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Topic: tradition (47 msgs / 1145 lines)
1) From: espresso gin
I have a

2) From: miKe mcKoffee

3) From: John Abbott
Mike, check to see if that's really yours.. I lost mine.
On Tue, 2003-05-13 at 10:05, miKe mcKoffee wrote:

4) From: espresso gin
good lord, what happened to the rest?
g

5) From: Ben Treichel
I'd say I got it, but ...
espresso gin wrote:
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6) From: espresso gin
You guys were so close, 12:01, 12:02, 12:04, 12:07, 12:08, 12:10.........
Brice Hornback gets the cup and saucer. I have yet another tradition to do
because of David's beans I got so look in about 2 hours for another.
Brice you cannot send me an email for the next one! :-)
Warmest Regards,
ginny

7) From: Zara Haimo
My specially roasted pound of El Salvador arrived from Ron today, so it's
time for me to offer something in return.  I just happen to have a 6 oz. can
of Scharffenberger cacao nibs for anyone who would like to experiment with
hand grinding them in a mortar for a coffee/chocolate espresso shot or
simply use them to make a chocolate treat worthy enough to nibble with ISH.
I'll be out of email contact for a day, so I'll collect all replies that
come in off-list by 10:00am PDT Sunday morning, put them in a hat, and have
one of my kids draw the name of the lucky winner.

8) From: Ron
snip from Zara's traditions post:
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ISH.
Zara your email inbox will be full come sunday, with all the talk about
chocolate lately, this should be a hot item, I'd be interested in how many
replys you get.
Glad you got the El Salvador, and hope you enjoy it.
Ron
rnkyle
Home Roasting in SC

9) From: Zara Haimo
The winner of the 6 oz. can of Scharffenberger cacao nibs is Jim Gundlach -
please send me your mailing address off-list, Jim.

10) From: jim gundlach
Since I won one by the random selection method it has to be good so I 
will continue with a random selection approach for the next offering.  
I will enter the names of all entrants received OFF list between now 
and 9:00 p.m. CDT Wednesday, July 2, 2003  into a JMP spreadsheet and 
soon thereafter randomly select a sample of one winner.
The offering is a plain copper ibrik lined with tin.  It holds 250ml,  
just under 10 ounces.  I've used it several times to make some nice 
drinks and recently upgraded to a larger and more elaborate model.  If 
you have been thinking about trying Turkish coffee, this could be your 
chance to do it with a free ibrik.
Jim Gundlach
roasting over pecan wood fires
in La Place, Alabama
On Sunday, June 29, 2003, at 12:16  PM, Zara Haimo wrote:
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11) From: Rich Adams
The winners are...
David Gwyn
Zara Haimo
Andrew Thomas

12) From: AlChemist John
I am not too sure if this will be a wanted item, so if it is not I will 
offer up something else later, after we have moved.
I am in the process of finishing the porcelain insulator for my Zen roaster 
(we will not even talk about why it has taken so long) and I though someone 
else might like something similar.  The offer:
I will custom make a porcelain item(s) for roasting purposes (unless you 
can convince me of another item).  It could be a heating coil insulator for 
a ground up roaster, specially shaped tiles for you BBQ roasters, or maybe 
something novel like a double coil insulator for combining two WBI's.  If 
you can think of it AND I can make it, it is done.
I will choose based on what I can make and do the best with a bit of what I 
find the neatest idea and who needs/wants it the most.
Let's still reply off list.  I will leave this open until 1) Minimum of 
Sunday 14th, 9:00 pm (west coast time) 2) I have a winner 3) I send off my 
insulators to be fired (a couple of weeks or so).
--
John Nanci 
AlChemist at large
Zen Roasting and Blending by Gestalthttp://www.dreamsandbones.net/blog/

