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Queensland powers into the 20th century with coffee carts

Posted April 10, 2014 into Blunty by John Birmingham

If course, it's too late me. But the hovercraft has its own espresso bar. The Bunnies make a very nice piccolo. But I suppose its nice for the little people.

At Blunty.

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Anthony would have you know...

Posted April 10, 2014

Living here in beautiful Bruns-a-wick where first class coffee abounds (and we have a couple of excellent local breweries), I don't have those third-world issues that you have in Queensland.

And when I ride my motorcycle down Lygon Street to the city early in the morning I can get a double dose of caffeine just by breathing in (and I don't have to worry about being stopped and told to strip so they can photograph my non-existent tattoos to see if I'm a "criminal"). And when I get to Minotaur books in the city I can park the bike on the footpath and browse at my leisure for the latest works specially flown in from afar.

So what if the weather can be awful. All I need to do is wait half an hour and it changes...

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Peter in the bleaches is gonna tell you...

Posted April 10, 2014

JB, I hesitate to comment - first world problem? I assume you can get a decent piccolo at Toowong?

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