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angelus_raptor
September 5, 2005 at 4:17 am

and starbucks coffee is great =P a nice change, though i’ve seen this pic somewhere… no, not this exact pic. but the concept art is familiar.

Blaster
September 5, 2005 at 4:25 am

Think it’s an Escher.
Nice though, B.
Fuck, it’s Monday already? :?

Munan
September 5, 2005 at 4:32 am

We don’t have Starbuck’s in Groningen, The Netherlands.

But Esscher is from this country.

angelus_raptor
September 5, 2005 at 4:37 am

Thanks Blaster.

Blaster wrote:
Fuck, it’s Monday already? :?

my exact thoughts.

*edit*
it’s just a ramdom thought, but the topic for this discussion reminds me of MUSHROOM MUSHROOM =P

Chaz
September 5, 2005 at 8:53 am

angelus_raptor wrote:
and starbucks coffee is great =P a nice change, though i’ve seen this pic somewhere… no, not this exact pic. but the concept art is familiar.

Quote:
So this isn’t what I set out to do at all. I had a regular script all ready, something about Abe & Preston leaving a Starbucks and finding themselves in another Starbucks, causing an infinite Starbucks loop, and then this piece you see above just kinda popped out. (Obviously inspired by Escher’s Relativity) Putting Abe & Preston on this seemed to be a bit arbitrary then, so I left ‘em out.

Loved this one! I can relate to this because I’m from Eastern Canada and we have the same prolem with Tim Horton’s.

bass_on_treble
September 5, 2005 at 10:11 am

I’ve noticed that down there right after getting off the subway. That’s to me the scariest part of that neighborhood because just east of there is pretty damn cool and much less full of chains and stuff. Though in the past I’ve used those two Starbucks as a landmark to find Styvesant Pl….I guess that’s kind of a bad thing….

TheWrathOfKuhn
September 5, 2005 at 10:54 am

Man that’d be like a great Wi-Fi spot though….

Death Mage
September 5, 2005 at 10:57 am

Absolutely brilliant.

Nicoel
September 5, 2005 at 11:05 am

We don’t have any Starbucks in South Australia yet, although I’m sure it’s just a matter of time… :wink:

We have Hudsons though and they do some awesome coffee :twisted:
I wish there were more though, the one near my work is soooo far away, especially for someone who dispises walking :P
McDonalds coffe sucks, but at least that’s drive-through :roll:

megabigBLUR
September 5, 2005 at 11:26 am

Starbucks is new enough to Malaysia that we don’t despise it yet. (We still think McDonalds’ is cool.) Although most people’s brew of choice is instant Nescafe + condensed milk whipped up by an Indian guy at a roadside stall…mm, kopi ais.

I’d never seen ground coffee until my freshman year in college in the US. I bought a bag of coffee at the supermarket, mixed it with hot water, and wondered, “Why isn’t this stuff dissolving?”

BaconNeggs
September 5, 2005 at 11:51 am

I’m surprised they havn’t wised up and taken over the newsstands that are IN the subway stations.

Gleanerizer
September 5, 2005 at 12:03 pm

In the San Francisco bay area, I once saw three Starbucks in the same plaza mall. One inside the grocery store, one independent, and one inside the bookstore. The one inside the grocery store folded just before I moved out of there, things must be pretty rough. :roll:

The funniest part is that any time a competitor like Peet’s, Tully’s or some local gig opens near a Starbucks, it chases the coffee giant out like Jesus driving out the devil, because they tend to have the same quality and lower prices. Starbucks’ stranglehold puzzles me.

Ipsa
September 5, 2005 at 12:58 pm

I wish there were a plethora of Stabucks where my parents live. They’re overrun by Wal*Marts.

I haven’t had me some Starbucks in a long time. Because I can’t afford it.

happyinthedark218
September 5, 2005 at 1:13 pm

Nice Comic Bern! I once went to a mall with Mcdonalds and 2 starbucks and a Walmart right next door.ARGHHHH! :evil:
(place picture of person pulling hair here)

“Do not think of pain as a curse. Think of it as small gifts from god telling you that you will soon feel his blessing of your death.” -MOCK(Master of Chaotic Kick-ass)

Alexandra
September 5, 2005 at 1:15 pm

*claps*

AbbyNormal
September 5, 2005 at 1:54 pm

There are no limits to your vision, B, bravo!

