andre at andregarzia.com
Tue Jul 3 13:43:51 CDT 2007
I am sure you're actually saying
¡Viva la imigrassion!
because that's what you should thank for your good coffee! :-P
On 7/3/07, Mark Swindell <mdswindell at cruzio.com> wrote:
> Yup. I can't speak for the whole country, but here in Santa Cruz, CA
> the coffee is as good as anywhere in the world, and far better than
> most places I've visited. Thirty years ago you couldn't get good
> bread, beer, or coffee anywhere, it seemed. Now those staples are
> world class in more than a few parts of the country.
> ¡Viva la revolución!
> On Jul 3, 2007, at 11:04 AM, Mark Smith wrote:
> > Well I think the US gets an unfair press regarding coffee. I have
> > travelled reasonably extensively in the US, and generally found it
> > easy to find good Italian coffee, at least in major cities...
> > A good cup of tea, on the other hand, seems to be strangely
> > impossible outside the UK and some parts of it's former empire. :)
> > best,
> > Mark
> > On 3 Jul 2007, at 15:42, Richmond Mathewson wrote:
> >> I spent 3 years in Illinois and the only thing that I
> >> would call "coffee" I found there was what I boiled in
> >> my saucepan - with cardamon.
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