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older girl will want to try the chocolate mint one. She loves chocolate and mint. So hopefully while its out there will be a reason to treat her to starbucks.

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the "unicorn" drink was a takeoff on sour patch candies (yes revolting) geared towards tweens/kids. ("mom! dad! we HAVE to go to starbucks!!!")

this months flavours: s'mores and dark chocolate mint mocha.

might hafta try a mini of the mint dark choc mocha.

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Color changing drinks? As a customer I'm revolted. As a stockholder from day one, I'm somewhat intrigued.

Seriously though, Starbucks has been down this road before. Interestingly it was Schultz who made a big deal a few years ago about taking them back to their roots of solid coffee. Reminds me of the old coke/new coke "controversy".

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"Starbucks plans on rolling out more color-changing drinks this year following the success of its Unicorn Frappuccino"

Didn't get to try it. It really hasn't been hot enough here yet to get me ready for that much sugar in a drink. Maybe next time..

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April 2.

He's still there - just now "Executive Chairman".

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When did Schultz become the former CEO?

He's a rags to riches story; raised in the projects of NYC. Capitalist, opportunist, innovator...political leftie...

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So, 10 days after it came/blew up in here...

Starbucks plans on rolling out more color-changing drinks this year following the success of its Unicorn Frappuccino, which drove a large amount of traffic to its U.S. chains during its five-day release in April.

"Just stay tuned because we have a lot more coming," the company's former CEO, Howard Schultz, told a Thursday earnings conference call, CNBC reports. He says the funky, pink and blue Frappuccino bumped traffic to its chains—sales will probably be seen in Starbucks' fiscal third-quarter earnings— and helped with the coffee's chains brand awareness.

He also called the drink "the most stunning example of our understanding of digital and social media and Instagram," ABC reports.

"We will bring at least one new entirely new drink into Happy Hour this year that is going to be as good as Unicorn or better," Starbucks CEO Kevin Johnson said on the call, CNBC reports.

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Mayday, May 1, 2017, Liberal Communist must be in their glory. Orgasms all over the USA. Owebama gives BJ to Castro at DNC.

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Trooper mainly flies Delta. And about 1/2 the time is upgraded to first class. He is on a Delta flight right now, Dallas bound. Very few problems specially now that he is doing the company's southern territory and no longer has to worry about flying around in snow storms, other then the 3 times a year he goes to Denver.

I have lots of friends that love Southwest, but I have yet to find a decent rate flying with them, anywhere I want to go when I want to go there. Usually its like 99 bucks to get somewhere and 700 to get back home. Yeah thanks I'll just take the 349.00 round trip Delta flight thanks.

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NCAL,

So, those are two regulations that you think should be suspended; Allowing passengers to get out of there seats without recourse whenever they want, and not removing passengers from the plane who act out?

Those two regulations, which cost the airlines millions in lawsuits...They should go away? Then, the airlines will make more money and not have to fill every seat?

So, that's how you'd end the issue of overbooking?

Interesting. Not sure about anyone else, but I know that I'd feel much safer if those two regulations went away.

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