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Albert Einstein Weighs In On Coffee
“A mathematician is a device,” said the esteemed genius Albert Einstein, “for turning coffee into theorems.”
Fine Coffee and the Truism Everyone Knows But Doesn’t Follow
“Good coffee may come from Arabia or India, from the Blue Mountains of Jamaica, or via France with an admixture of chicory,” said Lady Jekyll, adding “but its flavor and excellence will be derived from daily careful Roasting and Grinding, a truism universally admitted and habitually disregarded.”
Win One For the Gippur!
It was the revered and humorous President Ronald Reagan who said “I never drink coffee at lunch. I find it keeps me awake for the afternoon.”
Celtics Player Mixes Coffee and Gatorade
“Too much coffee. Too much coffee and Gatorade,” said Celtics hero Kevin Garnett adding, “It’s a hell of a mix. If you’re ever tired in the morning, just try that mix and tell me what you think.”
Winston Churchill Provides A Witty Retort
“If I were your wife I would put poison in your coffee,” Lady Nancy Astor said to the revered Winston Churchill, prompting the response “If I was your husband I would drink it.”
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The Coffee Blend of the Devil
“Decaffeinated Coffee,” someone once said, “is the devil’s blend.”
Repose From the Revered Bean
“Coffee and tobacco,” states a Turkish proverb, “are complete repose.”
It Tastes Like A Wet Sleeve!
“English coffee tastes like water,” lamented Fred Allen, “that has been squeezed out of a wet sleeve.”
What Is the Most Common Form of Breakfast – Ask Mark Twain
“The average American’s simplest and commonest form of breakfast,” wrote the prolific Mark Twain in A Tramp Abroad, “consists of coffee and beefsteak.”
Blood in My Caffeine!
“There’s too much blood,” someone once said, in my caffeine system!”
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Coffee and Bean Soup
“It was one of those mornings when a man could face the day only after warming himself with a mug of thick coffee beaded with steam,” reflect Richard Gehman in The Haphazard Gourmet (1966) adding, “a good thick crust of bread, and a bowl of bean soup.”
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Barbara Streisand Offers Coffee
“Why don’t you have a cup of coffee at least?,” asked Barbara Streisand, adding “I, um, I’m a little low in sugar and I don’t have any cream, but it’s real coffee.”
Chewing On A Foam Coffee Cup
“Eating rice cakes is like chewing on a foam coffee cup,” joked Dave Barry, “only less filling.”
Animal Functions – A Knowledge of Tea and Coffee
“It is true, says Liebeg, that thousands have lived without a knowledge of tea and coffee; and daily experience teaches us that, under certain circumstances, they may be dispensed with without disadvantage to the merely animal functions,” said Isabella Beeton in 1861, “but it is an error, certainly, to conclude from this that they may be altogether dispensed with in reference to their effects, and It is a question whether, if we had no tea and no coffee, the popular instinct would not seek for and discover the means of replacing them.”
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Drinking Coffee Is Different Than Playing Golf
“I do much of my creative thinking while golfing,” said Harper Lee, adding “If people know you’re working at home they think nothing of walking in for a cup of coffee, but wouldn’t dream of interrupting on the golf course.”
Coffee Spoons A Good Measure of Life
“I have measured out my life,” T.S. Eliot penned, “with coffee spoons.”
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Starting the Bay With Rich, Black Coffee
“Somehow, the Good Lord don’t want to see no man,” said Robert Newton Peek in A Day No Pigs Would Die, adding “start a cold morning with just black coffee.”
A Dog, A Fireplace, and Irish Coffee
“I can envision a small cottage somewhere, with a lot of writing paper, and a dog, and a fireplace,” said Lieutenant R. Van de Geer, “and maybe enough money to give myself some Irish coffee now and then and entertain my two friends.”
Rich Coffee With A Layer of Yellow Cream
“After a few months’ acquaintance with European ‘coffee’ one’s mind weakens, and his faith with it,” wrote Mark Twain in his well-received A Tramp Abroad adding, “and he begins to wonder if the rich beverage of home, with it’s clotted layer of yellow cream on top of it, is not a mere dream after all, and a thing which never existed.”
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Coffee And the Basic Needs of the Human Heart
“Actually, this seems to be the basic need of the human heart in nearly every great crisis,” said Alexander King adding, “a good hot cup coffee.”
Napoleon Woke Up With Coffee
“Strong coffee, much strong coffee, is what awakens me,” said the fearless Napoleon Bonaparte adding, “Coffee gives me warmth, waking, an unusual force and a pain that is not without very great pleasure. I would rather suffer than be senseless.”