13) From: Andrew Thomas
Having received some very fine Kenya and Guatemala greens from Rich Adams a while back, I'm overdue to offer an item for the Homeroast Tradition, so here it is:
A single-serving stainless steel moka pot, labeled:
PRATIKA 
authentic espresso 
coffee maker
Made in Italy
It is SMALL! 2 oz capacity if you fill to the relief vent valve. It appears solidly made -- heavy stainless, welded handle and hinged lid. I have used it a few times but you can't tell by looking at it that it's been used at all. And it works! 
I will pick a name at random on Friday evening PST. Please email OFF LIST, with TRADITION in the SUBJECT line. 
Andy
at
Free e-mail!  you
A service of www.WallaWallaGuide.com

14) From: Hunt Slade
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Since I am one of the baton carriers from 
Gin's WILD coffee tradition, I am offering a set of six espresso cups - new in 
the box - of nondescript origin. Names in the hat-type drawing. Please has 
entries in by 5pm 11/19. 
 
 
Hunt
trying to learn grill drum roasting in 
GA
 

15) From: joshm
This list has its "Traditions" of giving that is a great concept.
Tom and Maria, like other conscientious coffee suppliers, are part of
another tradition of giving as they support organizations that help coffee
growers.
As the holiday season rapidly approaches, how about joining this Tradition
of giving.
I posted this link http://img1.tapuz.co.il/forums/24505834.swf)at an
Israeli coffee forum, Its a nice ad that Coffeekids put out. (I found it at
SCAA's site)
People who want to increase the effect of their donation can donate through
www.coffeegeek.com where cosponsors will match your donation.
Not many left GIVING DAYS 'till Christmas and Hannukah or whatever you
celebrate at this time of the year!
Best,
Myron
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16) From: Spencer W. Thomas
I'm offering up a Krups Novo Compact espresso maker for my tradition 
"pass it forward."
I used it for several years before I got the Gusto that I use now. It's 
been sitting on a shelf for a while. I checked it out briefly and the 
espresso pump works fine, but the steam heater switch is broken (again 
-- I fixed it once.)
So this is a machine for someone who wants espresso and who doesn't want 
steamed milk.  I haven't located the instruction manual, but it may be 
in a folder at work.  I'll look for it before shipping the machine.
I'll take names by private email (OFF LIST -- I'm going off the list for 
vacation and won't see your message on the list) up to midnight on 
Christmas Eve (12/24), and then draw one randomly. 
Due to the cost of shipping, I'd like to request entries only from the US.
Spencer Thomas
spencer

17) From: Spencer W. Thomas
The winner is... Dave Tressy.
Spencer W. Thomas wrote:
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18) From: Paul Jolly
Okay, now that I'm 1/3# richer in the ISH
department, I'm making an offer that most of you
will refuse (ahh, but for those who don't, you're
in for something good):  a pound of the best
decaf I've had--Peruvian CO2 process.  Not from
Tom, as he & Maria don't carry it, but I'll put a
pound in the mail to the winner of my drawing. 
Send me an email off-list (pauljolly65)
by noon Saturday.  I'll put names in a hat and
pull the winner, with the beans going out via
USPS on Monday.
Thanks again, Rich!
Cheers,
Paul
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19) From: John Abbott
Brian Hyde clocked in as the winner of the Kona Pea Berry.   And I did
some extra Kona giving because I owed a couple of traditions.   I'm now
an honorable traditionalist!
John

20) From: Peter Barnes
Ruth Kohl, come on down
You are the winner of the Mama Cata auction winner coffee
Send me your address off list, and I'll have it in the mail to you.
cheers
peter

21) From: Michael Guterman
petzul wrote:
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Peter,
You are the cat's choice for the pound of coffee.  Send me your 
particulars and I will send you coffee.  I am leaving to see my mom in 
Baltimore first thing in the morning, so I won't get it off till next 
week sometime.
Thanks for entering.
Michael
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22) From: Pamela Chadwick
This is a multi-part message in MIME format.
Ok, here't the deal, the way I understand it. THe offering that was so =
generously made & with good intentions, is now open to ALL. Can we make =
a pact to drop this subject? Too many bad vibes going on & there is no =
longer a problem. 
Pam

23) From: MMore
Agreed...
Ready...
ONE, TWO, THREE....
TEAM!!!
Michael A. Roaster of Vienna, Va.

