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    Re: The anti-Chick-fil-A protest - Starbucks [W:39]

    Quote Originally Posted by Ikari View Post
    Dunkin Donuts is like the WalMart of coffee. Cheap, quick, low quality. Dunkin' Donuts coffee is one step above ass.
    LOL! Ass?? Well, I think some people around here must be coffee snobs! Believe me, I've had some really BAD coffee (like the stuff my aunt makes), and Dunkin is not it. Besides, some of us aren't into all that cafe mocha latte blah, blah, blah. Some of us just like a regular plain old coffee. Yum!

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    Re: The anti-Chick-fil-A protest - Starbucks [W:39]

    Quote Originally Posted by Ikari View Post
    The donuts are run of the mill (way better donuts out there), bagels are subpar. It's the one thing I'll give New Jersey, they know their bagels.
    I live near some excellent delis that serve delicious bagels. The nearest deli doesn't just have cream cheese. It has chop liver, lox spread, and plenty of types of bagels (poppy seeds and egg bagels are my treat). Krispy Kreme is better than DD, although it is hard to resist Boston Creme.
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    Re: The anti-Chick-fil-A protest - Starbucks [W:39]

    Quote Originally Posted by muciti View Post
    I did not know Jewish deli's had donuts. Or good donuts for that matter.
    It was pretty clear that I was referring to the bagels, actually.
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    Re: The anti-Chick-fil-A protest - Starbucks [W:39]

    Quote Originally Posted by MadLib View Post
    It was pretty clear that I was referring to the bagels, actually.
    lol i missed that
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    Re: The anti-Chick-fil-A protest - Starbucks [W:39]

    Quote Originally Posted by ChrisL View Post
    LOL! Ass?? Well, I think some people around here must be coffee snobs! Believe me, I've had some really BAD coffee (like the stuff my aunt makes), and Dunkin is not it. Besides, some of us aren't into all that cafe mocha latte blah, blah, blah. Some of us just like a regular plain old coffee. Yum!
    I am a coffee snob for sure. I have had some horrible coffee that would make Dunkin Donuts coffee seem drinkable, there is worse than Dunkin Donuts, but that doesn't mean that Dunkin Donuts is good. Dunkin Donuts has at best mediocre coffee. Starbucks, while not my favorite place, is better quality than Dunkin Donuts. Local coffee shops are where you shall find the GOOD coffee. Craft coffee is on a whole different level from chain coffee. It's like the difference between awesome micro brew beers and Budweiser.
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    Re: The anti-Chick-fil-A protest - Starbucks [W:39]

    Quote Originally Posted by Ikari View Post
    I am a coffee snob for sure. I have had some horrible coffee that would make Dunkin Donuts coffee seem drinkable, there is worse than Dunkin Donuts, but that doesn't mean that Dunkin Donuts is good. Dunkin Donuts has at best mediocre coffee. Starbucks, while not my favorite place, is better quality than Dunkin Donuts. Local coffee shops are where you shall find the GOOD coffee. Craft coffee is on a whole different level from chain coffee. It's like the difference between awesome micro brew beers and Budweiser.
    I'm very much a coffee snob too and the place I frequent the most is a local coffee shop that has excellent brews. I brew my own stuff at home, but if it's older than 30 minutes I won't drink it anymore because it looses that fresh taste by then.
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    Re: The anti-Chick-fil-A protest - Starbucks [W:39]

    Quote Originally Posted by GPS_Flex View Post
    I'm not anti gay but I'm equal rights. SSM isn't about equal rights so I'll cut up my Starbucks card in support of equal rights.
    You want to explain your logic -- how does marriage equality not mean 'equal rights'.

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    Re: The anti-Chick-fil-A protest - Starbucks [W:39]

    Quote Originally Posted by Ikari View Post
    I am a coffee snob for sure. I have had some horrible coffee that would make Dunkin Donuts coffee seem drinkable, there is worse than Dunkin Donuts, but that doesn't mean that Dunkin Donuts is good. Dunkin Donuts has at best mediocre coffee. Starbucks, while not my favorite place, is better quality than Dunkin Donuts. Local coffee shops are where you shall find the GOOD coffee. Craft coffee is on a whole different level from chain coffee. It's like the difference between awesome micro brew beers and Budweiser.
    Meh, I don't understand the fuss over coffee myself. I actually hate the stuff. Tea is drinkable if you put about 9 pounds of sugar in it. Chai tea isn't half-bad. I go to breakfast places for food/donuts/pastries rather than coffee.
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    Re: The anti-Chick-fil-A protest - Starbucks [W:39]

    Quote Originally Posted by CaptainCourtesy View Post
    All this talk about coffee makes me wonder what it tastes like.
    Who cares what it tastes like, as long as it keeps one awake.



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    Re: The anti-Chick-fil-A protest - Starbucks [W:39]

    Quote Originally Posted by CaptainCourtesy View Post
    All this talk about coffee makes me wonder what it tastes like.
    If I knew what engine oil tasted like, I'd probably say like that. It is really bitter actually, even if you put a barrel of milk in it.
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