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Topic: not for us !! (5 msgs / 87 lines)
1) From: Richard Weinberg
in todays paper i found this story (sorry if someone also sent this one) 
rich in indianapolis : big race #4coming up http://www.indystar.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=/20050831/BUSINESS/508310389/1003

2) From: Gary Townsend
 Richard Weinberg  wrote: 
*after reading the article the last line caught my eye :*
 {quote} Coffee is trading globally at about 94 cents for a 132-pound bag,=
after selling last year for as much as $1.40.{end quote}
 Now I read that as some very cheap coffee! ;-O

3) From: Michael Vanecek
Yeah, but I'm sure with rising fuel costs it'll creep back up to $1.40 
for a 132lb bag. :)
Gary Townsend wrote:

4) From:
Yeah, it's called, "McDreck" which sells for $1.30- 1.50 a cup! First time=
I've been in two years. They spend a lot on their S/S drip brewers. I'm sur=
they were shut down beause of the hour.
Egad! Those carafes were seasoned! Makes you wonder what other food prep 
equipment is thusly seasoned, and what microbial mutations live there~ ~ ~!
Ever notice when mechanical equipment is newly built or rebuilt, and no 
longer seasoned, how well it runs? Correlation? Big time.
In any interaction between humans and machinery, when the cleanliness of th=
equipment becomes mundane and problematic, the de facto standard becomes 
"seasoned," a euphemism for Filthy. Standards are adjusted accordingly.
In yesteryear, medical personnel, operating in a seasoned surgical arena,=
wearing seasoned garb, with seasoned hands and seasoned instruments faced a=
inexorable mortality rate in their clients. Who knew anything about the 
microbes and bacteria that found the seasoned environment a gourmet banquet=
*$ have their own seasoning factors which lend a certain wildness to their=
Cheers -RayO, aka Opa!
On 8/31/05, Michael Vanecek  wrote:
"When the theme hits the bass, I dance the Jig!" - -Virgil Fox at the 
Wichita WurliTzer

5) From:
must be 94 cents per pound!

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