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I need it right now. Can’t you smell the aroma wafting off the docks? Maybe the wind is moving it under the sequence of bridges north from Newark Bay. Lucky for whoever’s up there.
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Maersk Newark could be offloading coffee here, but you’d likely not smell it. A friend used to work customs at the seaport of Chicago; he loved bulk coffee cargoes wafting caffeine aroma up from the hold. Check these other pix of Newark headed out under my favorite bridge and loading up more coffee down in Santos.

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