Links with Your Coffee Sunday

September 2, 2007 at 1:57 am | Posted in Coffee links, Matthew Hurst | 4 Comments

Will resume during it’s regualar weekly anthology next week.  For the last week we’ve been filling your coffee links automaticly every day, but we’d still like to break in your Lazy Sundays over a pot of coffee and a cup full of links.  Do you find our daily link action impersonal or useful?  Is it a distraction from reading the blog posts we labor over or an augmentation to our (and maybe your) work online?  We’d love to be part of your daily routine (or at least RSS feeds), but until then here’s some lukewarm links to tide you over until our next batch of freshly brewed coffee is ready.



  1. Coffee puts the system under the strain of metabolizing a deadly acid-forming drug, depositing its insoluble cellulose, which cements the wall of the liver, causing this vital organ to swell to twice its proper size. In addition, coffee is heavily sprayed. (Ninety-two pesticides are applied to its leaves.) Diuretic properties of caffeine cause potassium and other minerals to be flushed from the body.

    Get the real scoop on coffee at
    And if you drink decaf you wont want to miss this special FREE report on the Dangers of Decaf available at

  2. Mary, are you a street-teamer? That definitely looks like you cut and pasted it from the CAA website. No one I know capitalizes free like that.

  3. speak for yourself Gabe; when something is truly FREE, I have no qualms capitalizing it as such.

    of course, in case of free advertising over bogus sweeping claims, it’s best to err on the side of coffee. especially since there is this thing called fair-trade, organic, shade-grown coffee. which is delicious, btw

  4. might as well start calling me a junkie

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