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Topic: Tomorrow and tomorrow---------- (57 msgs / 1153 lines)
1) From: gin
OK, I am calling John B and we will get your butts NOW...
ginny
started, where would you like me to start? The war we should not be in or the mental capacity of out president?

2) From: gin
Benny:
Don't p--- off  mother nature.
g

3) From: gin
why write/right back to the left, 
-----hmmmm...
g
Original Message-----
From: Ben Treichel 
Sent: Nov 1, 2004 4:26 PM
To: homeroast
Subject: Re: +Tomorrow and tomorrow----------
Please be advised that you are Officially Being Ignored!
gin wrote:
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4) From: gin
I don't even drink them, martini's that is...
compassionate conservative's we BBQ out here on the West Coast, actually we don't since there is no 
such animal around...
ginny

5) From: gin
Ben:
I commend you for that, fantastic work Ben. I just wish we had more here as well.
ginny
Ree, Ree. Tell a thousaned afghan kids that the charity that I'm on the 
board for actually didn't build them a school, clinic, bakery, and orphanage, and then staffed them with 60 afghan's. All local, all 
mousilm. ;-)

6) From: gin
Les:
Na I live further West, San Luis Obispo, CA.
Perhaps off list will and Ben can define a CC for me.
ginny

7) From: gin
Les:
dear one, you are using the wrong map.
all of california is far, far west, far more west then you would venture.
gin

8) From: gin
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I know that but can't a "little old lady" have some fun tonight?
ginny

9) From: gin
Tom knows!
g

10) From: gin
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Brent<<<
lock 'um in and toss the key!
ginny

11) From: alfred
This is a multi-part message in MIME format.
I was really thrilled and encouraged that politics did not rear it's =
ugly head on this forum until yesterday
Only the Lord knows who will lead us into the next four years and I will =
abide by His decision.
 In the meantime we will roast on and on

12) From: Ben Treichel
alfred wrote:
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Well, most of us have learned two lessons. No politics, and ignore Gin; 
except in a martini.

13) From: Dave McCracken
--On Monday, November 01, 2004 18:05:59 -0500 Ben Treichel
 wrote:
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Gin in a martini... what an interesting mental image.  I've never met Gin
in person, but just the thought of the size of the glass that'd hold her is
quite remarkable.  I think a martini of that size would be in order to
cushion the shock :)
Dave McCracken

14) From: Ben Treichel
Please be advised that you are Officially Being Ignored!
gin wrote:
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15) From: Ben Treichel
gin wrote:
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Only because I'm a compassionate conservative concerned that you will 
drown in that large martini!
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-- 
Ben Treichel
Program Manager
S.E Michigan
SwRI
248-232-7365 (o)
248-935-6845 (m)

16) From: Les
He Ginny,  I live further West than you and I am a compassionate conservative!
Les
On Mon, 1 Nov 2004 16:45:31 -0800 (GMT-08:00), gin
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17) From: Ben Treichel
gin wrote:
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Ree, Ree. Tell a thousand afghan kids that the charity that I'm on the 
board for actually didn't build them a school, clinic, bakery, and 
orphanage, and then staffed them with 60 afghan's. All local, all 
mousilm. ;-)

18) From: Les
Actually Gin, Roseburg is further West than San Luis Obispo!  Were
just not on the Ocean!
Les
On Mon, 1 Nov 2004 17:11:54 -0800 (GMT-08:00), gin
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19) From: Ben Treichel
gin wrote:
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Thank you!

20) From: Justin Marquez
I agree with you, Alfred.  In addition to my comfort that God is in
control, I also firmly believe that these United States will withstand
whomever is the president the next four years.  We've had some great
presidents and some total losers and the union has weathered it all. 
(That isn't to say I don't care - I DO care who wins and I think it
may affect us significantly in our lives. But, since this really isn't
a political discussion list, I'll let it go at that.)
I know one thing - I'll sure be GLAD to see the end of this
contentious campaign!
Safe Journeys and Sweet Music
Justin Marquez (Snyder, TX)http://www.justinandlinda.comOn Mon, 1 Nov 2004 14:55:19 -0800, alfred <2391> wrote:
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21) From: Ben Treichel
Justin Marquez wrote:
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Yeah, it was all pretty revolting.