Simon_Says
September 5, 2005 at 1:56 pm

Bernie, Einstein would envy your genious.

thrashbluegrass
September 5, 2005 at 2:05 pm

New Starbucks Opens In Rest Room Of Existing Starbucks

Starbucks To Begin Sinister ‘Phase Two’ Of Operation

CREAMASTER
September 5, 2005 at 2:21 pm

I actually live in a building in Vancouver, that has a Starb*cks in it and directly across the street is another one. When people ask my address I tell them “I live at Starb*cks and Starb*cks”… and they know where that is.

http://www.gergltd.com/users/isaac.gerg/starbucks/images/sas.jpg

Lady_Shera
September 5, 2005 at 2:44 pm

starbucks is great but where I live if you want it you gotta drive for an hour to get it. :cry:

great comic its true there are so many of some things in this world you cant help but run into them. :lol:

Barnsey
September 5, 2005 at 3:05 pm

Being from England ive enjoyed reading everyones comments this week. Most of you say there are too many Starbucks’ about…but then the ones who dont have Starbucks’ near to them complain that there are too few, i think theres too many caffiene addicts in America lol

Back to the comic. i found it funny, changing the famous illusion into a Starbucks related parody, but i feel its not nearly as funny as when Abe and Preston are doing there crazy thing.

And sumthing that i didnt understand on the version with Abe and Preston in it was why is Preston saying ‘Malkovich, Malkovich, Malkovich, Malkovich’?? puzzles me more than the comics puzzle

wow thats a long ramble there, well im done, Adios

sardine
September 5, 2005 at 3:10 pm

CREAMASTER wrote:
I actually live in a building in Vancouver, that has a Starbucks in it and directly across the street is another one

Yeah, I live in Vancouver and know that location. It’s on Robson Street, which has at least another three Starbucks along its 2km stretch (one of them is about a five minute walk from Starbucks & Starbucks corner).

The Starbucks & Starbucks came about as a way to sort through the bureaucratic red tape of smoking laws (before the laws were changed again).

Vancouver also had the Starbucks in the car dealership (on South Marine) but I think it closed when the car dealership went belly up.

Black Ice
September 5, 2005 at 4:47 pm

I live outside of Atlanta and didn’t get this joke. At first I thought it was telling me that it meant things were hard to find in Starbucks. But wow I saw those links…

I wish there were more here, it’s so cold in winter, and I love their hot chocolate and cookies 8)

shesinparties
September 5, 2005 at 6:23 pm

I just moved to Oregon. I thought California was bad, but here there is a drive-thru espresso shop every block. It’s a bit overwhelming.

Master Chainsaw
September 5, 2005 at 7:42 pm

Ever noticed that when a Starbucks opens, you cant remember what the building was used for before? It’s like they appear out of nowhere.

Meneer Spaghetti
September 5, 2005 at 8:09 pm

Escher is from the Netherlands, but ironicly we do not have a Starbucks.. Subway and KFC are still trying to conquer our little country. Uhm.. I’m nog a big coffee lover anyway.

Alph Tech / STUART
September 5, 2005 at 9:15 pm

thrashbluegrass wrote:
New Starbucks Opens In Rest Room Of Existing Starbucks

Starbucks To Begin Sinister ‘Phase Two’ Of Operation

Dammit, I was going to come on, post this quote,

Maynard Poindexter write, “isaac – you must never have been in downtown san francisco. in the financial district there are literally 2, 3 or 4 starbucks at almost every corner and i am not exaggerating. the only reason i can think is so that you don’t have to cross the street to get to the other one. i’m not kidding! (i don’t have pics because i am too lazy to go do that) But, ask around to people who live/work there – there are so many that it is easily confirmed. the joke is – in one of my MBA classes, we studied starbucks corp, and according to starbucks long range strategic plan, they are only at 25% of their total goal. where will the others go?! (the universe will actually end when there is finally a starbucks INSIDE another starbucks!!)”

And link to THOSE TWO ARTICLES.

DAMN YOU ALL TO HELL!

Xhydra
September 5, 2005 at 9:43 pm

Finally, aesthetics reach ALP! I’m seeing Starbucks in a whole new light now!

Holly Resurrected
September 6, 2005 at 1:33 am

I have no use for Starbucks. I don’t drink coffee or fancy house sodas so the only thing there I like is hot chocolate and Starbucks hot chocolate is bitter and oily. And way too expensive. I’d rather get it at the bookstore I work at. At least I get a discount.

