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I: Magicians are entertainers, not liars! They do magic tricks for the entertainment of everybody, not for cheating on them!

A: According to the dictionary, the definition of lie is:

1. a false statement made with deliberate intent to deceive; an intentional untruth; a falsehood.
2. something intended or serving to convey a false impression
3. an inaccurate or false statement. 
4. the charge or accusation of lying.
5. to speak falsely or utter untruth knowingly, as with intent to deceive. 
6. to express what is false; convey a false impression.

Magicians are to fool people, that's why it is call entertaining, not educating. It surely is entertaining even more from the magician's perspective.

When the layman don't want to know the secret, magicians respect that decision at best; but when they ask for it, is then when they don't respect that decision of knowing.

If you think fooling is entertaining, think about educating.

You don't want exposure, don't deal with secrecy.

When I was in the Technical Institute (even before), my classmates and friends get mad if I don't reveal the secrets to them, others get mad because I reveal them to others and others threat me for preaching the Gospel. I mean, I can't make everyone happy. All I can do is speak the truth; truth that everyone is allow to know as well as you want to too.

I am not here to train magicians, I am here to educate the layman. The more truth you know, the better
grip you'll have.

A school science teacher study, pay and prepare to be a teacher in any school he/she may, or for free if they want to. Only in magic you study, pay and prepare and yet; you still can't teach it? Quite contrary, if someone pay you for a trick, you'll lose even more monopoly of what secrecy already loses itself when someone discern it.

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