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  • We are in a second guilded age. The rich flaunt unimaginable wealth while the poor stay sick and hungry. The last guilded age ended partially because the newspapers called out the hypocrisy and evil of the rich. This time the rich have made sure to buy and or control the media. Thus we find half of those in grinding poverty actively cheering on the rich as if the act of praising the rich will make some of their fortune rub off on them.
    The last guilded age ended without bloodshed, if we keep driving this one to new extremes, this age may end with guillotines.
  • "Get a chance to pay $150 for a cup of coffee"

    Wow, what a great privilege they have bestowed upon us.

    Maybe someday the paper will get the chance to act like real journalists.
  • fark you, Lizzy Acker. Lazy shiat reporting for years. She's the one who said the downtown protests were "no big deal" because "no one lives downtown." Just top notch journalism.
  • Jesus, did the coffee shop at least have to pay an ad rate?
  • Honestly, if you were a coke dealer this seems like it'd be a great place to meet new customers.

    I bet if you made a venn diagram of people dumb enough to pay that much for coffee, and people who'll want to buy coke, you'd end up drawing a single circle.
  • If they think its a horrible waste to dilute 150USD coffee with oat "milk", then I wonder why the same person would dilute any coffee with oat "milk". Just eat a caffeine pill if you don't like the taste of coffee IMHO.
  • Millennial tips for saving money: bring lunch from home, cancel streaming services, unionize, burn Wallstreet to the ground, eat the rich.
  • ng2810: Millennial tips for saving money: bring lunch from home, cancel streaming services, unionize, burn Wallstreet to the ground, eat the rich.


    I like bacon, so can I have the pigs eat the rich first?
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    Today we've secretly switched the $150 cup of coffee with Sanka. Let's watch the camera ...
  • Ketchuponsteak: If they think its a horrible waste to dilute 150USD coffee with oat "milk", then I wonder why the same person would dilute any coffee with oat "milk". Just eat a caffeine pill if you don't like the taste of coffee IMHO.


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  • How about I take that money and buy a bottle of really good whiskey instead?
  • ...blah blah blah Millennials.  Man Gen X's turn in the barrel is coming.  Gen X is gonna be the new Boomer any... year... now, I just know it.
  • FTA:   "Would you pour Coke into a $150 shot of whiskey? You wouldn't even add ice. "

    The answer is of course not, one does not use Coke, clearly one uses Mountain Dew.
  • Private_Citizen: We are in a second guilded age. The rich flaunt unimaginable wealth while the poor stay sick and hungry. The last guilded age ended partially because the newspapers called out the hypocrisy and evil of the rich. This time the rich have made sure to buy and or control the media. Thus we find half of those in grinding poverty actively cheering on the rich as if the act of praising the rich will make some of their fortune rub off on them.
    The last guilded age ended without bloodshed, if we keep driving this one to new extremes, this age may end with guillotines.


    lol at "guilded age" x3
  • middleoftheday: ...blah blah blah Millennials.  Man Gen X's turn in the barrel is coming.  Gen X is gonna be the new Boomer any... year... now, I just know it.


    go ahead and blame gen X. not like any of us would care.
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    Today we've secretly switched the $150 cup of coffee with Sanka. Let's watch the camera ...


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  • middleoftheday: ...blah blah blah Millennials.  Man Gen X's turn in the barrel is coming.  Gen X is gonna be the new Boomer any... year... now, I just know it.


    Whatever
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