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Date: 18 Apr 2007 16:49:30
From: Herb Buschman
Subject: Any known health risks associated with drinking expresso?
Just a thought?




 
Date: 19 Apr 2007 07:51:03
From: John S.
Subject: Re: Any known health risks associated with drinking expresso?
On Apr 19, 10:04 am, cpaullie <spaul...@yahoo.com > wrote:
> On Apr 19, 5:52 am, "John S." <hjs...@cs.com> wrote:
>
>
>
>
>
> > On Apr 18, 10:29 pm, Herb Buschman <hbusch...@ravisloe.com> wrote:
>
> > > Nothing brings out the assholes more than a typo!
>
> > > Try to ask a serious question in this forum and you can count on all
> > > the fuckups in the neighborhood to rear they ugly heads.
>
> > > Clearly there is either a serious health risk for some that drink too
> > > much ESPRESSO -- mental illness, or perhaps it's a genetic defect
> > > inherited from their parents.
>
> > > What a bunch of loosers!
>
> > Loosely speaking one could be late to the monthly meeting of
> > Alt.Coffee if one had to stop frequently to retie shoes that were
> > loosely tied. Indeed one could be so late that one could lose their
> > membership to Alt.Coffee and be forced to consider alternate
> > membership in the Losers Club. However, the members of Alt.Coffee are
> > so throughly caffeinated that it is highly unlikely they would be late
> > for anything, least of all a meeting about a the intricacies of a
> > beverage they clearly enjoy.
>
> > So my suggestion to you is to loosen up or lose yourself in another
> > forum.
>
> Hear, Hear (Here, Here?)....great postings from this forum make my
> mornings (although I do feel sorry for the poor bastards who awaken
> the beasts) - Thanks!
>
> Paul M- Hide quoted text -
>
> - Show quoted text -

Especially if they havn't had their morning brew. Grrr...I need More
Coffee...NOW!!!
;-)



 
Date: 19 Apr 2007 07:04:02
From: cpaullie
Subject: Re: Any known health risks associated with drinking expresso?
On Apr 19, 5:52 am, "John S." <hjs...@cs.com > wrote:
> On Apr 18, 10:29 pm, Herb Buschman <hbusch...@ravisloe.com> wrote:
>
> > Nothing brings out the assholes more than a typo!
>
> > Try to ask a serious question in this forum and you can count on all
> > the fuckups in the neighborhood to rear they ugly heads.
>
> > Clearly there is either a serious health risk for some that drink too
> > much ESPRESSO -- mental illness, or perhaps it's a genetic defect
> > inherited from their parents.
>
> > What a bunch of loosers!
>
> Loosely speaking one could be late to the monthly meeting of
> Alt.Coffee if one had to stop frequently to retie shoes that were
> loosely tied. Indeed one could be so late that one could lose their
> membership to Alt.Coffee and be forced to consider alternate
> membership in the Losers Club. However, the members of Alt.Coffee are
> so throughly caffeinated that it is highly unlikely they would be late
> for anything, least of all a meeting about a the intricacies of a
> beverage they clearly enjoy.
>
> So my suggestion to you is to loosen up or lose yourself in another
> forum.

Hear, Hear (Here, Here?)....great postings from this forum make my
mornings (although I do feel sorry for the poor bastards who awaken
the beasts) - Thanks!

Paul M



  
Date: 21 Apr 2007 06:59:44
From: Herb Buschman
Subject: Re: Any known health risks associated with drinking expresso?
And yet another sycophant speaks without adding anything constructive.

