You Should Drink & Work at Brainstorm Print Cafe

…if life finds you in Douglasville, Georgia, as it does me from time to time. They feature a Tropical Joes smoothie menu, coffee, and actually encourage you to come and work for hours with cubicle-like setups – free, with free wifi! They also have a conference room for rent, and do a full range of printing and graphic design. There need to be more places like Brainstorm. In the meantime, come here and enjoy doing what you’ve gotta do.

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4 Responses to You Should Drink & Work at Brainstorm Print Cafe

  1. Billy Neal October 16, 2008 at 11:31 am #

    Why not? He is the messiah after all.

    vomit.

    Even Jews can be duped into believing in Obama’s propaganda of “Hope,” and “Change” to solve all of our world’s problems. Considering he is the most liberal politician in office (even more than Pelosi who now leads the current congress with the lowest approval rating in history), I don’t believe it for a second. Don’t get me wrong, the man sounds brilliantly charming… but the substance behind his words is suspiciously absent. A few glimpses into his voting history and personal past should be causing us to ask more questions.

    Worldview should be our key concern in any electable official, but it seems the only things were interested in are the delectable rhetoric that is sweet to the taste and warm to the heart.

  2. zoecarnate October 16, 2008 at 12:55 pm #

    Wow…all that ire for an innocent ‘ole smoothie shop in Douglasville! 🙂

  3. coldfire October 22, 2008 at 4:28 am #

    Hey Mike,
    I think it is interesting more and more how work and play are intermingling. I think this is a good thing. =)

    It is also interesting how much ‘work’ we can get done now simply from laptops in a coffee shop.

    This says something about the nature of the Christian church in the new century. We are no longer confined to the ‘spaces’ where church normally happens. We should be thinking of innovative ways to church in both the physical world and the ‘virtual’ world.

    p.s. I don’t know why I put so many things in quotes.

  4. Alison October 24, 2008 at 12:23 pm #

    Mike,I’d sure like to know the next time you are hanging out in Douglasville- I’d love to stop by for a late and a chat.

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