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Old 09-20-2013, 12:30 PM   #1
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Due to what's going on, does anybody have any good suggestions for coffee places that aren't Starbucks? I am in texas

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Old 09-20-2013, 12:40 PM   #2
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It's a hell of slot cheaper to make your own.

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It's a hell of slot cheaper to make your own.
And I make it stronger than any coffee house.

I think I've bought maybe, MAYBE ten cups of coffee in my almost 30 years.
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It's a hell of slot cheaper to make your own.
That's a good point, where can I get good light brew coffee
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I'd assume any grocery store.
I buy the cheapest I can get ($6/lb) and brew it in an old fashioned percolator.
My coffee will wake you from a coma and put hair on a woman's chest. Lol

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I'd assume any grocery store.
I buy the cheapest I can get ($6/lb) and brew it in an old fashioned percolator.
My coffee will wake you from a coma and put hair on a woman's chest. Lol
Ha. Never heard that one before.
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My parents bought my sister a Keurig a few years ago. It's just catching dust right now.

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Wal-Mart!

$20.00 for a decent coffee maker, anywhere from $6.00 to $10.00 for your choice of coffee, add coffee, add water, wait 12 minutes and enjoy.

I use 100% Columbian (coffee that is ). I put in 3 scoops and drink. At that strength you can either clean your weapon with it or drink it, your choice. It is my brand of Army coffee.

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Convenience store coffee works for me. It is always fresh with lots of turn-over and it taste better then the road tar served by Starbucks.

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Folgers works for me. Not to mention you get a nice air tight container for your handloads every couple of weeks

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