On 19 Apr 2007 07:04:02 -0700, cpaullie <spaullie@yahoo.com > wrote:

>On Apr 19, 5:52 am, "John S." <hjs...@cs.com> wrote:
>> On Apr 18, 10:29 pm, Herb Buschman <hbusch...@ravisloe.com> wrote:
>>
>> > Nothing brings out the assholes more than a typo!
>>
>> > Try to ask a serious question in this forum and you can count on all
>> > the fuckups in the neighborhood to rear they ugly heads.
>>
>> > Clearly there is either a serious health risk for some that drink too
>> > much ESPRESSO -- mental illness, or perhaps it's a genetic defect
>> > inherited from their parents.
>>
>> > What a bunch of loosers!
>>
>> Loosely speaking one could be late to the monthly meeting of
>> Alt.Coffee if one had to stop frequently to retie shoes that were
>> loosely tied. Indeed one could be so late that one could lose their
>> membership to Alt.Coffee and be forced to consider alternate
>> membership in the Losers Club. However, the members of Alt.Coffee are
>> so throughly caffeinated that it is highly unlikely they would be late
>> for anything, least of all a meeting about a the intricacies of a
>> beverage they clearly enjoy.
>>
>> So my suggestion to you is to loosen up or lose yourself in another
>> forum.
>
> Hear, Hear (Here, Here?)....great postings from this forum make my
>mornings (although I do feel sorry for the poor bastards who awaken
>the beasts) - Thanks!
>
>Paul M


 
Date: 19 Apr 2007 06:44:32
From: Dave b
Subject: Re: Any known health risks associated with drinking expresso?
On Apr 19, 1:10 am, Randy G. <f...@DESPAMMOcncnet.com > wrote:
> Herb Buschman <hbusch...@ravisloe.com> wrote:
> >Nothing brings out the assholes more than a typo!
>
> One of the side-effects of excessive coffee consumption is the
> irritability caused by too much caffeine or caffeine withdrawal. You
> need to either drink more, or stop drinking coffee.
>
> >Try to ask a serious question in this forum and you can count on all
> >the fuckups in the neighborhood to rear they ugly heads.
>
> So then would you also say the kettle really is black, Mr. Pot?
>
> >Clearly there is either a serious health risk for some that drink too
> >much ESPRESSO -- mental illness, or perhaps it's a genetic defect
> >inherited from their parents.
>
> Were your parents related before marriage? No? Then it must be too
> much coffee for your excuse- DNA testing pending..
>
> >What a bunch of loosers!
>
> Welcome to the group.
>
> PLONK...
>
> doesn't deserve an internym
> Randy "" G.http://www.EspressoMyEspresso.com

Under the thin veneer of courtesy -- out comes the flaming and the
dreaded "plonk"

not really a surprise at all.


dave



 
Date: 19 Apr 2007 04:52:46
From: John S.
Subject: Re: Any known health risks associated with drinking expresso?
On Apr 18, 10:29 pm, Herb Buschman <hbusch...@ravisloe.com > wrote:
> Nothing brings out the assholes more than a typo!
>
> Try to ask a serious question in this forum and you can count on all
> the fuckups in the neighborhood to rear they ugly heads.
>
> Clearly there is either a serious health risk for some that drink too
> much ESPRESSO -- mental illness, or perhaps it's a genetic defect
> inherited from their parents.
>
> What a bunch of loosers!

Loosely speaking one could be late to the monthly meeting of
Alt.Coffee if one had to stop frequently to retie shoes that were
loosely tied. Indeed one could be so late that one could lose their
membership to Alt.Coffee and be forced to consider alternate
membership in the Losers Club. However, the members of Alt.Coffee are
so throughly caffeinated that it is highly unlikely they would be late
for anything, least of all a meeting about a the intricacies of a
beverage they clearly enjoy.

So my suggestion to you is to loosen up or lose yourself in another
forum.



  
Date: 21 Apr 2007 06:57:21
From: Herb Buschman
Subject: Re: Any known health risks associated with drinking expresso?
Suggestion IGNORED!!!

On 19 Apr 2007 04:52:46 -0700, "John S." <hjsjms@cs.com > wrote:

>On Apr 18, 10:29 pm, Herb Buschman <hbusch...@ravisloe.com> wrote:
>> Nothing brings out the assholes more than a typo!
>>
>> Try to ask a serious question in this forum and you can count on all
>> the fuckups in the neighborhood to rear they ugly heads.
>>
>> Clearly there is either a serious health risk for some that drink too
>> much ESPRESSO -- mental illness, or perhaps it's a genetic defect
>> inherited from their parents.
>>
>> What a bunch of loosers!
>
>Loosely speaking one could be late to the monthly meeting of
>Alt.Coffee if one had to stop frequently to retie shoes that were
>loosely tied. Indeed one could be so late that one could lose their
>membership to Alt.Coffee and be forced to consider alternate
>membership in the Losers Club. However, the members of Alt.Coffee are
>so throughly caffeinated that it is highly unlikely they would be late
>for anything, least of all a meeting about a the intricacies of a
>beverage they clearly enjoy.
>
>So my suggestion to you is to loosen up or lose yourself in another
>forum.