24) From: Jeff Wikstrom
This is a multi-part message in MIME format.
OK SOUNDS GOOD.  
From: homeroast-admin
[mailto:homeroast-admin] On Behalf Of Pamela Chadwick
Sent: Monday, May 03, 2004 8:26 AM
To: homeroast
Subject: +Tradition
Ok, here't the deal, the way I understand it. THe offering that was so
generously made & with good intentions, is now open to ALL. Can we make a
pact to drop this subject? Too many bad vibes going on & there is no longer
a problem. 
Pam

25) From: Gene Smith
Pam wrote:
Ok, here't the deal, the way I understand it. THe offering that was so
generously made & with good intentions, is now open to ALL. Can we make a
pact to drop this subject? Too many bad vibes going on & there is no longer
a problem.
Aww, Pam...once you get yer armor on and get hoisted all the way up on that
damn horse...
gene

26) From: Bill Martin
Bad Vibes!!  My kinda talk.  Howzit, Pam.  Aloha kakahiaka!  Aloha ka 
kou!
bill
On May 3, 2004, at 5:26 AM, Pamela Chadwick wrote:
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 From the fertile slopes of Kilauea Volcano on the Big Island

27) From: Jeffrey Pawlan
Dear Pam,
  It was good to hear your opinions about the two roasts I sent you. Here is how
I roasted them:
'A' was the completely unmodified HotTop profile.
you wrote:  A. It was aromatic, earthy & full bodied.
'B' was also done in the HotTop but I used a variac to reduce the voltage
beginning at first crack and thus lengthened the time to the 2nd crack and finish.
You wrote:  B. It was not as full bodied or at all earthy. But it appeared to
be more balanced.
Of course the type of bean will affect the outcome of this modified ramp but I
do recommend it.  Bob Yellin taught it to me.
Regards,
Jeffrey Pawlan

28) From: Pamela Chadwick
Jeffery,
What did you reduce the voltage to? And did you leave it reduced the entire
time?
Pam
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finish.
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to
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29) From: Darksta986
Hello,
I am offering the following three green beans in return to one lucky person:
10oz. Aged Sumatra Lintong (a little to funky for my taste)
8oz.   Ethiopian Yirgacheffe 
8oz.  Papua New Guinea -Kimel A 4689
Please send emails off list by 8:00 PM Sunday.
Have a Great Weekend!
Dave

30) From: Darksta986
My 1 year old Vizla picked Tom Sanders as the winner. Please shoot me your 
address off list.
Thanks to everyone that participated!
Dave

31) From: Scott Jensen
I brought back a small amount of green coffee (1 kilo) from Tazzo d'Oro,
near the Pantheon in Rome.  It's their Regina Blend and I have 2 -250gr
samples to offer as a tradition offering.  I wanted to offer something much
sooner but I didn't have a puppy or cute animal to draw the winner for me,
so I had to wait!  Now that we do have a cute puppy I can finally offer a
tradition, however my only option may be to chose the readable ones that are
left after she destroys the rest.  So if you would like to try this coffee,
send me an email off list and I'll let the puppy maul the entries on Sat.
Scott Jensen

32) From: Barry Luterman
This is a multi-part message in MIME format.
My turn to offer a Tradition. Richard Stewart made me a box for my Zass. =
Unfortunately it got shipped via freighter. May not see it till =
Thanksgiving. So will offer my tradition now. I've got a Cory rod in =
Mint condition. Scored two on e-bay. Have tested it out and it works =
beautifully in the Bodum Santos pot. Made several pots with both rods =
and never experienced a stall. Plus the coffee tastes better without the =
plastic disc and steel spring added to the brew.
If you would like one Cory Rod shipped priority mail. Notify me off =
list. Drawing to be held Saturday Sept. 4,
2004.
Barry

33) From: Les
I owe a tradition.  I will put names in a hat and draw for a Coffee
Burl Pen.  The pen can be viewed at www.thortamper.com/pageseven.html 
Please email your entry to les  I will keep the
tradition open until Saturday noon Pacific time.

