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Topic: Merry Christmas to all... (20 msgs / 592 lines)
1) From: Scot Murphy
It's about time for my appointed rounds. First stop, Washington, DC.  
Boy, I'm going to have to drag around another sleigh just for all the  
coal...
Scot "that was non-partisan venality" Murphy

2) From: scott miller
And certainly any in that town are deserving of some coal... or *$ beans.
Best wishes for a wonderful holiday.
cheers,
Scott
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3) From: Ed Needham
I think Santa is using UPS more frequently now that the internet has taken 
off.
Merry Christmas.
Ed

4) From: Justin Schwarz
Mele Kalikimaka to all
-Justin

5) From:
Scot:
A wonderful Christmas to you and your family.
warmest regards,
ginny
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6) From: Aaron
but scott, coal causes global warming.    I can see the headlines now... 
Santa to Blame for global warming.  yep.. that sounds about right for 
what comes out of washington these days.... Given energy prices though, 
coal is fairly costly, are you sure they are worth it?  I say give em a 
huge heaping of kopi luwak... but not to discriminate, make the 'blend'  
species non specific....
there that works just fine.
Merry christmas everyone.
Aaron

7) From: Eddie Dove
Merry Christmas to everyone!
Eddie
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8) From: Tom Ulmer
Strange news you get up there... Maybe you should change news services.

9) From: Barry Luterman
Justin are you in Hawaii?

10) From: Justin Schwarz
On Dec 25, 2006, at 8:33 AM, Barry Luterman wrote:
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My heart is in Kona this Christmas but we live in Salem, OR.  When I  
was younger our family spent christmas there every year, miss it so  
much.  I first learned how to roast at home from the folks at Bong  
Brothers, used to buy our yearly kona supply from them.  My parents  
will be there next month though, and hopefully they bring back some  
better kona than the generic pooled lot we got last year.  Any  
suggestions?
What is everyone sipping on this festive holiday morning?  I am  
enjoying my "Christmas blend" 50% timor peaberry/ 25% Harrar #30/ 25%  
Brazil YB.  my next cup will be Lekempti and later we will be  
enjoying decaf Harrar.  Looking forward to white russians with  
homeroast kahlua this evening!
-Justin

