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Ken Dumm
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These have been out for a while, was wondering if anyone has used them and if the canes has held up over time? Christopher Barnes loves them (from a lecture he did a while back) and I love the bit, but was wondering if the plastic is durable.

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I will let you know. I have only had mine for about two weeks. They are thin strips of plastic that you are constantly rolling and unrolling. I have no idea how long they will last but I am sure they will have to be replaced every so often. For the price I like them.

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I believe you have to think of these as "disposable" as they are very thin and will probably crack in a short time, but for $25 you should get more than that amount back in laughs. Remember, paper tear hats cost between $1 and $2 per show and nobody questions that. They do look funny coming out of the purse and are new enough that most kids haven't seen them. Just my 2 cents.
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