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A Frappuccino To Die For

Many of us are not quite right in the morning until we get our caffeine buzz going.

But until recently we weren’t packing guns. That’s all changed now.

From the Wall Street Journal we learn that “Starbucks Corp. and some other chain stores in the U.S. are finding themselves caught in the middle of a firearms debate, as gun-control advocates go up against a burgeoning campaign by gun owners to carry holstered pistols in public places.”

Even under normal circumstances your local Starbucks barista has to tread carefully with their strung-out customers first thing in the morning. But now that has been taken to a new level.

The only thing worse than a yuppie upset with how their frappuccino turned out is a yuppie with a gun who’s unhappy with how their frappuccino turned out, says Erik Forman, a Starbucks barista and union member in Minneapolis.

Believe Me, I REQUESTED My Frappuccino With Soy, Not Whole Milk!

Do you feel Chai?

Well … do you punk?

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3 thoughts on “A Frappuccino To Die For

  1. So…….. are you on board? Are you going with your 9, the 40 or your 44 magnum hand canon?

    Posted by Sal | March 5, 2010, 9:37 pm
  2. Frappuccino is an Italian word that means you paid too much for coffee.

    Saw a good ‘biography’ on Starbucks last night on CNBC. Good story. At least one can now get a decent cup of coffee at most service stations because of Starbucks.

    Posted by Bob | March 8, 2010, 4:28 pm

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