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Old 04-27-2011, 12:22 PM   #21
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I drink mine a cup at a time. No more than 2 in a day.

I was turned on to Jet Fuel by M14sRock and a few others. I love that stuff. I also love Green Mt Coffee. They make good coffee.

I use a Keurig B60 1 cup brewer.
Drinking Newman's Own Extra Bold Organic from a Keurig as we speak. Jet Fuel is really good, but you might try this as well.
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Not so much to do with Obama as with weather conditions and other factors in the growing regions.
Sounds like something a socialist Obama loving hippie would say!









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Actually from someone who knows of what he speaks in this area. In my business, we watch food commodity trends all the time.

You tomato lovers.....hold on to your hats!

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I just planted 5 tomato plants...Big Boys...Can't stop thinking about (BLT'S)...with Hickory smoked Bacon....

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Does anybody Percolate their coffee anymore??...I like mine with sugar only...
No, although I own a percolator.
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Only when camping. The rest of the time it's a Bunn drip maker (the kind with a built in water tank so it's faster).

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They use a fabreware (sp) percolater at the office, but i drink hot tea or soda. I love me some Earl Grey with a bit of cream & sugar, usually a double cup at a time. It is good for my muscle tone in my legs (gotta keep running to the can).


I wonder if the coffee price increases have anything to do with complaints about child labor in African coffee processing? Personally, i think kids need jobs; i had two paper routes, but i didn't have to pedal past lions or anything.

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Remember this?


In 1992, how many kids knew what it was? The only reason I knew is becuase at every family function that big thing was drug out to make a boat load of coffee but dang it was good.
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The percolator or baby got back...

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Nothing beats a good perc when its just above freezing, with the sun coming up on a alpine lake. Something about a wood fire just makes everything better.
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