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A basketball team that Howard Schultz once bought and later sold. He wanted to preserve them for Seattle, and thanks to his qualities as a leader, they are now based in Oklahoma City and are using a different name.
Let's hope that Howard, king of the smoothies, slurpees and coffee flavored milk, can handle his other businesses as well as he handled the Seattle SuperSonics.
by YouDon'tKnowWhoIAm? September 26, 2008
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A basketball team that Howard Schultz once bought and later sold. He wanted to preserve them for Seattle, and thanks to his qualities as a leader, they are now based in Oklahoma City and are using a different name.
Let's hope that Howard, king of the smoothies, slurpees and coffee flavored milk, can handle his other businesses as well as he handled the Seattle SuperSonics.
by YouDon'tKnowWhoIAm? August 10, 2008
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A 2.95 Slurpee, made by Pinkberry, and sold by Starbucks. Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz is a major stakeholder in Pinkberry. Unlike the Vivanno, the Sorbetto doesn't make you fart all day long.
Shall we get a Sorbetto?
No, let's go to the 7-eleven and get a proper Slurpee that is 4 times bigger and will only cost us half of what Starbucks charges.
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A place you pass on your way to a gourmet coffee house. The more European coffee culture in Australia already had introduced people to espresso based drinks. Where in other countries Starbucks would open the market and than would be copied, in Australia that stage was skipped and customers went straight on to the gourmet coffee houses.
Bruce, Bruce, Bruce and Bruce passed Starbucks Australia on their way to the Philosophy Department at the University of Wooloomooloo to get a delicious cappuccino at the local Italian gourmet coffee shop. Looks like those poofters will be 71% closed said Bruce and Bruce, Bruce and Bruce agreed.
by YouDon'tKnowWhoIAm? August 9, 2008
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A place you pass on your way to a gourmet coffee house. The more European coffee culture in Australia already had introduced people to espresso based drinks. Where in other countries Starbucks would open the market and than would be copied, in Australia that stage was skipped and customers went straight on to the gourmet coffee houses.
Bruce, Bruce, Bruce and Bruce passed Starbucks Australia on their way to the Philosophy Department at the University of Wooloomooloo to get a delicious cappuccino at the local Italian gourmet coffee shop. Looks like those poofters will be 71% closed said Bruce and Bruce, Bruce and Bruce agreed.
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Having a coffee enema. The turd place is filled with coffee for the deep cleansing effect. Used before engaging in anal sex. Any coffee can be used for this, but poofs prefer Starbucks coffees like, French roast, Italian roast and Espresso blend. Popular in both the New York and the Seattle gay culture.
Howard certainly enjoyed the Starbucks Experience. Having his turd place filled with a venti mocha cappuccino with extra caramel made the rim job even more rewarding. Until he let go ...
by YouDon'tKnowWhoIAm? July 16, 2008
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A result of opening so many new Starbucks coffee shops that some of them were opened inside existing Starbucks coffee shops.
CAMBRIDGE, MA — Starbucks, the nation's largest coffee-shop chain, continued its rapid expansion Tuesday, opening its newest Starbucks in the men's room of an existing Starbucks.

New Starbucks Opens

"Coffee lovers just can't stand being far from their favorite Starbucks gourmet blends," said Chris Tuttle, Starbucks vice-president of franchising. "Now, people can enjoy a delicious Frappuccino or espresso just about any time they please, even while defecating."

The new men's-room-based Starbucks, the coffee giant's 1,531st U.S. location, will be open to both men and women when not "in use." In addition to offering specialty coffees from around the world, it will serve freshly baked pastries, Italian pannini sandwiches and soups, as well as the rest room's usual selection of toilet paper and soap.

"This is a great addition," said Jonathan Connolly, a Boston-area banker who tried out the new Starbucks Tuesday. "I was enjoying my usual triple mocha latté in the main Starbucks, and I had to go to the bathroom, where three people were in line to use the stalls. The wait might have been a problem, but, to my great pleasure, there was another Starbucks right there, ready to serve me more delicious coffee. And the baristas were helpful and courteous."

Connolly added that after he finished drinking his coffee and using the bathroom, he stayed for a poetry reading near the urinals.

"I was a little bit worried about the new restaurant cutting into our business," said Dave Grobelkowski, manager of the original Starbucks. "But the only people going there are ones who have already purchased items from us anyway. And if we run out of stirrers or cream, we can just go to the bathroom and borrow some."

According to Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz, the new location represents the beginning of a long-term expansion plan.

"Eventually, Starbucks rest rooms everywhere will sell coffee," Schultz said. "But that ambitious scheme is at least five years down the road. In the meantime, we plan to open an additional location in this Starbucks' ladies' room within months, and are already drafting plans for a fourth restaurant along the corridor leading from the main seating area to the rest rooms. At some point a 'Star-bucks Express' window will eventually open in the walk-in closet of the men's room Starbucks."

"Drink our coffee," Schultz said. "Drink it."
by YouDon'tKnowWhoIAm? July 18, 2008
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