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Topic: too much coffee (6 msgs / 90 lines)
1) From: susan oppenheim
You know you drink too much coffee when:
You answer the door before people knock.
You just completed another sweater and you don't know how to knit.
You grind your coffee beans in your mouth.
You sleep with your eyes open.
You have to watch videos in fast-forward.
You lick your coffeepot clean.
You're the employee of the moth at the the local coffeehouse and you
don't even work there.
You can type sixty words per minute with your feet.
You've worn out the handle on your favorite mug.
You walk twenty miles on your treadmill before you realize it's not
plugged in.
You've worn the finish off your coffee table.
Instant coffee takes too long.
Your name your cats "Cream" and "Sugar"
Your thermos is on wheels.

2) From: Chuck the Coffee-Geek
My cats names are Kopi and Zuzu.  I don't like being obvious.  Although 
most people on this list might guess the coffees they are named after...
-Chuck
"Here coffee, coffee kitty..."
susan oppenheim wrote:
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3) From: mIke mcKoffee
Kopi's of course easy but you got me on Zuzu. Only "Z" coffees I can think
of are Zambia & Zimbabwe. Is the cat a mixed breed and hence a blend with
say Uganda and/or Sulawesi?
miKe
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4) From: Andy Thomas
The treadmill one made me spew. Yirgacheffe.
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5) From: Michael Vanecek
Either that or ZuZu is the sound your head makes when you've drank one 
pot of coffee too many in one sitting... :)
Grin,
Mike
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mIke mcKoffee wrote:
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6) From: Jeffrey Bair
I'm going with Malawi Mzuzu - not one of Tom's current offerings, and
apparently one of the less common Africans due to limited production
amounts, but out there nonetheless . . .
On 11/12/05, Michael Vanecek  wrote:
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