22) From: Edward Spiegel
At 6:14 PM -0800 11/01/04, gin wrote:
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Hi Gin,
I don't know where in Cali. you are or where in Oregon Les is but it is not true that all of california is farther west than one could venture on dry land in oregon. Southern California's westernmost points are all to the east of Oregon's coastline and the westernmost points of Oregon, Washington and California are at pretty similar longitudes.
There are parts of Oregon and Washington that are farther west than San Francisco (which is is about 122 degrees 23') for instance. The westernmost point of the three states seems to be south of Crescent City (which is at about 124 degrees) but there are plenty of places on the Oregon and Washington coasts that are further west than 123 degrees. San Diego is at 117 degrees 52'.
Best,
Edward

23) From: Bob Baker
Right you are Ed!
Spokane Wash is further west than LA......
How bout that....
Bob/Dallas
  gin wrote:
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24) From: Ben Treichel
gin wrote:
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As long as you don't get yourself arrested again young lady! :-D

25) From: Gene Smith
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Is that as in Mickey Mousilm, Ben?  Sounds like American culture on the 
march!
Gene Smith
bowing in the direction of California, in Houston

26) From: Gene Smith
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Whoa!  Let's fire up the shiny red Super Stock Dodge and go smoke some 
teenagers!
Gene Smith
surf music forever
Praise Allah!
Help me Rhonda!

27) From: Ed Needham
Can't get any meat on 'em anyway.

28) From: Les
My Dearest Ginny,
The world isn't flat!  Roseburg is at 123 degrees 18 min. West
Longitude.  San Luis Obispo is at 120 degrees 4 minutes West
Longitude.  Roseburg is further west!  Guess what!  Prineville Oregon
is at 120 degrees 50 min. West Longitude.  So Prineville is even a
little west of good old San Luis Obispo!
Les
P.S. Cape Blanco, Oregon is the furthest West Point in the Continental
United States.
On Mon, 1 Nov 2004 18:14:22 -0800 (GMT-08:00), gin
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29) From: John Blumel
On Nov 2, 2004, at 1:06am, Les wrote:
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Alaska's not on the continent? The last time I checked, it was firmly 
attached to North America -- most of it anyway -- and pretty far west.
John Blumel

30) From: Michael Wascher
IIRC Parts of the Aleutians even further west than Hawaii!
On Tue, 2 Nov 2004 08:10:51 -0500, John Blumel  wrote:
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31) From: John Blumel
On Nov 2, 2004, at 9:07am, Michael Wascher wrote:
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I believe that is true, although, the Aleutians are arguably not part 
of the 'continent'.
John Blumel

32) From: Tom Ulmer
You should all be familar with the Gin-Geodesical-Truly-West-of-Center
coordinate system. I am truly suprised and dismayed that you fellows would
reference our coordinate system. Surely you are aware spatial orientation is
indeed gender based...

33) From: Wandering John
Gin
Are you confusing west with left?
On Mon, 1 Nov 2004 18:14:22 -0800 (GMT-08:00), gin
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34) From: Ben Treichel
Wandering John wrote:
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isn't gin = left = confused a true statement? :-\
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35) From: John Blumel
On Nov 2, 2004, at 12:11pm, Ben Treichel wrote:
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No it is not and I suggest you take your liberal bashing elsewhere.
John Blumel

36) From: Rick.Farris
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Not only is Alaska the furthest west point in the United States, it's also
the furthest east!
-- Rick
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RE: +Tomorrow and tomorrow----------

Not only is Alaska the furthest west point in the = United States, it's also the furthest east!

-- Rick

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37) From: Ben Treichel
John Blumel wrote:
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John,
I was talking to Gin, not you. Why don't you take your censorship some 
place else.
Got a book or two you want to burn??

