First, Bill is a skilled performer. The routines are done well and so is his interaction with the audience. I'm not looking for a refund because I paid for a show and I got one.
As a personal opinion, I found Bill's specious explanations for his feats (statistics, human behavior) to be unnecessesarily misleading. This may seem an odd position from a magic act customer but I would have enjoyed the performance more had it been presented as the magic act it is. Guess I'm being a Puritan but yes, I found it morally objectionable to see "statistics" touted earnestly as the basis for simple sleight-of-hand, especially with kids in the audience. Good show, Bill, but the faked sincerity and false explanations take the shine off for me.
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