Friday, March 31, 2017

Last-Cup, the Uber of Coffee

Last-Cup, the Uber of Coffee

Zook, Kansas, April 1, 2017 - Save coffee, time and money.  LAST-CUP connects the people to the coffee. Every morning millions of Americans have a leftover cup of coffee.  And every morning millions of Americans wait in line and pay an average of $5 for a cup of brewed coffee. Until now.

The concept is simple!
  • Just sign up as a coffee host or as a coffee guest.
  • Indicate the number of cups available or needed. Reoccurring or day-to-day.
  • A stranger will stop by and say the secret catchphrase, LAST-CUP, indicating they went through our process of completing an internet based form.
  • Invite the stranger in, direct them to the coffee and let them enjoy.
  • The stranger has their coffee while you get ready for work.
What started as a neighborly gesture in Zook, Kansas in 2015, has now expanded into 8 cities in Kansas and Oklahoma. The founder of LAST-CUP is excited about this project going national in April 2017. Like Uber, payment is done in advance and tipping is not required. What could go wrong? LAST-CUP collects comments from members and has a patented 'coffee bean' rating so don't serve crappy coffee or leave behind  a mess.

Members can filter search results by distance, decaf, hazelnut and almond milk available. Expect this to make a big impact on mornings.

About Last-Cup:
Last-Cup is the No. 1 in-home coffee sharing brand in Kansas with more than 380 registered members in Kansas and Oklahoma and more than $1 billion in sales. Annually, Last-Cup serves more than 40 trillion cups. The company has been recognized as a Platinum Member of Kansas' 50 Best Managed Companies. Last-Cup believes that strong coffee inspire people to be strong leaders, and in 2015, the Last-Cup network was established to help support coffee drinking and boost people their full potential. Last-Cup is located in Zook, Kansas.

Last-Cup of Kansas

Monday, March 27, 2017

Medicine and Healthcare are fake
Renegade News' Arlington, Virginia office went deep undercover, to the 19th hole of an unnamed golf resort to gather facts for this story. Seems the medical and pharmaceutical industries do indeed control what medical news is released to the public, and where it is seen and heard.

The common cold.  Not everyone knows the common cold was cured in 1971. Cold medicine is a big money maker for primary care physicians and drug manufacturers. According to a pharmaceutical sales rep who prefers to remain anonymous, "it doesn't make sense for the medical community to walk away from big profits, 'the common cold has no cure.'"

Only 0.01% of the wealthiest on this planet are treated with a goal for a cure, the remaining population is sold medications, referred to multiple doctors and eventually infected with another virus and the cycle repeats.  Factoid: None of the 0.01% are left sick or suffering, they are treated and cured.

Epidemics. Imagine if epidemics were controlled releases, specifically to generate sales of new and expensive medications. Unfortunately we do not have the rest of this story as our reporter fell ill before completing the investigation. He has been suffering with the flu for three weeks and we have been holding onto his notes. As it is the week of Obama Care vote / no-vote, we feel it is topical.