Marcus Clem | Collegio Reporter The young magician stood atop the padlocked and chained box at the climax of his performance, ready to do the impossible. Cloaked behind a concealing glossy curtain, only his head and arms are visible. He begins the countdown to his favorite, and most difficult, trick. One, two… three, the last number is called by his assistant, who, having escaped from handcuffs and a tightly sealed box that had been carefully inspected by a random member of the audience, popped suddenly into his place. The surprise was not over, though. The curtain dropped and the assistant removed the locks and chains from the wooden chest, opening it to reveal Jay Temaat…
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