38) From: John Blumel
On Nov 2, 2004, at 1:27pm, Ben Treichel wrote:
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If you talk on this list, you talk to everyone on this list. If you 
wish to have a private conversation, this is not the place for it so 
don't try to censor me.
If you wish to hijack the list to express your wing trash talk, don't 
expect silence from me on the matter. The last I checked, it was the 
radical right that was in charge of banning and burning books and 
otherwise suppressing free speech.
John Blumel

39) From: Edward Spiegel
At 2:08 PM -0500 11/02/04, John Blumel wrote:
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I agree.
--Edward

40) From: Wandering John
John,
   Breath deep!   Exhale slowly!   (repeat 3 times)
   Its a list.  Look out your window - bright Texas sun!   
   Think about all the bad things that could happen - your roaster
breaks and you run out of roast!  Now there's something worthy of your
energy - a backup roasting plan maybe?
  As for my original "left coast comment"  I sent Ginny an off list
making sure she wasn't injured.  It was no more serious than my Wussy
Centrals remarks.
   I'm going to turn off my computer, my TV and turn on my stereo and
turn it up.  I'm going to spend the next 20 minutes trying to
determine what the order of my Roasting Fool Wednesday beans will be. 
  Maybe I should enclude beans from east of me and not concentrate so
much on the ones west of me :o)
john - click - click - and click!
On Tue, 2 Nov 2004 14:08:33 -0500, John Blumel  wrote:
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41) From: Wandering John
include   - I've got to learn to hit that Check spelling link before I
hit the send!
Now where was I - - 
click - click - click - twist - push.
On Tue, 2 Nov 2004 13:20:53 -0600, Wandering John
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42) From: miKe mcKoffee

43) From: Ben Treichel
John Blumel wrote:
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No I have to give you credit, your cronies have admirably legislated 
free speech to only what you want to hear; while at the same time 
redefing truth to whatever serves your purpose.

44) From: Brett Mason
Does Free Speech include Free Typing ala CBS / Rather and the
Microsoft Word Produced National Guard documents?   I don't believe
that was the radical right....
I don't see no list hijackers round here either....
I don't believe Gin = Left - cause she's still here!
Somewhere out West, where the Aleuts are still attached to the planet...
Brett Mason
 HomeRoast
      __]_
   _(( )_  Please don't spill the coffee!

45) From: Ben Treichel
Wandering John wrote:
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yeah i know :-[
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-- 
Ben Treichel
Program Manager
S.E Michigan
SwRI
248-232-7365 (o)
248-935-6845 (m)

46) From: John Blumel
On Nov 2, 2004, at 2:26pm, Ben Treichel wrote:
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Oh, please. I see you've decided to follow the "accuse your opponents 
of your own sins" line of hypocrisy.
John Blumel

47) From: John Blumel
On Nov 2, 2004, at 2:28pm, Brett Mason wrote:
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Nonsense. To accuse CBS of actually creating these documents themselves 
is beyond ludicrous.
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Well, all I'll say is that some have suggested otherwise. It's 
interesting to note that the content of the CBS report on Bush failing 
to fulfill his national guard obligations was not disputed. Only the 
actual physical copies of the documents were called into question.
John Blumel

48) From: Ben Treichel
Brett Mason wrote:
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You do have a point. :-D
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-- 
Ben Treichel
Program Manager
S.E Michigan
SwRI
248-232-7365 (o)
248-935-6845 (m)

49) From: Tom Ulmer
I'm thinking libel has no particular affiliation and it prostitutes the
process of free speech...
Regards from someone who'd like to see change - on many fronts.

