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Topic: Traditions Offer (9 msgs / 178 lines)
1) From: jim gundlach
The tradition is a kind of gift circle.  The "IT" person has received 
the previous item and offers something "kinda coffee related" to the 
first person on the list who e-mails that they want it.  They then pay 
the shipping for the item to the previous "IT" person and offer 
something else to the list under the same conditions.
Jim Gundlach
roasting over pecan wood fires
in La Place, Alabama
On Tuesday, February 25, 2003, at 10:05 AM, ginny powell wrote:
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2) From: jim gundlach
The tradition is a kind of gift circle.  The "IT" person has received 
the previous item and offers something "kinda coffee related" to the 
first person on the list who e-mails that they want it.  They then pay 
the shipping for the item to the previous "IT" person and offer 
something else to the list under the same conditions.
Jim Gundlach
roasting over pecan wood fires
in La Place, Alabama
On Tuesday, February 25, 2003, at 10:05 AM, ginny powell wrote:
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3) From: ginny powell
Oh, what a great idea Jim and thanks for taking a moment to explain it to
me.
I have a friend who is going to make some Roast Color Tiles for me and if
they look decent enough I can offer a set!
thanks again,
ginny

4) From: AlChemist John
Sometime around 08:45 2/25/2003, jim gundlach typed:
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I would like to suggest a slight modification to the above.  I noticed the 
only thing a little annoying was the two checks, one to write, one to cash, 
the time I participated.  For me, they basically canceled each other 
out.  How about as long as we are staying in the US and shipping is under 
some arbitrary figure (around $10) that everyone just pays for their own 
shipping.
Thoughts?  Has anyone had shipping over $10.
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5) From: David Westebbe
  How about as long as we are staying in the US and
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Every time I have participated, I've paid for the shipping.  It seemed a lot
easier to me than to calculate it and wait for a check and everything.  It
was only a few bucks.
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6) From: Ben Treichel
AlChemist John wrote:
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No, and with the coffee exchange we pay the shipping to the next person.
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7) From: ginny powell
this all sound like a fair and sq deal...
easy on each whp participates.
I agree.
gin

8) From: John Abbott
Since I'm next up - that works for me!   I look at my stuff and wonder what
would make a good tradition... cups or coffee or maybe both.  I'll try to
get it together today.
John - not wandering anywhere in this miserable weather

9) From: R.N.Kyle
Hello and Happy New Year.
I recently won a tradition from Pecan Jim, Thanks Jim.
I am offering a 3oz. shot glass that is graduated in 1/2 oz so you can pull
from 1/2 oz to 2 oz in 1/2 oz increment. and then it jumps from 2 to 3 oz.
Brand new
To enter please email   OFF LIST to
rnkyle
Drawling for the shot glass will be Sat. 1/8/05
RK
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