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Uri Geller

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I'll no longer say that I have supernatural powers. I am an entertainer. I want to do a good show. My entire character has changed.
Interview in Magische Welt, November 2007; cited by James Randi, "Geller Reversal", SWIFT, 18 January 2008

Uri Geller

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