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    Re: Puck Art

    i can see the crema.
    clever stuff, dw

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    Re: Puck Art

    Happy face!


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    Love the Goatee... ;D 8-)

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    Re: Puck Art

    Quote Originally Posted by 6665777773657D040 link=1218451595/51#51 date=1241236012
    Happy face!
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    Quote Originally Posted by 406D696568040 link=1218451595/52#52 date=1241251967
    Love the Goatee... ;D 8-)

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    Doh... For a moment there I thought it was a pic of Andy that you were putting up for an Award :D

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    Re: Puck Art

    You know your a coffeesnob if ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^

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    Re: Puck Art

    Quote Originally Posted by 6C434A485F604C434C4A48404843592D0 link=1218451595/25#25 date=1221471085
    If I forget to clean my pucks out, *they go all Yellow and Orange ???

    Ummm must remember to take a pic as it is quite amazing at times... *Further more, even when in the compost bin, they take a while to break up and disperse...

    I guess I should drop some into the Forensics lab and ask one of my co workers for a quick review and see just what little bugs I am growing.. *Could be a market for them..

    I would guess Aspergillus Flavus, do you get sick often that stuff is nasty.
    The fact it is growing on your pucks could mean your house has a high spore load or contamination somewhere nearby.
    Look anything like this?
    http://www.aemtek.com/newsite/v/aemtek_web/Aspergillus+flavus.jpg.html

    See http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Aspergillosis

    The common green mould (Trichoderma) is harmless, non pathogenic and does not produce aflatoxins (as far as I know).
    I get this on my pucks after about a week in winter, a lot faster in summer.


    I know its in reply to an old post but I believe everyone should be aware of how dangerous certain moulds can be.

    So clean your knock box regularly!
    Sorry to be so off topic. :-X

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    Re: Puck Art

    Very Creative guys

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    Re: Puck Art

    15 puck high "leaning tower of puck-isa" and same tower with 11 pucks (before it began to lean :) )




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    The starter of this thread is an absolute genius...

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    This thread needs revival! Wayyyyy too funny!

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    Well played!

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