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Topic: Saved by Juan Francisco (4 msgs / 81 lines)
1) From: Brett Mason
Last night was a great Christmas Party at a friend's house.  Of
course, I brought a gift of coffee - not for the party, but for the
host...
- fast forward -
Sunday morning, time to get up and get rolling - and - OMG no
coffee...  Dire circimstances, but these challenges must be met...
So normally I pray to Jesus.  But I went to the sacred room, the one
where my coffee beans are stored, and there I found my salvation.
Usually it's Jesus, but today I turned to Juan Francisco, and Mr
Poppery.  These two acted quickly, and in less than 9 minutes, Mr
Clarity was heating the water and dispersing amoung the common
grounds...
Some have asked what to do in a coffee emergency, and I must say that
Juan is a friend in time of need...
Cheers,
Bretthttp://homeroast.freeservers.com

2) From: Lynne
Thank you, Brett, for a laugh this morning. Glad Juan came to the 
rescue!
Lynne
On Dec 10, 2006, at 8:46 AM, Brett Mason wrote:
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3) From: Aaron
Ill send you a bag of charbucks extra dark blend you can keep in a back 
corner for such emergencies brett.   That, and twinkies are guaranteed 
to survive a nuclear war, because even cockroaches (the other predicted 
survivors) are smart nuff not to eat / drink those items!
Perhaps you can get one of those folgers stay fresh plastic cans and 
bury it in your yard and make kind of like a time capsule out of it.    
I can see the commercials now.
Here we are   it's thursday june 24th,  year 2116 and we have unearthed 
a container of hazardous material that some careless ancestral fool 
buried in their back yard, and you know what.... we can't tell the 
difference between this coffee and one we bought last week!!!
Aaron

4) From: Sheila Quinn
LOL - can you imagine THAT Folgers commercial?
He tastes the coffee, they put the cover back on the "stay fresh" 
canister and bury it in the time capsule for twenty years. Text shows 
"Twenty years later" and he is sampling the coffee as an older man. 
"Hey, it still tastes the same!"
... and I have no reason to doubt that either. :)
Sheila
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