In the only event I've managed to resemble a drug policy roundtable, the local burnished youth exclaimed, "Starbucks is our drug!" Last I checked, caffeine is not on the DEA's schedule, and don't we all know the jailhouse was never on Mr. Hughes' schedule, especially with a charge of selling drugs attached. Oh, the stories I can and will tell, like the surveillance photographer neighbor who was "cleaned out," a car crashed into the living room as a bit of a "message," narcs staggering about dazed, because back in the day I tended to narc-out narcs, the drugs in the trash, the guns in the trash, and people who are multicolored and multicultural trash.
Selling illegal drugs. I don't do it, and I don't use them, but caffeine is often in my system, so I invite the following people to drop by the Starbucks at 605 E. Janss Road, and surely you already know what town Hollywood's Trojan Horse is parked in, don't you?
MARIE MONIQUE ROBIN, Author, The World According to Monsanto
GINA BIANCHINI, Andreesen Horowitz
MINNIE INGERSOL, Google Alternative Access Team
CHIP & DAN HEATH, Authors, Switch
PIERRE BONNAT & CELINE VIGNAL, Sensawaft
DARRELL ISSA, Congressman
ROUZBEH PIROUZ, Turquoise Partners
LARRY KOTLIKOFF, Boston University
JAMES WALSTON, American University of Rome
MT CARNEY, Mouse Marketeer
NANCY DUBUC, Lifetime/History Channels
SHOOTER JENNINGS, Executive Consultant
PIPER PERABO, Covert Affairs