 
Date: 19 Apr 2007 04:38:54
From: John S.
Subject: Re: Any known health risks associated with drinking expresso?
On Apr 18, 11:14 pm, "Brent" <m...@privacy.net > wrote:
> > Just a thought?
>
> biggest risk is from to much caffeine as far as I know, but I am also
> unaware of anyone here getting near a lethal dose...

As is the case when one over-indulges with H2O.



  
Date: 19 Apr 2007 09:33:34
From: J. Clarke
Subject: Re: Any known health risks associated with drinking expresso?
John S. wrote:
> On Apr 18, 11:14 pm, "Brent" <m...@privacy.net> wrote:
>>> Just a thought?
>>
>> biggest risk is from to much caffeine as far as I know, but I am also
>> unaware of anyone here getting near a lethal dose...
>
> As is the case when one over-indulges with H2O.

However since espresso contains that deadly poison one would expect the
result of drinking too much espresso to be similar. But caffeine is a
diuretic so one might not be able to hold it long enough to get into
that particular kind of trouble. Of course by the time one drank that
much espresso one would be stoned out of one's gourd.

--
--
--John
to email, dial "usenet" and validate
(was jclarke at eye bee em dot net)




  
Date: 19 Apr 2007 23:38:10
From: Natalie Drest
Subject: Re: Any known health risks associated with drinking expresso?

"John S." <hjsjms@cs.com > wrote in message
news:1176982734.570839.70350@y80g2000hsf.googlegroups.com...
> On Apr 18, 11:14 pm, "Brent" <m...@privacy.net> wrote:
>> > Just a thought?
>>
>> biggest risk is from to much caffeine as far as I know, but I am also
>> unaware of anyone here getting near a lethal dose...
>
> As is the case when one over-indulges with H2O.
>

...not to mention the dangers of Dihydrogen Monoxide:
http://www.dhmo.org/facts.html




 
Date: 19 Apr 2007 03:08:32
From: abimer
Subject: Re: Any known health risks associated with drinking expresso?
You probably wouldn't want to write an abusive post about typos and
then spell "losers" wrongly. Someone would be bound to pick that one
up.

As for your serious question - do you mean a health risk for espresso
as opposed to other types of coffee, or health risks associated with
coffee and caffeine in general? Perhaps due to the benefits of
caffeine, it took me 30 seconds to find the following:

According to the American Dietetic Association (2004), " [w]hile many
studies have explored connections between caffeine and health issues
like cancer, cardiovascular disease and osteoporosis, no evidence has
been found to link moderate caffeine intake to these or other health
risks."




On Apr 19, 2:29 pm, Herb Buschman <hbusch...@ravisloe.com > wrote:
> Nothing brings out the assholes more than a typo!
>
> Try to ask a serious question in this forum and you can count on all
> the fuckups in the neighborhood to rear they ugly heads.
>
> Clearly there is either a serious health risk for some that drink too
> much ESPRESSO -- mental illness, or perhaps it's a genetic defect
> inherited from their parents.
>
> What a bunch of loosers!



  
Date: 19 Apr 2007 23:29:58
From: Natalie Drest
Subject: Re: Any known health risks associated with drinking expresso?

"abimer" <paumcb12@gmail.com > wrote in message
news:1176977311.968214.108250@p77g2000hsh.googlegroups.com...
> You probably wouldn't want to write an abusive post about typos and
> then spell "losers" wrongly. Someone would be bound to pick that one
> up.
>
Yes, they might 'rear they ugly heads'!!!