11) From: Eddie Dove
Sipping this morning ...
Thus far ...
Guatemala "Blue Quetzal" Bourbon
Sumatra Organic Gayoland WP Decaf
Later ...
Brazil Cachoeira Yellow Bourbon
Ethiopia Yirgacheffe - Moledina 3993
Timor FTO Maubesse
This Evening's Choice (including the above) ...
Africa Highlands WP Decaf
Costa Rica La Magnolia SWP Decaf
Ethiopia Natural (DP) Sidamo WP Decaf
Sumatra Organic Gayoland WP Decaf
Merry Christmas!
Eddie
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12) From: Sandy Andina
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A Merry caffeinated Christmas (or decaf, if that's your preference)  
to all! Spent yesterday afternoon roasting the last 1/4 lb. of my  
Jamaica Blue Mt. Mavis Banks, as well as 1/4 lbs. of Panama Gesha,  
Kona Kowali, Aussie Mt. Top for gifts and the last 1/2 lb. of my  
Uganda Bugisu for after-dinner coffee at my friends' home tonight.   
(Bringing them the last 1/8 lb. of my Rocket Fuel blend--I'm out of  
Brazil non-decaf--for their moka pot).  There's another friend who  
may be coming, but if so, he gets candy:  at Thanksgiving, he told me  
to bring my homeroast if I wanted to, but he still had "plenty of" my  
homeroasted espresso left "from last year." No offense, but gifts  
other than coffee are probably more up his alley.
On Dec 25, 2006, at 5:36 AM, pchforever wrote:
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Sandy
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A Merry caffeinated Christmas =
(or decaf, if that's your preference) to all! Spent yesterday afternoon =
roasting the last 1/4 lb. of my Jamaica Blue Mt. Mavis Banks, as well as =
1/4 lbs. of Panama Gesha, Kona Kowali, Aussie Mt. Top for gifts and the =
last 1/2 lb. of my Uganda Bugisu for after-dinner coffee at my friends' =
home tonight.  (Bringing them the last 1/8 lb. of my Rocket Fuel =
blend--I'm out of Brazil non-decaf--for their moka pot).  There's =
another friend who may be coming, but if so, he gets candy:  at =
Thanksgiving, he told me to bring my homeroast if I wanted to, but he =
still had "plenty of" my homeroasted espresso left "from last year." No =
offense, but gifts other than coffee are probably more up his =
alley.
On Dec 25, 2006, at 5:36 AM, pchforever =
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Scot: A = wonderful Christmas to you and your family. warmest = regards, ginny ---- Scot Murphy <deppitybob> = wrote:  It's about time for my appointed = rounds. First stop, Washington, DC.  Boy, I'm = going to have to drag around another sleigh just for all the   Scot = "that was non-partisan venality" Murphyhomeroast mailing listhttp://li=sts.sweetmarias.com/mailman/listinfo/homeroastTo change your personal list settings (digest = options, vacations, unsvbscribes) go to http://=sweetmarias.com/maillistinfo.html#personalsettings = homeroast mailing listhttp://li=sts.sweetmarias.com/mailman/listinfo/homeroastTo change your personal list settings (digest = options, vacations, unsvbscribes) go to http://=sweetmarias.com/maillistinfo.html#personalsettings = Sandywww.sass-music.com
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13) From: Sandy Andina
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Drinking the last of my Sumatra Triple Pick Iskandar; will later have  
a breve (or even a straight ristretto) from the first of my Red Line  
roasted three days ago.
On Dec 25, 2006, at 11:03 AM, Justin Schwarz wrote:
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Sandy
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Drinking the last of my Sumatra =
Triple Pick Iskandar; will later have a breve (or even a straight =
ristretto) from the first of my Red Line roasted three days =
ago.
On Dec 25, 2006, at 11:03 AM, Justin Schwarz =
wrote:
On Dec 25, 2006, at 8:33 AM, Barry Luterman = wrote: = Justin are you in = Hawaii? My heart is in Kona this = Christmas but we live in Salem, OR. = When I was younger our family spent christmas there every year, = miss it so much.  I first = learned how to roast at home from the folks at Bong Brothers, used to = buy our yearly kona supply from them.  My parents will be there next = month though, and hopefully they bring back some better kona than the = generic pooled lot we got last year.  Any suggestions? What is = everyone sipping on this festive holiday morning?  I am enjoying my "Christmas = blend" 50% timor peaberry/ 25% Harrar #30/ 25% Brazil YB.  my next cup will be Lekempti = and later we will be enjoying decaf Harrar.  Looking forward to white = russians with homeroast kahlua this evening! homeroast mailing listhttp://li=sts.sweetmarias.com/mailman/listinfo/homeroastTo change your personal list settings (digest = options, vacations, unsvbscribes) go to http://=sweetmarias.com/maillistinfo.html#personalsettings = Sandywww.sass-music.com
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14) From: Brian Kamnetz
Eddie,
I roasted a pound of Brazil Cachoeira Yellow Bourbon Tuesday. I usually
roast 1/2 pound at a time; I'm wondering if the results are not better (at
least with my heat gun setup) when I roast a pound....???? Anyway, I spent a
few days at my Grand Rapids sister's house and am now at my Kalamazoo
sister's house. In both places I have made moka pot coffee (the small one)
in the mornings, and my sisters and one brother-in-law love it. My sister
here was just remarking, with some wonder, at how good the coffee tastes
yet, a couple hours after I made it. (My other brother-in-law likes truck
stop coffee with lots of half and half, and rolls his eyes at my coffee
talk. Someday I'd like to pour some of his single-malt Scotch into some
ginger ale and see how he responds....)
Brian
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15) From: Darliene Stanhope
I am enjoying the last of my Jamaican Blue Mountain Mavis Bank this
morning.  Later I plan on having Moka Kadir or maybe some Brazile Cachoeira
Yellow Bourbon not sure just yet.  This evening it will be Costa Rica la
Magnolia decaf.
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16) From: Justin Marquez
A Merry Christmas to all!  (And a Happy Hannukwanamus to those who
need a PC greeting.
Everyone be safe and warm and dry!
Coffees enjoyed today so far...
Brazil Chaocheira Yellow Bourbon
Ausse Mtn Top (wow)
Kenya Gethumbwini Peaberry
African Highlands Decaf  (this is the coffee that if I ever have to go
only decaf that would make it enjoyable)
Safe Journeys and Sweet Music
Justin Marquez (CYPRESS, TX)

17) From: Sandy Andina
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Merry Christhanukwanzeidiwalistice!
On Dec 25, 2006, at 1:44 PM, Justin Marquez wrote:
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Sandy
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Merry =
Christhanukwanzeidiwalistice!
On Dec 25, 2006, at 1:44 PM, =
Justin Marquez wrote:
A Merry Christmas to all!  (And a Happy Hannukwanamus to = those whoneed a PC greeting. Everyone = be safe and warm and dry! Coffees enjoyed today so = far... Brazil Chaocheira Yellow BourbonAusse Mtn Top (wow)Kenya = Gethumbwini PeaberryAfrican Highlands = Decaf  (this is the = coffee that if I ever have to goonly decaf = that would make it enjoyable) Safe Journeys and Sweet = MusicJustin Marquez (CYPRESS, = TX)homeroast mailing listhttp://li=sts.sweetmarias.com/mailman/listinfo/homeroastTo change your personal list settings (digest = options, vacations, unsvbscribes) go to http://=sweetmarias.com/maillistinfo.html#personalsettings = Sandywww.sass-music.com
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18) From: Michael Wascher
I had a presspot of Gesha, outstanding with 2.5 day's rest, it'll just get
better.
I made lots of mashed potatoes to go with last night's rib roast. Enough for
Uova nel Purgatory (Eggs in purgatory) this morning. Great with the Gesha.
About to fire up the espresso machine for Monkey Blend Americanos.
--MikeW
On 12/25/06, Justin Schwarz  wrote:
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-- 
"Of course the game is rigged. Don't let that stop you--if you don't play,
you can't win." --Robert Heinlein

19) From: Eddie Dove
Brian,
LOL!  I would love to see the expression on his face when he takes the first
sip and tries to talk about how good it is!
Eddie
On 12/25/06, Brian Kamnetz  wrote:
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20) From: deppitybob
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