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I think starbucks hosed me

I asked for decafe but I am bouncing off the walls awake right now. DAMNIT!!!




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I asked for decafe but I am bouncing off the walls awake right now. DAMNIT!!!
lol Oh man, I always fear that situation.

Starbucks decaf still zings me. Not sure what the caffeine dose is on their decaf, but it seems high.

Try a shot, or bottle if you prefer, of liquor to calm ya down.

"includes 10 used-car dealers or auto repair shops, 11 liquor stores and bars--two of which advertise lingerie fashion shows and a third billed as a "gentlemen's club"--three cut-rate motels and one trailer park. The squat, brick municipal building is next to a currency exchange and a few steps from an adult video store. The bars open at 10 a.m. and close at 6:30 a.m."

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Something must be fishy...I am going to go poke around in the back end..

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yes i think a beer sounds like a good idea. at am soo tweaked I'm ready to go tear the Ducati down and rebuild it




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Damn, wish coffee did that to me... I'm jealous
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Tony, they've been hosing you since the day you walked in there

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That starbucks was pretty jacked up at the time. I heard them say the blenders were broke, they had fire alarms, power outages, they ran out of a couple types of coffee, and some chick quit and put a hole in the wall. Talk about a bad day at work.
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Try a shot, or bottle if you prefer, of liquor to calm ya down.
If you have a genetic disposition for diabetes, this will actually bounce you off the wall more.

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you are such a yuppie. move to naperville now.
Wow, coming from the spokes model for yuppyism that means something, thanks




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lol Oh man, I always fear that situation.

Starbucks decaf still zings me. Not sure what the caffeine dose is on their decaf, but it seems high.

Try a shot, or bottle if you prefer, of liquor to calm ya down.
http://www.energyfiend.com/the-caffeine-database/

I'm bored, so I decided to look this up:

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Starbucks Bottled Frappucino 9.5 90 9.47
Starbucks Double Shot 6.5 130 20.00
Starbucks Grande Caffe Americano 16 174 10.88
Starbucks Grande Caffe Latte 16 116 7.25
Starbucks Grande Caffe Mocha 16 116 7.25
Starbucks Grande Cappuccino 16 116 7.25
Starbucks Grande Coffee 16 372 23.25
Starbucks Grande Decaf Coffee 16 12.7 0.79
Starbucks Short Coffee 8 186 23.25
Starbucks Tall Caffe Americano 12 116 9.67
Starbucks Tall Caffe Latte 12 58 4.83
Starbucks Tall Caffe Mocha 12 58 4.83
Starbucks Tall Cappuccino 12 58 4.83
Starbucks Tall Coffee 12 279 23.25
Starbucks Tall Decaf Coffee 12 9.5 0.79
The first column is the drink size (oz), second is amount of caffeine (mg) and the third is mg/oz.

I need to find some of this stuff:

http://www.energyfiend.com/caffeine-...feinated-syrup

100 mg of caffeine per oz.
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