Coffee Coffee Everywhere But Not A Drop To Drink | Eastern North Carolina Now

    Publisher's note: Alex J. Ortolano is a former U.S. Army Medical Evacuation Helicopter Pilot in Vietnam and now a patient observer of life, and the rest of us, who act act as Alex's muses.

    We are please to announce that you will be able to find Alex here at BCN or at his blogspot here.

    There was a time when we in the Good Ole USofA just drank our coffee & we paid no attention to our coffee.

    Then Coffee Experts started telling us Coffee Was Bad for Us & later Coffee Will Kill Us.

    This went on for decades.

    Earlier this year we were told that coffee might not be bad for us after all.

    Now we being told if we don't drink coffee we will die. Click here...

    Next time I meet up with a Coffee Expert I just might punch him in his smart nose.

    Would I kid u?


    Lagniappe: If you have not had enough of me for the day, read 2 other Blog Postings I did about Coffee
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( January 6th, 2016 @ 5:50 pm )
I can just not no trust coffee any moore becuse coffe dun first come from the middle east. And i just don't know about dem peple.

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