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“A man who had a broken piece of bread in his hand and wanted money to buy tea, as I was walking out of Coffee Shop (a la Starbuck's).”
“A good back-of-an-envelope indicator would be something like same-store sales at Starbuck's.”
“But Neary and her budget-obsessed fellow broadcasters at NPR News are supposedly journalists charged with connecting the dots, not casual observers nodding complacently as one might over a latte at Starbuck's.”
“Starbuck's Pumpkin Spice Latte pumpkin beer pumpkin bread pumpkin chocolate chip muffins pumpkin cream cheese cupcakes carving pumpkins pumpkin pancakes the smell of pumpkin candles”
“A: If we had that much situational awareness about you and at the same time we were building this very high-level map of the world, and I don't just mean where Starbuck's is, but all sorts of things like historical footnotes and people you might want to meet.”
“Do I want someone possibly taking a dim view of my frequent daydreaming and then telling me to put some pants on and go get a job at Starbuck's or Home Depot or wherever?”
“In a rush to get that tall nonfat soy chai latte at Starbuck's most likely.”
“If you don't want to bid, then please send your Starbuck's money for the week their way with a cash donation.”
“There's a Starbuck's on the corner where we once sold lemonade, our homemade sign coming apart in an attic somewhere.”
“I suppose Starbuck's hit on this a little bit with the herbal tea latte's they started doing a few months ago.”
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