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Re: Starbuck's Coffee Grounds: <Gasp> Da Compost Dat Dare Not Mention It...

  • Subject: Re: [cg] Starbuck's Coffee Grounds: <Gasp> Da Compost Dat Dare Not Mention It...
  • From: LTanenb50@aol.com
  • Date: Thu, 29 Apr 2004 23:49:54 EDT

You know, Adam - its not useful to be so belittling about others' particular political view about Starbucks just because you want the coffee and the coffee grinds. You are so good at supporting discussion of and participation in social justice issues all the time that it comes out of right field to hear you sound this way.  If you don't like the way people express their distress with the ever growing Starbucks - say that. If you really don't think there have been scary consequences and behaviors of Starbucks -say that. Announce the coffee grinds. If you get a vicious response figure out what is that throws you for such a loop or ignore it, or figure out why you don't agree.  But to go on a rant like you just did is obnoxious. Get over it!      Laurie -  Chicago
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