Friday, May 12, 2006

Magician David Blaine

American stuntman David Blaine holds his breath on live television during his unsuccessful attempt at a record for holding his breath underwater at Lincoln Center in New York May 8, 2006. (Brendan McDermid/Reuters)

American magician David Blaine floats in his water-filled glass sphere where he is spending seven days and nights underwater at Lincoln Center in New York May 6, 2006. REUTERS/Brendan McDermid

An oxygen mask is placed on David Blaine after he was brought to the surface when his body showed signs of danger during Blaine's attempt to break the world record for being submerged in water for nine minutes, New York, Monday, May 8, 2006. Blaine was pulled out of the sphere at the seven minute, eight second mark. (AP Photo/Stuart Ramson)

American magician David Blaine holds his wrinkled and cracked hands out the water-filled glass sphere for treatment from his medical team at the Josie Robertson Plaza at Lincoln Center, in New York, May 5, 2006. Blaine, who is now on his fifth day of his seven day underwater stunt, receives regular treatment for his skin from his medical team. At the end of the stunt titled 'Drowned Alive,' Blaine will attempt to hold his breath under water longer than any other human has ever accomplished. REUTERS/Mike Segar

Stunt artist David Blaine, immersed in an 8-foot sphere filled with water, writes 'Hi' on a slate to visitors observing his latest stunt, in the plaza of New York's Lincoln Center, Monday May 1, 2006. The shirtless, 33-year-old magician, an oxygen tube in his mouth, will spend a week living in the sphere and as a finale will try to hold his breath underwater to surpass a record of 8 minutes, 58 seconds. In an added display of extreme multitasking, Blaine will try to escape from 150 pounds of chains and handcuffs during the breath-holding finale on live television. (AP Photo/Richard Drew)

International performance artist and magician David Blaine floats inside a glass sphere filled with water at Lincoln Center in New York where he will spend seven days and nights underwater, 01-08 May 2006, living in an eight-foot acrylic sphere with life support system in full public view.(AFP/Timothy A. Clary)

Magician David Blaine looks out from an eight foot sphere of water, after submerging himself into it, at Lincoln Center in New York, May 1, 2006. Blaine began a seven day endurance challenge ending with an attempt to set a world record for holding his breath. REUTERS/Brendan McDermid

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