Starbucks has the market on multiple trips per day virtually cornered. Recently I realized my relationships with the cashiers and baristas there were reaching an awkward comfort level. I start every day in a Starbucks in suburbia, then I hit a Manhattan Starbucks on 42nd St. for two visits. Afterward, I visit my friends at Starbucks on 23rd St., and there is a fourth visit to a Starbucks unit on 72nd St. or 2nd Ave. I won't give the homeless $5, but I will spend many dollars on the ...

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