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(Science Daily)   You think you have Java problems now? By 2080, arabica could be extinct in the wild, commercial production severely reduced by changes in rainfall and temperature   (sciencedaily.com) divider line 5
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2013-01-14 08:10:30 AM
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Arabica Coffee Could Be Extinct in the Wild

Your cup of joe is not from coffee found in the wild.
2013-01-14 07:51:57 AM
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Alright, you neocon, derp-tarding "Climate change is a lie" bastards. This has gone TOO far.

Look. I wasn't too bothered when you used chicken to put buttsex people to death in Uganda. I wasn't TOO bothered when you decided to try to teach the idea that some grey aliens created humans and put them in Kentucky in 7 days because of Hayseus. I didn't get my jimmies rustled when you made "Don't mess with Texas" an official part of their education curriculum.

But you've gone too far now. You've farked with my coffee. And you do that, the torches and pitchforks come out.

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2013-01-14 08:45:03 PM
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SevenizGud: phaseolus: The only thing I've learned from you is that I won't miss anything worthwhile after I put you on my ignore list.

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You have to admit that responding to someone trying to get you to simply clarify your vague assertions with even more vague assertions probably isn't worthwhile from the questioner's point of view. Much like repeatedly posting a graph that you know to be problematic, it reflects badly on your ability to rationally discuss a topic. I still think you can do better.
2013-01-14 09:02:09 AM
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The deniers will start falling in line once Kentucky Bourbon is no longer able to be produced in Kentucky due to climate change.
2013-01-14 08:05:18 AM
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So global warming may now be responsible for less coffee in the world? The implications were bad enough before, but this is over the line. I'm sharpening the points of my pitchfork as I type, and the consummation of my percolated rage will be many an oil tycoon meeting their demise in a stabby fury.
 
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