Wednesday, May 19, 2010

Makes Me Sad

I ran into Caleb in Charlotte this year, but I forgot to get his expert opinion on the ballistics of Dunkin' Donuts vs. Starbucks coffee. You see, due to the limited avaliability of Starbucks in my area I have to settle for Dunkin' Donuts for carry and I'm worried it's not adequate for knife-wielding jerks.

So which to you prefer for defensive use?

And please folks, lets not turn this into the equivalent of a Glock vs. 1911 debate.

9 comments:

Weer'd Beard said...

Tea is vastly superior. Of course as you might have noticed when you were riding in the backseat my tea is in one of these:
http://reviews.llbean.com/1138/I-212463/reviews.htm

That'll fuck somebody's shit up...at least long enugh for me to fish out my 230 Gr. +P .45 Dispenser!

Bob S. said...

Mike W,

I think this is a caliber issue more then a manufacturer issue.

Was Caleb carrying a Tall, a Grande or a Vente?

To misquote Yoda "Size matters, does it not?"

Breda said...

Dunkin' large iced coffee. (it's like the shotgun of coffees)

Sabra said...

I have this sudden urge to start ranting about Starbucks' soullessness...

Geodkyt said...

Cooper would not carry a Starbucks, or anything with Europoean style names or flavorings.

Beisdes, everyone knows 3 AM truck stop coffee is the best.

Eric R. Shelton said...

I have to say I'm actually a Circle K coffee fan, due to it's universal availability, and lower price than Starbucks. They both penetrate about the same, so I'll go with the one I can practice with for half the cost.

Weer'd Beard said...

The Coffee in the Media room was really tasty. I suspect you throw that stuff at a thug, He'll break off the attack until he's lapped up every spilled drop!

Mike W. said...

Cooper would not carry a Starbucks, or anything with Europoean style names or flavorings.

Of course not. Cooper would never carry some lightweight, European pansy caliber.

Steve said...

Well, the only coffee that has been proven to be dangerous in a court of law is McDonald's, so dangerous in fact they've had to put a warning on the covers. But I recently read that Starbucks is now being sued for having dangerous tea. So there ya go, McDonald's coffee, Starbucks tea; scalding morons since... well for a long time.