wait, what happened?
I went to BK to try their new frappes because it’s coffee and that means I have to have it. It should be noted I don’t really like fast food and rarely eat it, but back to the story. I ordered a burger and a caramel frappe and was then told their machine was broken. Being the generally nice person I am I asked if I could then get a strawberry banana smoothie because why the hell not. No. The machine was broken. Okay. Whatever, I’ll eat the shitty BK food and just accept that the universe hates me. So, then I sit in the drive-thru line for way longer than appropriate for fast food and finally pull up only to see a fucking smoothie sitting there ready to go. Broken machine? BROKEN MACHINE!? FUCK BURGER KING.
Moral of the ridiculously long,unnecessary story: DO NOT STAND IN THE WAY OF ME AND MY COFFEE. The end.
Just so you’re aware.
- Starbucks Dude: *Hands Kiley her trenta iced coffee* So, I'm guessing you have a paper to write tonight?
- Me: Nope, I just really like coffee.
- Dude: Oh, well you probably wont be sleeping anytime soon though.
- Me: Nah, I'll be fine. I'm an addict. It relaxes me.
- Dude: That's bizzare.
- Me: I'm sorry?
The authors of the newly released book, It’s Even Worse Than It Looks, talked to NPR about the ideological extremism of the modern Republican Party and how it has led to a political climate more dysfunctional than ever before.
“I don’t believe in a golden mean; I don’t believe you find policy wisdom between two polar points. I don’t dismiss that possibility, but I look at the platform that’s so ideologically based, that’s so dismissive of facts, of evidence, of science, and it’s frankly hard to take seriously.”