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Topic: CSA >was Re: +Question from a newbie. (3 msgs / 55 lines)
1) From: Mike McGinness
From: "Bernard Yokom" 
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Coffee Snob Association. A purely fictitous organization which really does
exist none the less.:-)
(one of these days someone aught to put the stuff together 'about' the CSA
on a webpage. Anthem, 13 steps, criteria, application etc... )
MM;-)
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2) From: Ben Treichel
Mike McGinness wrote:
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I thought that it was a 12 step program with 13 steps because CSA's are 
'one step better' than everybody else! :-)
FYI, I haven't had enough 'cups' yet to even pretend CSA membership. :-[
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3) From: Irene and Lubos Palounek
Mike wrote: "...one of these days someone aught to put the stuff together
'about' the CSA
on a web page. Anthem, 13 steps, criteria, application etc..."
Mike, that sounds like a good idea, although I think that the present
virtual WWW site is good for the virtual CSA organization.
With a real site, you will have plenty of arguments like "It is 12 steps
with 13 parts, not 13 steps", etc.
Also, I think that having a non-virtual application is not a good idea.  I
thought that the membership is sort of fluid -- I consider myself a CSA
member only for four hours after drinking a cup of coffee. Four hours
without coffee - the membership evaporates. The membership automatically
renews itself while I am brewing the next cup...
I am not even sure if it is firm four hour period, or if that also changes.
Cheers, and have a good morning cup of coffee and have a nice Sunday.
Cheers, Lubos
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