David Copperfield – Brain Invisible!

August 17, 2006

David Copperfield, illusionist and one of the few men to have his way with Cindy Crawford, has just announced his most outlandish claim yet. The ephemeral “fountain of youth” apparently exists on an island called Musha Cay, one of four he recently acquired.

Apparently, he has hired a bevvy of scientists to test this wonderful water, which he described thusly:

“You can take dead leaves, they come in contact with the water, they become full of life again. Bugs or insects that are near death, come in contact with the water, they’ll fly away. It’s an amazing thing, very, very exciting.”

Right. And the statue of liberty really did disappear that time. When he says the leaves become “full of life” again, does he in fact mean “full of water”? Also, how exactly does one determine that said bugs are near death? Does Copperfield run a insect hospice?

Still, such utter nonsense will get him publicity, and I would be almost, but not quite entirely unsurprised if he was to announce a new tv show or national tour in the very near future.

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