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Posted Tue Jul 17, 2012, 5:40pm
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I thought this was entertaining.

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Posted Tue Jul 17, 2012, 6:48pm
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Oy vay, that fluorescent crema.

 
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Won't taste that good if you don't roast them.

 
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Posted Fri Jul 20, 2012, 1:37pm
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It is fun to watch these clips.
I have been disappointed in the way HOW IT IS MADE clips before, esp when I knew about the subject they are talking about.

I find most often they are WAY to general in the pieces and often their shorts are sort of..... see it is magic, the goo goes in here and out the other side pops your finished product, woefully short on details and whys. I suppose though I am different than the people the show is directed to, I want to know EVERYTHING ABOUT EVERYTHING in a process and when there are huge gaps of info missing.... well it bugs me! I know, I am strange!!!!

 
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