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Guy visiting every Starbucks

December 24 2005 at 9:40 AM

John M.  (Login JohnMx)

John Winter Smith of Silver Spring, MD, is visiting every Starbucks Coffee shop in the world. He buys coffee in each shop.

He's been to 4,500 of the 4,535 North America stores

He's been to 213 of the 1,018 stores abroad

He's a computer programmer.

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patrick craft
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December 24 2005, 9:45 AM 

I wonder if this goal would qualify as a DSM diagnosis. Maybe he is in need of a mood stabilizer or SSRI.

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(Login markvotapek)

happy holidays

December 24 2005, 7:54 PM 

Any highpointer making fun of or disparaging this guy ought to be given a black pot and kettle for Christmas. :p

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Rich Allen
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New Highpoints?

December 25 2005, 11:52 PM 

Poor many new Starbucks open per day, I wonder.

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Doug B
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What is the highest Starbucks in each state, US?

January 4 2006, 5:15 PM 

I can't help but ponder this question.

Personally I've spent about $5 (don't like coffee) lifetime at Starbucks, so the chain's success is even more amazing to me. If I drank a latte a day, as many do, there's about $1,200 a year I could save to spend on highpointing somehow.

Anyway, I read a couple years ago, Starbucks had a shop in all states but the Cowpoke state, Wyoming. But now that they have a movie about gay cowboys there, I'm sure it's fashionable enough for Starbucks to move in. Actually I'm sure they're there already, Jackson Hole seems hip enough to have one. Still didn't see a 'bucks in Pinedale on the way to climb Gannett, though.

So what is the highest Starbucks in the US? I actually spent part of my $5 at Starbucks in Beaver Creek, Colorado at about 9,000 feet. This could be the nation's highest Starbucks.
Where is the nearest Starbucks to each state highpoint?

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