I made a mistake, the other day. (“what, one?” I hear you mentally snark)
Update: The DVDs are spoken for; they are going to corrupt some youth!
When I started looking at Kreskin’s videos, I got very excited and obtained a 3-DVD set of his “best of” moments. Then, I appear to have forgotten that I did that, and obtained another.
I only have one spare copy, but if you know a kid who wants to learn how to pretend to be a mentalist (our newly-founded, “become that annoying kid!” program) or you want to become an annoying adult, contact me with your address and I’ll send it out.
Surely you meant the “amazing kid” programme since he’s not called “The Annoying Kreskin”. Of course you’d never know if that sort of thing wasn’t one of those small nips and tucks editors or, in this case agents and marketing experts, like to sneak in. Speaking of which, your teaching programme should consider rebranding itself before seeking more public attention. Given the topic, some, er, mis-direction would be entirely appropriate.
Marcus Ranum says
Surely you meant the “amazing kid” programme since he’s not called “The Annoying Kreskin”.
Not anymore. But the DVD starts out with a montage of him when he was at the “Annoying Kreskin” stage.
OK, let’s call it the “EPIC KID” program, and just not say what kind of epic.