 
Date: 18 Apr 2007 20:21:59
From:
Subject: Re: Any known health risks associated with drinking expresso?
Say, Herb------now don't confuse me with all those loosers [sic], but
around here we don't care much what you say as long as you spell it
right (and/or have a sense of humor.) Swearing is frowned upon (for
all those reasons our mothers taught us.) Aside from that, racist
remarks or disparaging entire categories and groups of people is
likely to bring some of us fanatics out of the woodwork. Mindless,
idiotic bickering is still tolerated, so you might explore that small
niche if you can manage to control your temper.
Martin


On Apr 18, 7:29 pm, Herb Buschman <hbusch...@ravisloe.com > wrote:
> Nothing brings out the assholes more than a typo!
>
> Try to ask a serious question in this forum and you can count on all
> the fuckups in the neighborhood to rear they ugly heads.
>
> Clearly there is either a serious health risk for some that drink too
> much ESPRESSO -- mental illness, or perhaps it's a genetic defect
> inherited from their parents.
>
> What a bunch of loosers!
>
> On Wed, 18 Apr 2007 14:54:09 -0400, "Davlo" <d...@cox.net> wrote:
>
> >"Herb Buschman" <hbusch...@ravisloe.com> wrote in message
> >news:huic231hnbk5403i265770nn3bn4d1n8v4@4ax.com...
> >> Just a thought?
>
> >Yes, expresso is deadly and will kill you slowly after first making your IQ
> >fall precipitously. Better to stick to drinking espresso.




 
Date: 19 Apr 2007 15:14:00
From: Brent
Subject: Re: Any known health risks associated with drinking expresso?
> Just a thought?

biggest risk is from to much caffeine as far as I know, but I am also
unaware of anyone here getting near a lethal dose...




 
Date: 19 Apr 2007 13:51:42
From: Brent
Subject: Re: Any known health risks associated with drinking expresso?
absolutely there are risks, for instance, I have a headache at the moment
that is partially due to a wowfully low amount of actual sleep, which
resulted in a mere double espresso when I left the house this morning, my
caffiene system is thus out of balance, I need more espresso...

oh the risk is I will have to go somewhere and get something to curb the
headache, and it may be a bad shot and the risk of this could be...

(from http://www.stuff.co.nz/4030294a12855.html )
" 'Coffee rage' land Nelson man in jail
The Nelson Mail


 
Date: 18 Apr 2007 17:43:38
From: John S.
Subject: Re: Any known health risks associated with drinking expresso?
On Apr 18, 12:49 pm, Herb Buschman <hbusch...@ravisloe.com > wrote:
> Just a thought?

You are asking whether a specific kind of coffee poses health risks on
a coffee enthusiasts forum?



 
Date: 19 Apr 2007 00:39:25
From: Barry Jarrett
Subject: Re: Any known health risks associated with drinking expresso?
On Wed, 18 Apr 2007 16:49:30 GMT, Herb Buschman
<hbuschman@ravisloe.com > wrote:

>Just a thought?


i hope not!



 
Date: 18 Apr 2007 12:10:36
From: Ross Wentworth
Subject: Re: Any known health risks associated with drinking expresso?
Herb Buschman wrote:
> Just a thought?

The only health risk is to people who come between me and my coffee.

--
Ross


 
Date: 18 Apr 2007 11:53:53
From: I->Ian
Subject: Re: Any known health risks associated with drinking expresso?
On Wed, 18 Apr 2007 16:49:30 GMT, Herb Buschman
<hbuschman@ravisloe.com > wrote:

>Just a thought?

Justa one - OCD


 
Date: 18 Apr 2007 14:54:09
From: Davlo
Subject: Re: Any known health risks associated with drinking expresso?

"Herb Buschman" <hbuschman@ravisloe.com > wrote in message
news:huic231hnbk5403i265770nn3bn4d1n8v4@4ax.com...
> Just a thought?

Yes, expresso is deadly and will kill you slowly after first making your IQ
fall precipitously. Better to stick to drinking espresso.




  
Date: 19 Apr 2007 02:29:23
From: Herb Buschman
Subject: Re: Any known health risks associated with drinking expresso?
Nothing brings out the assholes more than a typo!

