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Topic: My latest order (35 msgs / 652 lines)
1) From: ginny
Mike:
it is good to see your name and have you here; we miss you.
ginny7

2) From: ginny
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a cheap Austin Healy 100 four-banger<<<
way, way cool Gene.
I would race you in my 1957 TR3, all they way down Pico Blvd. Won tons-o-times.
ginny

3) From: ginny
no TR had two, I think the midget had three.
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-- Rick
 
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2/17/2005 8:57:38 AM
Cloudy in San Diego, CA
63�F (17�C) - 52% RH 
Wind From E at 3 mph (08:54:50)
ICBM: N 32� 43' 05" W 117� 10' 02"
Now Playing: Kiss - Rock & Roll All Night - Dazed and Confused - 1993

4) From: ginny
sure he can, he has god on his side.
ginny

5) From: AlChemist John
I know a there are a lot of large stashes here, and sometimes ordering is 
done a little on the sly to "hide" that fact, so I just had to brag about 
my partner.
I put an order in yesterday and with the fire replacement grinder I 
ordered, the total was about $150.
I told Penny I put and order in and that I had just kept adding coffees to 
my cart as there were so many good ones.  She asked just how much I 
ordered.  I said "about 80 without the grinder".  She gave me a slightly 
quizzical look and I clarified about $80 worth, not 80 pounds.  She said, 
"oh, THAT's not a lot.  I would have be a LITTLE worried if it was 80 
lb".  Mind you, a little worried, not a lot.  I love this woman!  And here 
it was only 13 lbs.
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John Nanci 
AlChemist at large
Zen Roasting , Blending & Espresso pulling by Gestalthttp://www.dreamsandbones.net/blog/http://www.chocolatealchemy.com/

6) From: Les
For those who have not met Penny, it is your loss.  Alchemist has a
wonderful partner and Logan their daughter is a real sweetie!  Poor 
Alchemist he can have 100's of pounds of Cocoa beans around but he
keeps a coffee stash of less than 20 pounds.  I just ordered on stash
reduction and bought about 25 pounds.  Kona Mike should get a
commission on his pushing the new Kona!  I just couldn't resist. 
Brown should be here today.
Les
On Thu, 10 Feb 2005 06:33:50 -0800, AlChemist John  wrote:
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7) From: AlChemist John
Sometime around 08:05 2/10/2005, Les typed:
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100?  I just put an order for 600 in.  I hope to never have just 100 again. :-)
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John Nanci 
AlChemist at large
Zen Roasting , Blending & Espresso pulling by Gestalthttp://www.dreamsandbones.net/blog/http://www.chocolatealchemy.com/

8) From: Jared Andersson
I like to try to run out just before I get the new stuff.  I gambled a
bit this time having ordered just yesterday and having only about a
pound of harar left.  Don't let me down Harvey.  Jared
On Fri, 11 Feb 2005 05:45:14 -0800, AlChemist John  wrote:
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9) From: miKe mcKoffee

10) From: Les
Good to hear from you Mike.  Do you find that the Moki has good
chocolate undertone flavors?  I still like the 03  and 04 Woods Estate
the best so far.  I have enough 04 Woods for one more roast!
Les
On Wed, 16 Feb 2005 09:42:30 -0800, miKe mcKoffee  wrote:
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11) From: Phil Dahlquist
Jared,
Let me know if Harvey lets you down.  I could turn on my siren and
make an emergency delivery from across time.
Phil
On Tue, 15 Feb 2005 09:59:52 -0600, Jared Andersson
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12) From: Phil Dahlquist
On Wed, 16 Feb 2005 13:44:23 -0600, Phil Dahlquist
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Ok, I'll admit that I can't really deliver from "across time", but I
could deliver from across town.  That last time travel Outer Limits
episode must still be floating around in my head.
Phil

13) From: John Blumel
On Feb 16, 2005, at 3:45pm, Phil Dahlquist wrote:
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That's too bad. Sirens or not, I could have really gone for some of 
that Dominican Republic coffee SM's had a few years ago, before the 
quality declined.
John Blumel

