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The longest coffee line in Boston

Cafenation in Brighton Center with monstrous Gilmore Girls line

Gilmore Girls fans flooded Brighton Center this morning, as RoadTrip New England shows us for Cafenation's one-day transformation into Luke's, where people who got in got free coffee in a Luke's cup.

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to the cute girl with the coffee cup!

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And clogged it up with their chirpy-ness and lack of knowledge of moving to the back. Made for a rougher commute.
*grumble grumble*

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Maybe instead of caffeine, some kind of sedative could be put in their coffee. In the meantime there's alaways earphones and earbuds.

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Ahem, it's Gilmore Girls.

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Typo fixed.

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You couldn't pay me enough money to go within a mile of that

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Where I'm from, and I'll say the same thing here that I said on the Burlington Free Press Facebook page:

Lot of unemployed people in Boston. I'll also go ahead and point out to those slow on the uptake that I don't know whether or not they're actually unemployed, and that I'm just being glib.

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Even jaded old Hollywood reportedly had a long line.

Seems a long time to wait for a free cup of coffee.

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on their hands. I'm always kinda fascinated about why most of the millennial 'college kids' never seem to be in any particular hurry, morning, afternoon, or night. And they seem offended when confronted with others who are in a hurry to get to work, get home, etc.

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We get it: Anything you're not interested in sucks. And I'm sure you only spend your time working for the betterment of mankind.

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Since when are college kids of an generation constantly in a hurray? Not every student in Boston attends MIT or Harvard, and even then, half of the kids at those schools are no different from other college kids.

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Um, because they're "college kids". They don't YET have to sit in a cube for 8 soul-sucking hours a day (just a few hours in a classroom)

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Since you don't remember that far back old timer, college students generally don't have classes from 9-5, so there is time for stuff like this. I remember doing stuff like this and it was awesome and I loved life back then and miss it

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It is called "night shift".

Ever heard of it?

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