Starbucks

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One cup of coffee. Seven dollars. Seven. The first world problems are almost palpable here.

Starbucks recently introduced a line of premium Costa Rican coffee roast called Finca Palmilera, a roast supposedly so super bueno that they've decided to charge nearly twice the price of your standard grande mocha for it. The folks over at Jimmy Kimmel Live then decided to set out and discover whether or not people could actually tell the difference between the Finca and the same old watery burnt stuff Starbucks usually has.

I'll give you one guess as to whether or not they could, because one guess is all you'll need.

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I'm all that's needed to get you up in the morning, baby...

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Unless the M.A. is in servage, that is one very depressed Starbucks employee indeed. Oh well, at least they give benefits.

~OLJ

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As long as you have tiny print on your product, you can claim environmental causes as your own and forget about the rest. Great job, Starbies!

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This is sparking an ongoing debate on the understood use and abuse of wifi privileges at coffee shops around the country. These measures don't come as a complete shock - I've often been muscled out of seating room by those (especially in college districts, where students are either studying or preparing resumes and cover letters as they enter the job market) who take up entire tables with their laptops and paperwork, pull their feet up onto unoccupied chairs, and spend the entire day living off their $1.50 americano and however many glasses of water the baristas have seen fit to give them.

~OLJ

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