Unhealthy Coffee Components, and Other Links

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  1. Alex says:

    The Robert’s story is interesting for discussion and thought, but ultimately doesn’t change anything other than people’s opinion of him.

    I thought the article about psychopaths was the most interesting.

  2. Devon Herrick says:

    “Coffee is a complex substance that contains more than 1,000 compounds that may affect health.”

    I wonder how cheap, Folgers compares to the Arabica beans found in gourmet coffees? I also wonder how dark roasted coffee beans compared to light roasts? Also, what about raw beans? Some people praise the health benefits of raw or very lightly roasted coffee beans when used in coffee enemas.

  3. Devon Herrick says:

    “Almost psychopaths” are more than the real thing.”

    This article claims that people who are borderline psychopaths are more dangerous than those that are truly psychopaths. This is because the “almost” psychopaths are harder to detect and, therefore, more apt to get away with their misdeeds.

    I wonder if the same is true of “almost” sociopaths?

  4. brian says:

    It would be a shame if Roberts was influenced by media coverage.