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Date: 22 Jan 2007 09:49:05
From: LinkBoi
Subject: Baristas in Seattle wear lingerie
http://seattletimes.nwsource.com/html/localnews/2003535398_coffeegirls22e.html

What some women do for cash!!

LB
http://linkboi.blogspot.com





 
Date: 23 Jan 2007 18:32:27
From: Flasherly
Subject: Re: Baristas in Seattle wear lingerie


On Jan 23, 1:43 pm, "Jasonian" <jason.hae...@gmail.com > wrote:
>
> I thought you had given up the concept in favor of opinionated social
> ranting, until the very end when you said, "hot cuisine coffee in their
> laps". Boy was I releived to see that.

For the most part, no, though for a rant or two, there's always
Starbucks or someone selling something or another. Probably something
about girls in the news serving coffee in lingerie in parking lots in
the morning that does me in everytime when it comes to good coffee rant.



 
Date: 23 Jan 2007 10:43:39
From: Jasonian
Subject: Re: Baristas in Seattle wear lingerie

Flasherly wrote:
> LinkBoi wrote:
> > http://seattletimes.nwsource.com/html/localnews/2003535398_coffeegirls22e.html
> >
> > What some women do for cash!!
> >
> > LB
>
> Rah, rah...go biguns...sis cum bah! Hope that's suitable to a spirit
> of the coffee storm and $5 cups of coffee. Saw an Ayn Rynd excerpt
> being used in defense of a copyright arguement the other day --
> effectively that laws are made, in a ginal fashion, no one can obey.
> The burden then a suppositional shift into guilt, an allied control
> mechanicism and an interesting representation on her part, which
> importantly lends itself to discern what words should lack import.
> Doesn't make sense that anything particular from that article should be
> far from a double standard she supposes, looking over the juicy bits
> for back-stabbing surprises -- either from a fringe, where highschool
> girls are enticed to make the draw, or Amy to further titillate their
> newsworthiness within disgusted concerns formed in alliance for the
> vice squad to remind humanity of its limits. What women will do for
> cash is also of interest from studies conducted under the premise of
> what they'll do for career advancement, media, or the chance to be
> recognized in front of a camera broadcast. A subtler matter in
> mannerisms, perhaps, and though they may be only highschool girls, hey,
> they've still got to start somewhere with someone willing to provide
> sufficient inducement. All those poor, grizzled smokers denied a warm
> table by law, sitting in specially designated parking lot areas
> outside, with hot cuisine coffee in their laps and someone impressed
> with genuine interest in catering to their well-being. Hard not to
> think such thoughts couldn't but melt so warm and tender young hearts.
See, I thought this newsfeed forum was about coffee.

I thought you had given up the concept in favor of opinionated social
ranting, until the very end when you said, "hot cuisine coffee in their
laps". Boy was I releived to see that.



 
Date: 22 Jan 2007 20:55:38
From: Flasherly
Subject: Re: Baristas in Seattle wear lingerie

LinkBoi wrote:
> http://seattletimes.nwsource.com/html/localnews/2003535398_coffeegirls22e.html
>
> What some women do for cash!!
>
> LB

Rah, rah...go biguns...sis cum bah! Hope that's suitable to a spirit
of the coffee storm and $5 cups of coffee. Saw an Ayn Rynd excerpt
being used in defense of a copyright arguement the other day --
effectively that laws are made, in a ginal fashion, no one can obey.
The burden then a suppositional shift into guilt, an allied control
mechanicism and an interesting representation on her part, which
importantly lends itself to discern what words should lack import.
Doesn't make sense that anything particular from that article should be
far from a double standard she supposes, looking over the juicy bits
for back-stabbing surprises -- either from a fringe, where highschool
girls are enticed to make the draw, or Amy to further titillate their
newsworthiness within disgusted concerns formed in alliance for the
vice squad to remind humanity of its limits. What women will do for
cash is also of interest from studies conducted under the premise of
what they'll do for career advancement, media, or the chance to be
recognized in front of a camera broadcast. A subtler matter in
mannerisms, perhaps, and though they may be only highschool girls, hey,
they've still got to start somewhere with someone willing to provide
sufficient inducement. All those poor, grizzled smokers denied a warm
table by law, sitting in specially designated parking lot areas
outside, with hot cuisine coffee in their laps and someone impressed
with genuine interest in catering to their well-being. Hard not to
think such thoughts couldn't but melt so warm and tender young hearts.