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Larry Davidson
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On 2004-03-31 13:09, Pete Biro wrote:
Thomas Wayne sells a killer coffee mug that is not only chopped but in a different, and better way.


I second Pete's recommendation, and I also highly recommend Dennis Loomis micro chop cup.

Larry D.
Karl Miller
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Why worry about that price? For a few dollars more, you can get the Loomis cup or the leather cups offered by our own Frank here on the Café.


KirkG

I have seen Frank's cups (at the local shop close to Sacramento), and they are works of art. They also allow you to do some things you can't do with regular cups(Frank has mentioned this elsewhere). I don't own one because I really like my JP cups, but I am thinking about it!
Jonathan Townsend
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If Frank made them in Ramsay size... and would quit teasing me about stud collars Smile I would probably use them. Till then... still using four ounce ice cream cups.

Frank's props look wonderful. And it really helps our community to support local efforts.
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prospero
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If you live on the West Coast of the USA (which is unlikely, I know), try Hollywood Magic in Los Angeles.
Brian Roberts
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If you are new to chop cups and don't want to spend too much, the Morrissey cup is great. It looks good (copper) and is really tough for table hopping. I have one and it's big enough for a baseball or tennis ball final load. Just some thoughts.

B.
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On 2004-03-31 21:50, Jonathan Townsend wrote:
If Frank made them in Ramsay size... and would quit teasing me about stud collars Smile I would probably use them. Till then... still using four ounce ice cream cups.

Frank's props look wonderful. And it really helps our community to support local efforts.


Hmmm... What is the Ramsay size?
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Lee Brown
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On 2004-03-25 23:54, wmhegbli wrote:
The original Chop Cup by Al Wheatley was made of Bamboo.

Maybe it would be nice if someone would make the original.

Get the best quality for money from:

http://www.morrisseymagic.com

Nice cup.


And the original cups were discontinued because they had a tendency to split. The second generation cups were called "The Master Cup."
vaillant
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Hi Han Solo,

visit http://www.practical-magic.com

He sells a great range of chop cups.
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