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Testing Testing...

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Edited by allenb on 06/21/2017 8:02 PM
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ChicagoJohn
Lordy... brewing three year old coffee in an old fashioned percolator. Egads!
So many beans; so little time....
 
JackH
A classic film. The book is also a good read.

It has been quiet here lately.
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If I am not mistaken, "Last Man On Earth" was the precursor to "Omega Man" starring Charlton Heston and most recent "I Am Legend" with Will Smith. I never saw Last Man On Earth or Omega Man, but I did enjoy I Am Legend. I guess I need to see the other 2.

Len
"If this is coffee, please bring me some tea but if this is tea, please bring me some coffee." ~Abraham Lincoln
 
JackH
The book was written by Richard Matheson. A short read only 160 pages.
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allenb

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ChicagoJohn wrote:

Lordy... brewing three year old coffee in an old fashioned percolator. Egads!


He was obviously evaluating a recent roast.

9. "As the brew approaches room temperature (below 100? F), rate sweetness, uniformity, and clean cup".
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NetriX
Testing :P



Aha, FIXED! woohoo
 
allenb
Very Nice!

Thanks NetriX!
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ChicagoJohn

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He was obviously evaluating a recent roast.



Doubtful; that funky gas generator could barely operate the lone light bulb and that ancient percolator at the same time, let along crank out 18 amps for a decent sized fluid bed roaster. And for that matter he would needed at least a three-year supply of greens. I think he was picking up cans of Maxwell House from old, defunct supermarket stock. Wouldn't make much difference anyway with his brewing method.

Your perception did make me wonder, though, if another sequel might be "Last Home Roaster on Earth" where the guy keeps checking for new posts on the Homeroasters.org site every day in vain and finally resorts to posting links to ancient full-length features in which he identifies with the protagonist.
So many beans; so little time....
 
JackH
No wonder why he looked the way he did....
---Jack

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JackH
I am glad the youtube tag now works. The only way to get it to work was to use the full link to the video and the url tags.

Thanks!
---Jack

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coffeeroastersclub

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ChicagoJohn wrote:

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He was obviously evaluating a recent roast.



Doubtful; that funky gas generator could barely operate the lone light bulb and that ancient percolator at the same time, let along crank out 18 amps for a decent sized fluid bed roaster. And for that matter he would needed at least a three-year supply of greens. I think he was picking up cans of Maxwell House from old, defunct supermarket stock. Wouldn't make much difference anyway with his brewing method.

Your perception did make me wonder, though, if another sequel might be "Last Home Roaster on Earth" where the guy keeps checking for new posts on the Homeroasters.org site every day in vain and finally resorts to posting links to ancient full-length features in which he identifies with the protagonist.


It's the beauty of Hollywood. They sprinkle their magic fairy dust on anything and "POW!" fantasy becomes reality.

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Len
"If this is coffee, please bring me some tea but if this is tea, please bring me some coffee." ~Abraham Lincoln
 
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