However, I love Escher, so this rocks. Although I didn’t get the “Malkovich” comment. Somebody explain it to me?

jennif
September 6, 2005 at 1:47 am

There’s a scene in Being John Malkovich where everyone is John Malkovich, and the only words out of any of the Malkovich’s mouths are “Malkovich, Malkovich, Malkovich”.

Starbucks Starbucks Starbucks Starbucks

~j

Alph Tech / STUART
September 6, 2005 at 2:04 am

By the way, I’ve been to Seattle and I’ve seen those Starbucks. It’s not like they’re all the same or anything, it’s like a bus stop. It’s on every block and you don’t really notice.

ash_wednesday
September 6, 2005 at 5:20 am

There is a fuuny story about coffee shops taking over the world..

I remember one time in Ottawa I was walking with a group of friends in a huge mall parking lot. At one end there was Tim Hourton’s. When we got to the end of the parking lot, there was a smaller Tim Hourton’s. BTW that’s a dougnut and coffee shop.

Munan
September 6, 2005 at 6:31 am

Funny, when you talk about coffeeshops…

In Amsterdam, we mean something quite different when we use that word.

Warui Tanuki
September 6, 2005 at 9:32 am

Here in Little Rock, Arkansas, we only had one Starbucks for a while, in a Barnes & Noble. Then finally, a second one opened. Across the street.

megabigBLUR
September 6, 2005 at 10:37 am

Barnsey wrote:
i think theres too many caffiene addicts in America lol

What? The English are the ones who started a war on China because of tea! (well, and opium, but that’s another drug altogether)

Ipsa
September 6, 2005 at 11:24 am

munan wrote:
Funny, when you talk about coffeeshops…

In Amsterdam, we mean something quite different when we use that word.

Ha ha! I was in Amsterdam once, had a great time (not at a coffee shop). The parts of it I saw were really nice. My roommate and I took a train there during a ten-day break at school to see the Anne Frank house, the van Gogh museum, and the Heineken brewery. A friend of hers told her to go to the Grasshopper (is that the name? something like that). We walked by it and… it didn’t smell like coffee! :lol:

Mctittles
September 6, 2005 at 2:59 pm

I liked the one with Abe and Preston in it better. The Malkovich joke was fitting.

TheWrathOfKuhn
September 6, 2005 at 7:43 pm

Barnsey wrote:
And sumthing that i didnt understand on the version with Abe and Preston in it was why is Preston saying ‘Malkovich, Malkovich, Malkovich, Malkovich’?? puzzles me more than the comics puzzle

It’s because of a movie called “Being John Malkovich.” Frankly I only see a tenuous connection, but there was a similar feeling of “WTF is going on” so I suppose it works. The movie is a Spike Jonze film I believe…it’s been ot long enough you should be able to find a copy in a British rental store or something. It’s a great movie, check it out.

CelticPredatoress
September 6, 2005 at 8:16 pm

angelus_raptor wrote:
Thanks Blaster.

Blaster wrote:
Fuck, it’s Monday already? :?

my exact thoughts.

*edit*
it’s just a ramdom thought, but the topic for this discussion reminds me of MUSHROOM MUSHROOM =P

yeah, mondays suck big time.

where i live, you’re hard pressed to get a decent coffee from anyplace, much less a starbucks (the nearest one is three hours away from where my town is). new york is getting overrun by starbucks, we’re getting overrun by wendy’s, mcdonalds, and burger kings.

Private Whore
September 6, 2005 at 8:50 pm

munan wrote:
Funny, when you talk about coffeeshops…

In Amsterdam, we mean something quite different when we use that word.

Uhm, we use the same word here in Enschede…

I btw have a Playboy (my sis and stepmom bought it for my 17th birthday… they thought it was funny) with naked Starbucks employees in it (all of them are female… just thought I’d mention it…)

angelus_raptor
September 6, 2005 at 9:21 pm

i represent the voice of the male community in this forum when i ask by naked, is it naked naked-with-underwear, or naked naked?

oh yeah.. what are they doing naked anyway? promoting Starbucks coffee?

Ipsa
September 6, 2005 at 9:35 pm

“Je suis le président de Burundi.”

