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Topic: Help with an embarrassing problem
Message: Posted by: Bill Palmer (Oct 1, 2008 06:18PM)
As many of you who read my posts know, I have been through a very rough two months. It started right after the combined IBM-SAM convention, and has continued through until today. I haven't photographed any cup sets for posting to the web site since roughly August 1. Consequently, I have a backlog of about 30 sets that I need to get up on the web.

I have lost or misplaced information concerning a couple of sets, so if you are the person who sent me the following, please let me know.

One is a set of Morrissey cups, short ones, in fairly good condition, other than a few nicks, that was sent to me in a dark purple Crown Royal Special Reserve bag.

The other is a similar looking set of Morrissey combo cups, same style, but definitely "road warriors."

If you sent me either of these sets, please let me know.
Message: Posted by: Pete Biro (Oct 1, 2008 11:03PM)
Whew... I thought it was something serious by your message title... :kermit:
Message: Posted by: Mad Jake (Oct 1, 2008 11:19PM)
I started clipping "Depends" coupons before reading the rest :lol:
Message: Posted by: Tom Fenton (Oct 1, 2008 11:49PM)
You had me wondering Bill...
;)
Message: Posted by: Bill Palmer (Oct 2, 2008 12:03AM)
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On 2008-10-02 00:19, Mad Jake wrote:
I started clipping "Depends" coupons before reading the rest :lol:
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You Bob Dole fans really slay me. ;)
Message: Posted by: Rudy (Oct 2, 2008 05:48AM)
Hi Bill

I wrote to you a earlier in the year telling you about the following Cups.


Cups from the Underworld: $69.95

http://www.magic-wagon.com


If you are interested in owning one of these limited editions, please contact us to place an order.

This truly unusual and different style of custom designed texture on the cups are exquisitely hand finished by master artisans. The color & texture of these cups capture the light and enhances the detail of the complex designs crafted into the resin composite material itself.

The photographs cannot convey the true beauty of this set, nor the pleasure that these cups bring when performed.

The cups measure approximately 2 6/8 inches in height, with an opening of 2 7/8inches.

We only provide the cups and custom carrying bag (Balls and final load are not included).


Hope this is of some help.

Rudy
Message: Posted by: Terry Holley (Oct 2, 2008 08:11AM)
The Cups from the Underworld certainly would make a nice donation to the Museum.

Terry
Message: Posted by: Robert Kohler (Oct 2, 2008 09:30AM)
With, say, green balls that is a good looking set............
Message: Posted by: Bill Palmer (Oct 2, 2008 11:38AM)
I got a set of the Cups from the Underworld right after they were listed. Then Paul Gross sent me a set. They are very interesting cups. I have a photo of the first set I got on the Unusual Cups page. The set I purchased had no bag, but the set Paul sent me did have a bag.
Message: Posted by: jordanl (Oct 2, 2008 02:41PM)
Interesting title to this thread, I thought I might be learning far more about Bill than I wanted to! ;-)
Message: Posted by: Keith Mitchell (Oct 2, 2008 08:54PM)
Bill, I am curious about the Cups of the Underworld. Are these cups scratch resistance when stacked? Want to know if the design of the cups will last a long time if used a lot.

How much do they weight?

Thanks
Madkiki
Message: Posted by: Mad Jake (Oct 2, 2008 09:54PM)
[quote]
On 2008-10-02 01:03, Bill Palmer wrote:
[quote]
On 2008-10-02 00:19, Mad Jake wrote:
I started clipping "Depends" coupons before reading the rest :lol:
[/quote]

You Bob Dole fans really slay me. ;)
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Now that "SWAT" hurt :)