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Topic: local coffee shops (16 msgs / 387 lines)
1) From: John Brown
looking out my window as i type this i can see my local coffee shop. 
Javalina is the name, they do not roast their own beans, but get fresh 
roasted beans every Monday morning.  the shop is about as big as the 
average sized living room.  they provide a space for live bands to play 
on Friday and Saturday nights.  if the weather is nice the bands will 
play outside on the patio.  i can then go outside on my back porch and 
hear them.
also across the street is a SAFE WAYS, they have a starbucks in side.  
the coffee smells are so much better coming from the Javalina, Starbucks 
always seems to have a burnt coffee fragrance about them to me.
if i am going to meet some one it will be my LOCAL COFFEE SHOP. this way 
i help them stay in business.

2) From: raymanowen
"...help them stay in business"
Ah, Mabuhay! You have the right idea, but the coffee crematorium always goes
for Location, Location, Location.
Most of the chain grocery locations have a pretty sterile perspective. One
of these in particular has the appearance of a coffee grove, and the rest of
the store carries out the theme with colors and lighting.
I think it looks neat, and one is tempted to indulge in all the syrups and
whipped cream to subdue the dreckig bilge water. I guess that habit will
never need to be broken, because I can't remember which S'way it was.
Cheers -RayO, aka Opa!
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3) From: John Brown
salamat
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4) From: raymanowen
Ikao rin- hanggang sa moli, ang kaibigan ko...
Cheers and Mabuhay -RayO, aka Opa!
May Grinder?
On 8/10/07, John Brown  wrote:
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"When the theme hits the bass, I dance the Jig!" - -Virgil Fox at the
Mighty Wichita (ex- NYC Paramount) WurliTzer- 1976

5) From: Brett Mason
Talaga?  Kayo'y Pinoy?
Hindi ako, pero marunong magtagalog....
Sige na!
Kuya Brett
On 8/10/07, raymanowen  wrote:
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6) From: Floyd Lozano
My daughter used to say stuff that sounded like this, but now she can use
real words.  I wonder if Filipino child babble sounds like english.
-F
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7) From: Gail Shuford
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Ehhhh????  do we have an interpreter in the house!!!  How about a dos  
da manok odobo?  or id u notta dat we da kin speak a Engleesh on yere?
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Ehhhh????  do we have an =
interpreter in the house!!!  How about a dos da manok odobo?  or id =
u notta dat we da kin speak a Engleesh on yere? 
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Aug 10, 2007, at 8:20 PM, Brett Mason wrote:
Talaga?  = Kayo'y Pinoy? Hindi ako, pero marunong magtagalog.... Sige = na! Kuya Brett On = 8/10/07, raymanowen = <raymanowen> = wrote: Ikao rin- hanggang sa moli, ang kaibigan ko... Cheers and = Mabuhay -RayO, aka Opa! May Grinder? On 8/10/07, John = Brown <jtbknives> = wrote: > salamat > > raymanowen = wrote: > > "...help them stay in business" > > > = > Ah, Mabuhay! You have the right idea, but the coffee crematorium = > > always goes for Location, Location, Location. > = > homeroast = mailing list > =http://lists.sweetmarias.com/mailman/listinfo/homeroast> To = change your personal list settings (digest options, vacations, > = unsvbscribes) go to > =http://sweetmarias.com/maillistinfo.html#personalsettings> <= BR> -- "When the theme hits the bass, I dance the Jig!" - -Virgil = Fox at the Mighty Wichita (ex- NYC Paramount) WurliTzer- 1976 = homeroast mailing = list http://li=sts.sweetmarias.com/mailman/listinfo/homeroast To change your = personal list settings (digest options, vacations, unsvbscribes) go to = http://=sweetmarias.com/maillistinfo.html#personalsettings
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8) From: Brett Mason
Pinakamasarap ang Adobo, pero gusto ko'ng ginataang manok....  Tumira kami
sa Batangas noong 1987 hnagang 89, at saka nag-aal kami ng Tagalog.
Walang translator sa aming bahay....
B
On 8/10/07, Gail Shuford  wrote:
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9) From: Brett Mason
nag-aral*
At saka, umisip ng Barakol, pinaklamasarap ng kape sa Luzon!
Brett
On 8/10/07, Brett Mason  wrote:
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10) From: Brett Mason
Oh, for the others...  Yeah I was asking if everyone in the conversation was
from the Islands.  And I don't have a translator, except for waht I can
remember from living there...
Lastly, had a lot of Barako, but can;t get the good coffee outside of the
country anymore...
B
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11) From: Steven Dover
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I didn't too. - Steven D.

12) From: raymanowen
"Kayo'y Pinoy?"
Ma walang galang po- pero wala kong Pinoy.
Oh, how I wish. Galing ko sa Clark- '66 - '70. Naiintindihan mo ang "USAF Mobster?" I was with First Mobile Communications Group - The Mob - on my first tour. A year at George AFB in Victorville, CA, then back for an action- packed tour with 5th TCMS - 5th Tac - at Clark AB. 
That second tour included a Hel-lacious earthquake that made one hotel in Manila look as if it were kneeling- about three stories shorter on an empty ballroom and meeting rooms.
We even set up communications for Cabanatuan after a typhoon decimated the city. I volunteered to help, but was needed in Osan and Taegu, Korea sooner. 
On the approach glideslope to Clark from my first deployment to Bangkok with 1st Mob, it was indescribable how I felt- I was Coming Home!!! Incredible- it was Magic. I really never felt that way before in my life. Every courier run and deployment was the same. It was Magic.
The beverage of choice was, as you know, not kape.
Cheers -RayO, aka Opa!
Mmm- San Miguel. Masarap! Ayos na ang Kasunod!
On 8/10/07, Brett Mason  wrote:
 Talaga?  Kayo'y Pinoy?
Hindi ako, pero marunong magtagalog....
Sige na!
Kuya Brett
On 8/10/07,   raymanowen  wrote:
  Ikao rin- hanggang sa moli, ang kaibigan ko...
Cheers and Mabuhay -RayO, aka Opa!
May Grinder?
On 8/10/07, John Brown < jtbknives> wrote:
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"When the theme hits the bass, I dance the Jig!" - -Virgil Fox at the
Mighty Wichita (ex- NYC Paramount) WurliTzer- 1976

13) From: Brett Mason
Mag beer muna Tayo,
Mag beer muna Tayo,
Oh anong sarap ng
San Miguel Beer
  - commercial in 1975
Great recollections RayO - thanks!
Brett
On 8/12/07, raymanowen  wrote:
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Cheers,
Bretthttp://homeroast.freeservers.com

14) From: raymanowen
"I wonder if Filipino child babble sounds like english."
No, I think the first thing they're taught to say is "Walang Utang!" 
I was trying to learn Tagalog and found they all had a much stronger desire to learn English. There are about a dozen different Tagalog words for "Coconut," and the Filipinos at the Clark Main Gate snack bar almost fell down laughing when I wanted a hot dog and asked for a "Mainit ng Aso." - a "hot" dog! 
Cheers -RayO, aka Opa!
On 8/10/07, Floyd Lozano  wrote:
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"When the theme hits the bass, I dance the Jig!" - -Virgil Fox at the Mighty Wichita (ex- NYC Paramount) WurliTzer- 1976

15) From: John Brown
or Aso adobo
raymanowen wrote:
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16) From: Leo Zick
hacem malakum and oy vey
On 8/12/07, raymanowen  wrote:
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