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Old 03-27-2008, 02:06 PM
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This is my ideal place to study for school work, or just to spent some quality time in during a nice day. I haven't been doing this much lately, but should get back into the habit of it some time soon. I plan on doing a decent job on my tests at school when I listen to something on my headphones and just spend time with a nice little Ice Blended drink or something. Oh, and hope I don't spot people I dislike, lol! But yeah, anyone else enjoy spending their time in little coffee shops?
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The best place to keep up with the news (yes, I still use real papers for my share of news), do your homeworks for the university. Every work that includes a pencil and paper just needs the surrounding of the holly temple of coffeine. Its a must!
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lol, what? Where they out of the large coffee?
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Old 03-27-2008, 03:41 PM
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lol, what? Where they out of the large coffee?
The cup seems to be a mocca because what looks like a notebook is actually a cellphone, I guess.
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Well, considering I'm an Oregonian...
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Old 03-27-2008, 08:59 PM
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It looks like there's a part of the Great Link in that cup. lol!
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This is my ideal place to study for school work, or just to spent some quality time in during a nice day. I haven't been doing this much lately, but should get back into the habit of it some time soon. I plan on doing a decent job on my tests at school when I listen to something on my headphones and just spend time with a nice little Ice Blended drink or something. Oh, and hope I don't spot people I dislike, lol! But yeah, anyone else enjoy spending their time in little coffee shops?
Is that Final Cut Pro, you're running there Quark?

Yeah, I love coffee shops!
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Old 03-27-2008, 09:28 PM
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I love the high quality coffee in a small Mom and Pop coffee shop, but as to the shops themselves, i never gave it much thought. The big franchise shops have clearly inferior coffee, and they can go suck an egg. But the odd named little privately owned places with the whooshing expresso machine and bags of arabica and boxes of tea bags and ceramic mugs on the shelves, now there's coffee for ya'! Just the smell of them puts me on auto pilot and whisks me right through the door.
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I kind of like coffee shops when there aren't too many other people there.

But my favourite place to study, write, work, drink coffee, whatever... is at home.
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At least their are not 100 kids running around a coffee shop.

bleeh, McDonald's has free Wi-Fi as well, but you have to put up with screaming kids.
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