Einstein: Before And After Coffee

Even wondered how coffee could have affected Einstein? Now you no longer have to guess 😉

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  1. Ken Pike says

    Of Course! – so that’s why I have the ‘problem hair’ – too much coffee! :)
    But the Coffee Mug still sounds like a great idea!

  2. Russ Banister says

    Quoting Sean DSouza September 10, 2011 at 1:10 am
    “I do too. But I’m a bit of a coffee snob as a result. I’d rather not drink coffee than drink bad coffee”

    Yeah, meeee toooo! My buddy doesn’t understand that. We both grew up in an era when “truck stop mud” was an acceptable form of coffee. Times have changed.

  3. James S. Huggins says

    Yep. Caffeine.

    Along with Alcohol, Nicotine and Chocolate, one of the four legal recreational drugs still allowed in this country.

  4. Jane says

    An Einstein quote I saw just this week:

    Once you can accept the universe as matter expanding into nothing that is something, wearing stripes with plaid comes easy.

    :) There’s a simple brilliance to it.

  5. says

    Simply love my coffee! What’s best about coffee is that you can’t drink it fast. You must slow down to enjoy it and take a minute to gather your thoughts. Then you get a little kick to afterwards. Some of my best ideas were brewed over a cup of coffee. Even our business guarantee is caffeinated: “We promise fresh ideas and prompt service. If you’re ever unhappy, we’ll grind more beans and stay up all night to make it right again.”


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