If you deal in sterotypes, you think of NASCAR fans drinking domestic beer. The times have changed, my friends. In the line at Starbuck's Thursday morning were at least 10 NASCAR fans. I can tell because they talked about going to the race, or wore shirts with pictures of a driver or car on it. I'm a news gatherer, and reading between the lines is what I do.
Problem is, almost all of them ordered the coffee version of milk shakes. Their drinks were like ice cream sundaes or Little Debbies with a jolt. I don't care what other people drink, but the stuff the race fans ordered required a great deal of time to concoct. It took almost as much time to get to the front of the coffee line as did to get through traffic to Daytona International Speedway.