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Topic: science of coffee rings and a move to thailand (61 lines)
1) From: Lynne
I'm posting this for Ken B. - he tried to post this three times, but for
some reason, the computers are rejecting his attempts. I'm so happy for him
- he's finally able to retire & will be moving to Thailand to join his wife
over there. So cool!!! (and I reminded him that I roast very simply,
stovetop - anyone can do it, with a bit of patience - provided he can get
decent beans, of course).
Lynne
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From: ken 
Date: Sun, Aug 21, 2011 at 10:55 AM
Subject: Hey Lynne....
To: Lynne 
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I have tried to post the following message to the homeroast list 3 times
now.  The list sees me as a member, etc., but seems to refuse to post the
message for some reason.
Could you do me a favor and post it for me?  You can edit out the part about
you if you wish to.
Thanks,
Ken
I've tried to send this twice before, with no luck.  So I will try it with a
response instead of a new thread and see if it works better.
I sent this yesterday and the day before, but have not seen it show up on
the list, so I assume something went bump since I am set to receive a copy
of my posts.  Maybe if you lurk too long, that is the price you pay. ;)http://www.npr.org/2011/08/17/139681851/scientists-crack-the-physics-of-coffee-rings?ps=cprsBTW...for those who know me, I will retire effective Sept 1st, and will
permanently move to Thailand in October.  I look forward to a new journey
and an exciting adventure as I learn a new language and culture.  I have
sold my roasters to two gentlemen I work with, so I would not be surprised
if two newbies show up on the list.  :)  Of course, I gave them the url to
SM and the list, along with some nice beans to get them started.
I do not know how long I can go without roasting, but we shall see. :)  I am
afraid that buying beans and having them sent to Thailand would not be cost
effective, but depending on what I find when I get there, it may be I will
have to do it.
I wish everyone on the list the best of luck and I hope all your roasts turn
out to perfect.  Lynne...I am glad to see that the nasty episode turned out
well.  Good luck to you and yours.  I finally get to live my dream. It has
been a very long wait for it! :D
Best Regards,
Ken B...lurking for a long time now.
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