“Ah, oui, Burundi! Je le connais bien. C’est tout près de Zaïre,
tout près de Mozambique. …non, Tanzanie, Tanzanie! J’ai les appris quand j’ai les pox de poulet {should be “…quand j’ai eu les pox}. Je dois partir maintenant par ce qu ma grand-mère est flambée.”

Obscure?
(French courtesy of http://www.auntiemomo.com/cakeordeath/translation2.html . Come on! I’m American! I don’t have the patience to learn more than one language! :wink: )

Death Mage
September 7, 2005 at 12:07 am

Mr Chainsaw wrote:
Ever noticed that when a Starbucks opens, you cant remember what the building was used for before? It’s like they appear out of nowhere.

Kickwood Mall – Bismarck, ND. Former location was a scented candle shop.

Across the street in one direction, one is inside a book store. What was there before was simply books, perioditcal section for part of it.

Across the street in the OTHER direction there is a drive-through one in a parking lot. There was no building there beforehand.

And, IIRC (I don’t live in ND anymore), one took over a Taco Bell location.

By now there are probably about 15-20 more, all within a few blocks of the mall. But I remember what was there frist! BOOYA!

lillyonelee
September 7, 2005 at 12:27 am

angelus_raptor wrote:
and starbucks coffee is great =P a nice change, though i’ve seen this pic somewhere… no, not this exact pic. but the concept art is familiar.

The movie “Labyrinth” wiyh David Bowie, you see the infinite loop stircases at the end. Yes I am that old.

Blaster
September 7, 2005 at 12:35 am

Yeah, and you can see his package bulging too.

Vale
September 7, 2005 at 8:51 am

I’m from Italy and we don’t have Starbucks here yet..but I’ve been to the US and..it’s a fast food invasion there! We only have Mc Donald’s here (which I honestly hate) but I think we have even more Mc Donald’s than you have because there’s no other fast food chain here, luckily..
As for Starbucks..there are enough family-run bars and bakeries here , so I don’t think it would take over so easily. It was really amazing for me, I was in Florida and I just saw so many of them..it’s totally different. In my opinion, the quality is not bad, but it is when compared to normal bars..
wonderful idea bernie, anyway!(and I didn’t know that Escher was Dutch, even though reproductions of his works are very common around here..)

Warui Tanuki
September 7, 2005 at 10:03 am

Vale wrote:
..but I’ve been to the US and..it’s a fast food invasion there!

That’s (part of) why we have so many fat people here. :D

Inquisition
September 7, 2005 at 10:36 am

Warui Tanuki wrote:

Vale wrote:
..but I’ve been to the US and..it’s a fast food invasion there!

That’s (part of) why we have so many fat people here. :D

I was sitting in a bar with a friend, when an extremely large man walked in and ordered 3lbs of buffalo wings (three helpings… this place serves LOTS of wings). anyway… my friend turns to me and says “sweet jesus… how long do you think it would take us to eat that guy?”

I looked at him flatly, and said the only thing that came to mind…”raw or cooked?”

Private Whore
September 7, 2005 at 11:31 am

angelus_raptor wrote:
i represent the voice of the male community in this forum when i ask by naked, is it naked naked-with-underwear, or naked naked?

oh yeah.. what are they doing naked anyway? promoting Starbucks coffee?

Butt-nekkid! Yeah well, one of them is covered in coffee fluf or something and the other is wearing some fishnet shirt… but all parts are clearly viewable…

They are posing for pictures in the Playboy… duh! :P

ash_wednesday
September 7, 2005 at 11:54 am

Warui Tanuki wrote:

Vale wrote:
..but I’ve been to the US and..it’s a fast food invasion there!

That’s (part of) why we have so many fat people here. :D

Too true, too true…even in Canada, *sigh* oh and Hi Vale. I hope you enjoy canada better.

Vale
September 7, 2005 at 12:11 pm

It’s true..lots of fat people..I only stayed for 2 weeks, so I didn’t really see much, unfortunately,but thats something that you notice immediately. I think that the problem is that quality food costs a hell of much money (as far as I could see)and also quantity…most things that they serve are unbelievably huge. One thing I really loved were pancakes, we don’t have them around here.
Anyway, I was really amazed by the quantity of chains I found there, even if most of them were better than McD
I haven’t been to Canada yet :D those are pretty long journeys from here!But I’m definitely planning to,even if I guess I’ll be spending my holidays in Europe for at least a couple of years (that was pretty expensive)

megabigBLUR
September 7, 2005 at 2:26 pm

oops sorry for posting the same thing two times. i have a bad wireless connection so i thought the first post didn’t get submitted.

