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Monday, January 19, 2009

My cup of Starbucks tea also provided thought...

I'm new to Starbucks as for going in retail and/or stores inside of stores so bear with me here. From last Tuesday til tomorrow, I've been in free Tazo tea mode. Hey, the cue word is FREE. As a newbie to the coffee chain serving my favorite brand of tea, the cups have become as much as of an interest as the flavors I'm trying. Did I mention - FREE?? They have a 'The Way I See It' series on each and every cup, I presume. Today's cup really brought forth some deep concentration on what it really means... and it reads:

#112

"If you got a dollar and you spend twenty-nine cents on a loaf of bread, you've got seventy-one cents left. But if you've got seventeen grand and you spend twenty-nine cents on a loaf of bread, you've still got seventeen grand. There's a math lesson for you."

-Steve Martin-
Comedian and writer.


Any thoughts??

PS - the tea was supposed to be a Tall tea which is the freebie. This was a grand and it came with a "grand" thought. Thanks to the lady in Dunkirk, MD Safeway for this!!

2 comments:

  1. Get back over here Kofi. I got the SB, now explain U and X.

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