34) From: Michael Wascher
Les,
Cool pen! 
Enter me in the contest please.
--MikeW
On Tue, 19 Oct 2004 18:01:37 -0700, Les  wrote:
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-- 
"Insanity -- a perfectly rational adjustment to an insane world."
  -- R. D. Laing

35) From: miKe mcKoffee
No, we are the List, we do not enter people, we do not create more
competition against ourselves, people enter themselves off-list. (When all
else fails read directions:-)
Kona Konnaisseur miKe mcKoffee
URL to Rosto mods, FrankenFormer etc.http://mdmint.home.comcast.net/coffee/Rosto_mod.htm

36) From: Andy Thomas
I am WAY overdue to offer something, and since
Tradition activity seems slow at the moment, this
seems a good time.
I am offering a West Bend Poppery (the original
model). I have both unmodified and heater-switched --
your choice.
If you are interested, email me OFF-LIST, with
"Tradition" in the subject line. I will choose at
random on Monday 11/29.
Andy Thomas
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37) From: Darksta986
I'm offering up the book "Home Coffee Roasting" by Kenneth Davids.
Names will be placed in the dog bowl and drawn this Sunday 1/23.
 
Good Luck,
Dave
 

38) From: Darksta986
The winner of the book is Gene Smith.
Please send your address and the book will be placed in the mail tomorrow  
afternoon.
 
Dave
 

39) From: Brett Mason
Brett Mason
 (attn: Gene Smith)
2126 Mignon Way
Placentia, CA 92870
I'll make sure he eventually gets it...
On Sun, 23 Jan 2005 17:23:45 EST, Darksta986  wrote:
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-- 
Regards,
Brett Mason
 HomeRoast
      __]_
   _(( )_  Please don't spill the coffee!

40) From: Gene Smith
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Brett, you are some considerate guy!  But I would feel just terrible 
putting you to all that trouble...I simply can't allow that sort of 
self-sacrifice for my benefit.
Gene Smith
riding the wild learning curve, in Houston

41) From: Brett Mason
OK I agree - please send it directly to Gene.
But if there is some problem with delivery, please route the shipment
through my house.  We will ensure the information is delivered to
Gene!
Thanks all,
You're a lot of fun!
Brett
On Sun, 23 Jan 2005 17:54:21 -0600, Gene Smith  wrote:
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-- 
Regards,
Brett Mason
 HomeRoast
      __]_
   _(( )_  Please don't spill the coffee!