Kortren
September 7, 2005 at 8:35 pm

Greetings from Puerto Rico! It looks like the Starbucks phenomenon is just getting started here. 11 stores have opened in the past four years, and many more are under construction or setting up. What exactly does it take to join their franchise? “Send us $100 and we’ll deliver a Starbucks Store Creation Kit! Just add water and POOF, you’re the owner of a brand-new, commercially attractive, coffee-serving, wireless access-equipped, 100 square foot area!” But what really startles me is the amount of success that they’ve had here, considering the fact that we brew some of the finest coffee in the world, and all they serve is expensive, imported, artificially-flavored stuff!

By the way, did you know the script for the movie “Alien” was originally titled “Starbeast”? (What a huge raft of shit!)

We love you, Bernie! Keep ‘em coming!

angelus_raptor
September 7, 2005 at 11:39 pm

Kortren wrote:
By the way, did you know the script for the movie “Alien” was originally titled “Starbeast”?

holy whack! imagine if it were titled “Starbeast”, and we see Abe ‘n Preston and go: look, a Starbeast and a Yautja!

Ipsa
September 7, 2005 at 11:48 pm

Kortren wrote:
By the way, did you know the script for the movie “Alien” was originally titled “Starbeast”? (What a huge raft of shit!)

“Starbeast”? That sounds like a bad Star Trek porn-star name.

(Should be drinking coffee so as to stay up and get paper written…)

Blaster
September 8, 2005 at 12:05 am

“Never do today what you can put off until tomorrow.” -Procrastinators’ Maxim

Ipsa
September 8, 2005 at 12:28 am

Blaster wrote:
“Never do today what you can put off until tomorrow.” -Procrastinators’ Maxim

Amen.

Vale
September 8, 2005 at 2:10 am

‘Starbeast loves Yautja’ doesn’t sound so good either :D

Blaster
September 8, 2005 at 2:23 am

:lol:

ash_wednesday
September 8, 2005 at 3:45 am

Vale wrote:
It’s true..lots of fat people..I only stayed for 2 weeks, so I didn’t really see much, unfortunately,but thats something that you notice immediately. I think that the problem is that quality food costs a hell of much money (as far as I could see)and also quantity…most things that they serve are unbelievably huge. One thing I really loved were pancakes, we don’t have them around here.

See, it’s hard for most people to stay thin because of those reasons…and more. All the healthy foods are A: cost a lot or B: Don’t taste any good. I should know. I went from a junk food person to a heath food eating guy. But It’s hard since most of the take out stuff are mostly fatty foods. And not too many people are excrecissing (sigh…sp?) like they should.

You should see the amount of wayyy overweight people here in my city. I’m not talking people with a little beer belly. I’m talking about people that are 250 lbs plus!

At least I’m trying to be better. See I went from living off of junk food. Drinking 2 liters of pop a day to taking kickboxing 3 times a week, drinking green tea everyday and drinking 2-4 liters of water a day. I’ve lost a lot of weight but it is hard to keep going sometimes.

Master Chainsaw
September 8, 2005 at 8:46 am

Blaster wrote:
“Never do today what you can put off until tomorrow.” -Procrastinators’ Maxim

“If a retainer will just think about what he is to do for the day at hand, he will be able to do anything. If it is a single day’s work, one should be able to put up with it. Tomorrow, too, is but a single day”
Hagakure
That quote’s kept me sane through some really crappy jobs.

Jesus
September 9, 2005 at 5:09 pm

Love the comic, having lived in Mexico City I truly get the humor, especially the transit comic strips. Now I live in Calgary, Canada and the building that I work in has two Starbucks, one on the ground floor and the other on the 2nd floor. I thought the first one was going to be close once the new one was built, but it seems they are here to stay. Across the street there is a Tim Horton’s and they attract clients from several blocks, including me. Location might be important when doing business but this time is not the case.

Cheers

booknak
September 9, 2005 at 8:35 pm

“If a retainer will just think about what he is to do for the day at hand, he will be able to do anything. If it is a single day’s work, one should be able to put up with it. Tomorrow, too, is but a single day”

I live across the street from that guy!

http://www.pbase.com/lroberts/image/37004746

Master Chainsaw
September 9, 2005 at 9:08 pm

booknak wrote:
I live across the street from that guy!

