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Topic: Behmor on the way (13 msgs / 250 lines)
1) From: eric estes
Well I took the plunge - my new toy is on the way (or will be soon)
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2) From: David Morgenlender
Me too!
On Tue, 13 Nov 2007 11:51:00 -0800, you wrote:
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3) From: eric estes
Ain't it great??  Like xmas coming early.
 
Now as long as gas prices don't go too much higher I'll be able to afford c=
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4) From: gin
will have mine tomorrow...
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5) From: Jim Anderson
Me Three
Jim

6) From: Dave Ehrenkranz
I just ordered mine as well.
It will be fun to compare notes with others. This should be lots of fun.
Dave

7) From: raymanowen
You Guys- ! ! !
On Nov 13, 2007 1:59 PM, Jim Anderson  wrote:
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"When the theme hits the bass, I dance the Jig!" - -Virgil Fox at the Mighty
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8) From: Stephen Carey
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I feel a like a little kid and I wasn't invited 
to the party of a friend.  I don't need a new 
machine.  I can't spend the money on something I 
don't need right now.  My IR2 is only a couple of 
months old and I will use it for at least another 
year.  There is so much I haven't learned from it 
and it roasts the amount I need for a week or 
so.  Though, I am doing more and more gift roasts 
and even roasts for people who pay.  But, I can't 
figure out a non-selfish reason to get one.
I hate my conscience in times on these.  It needs 
to be put to sleep for a while.  I want it just 
to play with the machine.  Maybe in a few years, 
for I do love my IR2, its idiosyncrasies, how 
much one can make it do, all of it.  Plus, it is what I have :-)
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I feel a like a little kid and I wasn't invited to the party
of a friend.  I don't need a new machine.  I can't spend the
money on something I don't need right now.  My IR2 is only a couple
of months old and I will use it for at least another year.  There is
so much I haven't learned from it and it roasts the amount I need for a
week or so.  Though, I am doing more and more gift roasts and even
roasts for people who pay.  But, I can't figure out a non-selfish
reason to get one.
I hate my conscience in times on these.  It needs to be put to sleep
for a while.  I want it just to play with the machine.  Maybe
in a few years, for I do love my IR2, its idiosyncrasies, how much one
can make it do, all of it.  Plus, it is what I have :-)
At 02:51 PM 11/13/2007, you wrote:
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9) From: Steve
Might as well chime in.  I got this roaster too..  If it works out
I'll be selling my iRoast and maybe giving away my SC/TO (although
that one might be worth keeping around for old time's sake.
There was a thread a while ago on double-roasting for added smoothness
and reduced acidity.  I wonder the Behmor could do a light roast and
then iRoast take it the rest of the way.  Kind of a hybrid approach,
since the air-roasters are said to have a cleaner profile by some...

10) From: Robert D. Crawford
eric estes  writes:
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I just placed my order for the roaster and 70 # of coffee!  Whoo hoo!
rdc
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Robert D. Crawford                                     robdcraw
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11) From: Homeroaster
Mother is the necessity of invention.  Or something like that.
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Ed Needham
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12) From: Michael Rasmussen
Robert D. Crawford wrote:
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We'll look forward to your extensive test results.
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      Michael Rasmussen, Portland Oregon  
    Be appropriate && Follow your curiosity
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Security check: INTRUDER ALERT!

13) From: JanoMac
No Ed, 
It's more like:
"Necessity is a mother"
Kirk
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