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Fun with Acronyms, vol. 3 - S.T.A.R.B.U.C.K.S, Maybe

Presenting, part three of the controversial “Fun with Acronyms” series. A groundbreaking expose on some of America’s most prevalent cultural institutions. The NY Times, commenting on the first post in the serial, a harrowing attack on Apple, said “Wilson’s assertion that Apple manufactures the iPhone is spot on”. 952 more words

Topic Not About Brain Injury

Gratitude Sunday Journal

On Sunday’s, I’m going to start posting the things that I’m grateful for to start the week off on the right foot… and because I love good vibes and karma. 175 more words

7 Reasons Why Starbucks is the Worst Place to Study

As a college student, I can attest to the fact that coffee is vital to survival and one’s education. Tuition might as well start accounting for the 50 gallons of coffee consumed per term, maybe more with an 18 credit schedule. 205 more words


Women Temporarily Banned From a Saudi Starbucks

(CNN) — To the Western world, it’s a surprising thing to see.

One Starbucks in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, has a sign with the phrase, “Please no entrance for ladies.” 285 more words

National And World News

5 Peristiwa Unik yang Sering Terjadi di Starbucks

Dibandingkan ngopi di kafe sejenis lainnya, saya memang paling sering ngopi di Starbucks. Terkecuali di sekitar Starbucks ada Bengawan Solo yang saya favoritkan Kopi Vietnam-nya. 882 more words


Stealers Wheel - Stuck in the middle with you

Stuck in the Middle with You“[2][3][4] (sometimes known as “Stuck in the Middle”[5]) is a song written by Gerry Rafferty and Joe Egan and originally performed by their band Stealers Wheel. 205 more words


Watch "Listen To What The Man Said / Paul McCartney & Wings" on YouTube

Listen to What the Man Said” is a hit single from Wings’ 1975 album Venus and Mars. The song featured new member Joe English on drums, with guest musicians Dave Mason on guitar and Tom Scott on soprano saxophone.[2] It was a number 1 single on the Billboard Hot 100 chart in the US;[3] as well, it reached number 1 in Canada on the RPM National Top Singles Chart.[4] It also reached number 6 in the UK, and reached the top ten in Norway and New Zealand and the top twenty in the Netherlands.[5][6] The single was certified Gold by the Recording Industry Association of America for sales of over one million copies.[7]