Try to ask a serious question in this forum and you can count on all
the fuckups in the neighborhood to rear they ugly heads.

Clearly there is either a serious health risk for some that drink too
much ESPRESSO -- mental illness, or perhaps it's a genetic defect
inherited from their parents.

What a bunch of loosers!


On Wed, 18 Apr 2007 14:54:09 -0400, "Davlo" <davlo@cox.net > wrote:

>
>"Herb Buschman" <hbuschman@ravisloe.com> wrote in message
>news:huic231hnbk5403i265770nn3bn4d1n8v4@4ax.com...
>> Just a thought?
>
>Yes, expresso is deadly and will kill you slowly after first making your IQ
>fall precipitously. Better to stick to drinking espresso.
>


   
Date: 18 Apr 2007 22:10:40
From: Randy G.
Subject: Re: Any known health risks associated with drinking expresso?
Herb Buschman <hbuschman@ravisloe.com > wrote:

>Nothing brings out the assholes more than a typo!
>
One of the side-effects of excessive coffee consumption is the
irritability caused by too much caffeine or caffeine withdrawal. You
need to either drink more, or stop drinking coffee.

>Try to ask a serious question in this forum and you can count on all
>the fuckups in the neighborhood to rear they ugly heads.
>
So then would you also say the kettle really is black, Mr. Pot?

>Clearly there is either a serious health risk for some that drink too
>much ESPRESSO -- mental illness, or perhaps it's a genetic defect
>inherited from their parents.
>
Were your parents related before marriage? No? Then it must be too
much coffee for your excuse- DNA testing pending..

>What a bunch of loosers!
>
Welcome to the group.

PLONK...

doesn't deserve an internym
Randy "" G.
http://www.EspressoMyEspresso.com




   
Date: 19 Apr 2007 15:12:39
From: Brent
Subject: Re: Any known health risks associated with drinking expresso?
Gee Herb that was a mature response.

I think the best comment you received (aside from the tongue in cheek
responses) was from John S, and the next one, that hit the nail on the head
was Robert Harmon.

or did you only read the snide remarks made in jest (cos if you were
familiar with this group you would have expected the response you got)




 
Date: 18 Apr 2007 10:09:03
From: Randy G.
Subject: Re: Any known health risks associated with drinking expresso?
Herb Buschman <hbuschman@ravisloe.com > wrote:

>Just a thought?

http://www.google.com/search?q=coffee+health+risks
coffee health risks - 3,530,000 hits

http://www.google.com/search?q=caffeine+health+risks
caffeine health risks - 1,180,000 hits

http://www.google.com/search?q=espresso+health+risks
espresso health risks - 699,000 hits

There's 5,409,000 thoughts (not counting duplicates). let us know what
you find.


Randy "Totally Easy Electronic Research Inc." G.
http://www.EspressoMyEspresso.com





  
Date: 18 Apr 2007 18:31:58
From: Robert Harmon
Subject: Re: Any known health risks associated with drinking expresso?
Howdy Randy!

You missed one: Concern shown in this forum - 0
--
Robert (Gig 'em!) Harmon
www.tinyurl.com/mb4uj - My coffee pages
www.tinyurl.com/2tnv87 - Guidelines for newbies.
www.tinyurl.com/37gwfr - I may have stuff available for sale here.

"Randy G." <frcn@DESPAMMOcncnet.com > wrote in message
news:bojc23p1ajh7gp3f1raj6jve3ijk4ret65@4ax.com...
> Herb Buschman <hbuschman@ravisloe.com> wrote:
>
>>Just a thought?
>
> http://www.google.com/search?q=coffee+health+risks
> coffee health risks - 3,530,000 hits
>
> http://www.google.com/search?q=caffeine+health+risks
> caffeine health risks - 1,180,000 hits
>
> http://www.google.com/search?q=espresso+health+risks
> espresso health risks - 699,000 hits
>
> There's 5,409,000 thoughts (not counting duplicates). let us know what
> you find.
>
>
> Randy "Totally Easy Electronic Research Inc." G.
> http://www.EspressoMyEspresso.com
>
>
>