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Eddie Mair | 11:50 UK time, Tuesday, 2 June 2009

obsession. I'll be interviewing this man soon.

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  • 1. At 12:29pm on 02 Jun 2009, DI_Wyman wrote:

    I think he needs to get out more!

    DiY :-p

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  • 2. At 12:32pm on 02 Jun 2009, The Stainless Steel Cat wrote:

    Ask him if he's ever had cat-poo coffee!

    Kopi Luwak, made from coffee beans that have passed through the digestive system of civets. Apparently only A$50 a cup.

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  • 3. At 12:38pm on 02 Jun 2009, Sid wrote:

    I think he needs to stay in more!

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  • 4. At 12:38pm on 02 Jun 2009, eurorsw9200 wrote:

    If 18-19 million English waste their time watching and voting for Britain has Talent - and this and such similar programmes clearly show that Britain does NOT have the talent - let us not judge this rather silly coffee junkie!

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  • 5. At 12:58pm on 02 Jun 2009, Charlie wrote:

    Well done that "Winter" man.

    Whatever the motivation, it's good to get around and see a few of this world's countries. And, you at least know you'll get a decent coffee when you reach each destination.

    A personal question I know but tell me, how can you afford to do this? Are you sponsored?

    The total cost of the coffees alone will be staggering...

    Will there be a book?

    Anyway, when you finish this mission, I guess there's always the possibility of reprising the task, comparing one chain of stores product against the chain you're now working-on...

    Winter, You may have found your life's work...

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  • 6. At 1:24pm on 02 Jun 2009, funnyJoedunn wrote:

    Tesco Tea bags...a better choice of addiction.

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  • 7. At 07:36am on 03 Jun 2009, godisaboy wrote:

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