This is not from The Onion

“And that’s the beauty of coffee. When we first started our journey, we were embarrassingly ignorant about the most basic aspects. The choices, the culture, the equipment—it was all so overwhelming that we had no clue where to begin.

But pretty quickly we found ourselves climbing the coffee learning curve. Learning to brew great coffee didn’t have to take forever. It was a hobby that you could pick up on a Saturday morning and feel good about.”

From The Atlantic online

Or, you know, you could just get a Mr. Coffee.

I love my coffee, and I get the whole passion-for-excellence thing, but seriously, at some point this stuff starts to feel like it’s been lifted straight from an episode of Portlandia.

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