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Topic: Using tiny roasters when you get a big roaster>Re: +ok, I quit (5 msgs / 80 lines)
1) From: kofi
Here:http://briefcase.yahoo.com/jim_schulmanthere's a folder called 'fresh roast split wiring' that may be what you wan=
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On 6/11/05, Oaxaca Charlie  wrote:
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2) From: Wandering Curmudgeon
Connelley,
I could just hear Bill Halley and his Comets doing "roast, roast, roast 
around the clock" as I read this.
All wives are the CEO and any guy that believes he is the CEO has been the=
 
victim of a campaign by his wife :O) [for confirmation contact WJ Clinton]
Just curious, what's your best moving coffee?
John - loving life in the slow lane
On 6/13/05, Connelley Barton  wrote:
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3) From: Connelley Barton
Sumatra Mandheling
Ethiopia Harar
Malawi Mzuzu
(in that order)
I owe Tom and Maria a bunch for the awakening that SM gave me to 
excellent coffees and to roasting.  They are unique in providing the 
homeroaster with outstanding selections of beans and equipment.
Connelley
(in Rural Nebraska)
On Jun 13, 2005, at 8:34 AM, Wandering Curmudgeon wrote:
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CEO has 
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4) From: Wandering Curmudgeon
Great mix!  I think people are a little aware of Sumatra - but not
Mandheling. You are clearly selling to a sophisticated drinker  and in
Rural Nebraska :O)   I'm no longer considering selling any coffee, but
habit makes me wonder what people buy.
John - loving life in the slow lane
On 6/13/05, Connelley Barton  wrote:
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5) From: Michael Dhabolt
Jim
let me know what the going price for a full hydraulic front end loader
for a MF 135 is after your tour.
Mike (just plain)
On 6/13/05, Pecan Jim Gundlach  wrote:
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