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Topic: Pencil sharpener grinder discussion (6 msgs / 127 lines)
1) From: jim gundlach
A while back there was what I took as a stream of consciousness leak  
into a posting on an  office roaster that used a pencil sharpener as  
the coffee grinder.  Well, eBay seems to have an obvious answer at  
eBay item number 120003320809.
    Pecan Jim Gundlach

2) From: Don Cummings
Ok,
At first I thought it was a mistake of a description. Then I read the part
about the sharpener being on the back?
Again.  ???
Where do the pencil shavings go?  Into the bin? Could the sharpener on the
back be for some coffee additive? Chicory or cinnamon maybe.
That is one funny combo!
On 7/3/06, jim gundlach  wrote:
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3) From: Tom Bellhouse
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Donfirms the belief that coffee will put lead in your pencil.
Tom in GA

4) From: Walter R. Basil
Not much of a description eh? My understanding of it is that it's an  
old grinder, that has a sharpener attached to the back. Could be any  
type of sharpener. A little half inch by inch that you can carry in  
your pocket somehow attached (glued) to the bottom or back. Could be  
something more extravagant actually mounted inside the grinder. Nice  
find Jim!
-Walt
On Mon, 3 Jul 2006 20:11:47, jim gundlach  wrote:
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5) From: raymanowen
The seller of It # 120003320809 seems to be a pencil sharpener collector. It
only has the appearance of a miniature coffee grinder. His other auction
offerings are similar.
He's "back to sippin on his Bolivia Organic Peaberry De Montana. Very nice
coffee" [It goes without saying- from SM]
Cheers -RayO, aka Opa!
Egad- it sounds like $50 worth of First Crack. $$, no coffee- Boo!
On 7/4/06, Walter R. Basil  wrote:
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6) From: Zara Haimo
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A couple of years ago when I took my kids to see a lot of the national =
parks across the west, we stopped in at a small fort in eastern =
Colorado, Fort Garland, where Kit Carson lived for a while.  The gift =
shop there had an excellent assortment of small, cast metal pencil =
sharpeners in a variety of shapes including an old coffee grinder.  They =
were very inexpensive - $2 if I remember correctly.  I only bought a =
couple while we were there and regretted not getting more, so I called =
them after we got home and was able to order a few more for gifts.  The =
number for the Fort is 719/379-3512 - perhaps they still sell the =
sharpeners.


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