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1) From: gin
I have been posting and they are not showing up.
g

2) From: Wandering John
Sorry for using bandwidth to test but I've set my Google mail up for POP 
mail.  Since then I've only received one post.  I am just wondering if 
the list is down or Google isn't setup correctly.
John - loving life in the slow lane

3) From: AlChemist John
I'm here.  I was wondering the same thing.  I guess everyone is sleeping 
off the feast or the list was down overnight.
Sometime around 07:04 11/26/2004, Wandering John typed:
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4) From: Brent - SC/TO Roasting
I just woke up from overdoing it yesterday.  Am enjoying a great cup of =
75%
COE - Fincas Las Marias/25% Guat Huila Decaf before walking the dog =
(groan).
Had my first presspot coffee yesterday, too.  It was 100% decaf, and it =
was
great.  It's amazing how the different brewing methods affect coffee.
I hope everyone had a great Thanksgiving and, for the shoppers out =
there,
survives the FAT shopping rush.
Brent
Roasting in an SC/TO
For drip and moka brew

5) From: Bob Baker
Hi John,
Seems to be fine, not many posts.
Hope you had a great thanksgiving!
Bob/Dallas
On Fri, 26 Nov 2004 07:10:42 -0800, AlChemist John   
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6) From: George Holt
Everyones sleeping in today.
On Fri, 26 Nov 2004 07:17:26 -0800, Brent - SC/TO Roasting
 wrote:
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Living Large In Waxhaw, NC.
George Holt

7) From: AlChemist John
Ah, so it is your fault - you broke it :-)
Morning all
Sometime around 07:23 11/26/2004, gin typed:
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8) From: Wandering John
Bob Baker wrote:
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I guess everyone is moving as slowly as we are.  There are dishes and 
cups piled in the sink from last night.  I don't think I'll be 
interested in breakfast or lunch today!

9) From: Wandering John
gin wrote:
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Well this one made it. Did you have a good Thanksgiving day? I didn't 
think a vegetarian could OD as badly as I did. LOTS of yummy foods and 
my will power just folded. Not going to eat today and maybe tomorrow :O)

10) From: Les
Some of us had to go to work today!  I had to be to work at 6:00 am! 
Ate too much yesterday.  I pulled a lot of shots yesterday. 
Ristettos, Americanos, and Cappos.  I am enjoying a thermos cup of
Columbian on my break.  I will need to roast again tonight.  I hope
everyone had a great Thanksgiving.
Les
On Fri, 26 Nov 2004 09:33:56 -0600, Wandering John
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11) From: Gary Townsend
Les  wrote:
Some of us had to go to work today!  I had to be to work at 6:00 am!
Ate too much yesterday.  I pulled a lot of shots yesterday.
Ristettos, Americanos, and Cappos.  I am enjoying a thermos cup of
Columbian on my break.  I will need to roast again tonight.  I hope
everyone had a great Thanksgiving.
I had a nice little nap, from 6pm-8pm (the cowboys/bears game...did me
in.) And roasted up a couple of pounds for work/home in the GGSC. I am
thankfull just to be with my family, my daughter spent a couple of
nights, it was nice to have all 4 of us just hanging out. I'm working
Sat/Sun myself, Les. I enjoyed making cappos with CoE#12 for the
family...great stuff, again, from Tom...getting 5 more #'s in a couple
of weeks, when I get my Miss Silvia.
Gift Certificates...from Sweet Maria's...that's what I tell my family
when ever they ask what I want :-)
It's either that, or more stuff I don't really need!
Staying home & fixing stuff today.

12) From: Les
Gary,
I am working Saturday and Sunday too!  For some reason Hospitals are
open 24/7!  I have some CoE#12 resting for tomarrow.  I am going to
roast the last of the Panama CoE#1 tonight for Sunday morning shots.
Les
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13) From: Mark Tosiello
I know what you mean Les!  We were both on today at the hospital I see. 
  Had my parents over for Thanksgiving, made LOTS of yummy dishes 
(cooked all day, started the Turkey brining at 12MN as tradition holds, 
and pulled shot after shot on the Tea...ristrettos, cappos and 
Americanos disappeared as we ate, all fueled by the power of the newest 
addition to my collection, the PurpleHeart/Amboyna miracle!
Hope you all had a safe and happy Thanksgiving....and let me say again 
how happy and proud I am to be counted among the members of this 
list...it's a very special community as lists go...let's not forget how 
special our members are.
Mark