42) From: Pecan Jim Gundlach
This is one of the messages that did not get through:
Writing an explanation is on my gotta do list.  Below is the items from =
the archive that started it.  Since then, we have decided that the 
giver pay shipping in all except the unusually expensive givings.   In =
addition, people have gone more to random selection from entries 
received by a deadline rather than first responder.
jim gundlach
Topic: A Dave Huddle Tradition (5 msgs / 91 lines)
  1) From: jim gundlach
I am the beneficiary of Dave Hudddle’s offer of a vacuum pot gasket.  =
=
He
had it. It would not work for him so he offered it to someone on the
list for postage.  I e-mailed first so I got it.  He will ship it and
when I get it I will send him the postage. To make it a tradition, I
have a new outside burr for the Solis 166, I think it is the same as 
for =
the 177 and the Mastero (sp?).  I paid $25.00 for it and it did not fix =
=
my grinder so I ordered a Rocky.
I am offering the new burr to the first person on the list to e-mail
me.  They must agree to the same arrangement plus agree to keep it
going.  That is, agree to pay me the price for shipping after you get 
it =
and offer something else coffee related to the list.   Just offer it to =
=
the first taker on the list who agrees to pay shipping and agrees to
offer something else to the list under the same conditions.
Jim Gundlach
roasting over pecan wood fires
in La Place, Alabama
homeroast mailing 
lishttp://lists.sweetmarias.com/mailman/listinfo/homeroast  2) From: Mike McGinness
The tradition continues. I was the first to contact Jim for the Solis 
upper
burr. Figured a spare would be good to have for my Maestro. (While
continuing to eye the Mazzer Mini, Christmas maybe...)
I have two nice 2.5oz Stainless Steel Italian Made Espresso cups I never
use. They're straight sided with gold-toned 'wire' looping handles. They
really are nice, no saucers. (Since I got the heavy crystal demitasse 
cups
off eBay I can't get passed pulling shots into them and watching the 
crema
form! It's beeeaaauuutttiiifffuuulll;-) They go to the first to contact =
me
off list. Their yours for the same agreement. I'll send 'em to you, you =
then
send me the $ to cover the shipping and offer something to the list 
under
the same conditions.
MM;-)
Variable Variac Rockin' Rosto Roasting in Vancouver, WA USA
homeroast mailing 
lishttp://lists.sweetmarias.com/mailman/listinfo/homeroast  3) From: Mike Gallant
I'll take 'em off your hands. Let me know if I'm in time...
-mike
--
Mike Gallant
pischke
gallant
homeroast mailing 
lishttp://lists.sweetmarias.com/mailman/listinfo/homeroast  4) From: Scott Jensen
This time I scooped you Mike!! :)
Scott Jensen
  5) From: Mike Gallant
         My own fault - I meant to send directly to Mike, somehow sent =
to
the list (a lot of that going around lately :) and the email took two
days to bubble up (sent it Friday night). Just as well - I don't even
use the espresso cups I have (no, those are not sour grapes... ;)
-mike
On Sunday, September 22, 2002, at 05:37 PM, Scott Jensen wrote:
homeroast mailing 
lishttp://lists.sweetmarias.com/mailman/listinfo/homeroastOn Feb 16, 2005, at 3:22 PM, Neil Atwood wrote:
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<Snip>
"The espresso machine is an accessory to the grinder, not the other way =
around."
This is one of the messages that did not get through:
Writing an explanation is on my gotta do list.  Below is the items
from the archive that started it.  Since then, we have decided that
the giver pay shipping in all except the unusually expensive givings.  =
In addition, people have gone more to random selection from entries
received by a deadline rather than first responder.
jim gundlach
=
Times
=
VerdanaTopic:
VerdanaA Dave Huddle
Tradition (5 msgs / 91 lines)
 1) From: jim gundlach 
I am the beneficiary of Dave Hudddle’s offer of a vacuum pot gasket.  =
=
He 
had it. It would not work for him so he offered it to someone on the 
list for postage.  I e-mailed first so I got it.  He will ship it and 
when I get it I will send him the postage. To make it a tradition, I 
have a new outside burr for the Solis 166, I think it is the same as
for =
the 177 and the Mastero (sp?).  I paid $25.00 for it and it did not
fix =
my grinder so I ordered a Rocky.
I am offering the new burr to the first person on the list to e-mail 
me.  They must agree to the same arrangement plus agree to keep it 
going.  That is, agree to pay me the price for shipping after you get
it =
and offer something else coffee related to the list.   Just offer it
to =
the first taker on the list who agrees to pay shipping and agrees to 
offer something else to the list under the same conditions.
Jim Gundlach
roasting over pecan wood fires
in La Place, Alabama
homeroast mailing
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list0000,0000,EEEhttp://lists.sweetmarias.com/mailm=an/listinfo/homeroast
 2) From: Mike McGinness
The tradition continues. I was the first to contact Jim for the Solis
upper
burr. Figured a spare would be good to have for my Maestro. (While
continuing to eye the Mazzer Mini, Christmas maybe...)
I have two nice 2.5oz Stainless Steel Italian Made Espresso cups I
never
use. They're straight sided with gold-toned 'wire' looping handles.
They
really are nice, no saucers. (Since I got the heavy crystal demitasse
cups
off eBay I can't get passed pulling shots into them and watching the
crema
form! It's beeeaaauuutttiiifffuuulll;-) They go to the first to
contact me
off list. Their yours for the same agreement. I'll send 'em to you,
you then
send me the $ to cover the shipping and offer something to the list
under
the same conditions.
MM;-)
Variable Variac Rockin' Rosto Roasting in Vancouver, WA USA
homeroast mailing
=
list0000,0000,EEEhttp://lists.sweetmarias.com/mailm=an/listinfo/homeroast
 3) From: Mike Gallant
I'll take 'em off your hands. Let me know if I'm in time...
-mike
--
Mike Gallant
pischke
gallant
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homeroast mailing
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list0000,0000,EEEhttp://lists.sweetmarias.com/mailm=an/listinfo/homeroast
 4) From: Scott Jensen
This time I scooped you Mike!! :)
Scott Jensen
 5) From: Mike Gallant 
        My own fault - I meant to send directly to Mike, somehow sent
to 
the list (a lot of that going around lately :) and the email took two 
days to bubble up (sent it Friday night). Just as well - I don't even 
use the espresso cups I have (no, those are not sour grapes... ;)
-mike
On Sunday, September 22, 2002, at 05:37 PM, Scott Jensen wrote:
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list0000,0000,EEEhttp://lists.sweetmarias.com/mailm=an/listinfo/homeroast
Courier
On Feb 16, 2005, at 3:22 PM, Neil Atwood wrote:
As a relative newcomer to the list, could someone explain the
process of these 'traditions'?
I have sort of picked the general gist, but it would be nice to know
the details.
The term 'tradition' (in this context) is not generally known in Oz...
Thanks
Neil A.
Sydney, Oz

