[Homeroast] Roasted a bit darker than I wanted.

Joseph Robertson theotherjo at gmail.com
Sat May 15 15:51:38 CDT 2010

You can have it anyway you like it. I was trying to quote someone else. But
if I misquoted someone I really appreciate you bringing it to my attention.
You kind of remind me of my mother. She would ( if she was still alive that
is. ) correct every world I misspoke or misspelled. I was always very nice
and respectful of her as I will be of you and take it in stride as I sip a
wonder cup of Toms coffee.
Ohhh, before I get steered away from this thread because of this great
drink, if you teach any part time classes in science or physics or might
consider tutoring I want to sign up. I might be a serious coffee geek but I
have a long way to go to get on your page when it comes to physics.
PS, my spelling and grammer is better because of my mother.

On Sat, May 15, 2010 at 12:50 AM, <raymanowen at gmail.com> wrote:

> "... the longer/darker the roast the less dense the result, thus, less
> resistance for the shot"
> The particulate size out of the grinder is adjustable, and the tamping
> force
> is adjustable too.  Does the statement in double quotes negate all of this,
> or have we found a way to violate the laws of physics?
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