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Born in Stockholm (Sweden), now live in Sapporo (Japan). Hold a Ph.D. in computer science and work with computers during the days, perform magic in a bar during the nights (and weekends, for kids). Also used to teach historical fencing back in Sweden.

Monday, September 10, 2012

Magic Medicine


My boss in the magic bar has started taking pills that help with your magic. They are very funny. It says on the can that if you have problems with "Forgetting you routine", "Shaking hands", or other problems common to magicians, this will help. Effects include "making people laugh even when you make mistakes", "no problems dealing with children or drunkards", "fewer people saying 'I know that trick', 'I saw that!' or similar things", and other things.

マジックバーの店長が最近「テジナウケ~ルZ」という薬を飲み始めた。うける。手順を忘れるか手が震えるか、何かの問題があればこの薬を飲むと問題がなくなる。「失敗してもうける」「酔っ払い、子供相手でも安心」「『見えた、分かった』の減少」色々な効果があるそうだ。


The content list is also funny. It contains among other things "54 decks of Zarrow-shuffle-natrium", "Dai-Vernon-soda", and many other things (that are all puns in Japanese).

材料のリストも面白い。ダイバノン酸808デックとか、アレガミエナイヘキサン1964デックとか、色々入っているみたい。


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