Joe Porper's CORRECT website address

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Postby Richard Kaufman » 02/24/04 04:35 PM

It seems that the website address we gave for Joe Porper in the March Genii is incorrect. This is the correct address:
www.porperoriginals.com
And you should have seen Joe's fine merchandise fly off my table, demonstrated by Paul Wilson, at the convention in Blackpool.
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Postby Chris Aguilar » 02/24/04 05:36 PM

Richard,
Thanks for running the Genii article on Porper.

It was outstanding.
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Postby Pete Biro » 02/24/04 06:23 PM

You are back.... so sooooon.
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Postby Terry » 02/25/04 06:25 AM

It was a really good article in the old entertainment saying - 'it left me wanting more'. Thanks Genii!
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Postby Chris Aguilar » 02/25/04 08:11 AM

Richard,

Unless you've already done so, please consider running similar articles on other craftsmen like Jim Riser and Todd Lassen.

I think people would find it fascinating.

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Postby thecardman » 02/25/04 12:02 PM

Thanks for that, Richard. I was not aware of Joe's magic website, just his pool equipment site - www.porper.com

It was great to see you in Blackpool at the weekend. Take care and see you soon.

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Postby Jon Elion » 02/26/04 05:50 AM

Originally posted by Chris Aguilar:
Richard,

Unless you've already done so, please consider running similar articles on other craftsmen like Jim Riser and Todd Lassen.

And let's not forget Neil Lester ("Cards by Martin"). I loved the story on Porper. I think that an article that focuses a bit more on the technical aspects, for example on the making of card (Neil) and coin (Todd) gaffes, would be awesome!

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