You live across the street from Ghost Dog? Umm, isn’t he dead?

ash_wednesday
September 10, 2005 at 2:45 am

I saw that movie. It sucked.

Black Ice
September 11, 2005 at 2:51 pm

ash_wednesday wrote:

Vale wrote:
It’s true..lots of fat people..I only stayed for 2 weeks, so I didn’t really see much, unfortunately,but thats something that you notice immediately. I think that the problem is that quality food costs a hell of much money (as far as I could see)and also quantity…most things that they serve are unbelievably huge. One thing I really loved were pancakes, we don’t have them around here.

See, it’s hard for most people to stay thin because of those reasons…and more. All the healthy foods are A: cost a lot or B: Don’t taste any good. I should know. I went from a junk food person to a heath food eating guy. But It’s hard since most of the take out stuff are mostly fatty foods. And not too many people are excrecissing (sigh…sp?) like they should.

You should see the amount of wayyy overweight people here in my city. I’m not talking people with a little beer belly. I’m talking about people that are 250 lbs plus!

At least I’m trying to be better. See I went from living off of junk food. Drinking 2 liters of pop a day to taking kickboxing 3 times a week, drinking green tea everyday and drinking 2-4 liters of water a day. I’ve lost a lot of weight but it is hard to keep going sometimes.

keep it up, i used to drink a gallon of water a day, school started up and i cant piss every 20 minutes so i can’t do that anymore, lol. i would have a 6 pack if it weren’t for the cookies i keep eating. :( im not fat but i dont have a 6 pack right now. lol. almost. just gotta stop eating cookies and i love them so much. maybe next april, when i’ll give up cookies and candy for lenten. man that’s gonna suck..

ash_wednesday
September 11, 2005 at 10:42 pm

Black Ice wrote:

keep it up, i used to drink a gallon of water a day, school started up and i cant piss every 20 minutes so i can’t do that anymore, lol. i would have a 6 pack if it weren’t for the cookies i keep eating. :( im not fat but i dont have a 6 pack right now. lol. almost. just gotta stop eating cookies and i love them so much. maybe next april, when i’ll give up cookies and candy for lenten. man that’s gonna suck..

So we are pretty much in the same boat then. Mind you I’m not drinking that much water a day. Just about up to 4 liters a day. And I enjoy cookies too, but I have maybe one big cookie a week. Giving up cookies and candy for lenmt is a great idea. I rather have a 6 pack of abbs and have the women treat me like a piece of meat ( :D ) then having a cookie ANYDAY. Good luck.

cinemafreak
September 13, 2005 at 10:16 am

congrats on the love from Rocketboom.

-RandomWords-
September 14, 2005 at 6:17 pm

I live in Seattle, WA and I counted 8 different Starbucks on the way from school to the bus stop today, that’s about 6 blocks. Made me sort of depressed

benzenex
September 18, 2005 at 10:57 am

I thought maybe we should hear from an actual Starbucks barista in here too. I love the comic, I printed it and posted it in the backroom of the Sarbucks I work at, everybody loves it. I think we see it as something like: Resistance is Futile

Master Chainsaw
September 18, 2005 at 2:51 pm

benzenex wrote:
I thought maybe we should hear from an actual Starbucks barista in here too. I love the comic, I printed it and posted it in the backroom of the Sarbucks I work at, everybody loves it. I think we see it as something like: Resistance is Futile

You corporate scumfuck!!!! :P Quick, Techno Dracula choke him with your force powers. :lol:

slippy666
September 20, 2005 at 12:14 pm

I wanna see them move into Canada and take over Tim Hortons … i have about 12 of them in my small city … ahhh

singealiene
March 27, 2006 at 7:11 pm

I love telling people to meet me at the Starbucks on Astor place.

Twitch
June 13, 2008 at 1:30 am

Not very many Starbucks whare I live, but it’s still early. According to this thread, and the fact I know Starbucks are takeing over, I cnclude this; AHHHH!!! Starbucks are takeing over the world!!!!! Run for your lives!*panics*

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you are really my alltime favorite online comic. please condense these into a book. I would buy them in a HEARTBEAT. I bet B&N would too. speaking of franchises, you could do the same thing w/ b&n. Cept they’re closing stores….

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