Friesen's sleight-of-hand deftly delivered
Published by CME Manitoba on March 16, 2018
This article was published in Winnipeg Free Press on March 14, 2018
No one ever says anything nice about smoke and mirrors.
Those who employ them in their trade — for prestidigitational purposes, mostly — are dismissed as deceptive and accused of trying to portray things as something other than what they really are.
But when they’re used adeptly, they can also create an effect that leaves observers sufficiently satisfied by what they’ve seen that they don’t much care about the misdirection involved in the deft-handed delivery.
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