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Topic: No new grinder for me:,( (5 msgs / 75 lines)
1) From: Woody DeCasere
I tried to convince my wife we needed a new grinder that would run the gamo=
of different grinds which would suit all of our methods, she looked at the
prices and nearly fainted,
oh well i'll just have to keep using the Zass for espresso (which i dont
mind all that much unless i wanted to make a shot in the morning, which is
near impossible since i wake up too late to do that and get to work on
time)  and my bodum for everything else, oh well maybe christmas.
"Good night, and Good Coffee"

2) From: Aaron
or woody, when it comes time your wife wants something..  if it's close 
in price you can just keep dropping hints.   New shoes.. nice, wow, 
those are almost as expensive as a coffee grinder.... New ring... wow, 
the grinder was only half that etc etc....    eventually she just might 
let you get it to shut you up :)

3) From: Woody DeCasere
It's a good plan, but she is one of the most unselfish people i know, she
doesnt just go out and buy things for herself, i usually end up buying
On 4/7/06, Aaron  wrote:
"Good night, and Good Coffee"

4) From: Geary Lyons
Knowledgeable advice!! My household has been wife and three daughters!!  Not
particularly healthy male dynamics. My tried and true method has become "It
is better to beg for forgiveness than suffer through the permission
process!" Woody, et al, YMMV!!
Cheers, (enjoying his'n hers grinders!)
Aaron wrote:

5) From: J.W.Bullfrog
Woody DeCasere wrote:
Hey, sometimes you just got to work & wait.  I saved all of my Christmas 
$$, scrounged a few more $'s other places, and organized a 20 grinder 
buy to get the price down to where I could buy it. This must have been 3 
or 4 years ago.
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