Star Buck's just bought the company .. but there are about 1200 old machines out there that may pop up on e-Bay. They cost new .. about $14,000 and those who buy them also use $32 an oz. special Columbian Beans. Each cup can be individually programmed and it squirts it into a cup when brewed. It was invented by a Stanford Engineering Graduate as I recall and were individually crafted ..
Dusty - I freaked when I saw the title of the thread and nearly got busy with the 'delete' button. Must calm down and remember to read the thread before getting myself too worked up. Gotta relax. Gotta make myself a coffee. Or maybe a nice cup of tea...
Burrah .. I'm studying too much Hebrew .. adding h'es to every thing .. putting jots and tiddles under American words so I don't have to write so much .. I've got to slow down .. count the bomb drops .. the Jets are busy over Mountain Home Bombing range today .. dropping groups of fours .. some days I can hear them over the diesel tractor in the fields.
But, I had my one cup of coffee at 4:00 AM this morning .. when thangs were quieter.
Your from PA .. I really like my Griswold skillets .. so nice and light weight .. they are anywhere from 150 to 70 years old .. do they still occasionally find the old iron nodules any more. That was some "mean" iron.
If you get too far from the stone age .. things go haywire.
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