Probably most people wouldn't believe it. There are some amazing magic
tricks out there, like guys walking through plate glass windows. People know
it's a trick even though they can't imagine how it's done. People would
assume the same with levitation, even if were done in their living room.
David Blaine ( levitates on NYC sidewalks, which
freaks people out, but they don't elect him president.

on 11/13/05 1:14 PM, Kenny H at [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:

> I think you are sorely mistaken. I don't think many would even take
> notice of someone floating in the air. I mean who cares, really? What
> does it have to do with the bulk of people's lives who are primarily
> concerned with such mundane things like:
> *earning a living
> *paying for food
> *health insurance
> *gasoline approaching $3/gallon
> *an administration trying to screw with Social Security
> *also trying to rewrite the tax code and screw people out of their
> mortgage deduction
> to name a few.
> Add paying $2500 to learn TM so they can spend the next 35 years
> trying to float? I don't think so.
> kh    

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