We have an inappropriate love for the Piddingtons.
Actually just the late Lesley Piddington.
They were a psychic team from a few decades ago but, boy howdy, did they do it up. Ms. Piddington, our secret crush, once received a psychic transmission whilst flying on a Stratocruiser plane high above the military base in which her husband, Sidney, and other judges broadcast their thoughts psychically to his beloved. You can read more about the dynamic couple here.
The Piddingtons never claimed to have psychic powers but for our money, they were the best (and our money isn’t much, we just invested in a company that is like 23 and Me but is just for people who like to send their DNA to people. They don’t get results back but we figure there is a niche market for this service and we emptied our 401(k) to get behind it. There are very little overhead costs since we don’t keep the DNA or even handle it but write back (in form letters) that their DNA is “pretty” or “handsome” or “smart” or “honest”). We are starting a new affiliate for people who want to send DNA (salvia only) for their pets. We write back that the DNA is “pretty” or “handsome” or “smart” or “honest.” We’re thinking of opening a third affiliate to reach people who don’t want to send DNA but can send toenail clippings — personally, we want no part of that because 1) it is gross; 2) who is going to open the packages; 3) the smell; 4) how do we know they are not just sending random toenail clippings found at the gym or in a back alley where toenail clippers are alleged to “hang” and practice their art?)
Well, a long distance transference of information is one thing, but the transference of a person is something quite different. The magician Scott Tokar broke the world record according to our favorite beer company (it is a medical fact that one glass of Guinness has all the nutrients and protein needed for a day in Ireland and some islands off of Ireland) was just accomplished by Corteva Agriscience, A Division of DowDuPont & Tradeshow Magician, Scott Tokar (both USA) in Boone, Iowa, at the Farm Progress Tradeshow on 28 August 2018. By the way, we are well aware that the records book and the beer are not connected – but we can dream, n’est-ce pas?
“Magician Scott Tokar highlighted the many record yields achieved by customers of Pioneer by setting another record at the show – the Farthest Teleportation Illusion. Tokar wowed show-goers by transporting his assistant more than 936 feet from the Corteva Agriscience tent to the Pioneer tent. Michael Empric, Adjudicator with Guinness World Records, authenticated the record as did representatives of the International Brotherhood of Magicians.”
You can check out the very impressive information here.
Visit Mr. Tokar’s very impressive website here.