14) From: Pecan Jim Gundlach
On Nov 26, 2004, at 12:38 PM, Les wrote:
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The daughter and son-in-law that we visited this Thanksgiving are both 
health workers and both had to work Thanksgiving.  We had a 
mini-thanksgiving on Thursday and they had people over on Saturday when 
they were off work to have a full blown Thanksgiving.  Both with coffee 
only fit to be consumed while walking the dog.
      Jim Gundlach

15) From: Les
Pecan Jim,
I have the same problem when visiting family in Portland.  They don't
know what good coffee is.  I keep my travel kit in a duffle bag.  It
can be grabbed at a moments notice.  Zass, Press Port, Cordless
heating pot.  I just toss in the home roast and go!
Les
On Mon, 29 Nov 2004 22:02:49 -0600, Pecan Jim Gundlach
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16) From: Jared Andersson
Not only do I now bring my press pot kit when I travel I also have a
popper roasting set up at my mothers home in Fargo ND and at the
inlaws vacation spot on Sanibel Island Florida.  I know don't have to
worry about running out of fresh coffee on extended stays.  How
quickly this hobbie has made its way into my life.  I love it.  Jared
On Tue, 30 Nov 2004 08:52:53 -0800, Les  wrote:
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17) From: Pecan Jim Gundlach
Les,
     I have to get something better assembled before the Christmas trip 
to Texas and South Dakota.  The son-in-law tried so hard to make 
coffee, I just couldn't bring myself to seem to criticize his efforts.
               Jim
On Nov 30, 2004, at 10:52 AM, Les wrote:
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18) From: John Blumel
On Nov 30, 2004, at 1:46pm, Pecan Jim Gundlach wrote:
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Yeah, you don't want to have to walk the dog in SD at the end of 
December.
John Blumel

19) From: Steven Van Dyke
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Hmmm...
Since I *know* you've got a handle on wok roasting normally I'd suggest a
small camping type setup - nice little camp stove and cookware set you could
use to roast small batches.
But I'm from South Dakota and since I suspect that you'd be sent outside to
roast with such a setup, well....  perhaps it's not the best idea.
Cafe Rosto is pretty easy to pack - only about the size of a 2-liter bottle.
I get good roasts with mine even without something like Mike's FrankenRosto
controller, just watching the amount of beans and (often) picking it up and
rocking it gently side to side to get enough agitation.  Still have the
smoke to deal with, but you should be able to get by roasting in the garage
and doing a 'vent' after you're done.  A popper would probably be around the
same size but since I don't use one I'm not certain about how well one would
travel without a hard case.
You could fit a Rosto, brewing equipment, a few pounds of greens, a bit of
fresh-roasted, and various storage / measuring odds & ends in a fairly small
bag - probably one of those duffels they often give away at various events.
Enjoy!
Steve :->

20) From: Jean
Maybe you could gift him with a Swiss gold filter?  He won't have to =
worry about running out of filters again, and you will get reasonable =
pour-over.  (The poor dog loses in this solution, however.  ;~D)
 
Jean  :~)

21) From: Mark Jones
Good morning: 
I'm just testing to see if I receive an email via the list; I havent seen anything come through this morning, which has me curious. 
Thanks, 
Mark
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22) From: Edward Rasmussen
This message is the first I've received since Tuesday.  Judging from the archives, I think the list has been down.
Ed

23) From: Dave Huddle
You passed the test.    Your's is the first I've seen on the list
since Tuesday 01/26
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24) From: Bob Hazen
It arrived here.  List has been quiet, though.
Bob
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25) From: g paris
Mark:
Just saw this at the top of the list, you are coming through fine here in
Northern AZ; the entire state was out of internet yesterday (wed) for hours
and hours...
g
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26) From: Mark Jones
Wow, that's not fun.

27) From: Derek Bradford
The entire state?  That sounds like there was a catastrophic failure
somewhere...what happened?
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28) From: Andrew Fresh
On Thu, Jan 28, 2010 at 04:27:29PM -0400, Derek Bradford wrote:
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My Internet[1] was fine here in Lake Havasu. I heard rumor that Frontier
had a case of arson tho.
[1] I call it mine, but really I just work here[2]
[2]http://www.redrivernet.coml8rZ,
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29) From: Ryan M. Ward
WOW!!! I can see it now: riots, mad hysteria, and army of gamers marching up the capital mall... Must have been rough...
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