#11

Merchant
South Saint Louis, MO
(06-02-2017, 04:58 PM)Freddy Wrote: Marko, thank you for my morning laugh. Big Grin  I am one of the fortunate ones in that I love my full octane coffee in the morning but when I have to, I can drink decaf.  When I visit my friend in Buffalo, for health reasons, he cannot drink caffinated coffee (and he drinks coffee throughout the day).  Therefore, every morning during my visit it's decaf for me.  I do not have withdrawal symptoms from the lack of caffine and, when I get back home, I go right back to my coffeehouse and my double shot Americano with no ill effects at all.  After reading hawns and your stories, I am quite thankful for my situation. Winking

Shawn, I am looking forward to the AMA but even more, getting to meet you in St. Louis next week.  From looking at the extended forecast, we should be pretty lucky with the weather, warm and sunny. Cool

You're doubly lucky: you don't get the coffee withdrawals AND you get to miss out on the trademark Missouri sweltering heat...knock on wood

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#12

Administrator
Philadelphia, PA
my buddy had a similar problem with iced tea. if he went a day without any, he'd get the shakes REAL BAD...

for me, when I was heavily caffeinated, I'd just get minor headaches.
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#13
(06-02-2017, 04:58 PM)Freddy Wrote: Marko, thank you for my morning laugh. Big Grin  I am one of the fortunate ones in that I love my full octane coffee in the morning but when I have to, I can drink decaf.  When I visit my friend in Buffalo, for health reasons, he cannot drink caffinated coffee (and he drinks coffee throughout the day).  Therefore, every morning during my visit it's decaf for me.  I do not have withdrawal symptoms from the lack of caffine and, when I get back home, I go right back to my coffeehouse and my double shot Americano with no ill effects at all.  After reading hawns and your stories, I am quite thankful for my situation. Winking

Shawn, I am looking forward to the AMA but even more, getting to meet you in St. Louis next week.  From looking at the extended forecast, we should be pretty lucky with the weather, warm and sunny. Cool

I look forward to meeting both hawns and Freddy at the meet. However, Freddy it might be a hot one......welcome to St. Louis!

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#14

Merchant
South Saint Louis, MO
Red Tipped Cobra So far the forecast says a high of 81, so keep your fingers crossed!
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(06-02-2017, 08:30 PM)hawns Wrote: Red Tipped Cobra So far the forecast says a high of 81, so keep your fingers crossed!

Hoping it stays like that. Hasn't been too bad yet this year. Let's keep it that way until at least after an outside meet up!

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#16

Super Moderator
San Diego, Cal., USA
(06-02-2017, 09:03 PM)Red Tipped Cobra Wrote:
(06-02-2017, 08:30 PM)hawns Wrote: Red Tipped Cobra So far the forecast says a high of 81, so keep your fingers crossed!

Hoping it stays like that. Hasn't been too bad yet this year. Let's keep it that way until at least after an outside meet up!

I saw 91 for the high so I'm hoping for about fifteen degrees cooler with glorious sunshine and a gentle breeze.  Considering I'm the out of town guest, you guys should make it happen.  (We San Diegans can be so pushy when it comes to the weather. Tongue)  

I'm looking forward to seeing you folks, too.  It should be a fun afternoon. Even if it does turn out to be hot, as long as it's dry then I think we'll be okay. Smile

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#17

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Philadelphia, PA
the AMA live thread can be viewed here: https://damnfineshave.com/thread-chatill...e-4th-2017
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