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Posted Mon May 20, 2013, 8:15am
Subject: Re: Do You know the five major types of Cappuccino?
 

GVDub Said:

I'm curious, why not just post something along the lines of, "Hey, I heard that there are actually five different types of cappuccino, which were described to me as <list>. Is that right? Do you know of any more?"

Since the purpose of this website is, generally speaking, to share knowledge and discoveries about our shared enthusiasm and appreciation of coffee, this post as it stands seems more like trolling for click-throughs to your website, since you display the hyperlink in your signature, than it does as a genuine attempt at conversation. Perhaps I'm mistaken, but why not just hold the conversation here, in public?

Posted May 19, 2013 link

Yeah, this is what I was thinking, especially given it's what...your first real post (no, I don't count the other posts you made in off topic areas - sorry)?...and also, what George said in his latest post.  However, I was reluctant to type anything here, for fear I'd get spammed in my personal email. To OP, in case you can't read between the lines, this is my subtle way of telling you not to pm me, at least for anything related to this thread or any ulterior motives you may have had in mind.  I'm happy to see you've edited your first post.

 
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Posted Mon May 20, 2013, 8:59am
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