- Jul 27, 2006
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- Holton, IN elevation 768 ft
spoon":33mty4lm said:Ok 2 things here. The first sentence in the article says 7 cups of "instant" coffe. Nobody in their right mind drinks instant coffee on purpose, right? Secondly, 7 cups of coffee isn't really all that much. I drink more than that almost every day and I don't think I have halucinations. I am going deaf though. Hmmm I wonder.....
Ryder":crfxrawe said:I drank far more than that back when I was in college. If it hadn't been for coffee and cigarettes I don't know if I would have got any nourishment at all.
As far as the hallucinations, you just have to adjust and live with them.
jw":39m8scf1 said:Lammie":39m8scf1 said:
You are so correct - it isn't your fault. You are just a victim and I think you should ask for a government bailout.
brandonm_13":30o5pkv5 said:Hmmm.. Let me think. People who drink more coffee have more hallucinations. Weirdos visit all those coffee shops where they listen to poetry. They also do drugs and get hallucinations. I wonder if there's a connection? :banana:
Cattle Rack Rancher":3glfbvmo said:Maybe its sort of a 'bell curve' thing. I drink about two pots of coffee a day. I'm pretty sure that if I cut back to a measly seven cups that it might have some adverse affects such as hallucinations for awhile.
Lammie":3pes4eri said:brandonm_13":3pes4eri said:Hmmm.. Let me think. People who drink more coffee have more hallucinations. Weirdos visit all those coffee shops where they listen to poetry. They also do drugs and get hallucinations. I wonder if there's a connection? :banana:
My son is a coffee house guy. He uses it mainly to get wifi access. The last time I went in there it was full of geeks. I could not honestly see those guys getting high, unless it is from playing some online role games.
Trust me, a genuine druggie would not feel at home in there.