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I meant to post this yesterday

I just got so caught up in doing things that were less important to me. Sometimes ya just need some down time, ya know? So I have my tuition that I paid today...talked to school about the mistaken "5th year Senior" crap. (shake head) My school makes me so mad sometimes. When I first enrolled they had my major wrong, they had me as a Civil Engineer...let's see...Civil...Computer...hmmm...I guess the "C" through them off.

So a really sweet Starbucks Incident happened on Sept. 11. One of the people in line started a bit of a trend...he bought his own coffee as well as the person directly behind him. The person behind him bought the coffee for the person behind him, and so on and so forth. Sweet hmm?

Oh my...bomb threat in downtown Seattle...(sigh)


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Sep. 13th, 2002 04:36 pm (UTC)
that coffee thing doesn't make much sense to me. So the first guy bought his own and one other's. So did the guy who got his coffee bought buy for the guy behind him? So was everyone still paying for 1 coffee, or did every other person pay for 2? either way it sounds damn stupid to me.
Sep. 13th, 2002 05:01 pm (UTC)
lol...the person who started it paid for two coffees. His and the person behind him. From that point on the next person would pay for the coffee belonging to the person behind them...damn I hope that isn't confusing.

I think it is nice, sort of "random act of kindness" lol...
Sep. 13th, 2002 07:22 pm (UTC)
so everyone still ends up paying for a coffee.. it just makes no sense.
Sep. 13th, 2002 07:53 pm (UTC)
lol...the point was to pay for someone ELSE's coffee...it is kind of like when someone you dont know gives you something? It is like the neverending circle of love. Kind of like the movie "Pay it Forward". I do something nice for you, you in turn do something nice for x-amount of people.
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