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Topic: SS Rocky has sailed, and other trivia. (4 msgs / 84 lines)
1) From: Ben Treichel
Hey All,
I've ordered my SS Rocky Doserless, probably be in next week. All of you 
who got in on the group buy, you should have the confirming email. (BTW, 
who ordered theirs before me? :-P ).
While at sams club this morning I ran across these jewels,
For those of you who like to compost your coffee grounds, Maxwell House 
Master Blend 4& 1/2 lbs for $6.50. Just open the can and dump it in the 
compost heap.
They have NICE looking Stainless Steel propane grills for $650.
They also have a 13 gallon stainless steel wastebasket for $33 dollars. 
Come on guys, whose going to be the first person to build a 12kg roaster.
Ben

2) From: Nielsen, Dave
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Ben,
 
Have done so privately but also wanted to publicly thank you for working out
this deal!  I don't think I ordered before you as I kindly waited a couple
of hours after getting the copy of your email to Todd.  He did indicate that
it was good the I called early as he wasn't sure he had enough of the
doserless model and that mine would be shipping today (Monday, 1/27)...
 
Now, just have to hope there are no more train derailments to delay poor
Rocky's revival (er, arrival...  Sorry, couldn't resist).
 
--Dave

3) From: Ben Treichel
Is their some reason you don't want unroasted train ground coffee. Its 
got to be a unique cup. Just think, steely initial taste, giving way to 
a combination of ground glass and wood, finishing with all of those 
diesel aftertastes. A train may not have an anus, but it gave its all 
for that cup.
Ben
(really whacked out by being # 3 in a 5 car today) :-(
Nielsen, Dave wrote:
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4) From: Victor Blackwell
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I bet you can sell it on e-bay.  Looks like good ad copy to me.
   Just think, steely initial taste, giving way to a combination of =
ground glass and wood, finishing with all of those diesel aftertastes.  
  Ben


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