[Homeroast] West Bend Poppery 2
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Sun Jan 17 11:28:01 CST 2010
I love ya, Rayo, but he's gotcha here...
On Sun, Jan 17, 2010 at 1:32 AM, Ryan M. Ward
<silvercro_magnon at hotmail.com>wrote:
> "Great- and might sit a little closer to your grammar book, next time it's
> Hmmmm... should I comment on the irony of this sentence? Nah... You seem
> like a very smart person to me, somehow I think you said this on purpose. If
> you said this on purpose and I comment on the comment's irony then I risk
> looking like a fool who "does not get it." If I don't comment on it(and you
> worded it ironically), then I seem like a push over. Now if you did not say
> it on purpose and I comment on it, then I appear snooty, (but I retain some
> position for flanking the attack on my understanding of grammar). If I don't
> comment on it then I suppose I only lose position as my understanding of
> grammar has been publicly called into question. If I acknowledge the comment
> but not directly call out its irony, the ambiguity of how I am interpreting
> your intentions saves me from appearing to be both obtuse and a push
> over(which takes care of the more subtle nature of your comment). Further, I
> can take care of the questioning of my grammatical knowledge by simply
> saying that I don't watch my grammar when typing emails, but thanks for
> taking the time to point out the flaws in my email writing.
> "Yes- and I suspect you spent more time at the computer than roasting. Use
> 1/3 cup."
> 1/3 cup did not work. P.S. How much time do you spend roasting vs. on the
> computer? It only takes me about 8 minutes to roast coffee, I do this about
> 2 or 3 times a day (currently while I am learning the process). It take me
> several weeks and 2-8 hours a day to write a piece of software. So your
> assumption is correct, but I wonder why it is relevant to my question.
> "Probably the 3rd and final air popper I used. Don't try to drive with a
> busted speedometer..."
> Driving with a busted speedometer can be fun though...
> "Yes again- roast more, make single small changes and note the results"
> Thanks for I'll keep this in mind.
> Thanks Rayo your advice has been very helpful and enlightening. I will try
> harder to watch my grammar in the future.
> Ryan M. Ward
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> > Date: Sat, 16 Jan 2010 19:25:01 -0700
> > From: raymanowen at gmail.com
> > To: homeroast at lists.sweetmariascoffee.com
> > Subject: Re: [Homeroast] West Bend Poppery 2
> > I Agree with Bill- I've used air poppers, including the W-B P-II:
> > "Does any one have any experience with Poppery 2 poppers?
> > [Probably the 3rd and final air popper I used. Don't try to drive with a
> > busted speedometer...]
> > "Does my experience sound typical?
> > [Yes- and I suspect you spent more time at the computer than roasting.
> > 1/3 cup.]
> > "Is there a good fix to this?
> > [Yes again- roast more, make single small changes and note the results]
> > "I plan to try again later with less beans."
> > [Great- and might sit a little closer to your grammar book, next time
> > open]
> > Cheers, Mabuhay, Iechyd da -RayO, aka Opa!
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