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Family Man 3-15

I really like coffee. It’s one of my staples. I probably drink five or six cups a day. It’s one of the perks for writing for the paper – all the coffee I can drink. And, like most journalists I take mine black with none of the fancy sweeteners or euro-creams that turn coffee into some snooty, high-brow beverage you’d order at Starbucks. There’s a point when coffee ceases to be coffee and becomes whatever you’re pouring into it.

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