Date: Tue, 12 Nov 91 09:53:26 -0500
Subject: (Virtual) Monday Morning Coffee

Good Morning!

This is a virtual Monday!  Coffee, Donuts, and Bagels will be ready and
waiting at around 10:05 this morning. 

Also, this just in from humor central (actually, I dug it up somewhere
out there on the net and thought it was pretty funny): 

     NCM(1)		     (Essential	Fluids)			NCM(1)

	  ncm -	new coffee maker

	  ncm [	-RadCxmlnogrtucpFbqisf ] [caf|decaf|columbian]

	  For each available heating unit, ncm determines if coffee
	  exists, is hot, and is not tar(4).  If any of	these are
	  true,	the necessary actions are taken	to change the
	  situation as required, or as specified by the	environment
	  variable BURNERS.  ncp then gathers the necessary material
	  and proceeds.	 The -M	option makes coffee in the morning.
	  The drinkinfo(4) database is used to determine the blend and
	  the amount of	caffeine, based	on the environment variables
	  DRINK, TZ, and the current time.  If this information	cannot
	  be obtained, full strength Maxwell House is assumed.

	  The ncm command has many, many more than the following
	  options, not all of which are	currently supported.  Some may
	  never	be supported.  We are really busy here,	and we will
	  try to get around to it as soon as possible, but Doc is
	  breathing down my neck to get	something else done, so	you
 	  will just have to be patient!:

	  -R   Recursively make	coffee until all resources are

	  -a   Generate	aroma only.

	  -l   The same	as -n except slower.

	  -d   Brew decaf.  Will not operate before 10:30 am.

	  -n   The same	as -l

	  -j   Use Jamaica Blue	Mountain primo special.	 This can only
	       be executed by coffeadmin.

	  -r   Reverse the order of brewing to get newest first	or
	       oldest first as appropriate.

	  -v   Execute the vgrind(1) program before proceeding for a
	       fresher brew.

	       ncp -ldm	NOW!

	  Make lots of coffee now!


	  tee(1), coke(1), sync(1).

	  The ncm command may be used as a filter.

	  For more information see the "Making Good Coffee" section of
	  Chapter 10 of	the Kitchen Administrator's Guide.

	  Ick. I hope not.