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What is the biggest lie in modern society? The Drive-Thru is convenient.

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As is commonly observed by cat owners, it’s lazy. It’s rugged and tough because it’s an Alaskan outdoor cat, but it mostly just lays around. One morning this summer our cat was poking around my coffee cup that was sitting on the rail of the deck. A little PR blend seemed like the perfect solution to its lethargy.

I decided to take the cup away and research the impact coffee has on pets.

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For some, coffee has morphed into a meal, because it’s no longer coffee with stuff in it, it’s a coffee drink that’s primarily sugar that makes people feel full. That’s for a different post. Here are some ways to enhance your coffee, some of which I’ve even tried. 

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As a teacher (English teacher especially) part of my job description is to drink coffee. Black coffee. From a mug that only gets washed when refilled with more black coffee. I take ownership of this responsibility. I claim this stereotype. But with the school season about to start, I couldn’t help but wonder about preparation, specifically regarding the cleaning of my coffee receptacles to start the year fresh. I have the travel mug and a variety of mug mugs, all of which would likely mistake Dawn or Joy for sisters rather than cleaners.   There is a certain bravado I suppose...

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Written by Danny Lehr, @danny_Lehr CEO Caffeine and Kilos Have you ever been to the CrossFit Games?  The first time I attended as a spectator was 2008, the second year they were held.  The venue was Dave Castro’s family ranch in the hills outside santa cruz, CA. The athletes were there to have a good time, which sometimes involved a few beers between events.  And, speaking of beer, they were selling domestic cans for $2. 10 years later, a few things have changed. 2008 CrossFit Games The athletes competing no longer ‘just sign up’ online.  There is an arduous process...

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