[Homeroast] What Coffee Do You Buy, When You Can't Roast
bkamnetz at gmail.com
Sun Jul 14 15:34:44 CDT 2013
I agree, Bob. It's fun to see some activity again. When I joined the list
there were LOTS of posts, I bet 40-50 per day, so many that I established a
gmail account just for this list! I am not handy with tools, don't know
much about electricity except that I stay away from it whenever possible,
but those things interest me and I always enjoy the more technical posts.
And the ones from people like me too, of course.
On Sun, Jul 14, 2013 at 2:40 PM, Bob Hazen <peatmonster at comcast.net> wrote:
> Chuckle.... The Romans had a forum too. I remember the "good ole days"
> of this list, forum, whateveryawannacallit. On occasion there was some
> similarity to the Roman version. The revival of this list is reminding me
> of a family reunion. Some old farts, some new folks, some happy, some
> grouchy. But always a lively bunch.
> When I can't roast, or get lazy, all it takes is a can of Foulgers and I'm
> back to roasting. Even the specialty roasters in this area don't seem to
> better my own roast.
> ----- Original Message ----- From: "gin powell" <pchforever at gmail.com>
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> to the list...
>> I have been around a long time on the list...
>> Forums are too
>> your comment is a moot point. life is too
>> you take what you want from here but do you use that information to help
>> or is it simply for you???
>> this is a forum regardless of how you see it, what you call it -
>> this is a forum for coffee.
>> why is that an issue for you or anyone???\
>> makes no difference what you call a coffee list it is a forum for
>> this has always been the best place for general coffee talk. yes other
>> forums have come into place for
>> the same reasons but have evolved into specific topics because that is
>> way members took/take
>> the conversations.
>> is SM not a place to be because it is not as populated as it was 6 years
>> ago, no of course not.
>> to say that you are the only place to have long conversations is stupid
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