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April 24, 2006
He spoke about the clincher: how to hook the audience and keep them glued to the topic. Fact, fact, fact, and pause to reflect. Point, point, point, moment of query. He demonstrated this without overtly pointing it out. He cued an older episode in which a man had had a trained bull, so well trained that it was in movies and the special guest at children's birthday parties. The bull died and the man had a clone made of it. The clone was exactly the same until its fifth birthday, on which day it attacked the man. Pause to reflect.