little vase and ball(s). The performer shows one ball, then another as he opens and closes the vase. How did both balls manage to stay in that little vase at the same time? Anyone has an idea how this trick is done?
Also I wanted to announce that the, eagerly awaited author, Vurdlak will be back to continue my work here for a minimum wage while I'm at my summer villa somewhere in the Caribbean. So don't be mean to him or poke him for not being on vacation. He has a job to do, and his family is counting on him to do it (or it's the immigration office with them).
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