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Topic: Re[2]: +12 step programs for drinkers of bad coffee :-) (11 msgs / 172 lines)
1) From: Mark A. Chalkley
On Wednesday, September 18, 2002, 3:55:50 PM, you wrote:
DH> Dave  (who is one of the "song leaders" in an acappella
DH> congregation)
DH>       (I ALWAYS add sugar and powdered creamer to the brown liquid
DH>       brewed at our church.)
Alright.  That does it.  You're out.  You get bonus points for
confessing, but not nearly enough.  (I don't think you can add sugar
or powdered creamer to anything called coffee and be in CSA...)   ;>)
Mark C.
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2) From: Charlie Herlihy
--- Rick Farris  wrote:
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 I admit to Always adding a little sugar, but only the fancy
cane sugar from Mauritas. Using sugar beet sugar is down right
vulgar  ;o)
Charlie 
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3) From: Rick Farris
Mark wrote:
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Quite the contraire, grasshopper.  Only in the US, and only in certain parts
of the US is it considered macho to drink your coffee black.  It is the rare
Italian, for instance, that doesn't load his espresso up with sugar...
-- Rick
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4) From: John Abbott
Things change (diapers - the weather and coffee habits). When I was in
Italy (probably before there WAS a Rick Farris) in 55-57 I was always
served espresso and almost all coffee black.  However - Most of Europe
puts sugar in it now I guess. 
And isn't Contraire and Grasshopper a mixed metaphor? N'es Pas Amigo?
:o)
On Wed, 2002-09-18 at 18:51, Rick Farris wrote:
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5) From: Mark A. Chalkley
On Wednesday, September 18, 2002, 9:31:40 PM, you wrote:
JG> Nope, they be institutionalized.
JG>      Jim Gundlach
I don't know, Jim.  The rules sound arbitrary, capricious, and
hopelessly vague.  Assuming they exist, of course.  And, at the
moment, that seems difficult to prove...
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6) From: Rick Farris
John wrote:
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When you were in Italy, *I* was in Yokohama, Japan, John.  That's back when
we thought we'd won the war.
I drink my filter/drip/vac coffee black, but I put a sugar cube in the
bottom of my espresso.  I also like Cafe Sua Da (spelling?), or Vietnamese
iced coffee, which is made with sweetened condensed milk.
-- Rick
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7) From: Dave Huddle
Mark,
I MOST certainly am not OUT!!!   Nowhere in my post did I call the VILE
"brown liquid brewed at our church"   COFFEE.
You'll get 5 lashes with a wet Foulgers coffee bag for that insult!
;-)   (NOTE - you must supply your own bag - I wont touch them!)
Dave, CSA member
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8) From: Mark A. Chalkley
On Thursday, September 19, 2002, 12:41:38 PM, you wrote:
DH> Dear Fellow CSA Member Mark,
DH> Your apology is accepted.    :)
DH> Dave
What!?!?!?!  Have I been "promoted"?!?!?!?  This is all so confusing.
Just a couple days ago, I thought I'd been "defrocked" before having
been "frocked".  Now, having done something deserving of permanent
banishment, I've instead been promoted.  This CSA stuff is almost as
elusive as the perfect cup of coffee...
Mark C.
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9) From: Angelo
Before I was enlightened, I put milk and sugar in my coffee. ... While I 
was becoming enlightened, I didn't put milk and sugar in my coffee. NOW, 
that I am enlightened, I put milk and sugar in my coffee....  :-)
Ciao,
Angelo
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10) From: James Gundlach
On Thursday, September 19, 2002, at 06:21 PM, Angelo wrote:
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But, I'll wager the Before and NOW coffees are not the same.
Jim Gundlach
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11) From: AlChemist John
Sometime around 16:21 9/19/02, Angelo typed:
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Yeah, go ahead, tell it like it is, go man, uh...sorry about that.
going back to my Mohka Rimi (with milk (goat of course) and sugar)
--
John Nanci 
AlChemist at large
Roasting and Blending by Gestalt
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