Thursday, April 19, 2018

Free Coffee



Starbucks has been busy






Making reparations.






It's the least they can do.






Your Pal,

LSP

15 comments:

LL said...

It's the very least that Starbucks can do...

Jim said...

I'll keep on brewing my coffee at home. I'll spend the five bucks on something else. Ammo is always good.

Adrienne said...

Their coffee is horrible. The corner gas station has better coffee (not to mention those clever cappuccino machines that squirt out God know what.) Cut it half in two with regular coffee and it's delicious. My new favorite is the Mounds Candy Bar flavor.

And besides, the folks you meet at the gas station are way more fun then anyone you meet at Starbucks.

The only good thing Starbucks ever had was their Java Chip ice cream in the grocery stores. They no longer make it - dopes.

G Lewis said...

The trouble with gleaning much of your content and scare tactics from troll sites, a habit you seem very fond of LSP, is that the inevitable typos in the lowbrow source material gives the stuff away immediately as fiction. The fact that memes, and the other such random trash as often graces these pages, are stationary and can’t be fixed before you re-post them in your otherwise precisely written blog, gives them away every time. The greater risk you run is appearing to have less of a “blog” and more of a troll site yourself, writ large. Sadly this chicanery always goes unnoticed by your less discerning readership, inviting people, like your lapdog friend LL for example, to take everything as the gospel truth (as it were). There were no typos in the indication that baristas use the promo code 1488 for price redemption, btw, which is code of a different sort. I don’t think I need to decipher it for you, but I will anyway: “We must secure the existence of our people and a future for white children. Heil Hitler.” Bad politics LSP, bad ideas, bad form.

LSP said...

I'm glad you liked the helpful coupons, GL. But be careful, LL's in a gentler, kinder, forgiving phase right now but even that's quite fierce.

Everyone knows that 1488 celebrates the year Bartolomeu Dias rounded the southernmost tip of Africa. Why you equate that to the Bavarian Corporal escapes me, Dias was Portugese.

I'm surprised you didn't know that.

LSP said...

I 2nd the motion, LL. Feel free to print off and distribute these useful coupons.

LSP said...

$5 is a lot for a coffee, Jim. Just think, two lattes = a box+ of 5.56, throw in a pastry and a copy of the NYT and hey presto, you're up to some .45ACP.

LSP said...

I use a Bodum press, Adrienne. I bought it at Walmart for around the price of 3 Starbucks coffees. Mind you, with the coupons that equation changes.

Adrienne said...

I love my French Press too. Also my Bialetti Moka Espresso pot (a classic)

What's up with this Lewis dude and how come he didn't take the time to insult me? I'm crushed.

LSP said...

Adrienne, GL's a very, very old friend. He lives in Detroit and could well have been drinking while reading the New Yorker, compounding the vice.

Hopefully LL won't mount a punitive expedition...

I like those espresso pots a lot.

Adrienne said...

Seriously??? You know this guy? Good grief. Now I'm even more insulted he didn't rag on me.

LSP said...

Adrienne, I apologize for my friend. His Grandfather was a famous Thomist priest, albeit Anglican, and... looks like our boy fell off the wagon and went trolling. Probably from a Detroit bar.

I've refused to run his trollery until he comes up with an amusing counterpoint to Dias and South Africa.

Not hard, surely.

C'mon, GL. Waiting.

Adrienne said...

No apologies necessary. I hope we're waiting for him to dis me. It would make my life complete.

LSP said...

Adrienne, we live and hope!

G Lewis said...

I did “rag” on u Ariadne but even LSP couldn’t bring himself to publish it. Too colourful. I didn’t know I could make a grown man blush, but you certainly would have dear.