50) From: Gene Smith
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Yesirree, John's cronies - an mine, too!...don't forget my cronies - have so
legislated free speech and redefinged truth that we control...well, let's
see...what do we control?  Not the presidency and the executive branch,
certainly.  Not the Senate or the House.  Not the Judiciary or the Supreme
Court.  The Armed Forces?...no...no...  Wait!  We control a huge political
and social group through religio...no, that's not us, either.
You know, it's unclear to me just exactly how us liberals have undermined
western civilization and destroyed freedom.  I *know* we've done it, because
the right keeps crediting us...I'm just darned if I know how we accomplished
it!
Oh, yeah...I remember!  It's through control of the Liberal Media!  Whew!
What a relief.  I knew that was going to bother me all day if I couldn't
remember.
Gene Smith
who will be calling up Fox, Sinclair & Clear Channel later to tell them what
the 'truth' is today
PS...It'll all be over in few hours folks, and we can get back to 
rationalizing what we already know to be true.

51) From: Ben Treichel
Gene Smith wrote:
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Thats good because its almost as tough to stop breathing as it is to 
stop rationalizing!

52) From: Gene Smith
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Too true, Ben...too true.
Gene Smith
riding the wild learning curve, in Houston

53) From: Angelo
I wasn't gonna get into this, but it's too juicy to pass up.
I consider myself very liberal, especially re; free speech - Lenny Bruce 
is/was my hero. I abhor ALL attempts to stifle it, be they from the right 
or left. I don't think either side is free from this foul practice....
As long as it's just speech hurled my way, I can take it, and give it. I 
really have no patience with people who feel the need to "protect" others 
from the "evilsayers" in the name of political correctness or "patriotism". 
I consider myself to be always correct and always patriotic.
When I taught Jr HS, the kids had an expression they used when someone 
expressed displeasure with what they said.
  "Deal with it...", they would say.  My sentiments, exactly.
BTW, the above rant was brought to you by a delightful Malabar Gold 
Americano. I don't know whether it's the new crotchless PF or my new surf 
method, but I've been really enjoying just about every pull for the last 
couple of weeks..
A new coffee shop opened nearby and they seem to be wanting to do it right. 
They roast their own, the prices are reasonable, considering the location 
and the prices at $B, and he knows about Coffeegeek. The barista claims he 
can make 5 different types of latte art.
He is suspicious about the chopped PF, so I will bring in mine to see if 
there is a difference, or if it's all in the head, as he claims...
Ciao,
Angelo
Lontano de culo mio, fata che se voule.... (sort of)
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54) From: Oaklandguy
Gene,
Redefinged truth?  Is that a Bushism?  A subtle way of saying you're a
closet Repooblicant?  :)
Brent
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have so legislated free
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we control?  Not the

55) From: Gene Smith
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No, no...it was just Ben's typo and I was being smarty-rude.  If it were 
really drawn from (or aimed at) a political source, it would have had to be 
'redefanged' truth.  I'm a Born-Again Yellow Dog Democrat. (that's 
born-again as a Democrat - Jesus & I have a separate arrangement)
Gene Smith
who's going to go peek at CNN to see just how restless the natives are...

56) From: Ben Treichel
gin wrote:
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with you and that huge martini? don't really like gin (the drink not the 
person) ;-)

57) From: Oakland Guy
Per Gene's suggestion, I did check out cnn.com.  They
have an option where you can track 20 races of your
choice (national down to state-wide ballot measures). 
Have to create an account, but that's what throw-away
email addys are for.
 
BBC.com has good info.  Nothing to report yet, but
it's concise without all the flash and dash of CNN. 
Plus according to the BBC (does this settle an
argument on who's farther left?):  "The last votes of
the night will be cast in Alaska, where polling
stations will close at 0600 GMT on Wednesday."
 
Now, back to the pasta putanesca and a cup of 50/50
Harrar Horse/Guat. Huila decaf.
Brent
Gene Smith  wrote:
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saying you're a
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No, no...it was just Ben's typo and I was being
smarty-rude. If it were 
really drawn from (or aimed at) a political source, it
would have had to be 
'redefanged' truth. I'm a Born-Again Yellow Dog
Democrat. (that's 
born-again as a Democrat - Jesus & I have a separate
arrangement)
Gene Smith
who's going to go peek at CNN to see just how restless
the natives are...


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