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Topic: OT +Back to more than 600 list email messages (6 msgs / 115 lines)
1) From: John B. Webster
...and if you skip the ones that should have been labeled OT, you would
probably have only three to read.

2) From: Lynne
Ouch - that zing hurt!
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On Nov 26, 2007 5:57 PM, John B. Webster 
wrote:
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3) From: Julie Hershey Tieszen
Make that 601 messages.
John, why are you here if you think only 3 messages are worth reading in a 
week? Just read a book on coffee roasting.
Julie

4) From: Brett Mason
Good news - if any9one posted three or less times, they can smile with
confidence...  N
Now for the rest of us, well - zing.  We know for certain that at least one
or more post is identified as not on topic for coffee...
Didn't even include a "Love, John"
On Nov 26, 2007 5:22 PM, Lynne  wrote:
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Cheers,
Bretthttp://homeroast.freeservers.com

5) From: Sean Cary
OT posts are part of this list - so is off topic in on topic
discussion, that is part of any list.  I am away from roasting for 7
months, but follow it anyway since I like to stay in touch, does that
make all my posts OT?
There are a repetitive posts asking the same questions - hell I have
been on this list for over two years now and have seen the same
questions asked hundreds of times.  Big deal.
When I followed the cigar posts it was store with Cello on or Cello
off - here it is questions about roast degrees, caffeine content etc.
Scan and delete, or file these to a Roaster folder like I do and go
through them when you have time, this is about a hobby - so I doubt
you are going to miss any life altering content anyway.
My .02 from a combat zone where my time is tight, but I manage to read
what I need and delete the rest.
Sean
Almost to 60ish.
On Nov 27, 2007 2:30 AM, Brett Mason  wrote:
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6) From: Lynne
I'd say that about puts everything in perspective...
Sean said:
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You know - I can't even think of anything else to say.
That says it all...
Lynne


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