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Date: 21 Aug 2007 03:26:15
From: javagonzo
Subject: hey coffee-holics... green beans
Hey Kids,
Gonzo here. Life's been crazy. I was reflecting on the past year: one year
ago I wasn't married and I had no children.

One year later.... ;)

Thankfully I have a beautiful wife who, while not claming to be a coffee
drinker by any stretch of the imagination, indulges me with the coffee
hobby. And from time-to-time I make it back here to my old digital stomping
grounds (no pun intended... really) to catch up on the threads. But I've not
noticed much posting for certain green coffee purveyors and so I'd like to
give props to my friends over at Coffeeproject.com. I don't buy as often as
I used to but I still get treated well from that group when I do.

Check 'em out.

Gonz

ps- this was not a paid advertisement; just a hardy "thank you and let me
show you I like you" for a particular on-line vendor






 
Date: 24 Aug 2007 20:52:21
From: javagonzo
Subject: Re: hey coffee-holics... green beans
Thanks, guys! :)
It is nice to have a Welcome Back.

You know what? I was reflecting the other night how much change there's
been in the specialty coffee world this past decade or so. But then I
hopped on here and realized that some things (and people *grins*) don't
change.

Gonz

"javagonzo" <javagonzo@sbcglobal.net > wrote in message
news:rXsyi.470$JD.74@newssvr21.news.prodigy.net...
> Hey Kids,
> Gonzo here. Life's been crazy. I was reflecting on the past year: one
> year ago I wasn't married and I had no children.
>
> One year later.... ;)
>
> Thankfully I have a beautiful wife who, while not claming to be a coffee
> drinker by any stretch of the imagination, indulges me with the coffee
> hobby. And from time-to-time I make it back here to my old digital
> stomping grounds (no pun intended... really) to catch up on the threads.
> But I've not noticed much posting for certain green coffee purveyors and
> so I'd like to give props to my friends over at Coffeeproject.com. I
> don't buy as often as I used to but I still get treated well from that
> group when I do.
>
> Check 'em out.
>
> Gonz
>
> ps- this was not a paid advertisement; just a hardy "thank you and let me
> show you I like you" for a particular on-line vendor
>




 
Date: 21 Aug 2007 19:54:37
From: Ed Needham
Subject: Re: hey coffee-holics... green beans
Congratulations. Life comes at you fast.
Enjoy the changes...and drink great coffee.
Good to see you posting again.
--
*********************
Ed Needham
"to absurdity and beyond!"
http://www.homeroaster.com
*********************

"javagonzo" <javagonzo@sbcglobal.net > wrote in message
news:rXsyi.470$JD.74@newssvr21.news.prodigy.net...
> Hey Kids,
> Gonzo here. Life's been crazy. I was reflecting on the past year: one
> year ago I wasn't married and I had no children.
>
> One year later.... ;)
>
> Thankfully I have a beautiful wife who, while not claming to be a coffee
> drinker by any stretch of the imagination, indulges me with the coffee
> hobby. And from time-to-time I make it back here to my old digital
> stomping grounds (no pun intended... really) to catch up on the threads.
> But I've not noticed much posting for certain green coffee purveyors and
> so I'd like to give props to my friends over at Coffeeproject.com. I
> don't buy as often as I used to but I still get treated well from that
> group when I do.
>
> Check 'em out.
>
> Gonz
>
> ps- this was not a paid advertisement; just a hardy "thank you and let me
> show you I like you" for a particular on-line vendor
>




 
Date: 21 Aug 2007 18:41:52
From: North Sullivan
Subject: Re: hey coffee-holics... green beans
On Tue, 21 Aug 2007 03:26:15 GMT, "javagonzo"
<javagonzo@sbcglobal.net > wrote:

>Hey Kids,
>Gonzo here. Life's been crazy. I was reflecting on the past year: one year
>ago I wasn't married and I had no children.
>
>One year later.... ;)
>

>
>Check 'em out.
>
>Gonz
>

Glad to hear you're still alive and kickin'. As I was contemplating
the end of my coffeeshop journey the other day, I thinking about your
trip over here before I opened up shop. You oughta see the line out
the door on a busy morning. :)

North Sullivan
(never did quite get the traffic/flow thing down all that well)


 
Date: 21 Aug 2007 17:28:05
From: Ken Wilson
Subject: Re: hey coffee-holics... green beans
Well, well.

I still think of you when i wander around our local dept stores and look at
all the poncy designer kettles - and smile as experience has taught me they
look good but are difficult to clean the scale out, the steam hits your hand
if you take the lid off to refill them and they are difficult to fill
through the spout.

happy days.
A little Gonz, eh? Well done.

regards

Ken " the English one" W