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  1. Come full circle. I wonder how long a shift a barista has. It is an on-yer-feet, repetitive sort of job. A HenryFord type of career!

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    1. Perhaps in some cases but in others the coffee itself is art and they get to enjoy a good conversation as they go along. I have no idea how long they work.

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  2. Bill refuses to drink coffee out of cardboard cups.

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  3. Like this shot. Lots to catch the eye.

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