Take a stroll down memory lane back to the Brady Bunch family picnic, where merriment, morality, and a crazy family lesson was bound to take place. You could almost see it, through the warm glow of your non-HD television.
What you didn’t know was that if it weren’t for your pals Deviant Devil and Pleasant Prophet, none of that palpable joy would have occurred.
Don’t try to guess where the story’s going either; it’s not because True Republic Roasters sent in a special coffee task force to grind fresh whiskey aroma beans (from Brazil) and give Greg and Carol a hot cup of Texas greatness. Yes, we did that too. But that wasn’t the most important thing.
You see, True Republic Roasters was doling out so much coffee, we didn’t know what to do with all the burlap sacks the Honduran, Brazilian, and Sumatran beans came in.
When the network alert came through the dial-up modem fax machine that a potato sack race was going to occur with no sacks, we knew what had to be done. Deviant Devil always followed the party so there wasn’t any way Pleasant Prophet was going to steal the whole show. They grabbed up as many green coffee burlap sacks as they could and got into the coffee roaster-machine to get to the Brady Bunch set as quickly as possible.
When they arrived, they were embraced by grateful un-caffeinated arms and the Brady Bunch got to experience true Texas hospitality. Oh yeah, Deviant Devil threw a mad rager after the picnic and everyone loved it except Pleasant Prophet. He left.