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How much of a tool do you have to be... - July 19, 2008, 01:13 PM

to fight to keep the Fourbucks closest to you open?! Seriously, I don't think the extra block, block and a half walk, or mile drive will kill you.

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Starbucks is not as big in New York, there are more Dunkin Doughnuts

Plus a city block in New York City is a big deal


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1/4 of a mile right? I still remember the first time I went there for work... 8 blocks from Penn Station, no sweat! Riiiiight.

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I like caribou better, that place has good coffee. when you get starbucks plain coffee it is burnt tasting. caribou has good plain coffee. who wants to do a caribou run today?


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Starbucks is not as big in New York, there are more Dunkin Doughnuts

Plus a city block in New York City is a big deal
1320 ft, if its the 1/4 mile nates talking about. not THAT bad, also considering in the major areas that most are closing in there is another one on the opposite corner.

i dont know, i think its a silly thing to fight for. plus if you really need coffee that badly i'm sure your office has a FREE coffee pot somewhere in the building you can use.


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Google! In New York City, the average length of a north-south block is 1/20th of a mile, or 264 feet. An east-west block is about 1/5th of a mile, or 1,056 feet.


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Man I miss Misha's since I moved outta Alexandria They had great coffee.
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I still have a hard time getting past the prices of their beverages and I even WORKED for starbucks. To be honest, you can find all kinds of coffees and similar beverages all over the country from other places that sell for less.

Get over yourselves people, stop being so materialistic and spoiled... 600 closed Starbucks - good riddence imo.


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I still have a hard time getting past the prices of their beverages and I even WORKED for starbucks. To be honest, you can find all kinds of coffees and similar beverages all over the country from other places that sell for less.

Get over yourselves people, stop being so materialistic and spoiled... 600 closed Starbucks - good riddence imo.
And taste better... Sorry, I just don't care for burned coffee. Roasted, yes... but burned?

Well, that's 600 fewer places to get burned coffee at a premium price with the claim of, "That's how coffee should taste."


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I still have a hard time getting past the prices of their beverages and I even WORKED for starbucks. To be honest, you can find all kinds of coffees and similar beverages all over the country from other places that sell for less.

Get over yourselves people, stop being so materialistic and spoiled... 600 closed Starbucks - good riddence imo.

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And taste better... Sorry, I just don't care for burned coffee. Roasted, yes... but burned?

Well, that's 600 fewer places to get burned coffee at a premium price with the claim of, "That's how coffee should taste."
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I like caribou better, that place has good coffee. when you get starbucks plain coffee it is burnt tasting. caribou has good plain coffee. who wants to do a caribou run today?
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1320 ft, if its the 1/4 mile nates talking about. not THAT bad, also considering in the major areas that most are closing in there is another one on the opposite corner.

i dont know, i think its a silly thing to fight for. plus if you really need coffee that badly i'm sure your office has a FREE coffee pot somewhere in the building you can use.
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Ali, why? Fuck it, man. Let's just ride and play nice so we can post our rides here on Rob's site. If some people want to be unreasonable, let 'em. Just my two pesos.


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You're like the little kid that pooped in the pool and ruined it for everyone else

Whats the matter, hero of the week....can't turn back time?


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