I realize that the point being made in The Case for Bad Coffee isn’t so much about the quality of the coffee so much as it is about the quality of the experience, but you know what? As much as I like “good” coffee, I also have a soft spot for the “bad” stuff… we have a few big jars of Moccona that my mother-in law shipped over as part of a care package, I am a big, big fan of deli and diner coffee, and I have been known to grab a cup from the odd street cart, too.

All that aside, the “good” vs “bad” labelling thing is weird to me, too; kind of like pizza, even bad coffee is usually OK.

(Via Hacker News)