14) From: Jared Andersson
Thanks Phil it is nice to know you got my back in an emergency.   Same
goes for you and my stash (if you can really call 12 or less pounds at
a time a stash).      Jared
On Wed, 16 Feb 2005 14:45:51 -0600, Phil Dahlquist
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15) From: Justin Marquez
Whew!  I was beginning to think you'd been hangin' out with the bean babe!
Safe Journeys and Sweet Music
Justin Marquez (Snyder, TX)http://www.justinandlinda.comOn Wed, 16 Feb 2005 14:45:51 -0600, Phil Dahlquist
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16) From: Phil Dahlquist
No problem Jared, and thanks as well.  The nice thing about having a
small stash is knowing that your next order can't be too far off.
Phil
On Wed, 16 Feb 2005 15:18:29 -0600, Jared Andersson
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17) From: Phil Dahlquist
On Wed, 16 Feb 2005 15:49:31 -0500, John Blumel
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Sorry to let you down John, but you do have a noble reason for someone
to invent a time machine.
Phil
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18) From: Phil Dahlquist
Don't I wish.
On Wed, 16 Feb 2005 15:26:02 -0600, Justin Marquez  wrote:
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19) From: Justin Marquez
On Wed, 16 Feb 2005 15:36:34 -0600, Phil Dahlquist
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Didn't you know? It was them danged so's-and-so's from the 23rd
century came back and bought it all up!
Safe Journeys and Sweet Music
Justin Marquez (Snyder, TX)http://www.justinandlinda.com

20) From: miKe mcKoffee

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22) From: Gene Smith
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Damn!  I was getting ready to ask you to go back to about 1964 and find me 
a cheap Austin Healy 100 four-banger.
Gene Smith
ready to fold his windshield down again, in Houston

23) From: Gene Smith
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Triumphs are maybe the only bulletproof British sportscar from that era.  I 
knew a guy who had a used car lot here in Houston and he *loved* Triumphs. 
Why?  Because they never came back.
Personally, I love TR2 and the very early TR3s that had the recessed 
grille.  Those were the lovely days when a girl in a sportscar was a rarity 
and a turnon...which is to say, before they all started talking on 
cellphones and we 'seasoned' gentlemen achieved invisibility.
Gene Smith
who really, REALLY wants a Healy 100M le Mans, in Houston

24) From: petzul
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Oh my, I remember TR-3. Had to be careful letting your arm hang out... 
scrape fingernails on pavement!
Those were the days ...
PeterZ
Wishing for a real car again, here in LHC
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25) From: Les
Phil,
The nice thing about having a big stash, is a few more pounds of beans
won't matter much.
Les
On Wed, 16 Feb 2005 15:31:36 -0600, Phil Dahlquist
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26) From: Rick.Farris
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this format, some or all of this message may not be legible.
Was the TR-3 the one with the three mini-windshield wipers?
 
-- Rick
 
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2/17/2005 8:57:38 AM
Cloudy in San Diego, CA
63F (17C) - 52% RH 
Wind From E at 3 mph (08:54:50)
ICBM: N 32 43' 05" W 117 10' 02"
Now Playing: Kiss - Rock & Roll All Night - Dazed and Confused - 1993

27) From: Tom Ulmer
Wasn't that the MG Midget?

28) From: Phil Dahlquist
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I like your reasoning Les, but can you pitch that to my wife?
Phil

29) From: Gene Smith
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You know those big chutes that should *not* be used to store roasted 
coffee?  I've seen some antique ones that are rectangular - about the 
cross-section of a business envelope lying flat.  It occurs to me that one 
could build something along those lines that would just fit between the 
studs in your garage.  Finished off in some nice panelling, it should be 
possibly to sell the spouse on 'improving the garage' and install almost 
unlimited storage at the same time.
Naturally, should one of you choose to pursue this mad path, I will 
strongly deny any connection with it to any and all spousal units.
Gene Smith
riding the wild learning curve, in Houston

30) From: Les
Get your wife hooked on a certain coffee, my wife loves Kona.  Order
small amounts of her favorite.  When it is about gone, tell her and
when you reorder add your new coffees to the list so you can try them!
Les
On Thu, 17 Feb 2005 13:59:01 -0600, Phil Dahlquist
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31) From: Brett Mason
"But I ordered it all for, Honey...
On Thu, 17 Feb 2005 13:37:26 -0800, Les  wrote:
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-- 
Regards,
Brett Mason
 HomeRoast
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   _(( )_  Please don't spill the coffee!

32) From: Gene Smith
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Dr. Crema?  Dr. Devious I calls 'im.
Gene Smith
riding the wild learning curve, in Houston

33) From: Phil Dahlquist
On Thu, 17 Feb 2005 14:09:11 -0600, Gene Smith  wrote:
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Yes, and yet another need for a table saw.  I like it Gene.  But wait!
 That's also the  espresso machine fund.  Rats!
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34) From: Phil Dahlquist
On Thu, 17 Feb 2005 13:37:26 -0800, Les  wrote:
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 > Les
A great idea Les, but unfortunately my wife doesn't drink coffee.  Now
if Sweet Maria's would just start selling stamping and scrap booking
supplies, I'd be in business.
Phil

35) From: Jared Andersson
It is pretty hard to find "acid free" coffee.  Jared (scrap book widow)
On Thu, 17 Feb 2005 18:42:33 -0600, Phil Dahlquist
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