(Close Window)
Topic: Ultimate silver and copper
Message: Posted by: hayabusafan (Jul 7, 2011 12:29PM)
Does anyone care to tell me the difference between this and scotch and soda with an english penny
Message: Posted by: Jonathan Townsend (Jul 7, 2011 01:09PM)
? as you asking about the Steve Dusheck item or some other item? Please be specific or provide a link to the item itself. thanks - J
Message: Posted by: David Neighbors (Jul 7, 2011 01:10PM)
You have all ready got it! One uses an English Penny! That's it!!! :)
Message: Posted by: Jonathan Townsend (Jul 7, 2011 01:11PM)
@David, someone's making a locking Sun&Moon set?
Message: Posted by: hayabusafan (Jul 7, 2011 01:14PM)
I am refering to the one both Johnson and Tango make. Seems like they are the same gimmick maybe just a different routine.
Message: Posted by: David Neighbors (Jul 7, 2011 01:15PM)
No ! The outher coin is a Half! Same as in S&S! J.P. Has made then for 25-30 years!
Message: Posted by: Jonathan Townsend (Jul 7, 2011 01:16PM)
?? An English Penney is a millimeter or two larger than a US Half Dollar

Perhaps if you make them aware of this it would permit a completely bizarre and perhaps visible coin absorption routine.
Message: Posted by: David Neighbors (Jul 7, 2011 01:19PM)
Sounds cool man! And yea the E.P. / C.S. coin is cut down!
Message: Posted by: Jonathan Townsend (Jul 7, 2011 01:31PM)
Just musing at the keyboard:

Did you ever wonder why we went to copper clad coins and where the copper in the middle of a half dollar comes from. Well I guess it's safe to tell you now, nickle is carnivorous. Here's a copper coin. It's from England. And here are two half dollars. Watch as the two silvery coins creep up on the English coin and then pounce. You don't want to imagine what's happening in there. But after a few moments they go on their way and there's no trace of the English Penney... unless you look from the side.

Later on if you're using a hoo coin and it gets a grip on your finger it's okay to show them a small wound and claim it bit you.

I guess now we know why there aren't too many coin sandwich effects. ;)
Message: Posted by: Dr_J_Ayala (Jul 7, 2011 01:51PM)
[quote]
On 2011-07-07 14:31, Jonathan Townsend wrote:
Just musing at the keyboard:

Did you ever wonder why we went to copper clad coins and where the copper in the middle of a half dollar comes from. Well I guess it's safe to tell you now, nickle is carnivorous. Here's a copper coin. It's from England. And here are two half dollars. Watch as the two silvery coins creep up on the English coin and then pounce. You don't want to imagine what's happening in there. But after a few moments they go on their way and there's no trace of the English Penney... unless you look from the side.

Later on if you're using a hoo coin and it gets a grip on your finger it's okay to show them a small wound and claim it bit you.

I guess now we know why there aren't too many coin sandwich effects. ;)
[/quote]

I like that, especially the bit (pun intended) with the hoo coin!
Message: Posted by: David Neighbors (Jul 7, 2011 02:30PM)
Yea You could get hooked on that! :)
Message: Posted by: Dr_J_Ayala (Jul 7, 2011 03:50PM)
Lol Dave!
Message: Posted by: David Neighbors (Jul 7, 2011 05:53PM)
Thanks Man! I am glad someone liked it! :)