cup of joe?

whether you call it java,  mud,  battery acid,  cup of jolt, morning thunder or just plain coffee, it seems like we just can’t do without it.  this year I picked up the “indie coffee passport”.  i had so much fun discovering quirkly little coffee shops that not only served wonderful coffee but great food as well.

here is the link just in case you want to get your own (this year’s expires 31 october)

http://www.indiecoffeepassport.com/montreal/participating.html

how do you like your coffee?

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“It is inhumane, in my opinion, to force people who have a genuine medical need for coffee to wait in line behind people who apparently view it as some kind of recreational activity.”

― Dave Barry

“No matter what historians claimed, BC really stood for “Before Coffee.”
― Cherise SinclairMaster of the Mountain
 
“Police work wouldn’t be possible without coffee,” Wallander said.
“No work would be possible without coffee.”
They pondered the importance of coffee in silence.”
― Henning MankellOne Step Behind
 
“Do you know how helpless you feel if you have a full cup of coffee in your hand and you start to sneeze? ”
― Jean Kerr
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