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Posted Sat Apr 24, 2004, 5:30am
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Day 1: SCAA Atlanta 2004
Road Reports article by Mark Prince

Our continuing live from the floor coverage goes on, as we update you on the USBC, talk about exciting consumer events at the show, and give you a first peak from the just-opened show floor.
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Posted Sat Apr 24, 2004, 6:43am
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RLOL!!

MAN~ I wish I was there!  Hope that you feel better soon Mark!  Drink lots of water!

...you know, you will probably end up going out again tonight!  Have fun!
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Posted Sat Apr 24, 2004, 12:07pm
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I didn't think i would be following this...but after this first day report, i know i will be back.
thanks, mark!
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Posted Sat Apr 24, 2004, 5:29pm
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Thanks Jeanette,

The I-Roast looks very sleek and accomodating to most kitchens!  I just might have to finally break down and purchase one of these puppy's and jump into some home roasting antics.

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Posted Sat Apr 24, 2004, 7:01pm
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AWESOME!!!!!!!!

THANKS

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Posted Sat Apr 24, 2004, 9:16pm
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Hey guys,

Wow, what an intense two days.  After competing fourth in line out of 30, and waiting over 24 hours to hear the results, I finally found out that I made it to the semi-finals!!!

I am so excited, and so pleased that even though my messy start and going overtime, I was still in it.

Not only that, but two of my peeps are in as well.  Phuong Tran and Joe Raines, both of Lava Java, made it in.  There must be something about that little whole in the wall cafe, that makes good baristi (I am formerly of there).

Of course I have to give props to Stumptown Coffee Roasters, as we three are using their hairbender blend.

Well... here we go.  Please wish us luck at the semi's!!!

 
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Posted Sun Apr 25, 2004, 1:16pm
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Billy- Perhaps it's your passion that carried through Lava Java and made the baristi what they are?


Mark- Man! These from the floor things are awesome, it's killin' me to only be able to read em, but what fun it is...

 
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