|Candies in bags on table, carved pumpkins|
Saturday, October 31, 2020
Wednesday, October 28, 2020
Since Randi just died, I'll tell this story - just before he started a lecture I saw in Toronto, he opened up his jacket and pretended to fiddle with the wire that led from his lapel microphone to the radio pack on his belt. Then, during the lecture, he 'accidentally' struck the other microphone that was on the lectern with the back of his hand. If it had been on, the microphone would have made a loud ringing noise. A little while later, he said something like "Many of you think I'm speaking into this microphone", then stepped away while still talking, "but I'm really using a radio mike.". Even though he made what he did obvious, many of the people were astonished. So the lesson I took home was nobody is too smart to be fooled!
Randi speaking at the Bloor Cinema, Toronto, Ontario, August 8, 2014
Randi talks about Geller
Doing a rope trick
Getting a cake - his birthday was August 7.
Q and A after "An Honest Liar".
Tuesday, October 27, 2020
Wednesday, October 14, 2020
Dottie by roses
Jones Creek - Thousand Islands National Park
Twin Creek trail near Morrisburg, Ontario
Holy Trinity Church, Cornwall, Ontario
Mushrooms on fallen birch
Old apple tree
Granny Smith Apple Tree
Red berries, birches