43) From: Gene Smith
<Snip>
from the archive that started it.  Since then, we have decided that the
giver pay shipping in all except the unusually expensive givings.   In
addition, people have gone more to random selection from entries
received by a deadline rather than first responder.
jim gundlach
In a nutshell, it's a potlatch...but nobody expects anybody to spend 
themselves outta their wigwam over it.
It's also a lovely and perfect reflection of the generosity of the people 
on this list.
Gene Smith
riding the wild learning curve, in Houston

44) From: Ira
Hi
In another life, www.lazaino.com , I sell towels and while making 
them I end up with lots of 6" wide pieces of really nice cotton 
terry. I've spent years trying to figure out what to do with them and 
one of the latest uses has been making 6"x11" towels that I stack by 
the espresso bar and use for various things. I find them really 
useful for keeping things clean. I picked up a stainless can at a 
restaurant supply and use that as a hamper for the dirty ones which 
go in with the whites every wash. Saves on paper towels and works better.
I'm also the guy that wrote BehmorThing and there's a PayPal link on 
my web site where people can donate if the feel so inclined.
Anyway, I just cut up a case of towels and now have another pile of 
towel edges to get rid of so if you're interested in a USPS Priority 
mail box full of really small towels, send me a private email with 
your address and the amount of donations you think I've received so 
far.  The person who guesses closest without going over wins.
Ira
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45) From: Jon Segal
$99.00
Jon
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46) From: Ira
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I neglected to put an end date, but it's been over a week and I've 
had no new entries in a few days so I'll consider it over. 
Interestingly enough the person who guessed the biggest number won. 
For those of you who are curious the guesses were between 0 and 
$99.  And one of them read my web site and guessed $35 and some coffee.
For what it's worth 3 people sent off list with an address, 1 person 
sent off list with no address and the person with the best guess 
replied on list with no address.
And the winner was Jon Segal with a guess of $99.
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47) From: Jon Segal
ira my address at work is as follows:
Jon Segal
c/o Kutchins, Robbins & Diamond, Ltd.
1101 Perimeter Drive Suite 760
Schaumburg, Illinois 60713
Didn't mean to forget my address.
Jon
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