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Topic: REMOVE ME OR ELSE (31 msgs / 534 lines)
1) From: FCutler
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Fred L. Cutler
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+Roasted Bird Poo Coffee Today
I roasted 1/2 of my bird-poo coffee today.  It had an unusually
pungent smell just before reaching first crack and seemed to roast
quite a bit slower than the others I've done.  Anyone else find that?
I hit 1st almost 2 minutes after I usually do and I'm not certain I
could have kept my Hottop from auto-ejecting if I wanted to push it
well into 2nd (which I didn't.)  Stopped just before 2nd.
Also found it to be a very smoky roast... at least it seemed that way.
Any consensus on the best rest time yet?  I'm thinking of roasting the
other 1/2 pound to bring to General Synod (our denomination's big get
together next week.)
Grace and Peace,
  `tim
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2) From: Kevin
Or else what, you'll make us drink lousy coffee??  If you want to be
removed, follow this link:http://sweetmarias.com/maillistinfo.html#personalsettingsand remove
yourself.
On 5/31/07, FCutler  wrote:
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3) From: Tom Ulmer
Do you actually provide technology support for others?

4) From: Laura Micucci
LOL, just what I was thinking.
On 5/31/07, Tom Ulmer  wrote:
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Laura Micucci
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5) From: Brent - SC/TO Roasting
Actually, I see some high school kid with a wild interest in coffee
chemistry (and with an idea of what good coffee is) signing up to learn
something.  But phrases like "bird poop" get caught in the school's filters
to protect our young minds from harm.
But that's balanced against the head of technology support (at a "liberal
arts" school yet) not being able to read the bottom of an email message
containing the instructions for unsubscribing.  There's education at our
finest.
I'll show up for the mandatory PTA meeting with the required bad coffee and
stale brownies.  Just tell me when and where.
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Brent
My coffee is better than it tastes

6) From: Slinkster
Nah, school is out for the summer in Austin and summer school hasn't 
started yet.
What we have here is a fine example of a civic servant who doesn't 
understand how majorodomo email service works...
Brent - SC/TO Roasting wrote:
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7) From: Justin Marquez
Go ahead, Fred... hit us with your best shot...
Safe Journeys and Sweet Music
Justin Marquez (CYPRESS, TX)
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8) From: Kevin
...of espresso that is.
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Brett, you know we never serve stale brownies...
ever,
g
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10) From: GHolli7210
Does this mean I have to stop buying (coffee) from 7-11?
Jerry
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11) From: Andie Z
Someone who has a little time, should send a letter to the 
Superintendent of L.B.J. High School to point out his stupid 
Technology Department.  But, it may fall on dumb ears.  I ran into a 
similar situation in Massachusetts about eight years ago.  I had a 
Tech Department Director tell me to e-mail him about our service and 
when I did, he screamed SPAM.
Andie Z
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12) From: Kevin
Ahh, let's be kind and send him some freshly roasted SM coffee.  Maybe we
can convert him to a homeroaster?
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what a great idea>
ginny
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14) From: Rich
Does not say much for the level of employees at L.B.J. High School, poor reading skills.  No wonder 
little John and Jane can not read.
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15) From: Eddie Dove
Not a bad idea, Kevin.
I called the guy and talked to him.  He is a nice enough fellow that
has taken care of the problem for now and yes, it appears to have been
the result of some rabble-rousing students.
Eddie
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Roasting Blog and Profiles for the Gene Cafehttp://southcoastcoffeeroaster.blogspot.com/On 5/31/07, Kevin  wrote:
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16) From: Kris McN
You're good people, Eddie.
Kris McN

17) From: Kevin
Eddie,
I thought better of my first post, just providing him the link.  I think I
will send him 1/2# of something I'll rost this weekend.  If our goal truly
is to spread fresh coffee one cup at a time it would make sense.  Chastising
and criticizing him won't accomplish that end.
You never know...
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My home coffee roasting blog:http://homecoffeeroastblog.blogspot.com/Kevin

18) From: Kevin
jeez, the spelling in my last message was atrocious!  Hooked on Phonics
didn't work for me.
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19) From: Jack Rogers
Well, in that case...
REMOVE ME TOO!  OR ELSE!
You want my mailing address?
Jack
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20) From: Kevin
Jack,
Sure, but then you'll have to be off the list permanently.  ;-)
The offer is for those who are on the list accidentally and have no interest
in homeroasting.  So lurkers who are interested and roast or active members
are not eligible.  Of course I will send them roasted greens from Sweet
Maria's and maybe increase Tom's bottom line in the conversion process?
On 5/31/07, Jack Rogers  wrote:
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21) From: Sweet Maria's Coffee
OK, everyone's been unsubscribed. It's just Jack now.
No,seriously... we removed him when we saw the post this morning.
Nice response from the list though eventually. Thanks Eddie for being kind.
I think I just pointed him back to look at the bottom of the emails 
he was receiving which was probably a little too snarky.
Anyway,... he's been removed... back to coffee talk.
- Derek (@sweetmarias)
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22) From:
yeah, me too,
send any 1/2 pound bags you want and hell you don't have to roast them...
ginny
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23) From: Jim Carter
This is a multi-part message in MIME format.
So, in summary, the guy's a Jack off?
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24) From: raymanowen
*"REMOVE ME OR ELSE"   Done.
The alternative is too comical to countenance
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25) From: Brett Mason
I was interested in ELSE....  But Derek's action was probably the most
sound...
I was in Austin for business meetings on Tuesday - and amazingly, there was
a sign on every telephone pole...  Seems their village idiot is missing.
Case Solved!
Brett
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Cheers,
Bretthttp://homeroast.freeservers.com

26) From: Brett Mason
I was interested in ELSE....  But Derek's action was probably the most
sound...
I was in Austin for business meetings on Tuesday - and amazingly, there was
a sign on every telephone pole...  Seems their village idiot is missing.
Case Solved!
Brett
On 5/31/07, raymanowen  wrote:
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Cheers,
Bretthttp://homeroast.freeservers.com

27) From: Patrick S. Harper
Look at the bottom of the e-mail, this is a mailing list that you have to
subscribe to and verify before you get e-mail.  Unsubscribe yourself, that's
the only way to get off the list that you signed up for
To change your personal list settings (digest options, vacations,
unsvbscribes) go tohttp://sweetmarias.com/maillistinfo.html#personalsettings
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28) From: Floyd Lozano
omg you are all spamming me with your antispammer not spam responses
-f
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29) From: derbyrm
Just for fun, I forwarded excerpts of your message to the Austin Chronicle 
and asked the senior editor how such an idiot got a job in "Technology 
Support."
Roger
(Based on thirteen years' residence in Texas, I have concluded that Texas 
men are most hen-pecked (PW'd?) in the country.)
derbyrmhttp://home.insightbb.com/~derbyrm

30) From: Scott Marquardt
Sir -- the mailing list you somehow subscribed to puts a link at the bottom
of every message, making it simple to unsubscribe. Stop ranting at scores of
list recipients -- it looks REALLY bad for a tech guy to not know how
mailing lists work.
Among other things, if you were to report the mailing list admin to the
upstream service provider, their tech guys would pretty much laugh at the
notion that a tech support person doesn't understand how to use the link at
the bottom of each message published by the list, to unsubscribe.
Furthermore, the real threat here is that if you continue to make a dufus of
yourself in this way, someone's likely to e-mail your employer and remark
how technically unsavvy you're behaving.
From one IT guy to another, please, just unsubscribe on your own.
- Scott
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31) From: Angelo
Don't feel bad... Since English isn't a phonetic language, it's a 
wonder it works for anybody...
A
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