On February 14, thousands of gun rights advocates will drop by their local Starbucks to spend a $2 bill. The note will denote their support for Starbucks’ firearms policy, which observes all local, state and federal laws. In other words, despite pressure from grumbling gun grabbers, the Seattle coffeesmith refuses to ban guns in their stores where concealed and/or open carry isn’t prohibited by law. But there’s a bit of moaning amongst the firearms fraternity about “Starbucks Appreciation Day.” Some members of TTAG’s Armed Intelligentsia have been kvetching about Starbucks coffee. Is it really that bad? And if it is, what food or drink item will you be purchasing to avoid the liquid that’s inspired some of the coffeescenti to call the chain “Charbucks”? Oh, and to keep our brand pure, Springfield .308.