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snwcmpr
10/18/2019 2:37 PM
Eth Nat Yirg Idido roasted yesterday. I dropped some off at a friends coffee shop. In a few days he will brew it and tell me what he thinks. We believe my roasts are better than what we buy.

snwcmpr
10/16/2019 2:52 PM
Thank you for all you guys do.

JackH
10/15/2019 2:02 AM
They seem to be after the shoutbox. They have been removed. I don't see anything in the forums.

snwcmpr
10/14/2019 3:27 PM
We have been hacked. A whole lot of posts that have filled up the whole forum.

snwcmpr
10/10/2019 4:49 AM
Honduras Royal Reserve today.

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dBndbit
Ginny?!?!? Are you insulting my hat or my beard? Careful, I'm mighty partial to both.

And how I store my coffee is a secret. But let's just say I figured if Kopi Luwak beans was worth so much going through a little bitty civet cat, why not kick up the production with bigger critters? Of course the cow was my first choice. But she just wanted to chew too much which ruined the beans, though her milk did pass for a respectable latte. The mule, however, just swallows the beans right down. I already made enough money from him that I painted the whole entire barn! I call it Kopi Francis.

Nobody else read this next comment but Ginny!
(((I just checked and you're right. The bean divots do look just like packrat turds! But I have to ask, how did you know?)))

My humor comes strictly from the 5th-grade playground.

:up-late::yuck:Roflmao
Jim
11 years old... forever!
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ginny
Hey your a year beyond me guy. My humor is from the 4th grade playground!!

But I have to ask, how did you know?


Since you ask:

I brought my older brother here to the mountains along with his 1965 GMC 1/4 Ton
Step Side...

The truck had been sitting for some time and when I opened the hood to check
life under it I had to use a 31 grain, 22 LR Shotshell to remove the tenants!!

ginny

still Roflmao from your great commentary!!
 
dBndbit
Mighty fine shootin, ma'am. I appreciate what it takes to use a small caliber on a varmint, even with pepper shot. My dad's hobby was shooting rats from our back window with his long-barrel 22. And my first explosive weapon was a short-barrel 22 for my 9th birthday. We generally used the BB caps or shorts. I never shot from a window, preferred walking through the woods hunting dinner-critters and unfriendly snakes. A 22 is a whole lot cheaper to load than a shotgun.

Wow, this thread has really digressed. Time to move on!

Jim
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