Coffee Conspiracy

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I wonder how stoopid you'd have to be to think that Jim Morton would add something addictive to his coffee. I also know Jim is no longer associated with Jim's, but that doesn't change the coffee and what IS NOT in it. Caffeine is a stimulant and your body can crave it like an addiction or just have a dependency on it (similar to an addiction for those of you that may not understand the difference because you actually think theres something addictive added into the coffee). So yeah, here we are in 2014 and a lot of folks believe this conspiracy theory. Why don't farmers make potatoes addictive then? Orange juice, too? Wake up people or put on your tinfoil hats and don't talk. Oh, and I love Jim's coffee and so does the rest of this country. You get to where you are by being the best (or you can believe its all a clever conspiracy on so many levels I won't even bother typing it out). —Brenda

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