I agree that Colombia Excelsio 13556 is great, but my current roast is = Moka Kadir, and that is smooth, rich - mmm - need more! Speaking of Colombia, did a bit of research for a paper last semester, = and I discovered Cesar Lopez. He is Colombian, is a classical musician, = and has gained some attention because of this:http://tinyurl.com/s867yHe makes guitars out of guns! Remarkable. It would seem as though he is = trying to turn the history of violence in his country inside out - a peacemaker, in his own way. (You can also listen - or download LEGALLY = - three of his songs, from this article. Beautiful, peaceful music. His = website http://www.cesarlopez.org)is in Spanish, but really interesting even for those of us who don't speak Spanish.) Lynne On Nov 2, 2006, at 4:34 PM, Brett Mason wrote: <Snip> but <Snip>
On 11/2/06, Lynne wrote: <Snip> It looks like the firearm could still be funtcional. That could be a great axe for playing in Bubba-bars and such. (i!) Safe Journeys and Sweet Music Justin Marquez (CYPRESS, TX)
Seeing Cypress, TX and bubba-bars took me on a quick stroll down Memory Lane. I recall being 17 and working up some pretty good wild-ons in Tin Hall. Come to think of it, the times I had made the country music almost bearable...
On 11/3/06, Tom Ulmer wrote: <Snip> Enough Lone Star beer and even I can probably bear country music. Check this out...http://www.tinhall.com/index.htmlSafe Journeys and Sweet Music Justin Marquez (CYPRESS, TX)
Well, I have you guys beat. Remember the Armadillo World Headquarters in Austin? ;<) Coffee content: Harvey just dropped off 12 lbs, and I'm off to the front porch to roast some of the "cheap" Colombian Excelso 13356 . Tom in GA <-- old fart
And two 6 packs
No one I know actually remembers... too vividly anyway. I seem to recall wonder-lusting about Patti Smith and I'm pretty sure it was there.
Know what you get when you play "New Age" music backwards....? "New Age" music! Safe Journeys and Sweet Music Justin Marquez (CYPRESS, TX) On 11/3/06, Aaron wrote: <Snip> --