Coffee wars reach full boil
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#1 May 9, 2009
The last few times I have ordered a coffee drink at McDonalds, the person making it (always someone different) didn't quite know what they were doing. They kept flippin through the instruction book and it always tastes different or not good at all. Needless to say, I will go elsewhere for now, tired of wasting my money and maybe try back in a few months when they fully train their crew on how to make these drinks.
#2 May 9, 2009
Did a focus group (presumably after approving your front page story lineup, with editing recommendations) determine that your readers really want to read about "coffee wars" three or four times a month? In light of your newsroom cuts, and that the Wall Street Journal is going to outdo you on this story every time, your energy would be better spent by hitting the streets in search of news your readers care about.
Since: Mar 07
#3 May 10, 2009
The instruction book? It's pretty straight forward. Perhaps they were still under training?
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