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Topic: Old Roaster (15 msgs / 226 lines)
1) From: William Young II

Has anyone seen this yet?

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2) From: peter zulkowski
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Looks like more fun :)
PeterZ
Still popper roasting here in LHC
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3) From: Ben Treichel
Leave it alone its MINE, MINE, MINE, MINE, MINE, MINE, MINE, MINE, MINE, 
MINE, MINE, MINE, MINE, MINE.  I hope.
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4) From: Dan Bollinger
LOL!   I think I'll bid on it just to help the seller out....   Just kiddin'.
Looks like pretty cool. The drum is excellent. Not that it is deep drawn with a
slip lid.  They must have made a lot of these. You'll need one of those old cord
sets. Like they used on old perks and kitchen appliances.
Removing that drum while hot will be painful. Since the enclosure, drum and
heaters have low heat density, I'd unplug it, lift the lid and let everything
cool in place.  Good luck!
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5) From: AlChemist John
Sometime around 20:02 1/5/2004, William Young II typed:
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No I had not, but I rather like the look (and the price).  A wind up 
roaster, how cute (and maybe functional)
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John Nanci 
AlChemist at large
Zen Roasting and Blending by Gestalthttp://www.dreamsandbones.net/blog/

6) From: AlChemist John
Even if you did not mean it that way, I think you just came up with a new 
"group" term.  A murder of crows, a gaggle of geese, a quiver of roasting 
equipment.
Sometime around 22:24 1/5/2004, gin typed:
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John Nanci 
AlChemist at large
Zen Roasting and Blending by Gestalthttp://www.dreamsandbones.net/blog/

7) From: AlChemist John
Sometime around 23:26 1/5/2004, Ben Treichel typed:
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Are you scottergp?  I would hate to try and out bid a list mate.
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John Nanci 
AlChemist at large
Zen Roasting and Blending by Gestalthttp://www.dreamsandbones.net/blog/

8) From: Ben Treichel
Hey, it will make a nice museum piece if anything. 500 watts and no 
insulation does not sound like a good combination for a decent roaster. 
And I migth learn a trick or two studying it.
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9) From: Ben Treichel
Nope, J.W. Bullfrog. I don't bid until someone is ready to pay for it. 
Remember the old saying, Money talks, and Bullshit walks. Normally, 
anything before the last hour is just the Bullshitters (IMHO). You bid 
that early you aren't intending on buying it.
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10) From: Gene Smith
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Ben, it is a proven fact that repressing your emotions has a bad long term
effect on your psyche.  Let it out, man!  Tell us how you really feel about
it!  You'll feel much better.  (Really)
Gene Smith
who hopes you get it, too.

11) From: Gene Smith
AlChemist John writes:
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I dunno, John...sounds way too neat to me.  Perhaps a 'plumbing' of roasting
equipment...
I also suspect some spouses might feel the word 'junkyard' might come in
handy in there somewhere, too.
Gene Smith
riding the wild learning curve in Houston

12) From: AlChemist John
That is just it.  A quiver does indeed sound neat. Not that we need to put 
a positive spin or anything on our obse, ah er hobby.  We are all of course 
fully and highly organized in everything we do, with all things in their 
place and never a touch of excessive equipment or paraphernalia.
Getting out of my hip boots now....
Sometime around 06:46 1/6/2004, Gene Smith typed:
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John Nanci 
AlChemist at large
Zen Roasting and Blending by Gestalthttp://www.dreamsandbones.net/blog/

13) From: Dave Huddle
How about 'roaster roster' for the collection.
Dave
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14) From: Gene Smith
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weather.
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Well, of course you do!
Unfortunately, here in Houston, driving anything smaller than a pickup truck
is equivalent to wearing a Kill Me! sign on your back.
Gene Smith
who fancies a nice vintage Lambretta...

15) From: Gene Smith
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Keyword: GAME.  Which is why things regularly sell on ebay for more than new
retail.  Ain't auctions exciting?  I wonder how long us monkeys was down
from the tree branches before the first auctioneer figured this out?
Gene Smith
riding the wild learning curve in Houston


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