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Topic: Meth coffee (10 msgs / 148 lines)
1) From: Jim Russell
This stuff sounds scary, yet I'm oddly tempted to try it.http://biz.yahoo.com/prnews/070110/sfw043.html?.víJim
Roasting them almost as fast as they come

2) From: Michael Dhabolt
If you try it, be sure you report back to the list.
Mike (just plain)

3) From: Brett Mason
Yes do report - there's a lot of the Children of the 60's & 70's here -
where'd you think they went?
On 1/10/07, Michael Dhabolt  wrote:

4) From: Derek Bradford
You guys apparently don't drink mate.  If you did, you wouldn't think
it was a good idea to mix it with coffee.  Yuck.
On 1/11/07, Brett Mason  wrote:
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5) From:
Saw that and decided it is one of the better hi jinks going. My Grandfather once said you can sell shit if you wrap it the right way!!!
I would keep my moola and but a great bag-o-beans from Tom
- Jim Russell  wrote: 

6) From:
I have several great bags of weed-o-beans on the market. Please email me off list at:
you supply the tide, I supply the w-o-b's
---- Brett Mason  wrote: 

7) From: Aaron
sounds like just another fad drink...  lets mix crap, call it natural, 
and watch the idjits pay obscene money for it because it sounds 'natural'.
Hemlock is a natural herb, but doesn't mean I want to drink or eat it.  
Let's see  Dumbcane, peach pits, rhubarb leaves, hmm just a few 
'natural' things I know of that Id not want to eat.... oh and lets not 
forget kopi luwak, can't git more naturale than that!!  oh and a bag of 
red man chewing tobacco has enough nicotine in it to kill a few people.. 
and yah, tobacco is natural too btw..
Why not just buy a bottle of vivarin or no doz and chomp a few of the 
pills with your coffee, get the caffeine buzz that way.  Sounds like 
they are gearing it towards the kiddies with a name like meth.... the 
drug heads, well they use the real thing so wouldn't be interested....
Sad thing is, these idiots .. well look at where it's marketing at, nuff 
said, don't realize that for every action there will be a reaction.  Ok 
so you super amp on a cup of beverage,  you will crash sooner or later, 
you have no choice.... makes me wonder overall how 'good' this really is 
for your body. 
Kind of curious of how much of an 'addictive' property is in the special 
herbs they put into it.

8) From: Derek Bradford
The only addictive property in mate is caffeine.  I drink mate from
time to time...it's an acquired taste.  I'd NEVER consider mixing it
with coffee, though.
On 1/11/07, Aaron  wrote:
-- http://www.novernae.comHome of the Wandering Sloth

9) From: Sheila Quinn
Okay, what the heck is "mate"? Never heard of this stuff.
Derek Bradford wrote:

10) From: Justin Marquez
On 1/10/07, Sheila Quinn  wrote:
<Snip>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Yerba_mateSafe Journeys and Sweet Music
Justin Marquez (CYPRESS, TX)

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