Pardon my ignorance but could someone tell me what does SC/TO mean pj No virus found in this outgoing message. Checked by AVG Free Edition. Version: 7.1.407 / Virus Database: 268.13.0/465 - Release Date: 10/6/2006 --====== GMAIL-45279D522F48=======--
Stir Crazy popcorn maker with a Turbo oven. Seehttp://homeroast.pbwiki.com/SCTOfor a complete description. Steve On 10/7/06, PJ SEIBER wrote: <Snip>
--Apple-Mail-4--617345277 Content-Transfer-Encoding: 7bit Content-Type: text/plain; charset -ASCII; delsp=yes; format=flowed SC is the bottom portion of a Stir Crazy popcorn popper and TO is a Turbo Oven which is small convection oven which takes the place of the top of the SC. Pecan Jim On Oct 7, 2006, at 7:28 AM, PJ SEIBER wrote: <Snip> --Apple-Mail-4--617345277 Content-Transfer-Encoding: quoted-printable Content-Type: text/html; charset O-8859-1 SC is the bottom portion of a = Stir Crazy popcorn popper and TO is a Turbo Oven which is small = convection oven which takes the place of the top of the SC. = Pecan Jim On Oct 7, 2006, at 7:28 AM, PJ SEIBER = wrote:
On Oct 7, 2006, at 7:28 AM, PJ SEIBER wrote: <Snip> Sweet Coffee/Total Orgasm. It's a mantra you chant when your favorite variety has hit the "sweet spot" in roasting and rested the absolutely perfect amount of time. With any luck, one sip and you're taken up in the Rapture. Scot "if it's espresso, you hear Handel on the way up" Murphy
ROFLMAO!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! V/R, FC1(SW) Dennis W. True CS-5 DSPO CS Dept CC CS Dept TRANO Duty Sec 1 CS E6 S/L CS Dept Mentorship Coordinator DCTT Repair locker 1F "Life Liberty and the pursuit of all who threaten it..."
On Oct 7, 2006, at 9:38 PM, True, Dennis W. FC1 (CVN69) wrote: <Snip> By the way, True Dennis W., if I haven't mentioned it before, I'll tell you what I did Maj. Cary: Many, many thanks for your service to the nation. People like you make lives like mine possible, and we don't forget it. Scot "is saluting proper for a civvie?" Murphy
On 10/7/06, Scot Murphy wrote: <Snip> Nah, we work for you guys--not the other way around. :) -- Steven Hay hay.steve -AT- gmail.com Barry Paradox: Consider k to be the greatest element of the set of natural numbers whose description require maximum of 50 words: "(k+1) is a natural number which requires more than 50 words to describe it."