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Ranking is people selling you stuff.

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> You can tell me top ten in your country.

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> Ranking is people selling you stuff.


What would have been the ranking
if you were sellling stuff?


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That ranking would have been the stuff you trip over in Chinatown so
dont pay too much.

Jim

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> That ranking would have been the stuff you trip over in Chinatown so
> dont pay too much.


Is it that there would be no such a thing as a rule to measure with
when it comes to the tea world?

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Rules are mostly customs. I've compared tea, Chinese in particular,
to particle physics. The more you look the more there is. My only
rule always boil the water. You can take care of everything after
that. I never think of tea as one is better than that. It is nothing
more than what I am drinking at any point in time. I always kid my
local tea shoppe I need a divining rod to pick a tea. At home I
listen to the tea that screams the loudest.

Jim


PS My rules these days for buying tea is do I have any at home and
how much does it cost.


chance wrote:
> "Space Cowboy" > wrote
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> > That ranking would have been the stuff you trip over in Chinatown so
> > dont pay too much.

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> Is it that there would be no such a thing as a rule to measure with
> when it comes to the tea world?

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