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Coffee is good for me so shut up about it!

July 9, 2018

The British Medical Journal published an umbrella review that showed the health benefits of caffeine and coffee far outweighed the risks

STARBUCKS buckle to the Race-Hustlers

April 19, 2018

Unfortunately for Starbucks, its politically correct, feel-good social justice policies have hit a snag. The corporation’s liberal-leaning initiatives are not enough to keep Black Lives Matter agitators at bay.

Starbucks stock plummets after ‘Refugees before Americans’ hiring plan announced

February 25, 2017

The Starbucks Coffee brand has taken a major hit since the company’s announcement that it would hire 10,000 Muslim “refugees” in response to President Donald Trump’s temporary travel moratorium in January.

Wake up and smell the Caffè Americano trenta Starbucks!

August 4, 2015

Dear Starbucks,
I am a Gold Card member of Starbucks. I love your products and have for many years, specifically the grande mocha with coconut milk, no whip, extra hot. That’s my drink. I am two stars away from receiving a free drink on my Gold Card. I worked hard for that. It’s not easy to earn your rewards and your coffee ain’t cheap. But I almost have a free mocha out of it and I was looking forward to it.

Then I discovered that Starbucks is subsidizing Planned Parenthood, which has recently been caught on video tearing apart the bodies of fully formed human beings and selling off their organs to the highest bidder. So, not only does my tax money go to fund these inhuman butchers, but now my coffee money does, too. Not anymore. I don’t usually support advertising boycotts because it hurts businesses that are just trying to market a product, but this time I can’t wrap my head around why on earth Starbucks is giving money to Planned Parenthood. Don’t you want more customers? Do you realize Planned Parenthood is killing off millions of potential Starbucks customers and selling them off for spare parts?

‘Pep Boys’ borrows ‘Starbucks’ Race Together campaign idea – VIDEO

April 4, 2015

NBC’s “Saturday Night Live” devised a sequel to the Starbucks “Race Together” campaign with a different idea for a company attempting to discuss complex issues.

In the sketch, Pep Boys decides to do its own campaign, where its mechanics discuss sexual and gender identity with customers as part of its “#genderflect” campaign. The only problem is that the mechanics seem to be poorly equipped to do so. One mechanic saying that while he supports transgender individuals, he could never personally cut off his penis. Another tells a gay man how luckily he is that he gets to say “that’s gay.” Yet another mechanic says she would have sex with herself if she had “both parts down there,” and two mistakenly believe that Ellen DeGeneres was born a man.

The campaign even involves Pep Boys changing its name to “Pep Boys, or Girls, or The Third Kind Where You’re Both.”

Is there truly a whiter brand of coffee than Starbucks?

April 2, 2015

Why the disparity? Why the persistent and seemingly ineradicable coffee inequality? If one were so inclined, one could fairly describe American blacks as “coffee-deprived.” They’re a “coffee-underserved population.” You might even allege that urban blacks live in “coffee deserts.”

Since this article is about the intersection of race and coffee, is there truly a whiter brand of coffee than Starbucks? I mean “white” not in the Viking-warrior sense but in the Stuff White People Like sense. Starbucks, that Seattle-born corporate caffeine giant that makes the shittiest coffee in world history and charges credulous customers ten times its value, may employ the occasional dark-skinned so-called “barista”—I hate that term—but finding a black customer in a Starbucks is like finding a unicorn at a 7-Eleven.

“Finding a black customer in a Starbucks is like finding a unicorn at a 7-Eleven.”
This is why it’s a sharp pointy pinnacle of irony that Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz—yes, he’s Jewish, because a dozen of you would have mentioned it in the comments anyway—recently launched a publicity blitz encouraging his baristas to engage their customers in an ongoing dialogue about race relations in America.

Right. OK, then, I’ll take a Venti Americano. While you’re preparing my hot beverage, let’s chat about The Bell Curve.