Question o' the day

Our last question asked: What, exactly, did India recently detain, citing fears of espionage? That would be a pigeon. Apparently India suspected fowl play from Pakistan.

Congratulations to Jeffrey Dvorkin, lecturer and journalism program director at University of Toronto (Scarborough) (and also formerly of CBC and NPR News) for being the very first to get that right! Honorable mentions go out to Malcolm Owen (who notes "They did one better than Dastardly and Muttley: They stopped the pigeon"), Rachel Roh, News NY and LI, Ron Casalotti (who points out "because everybody knows, pigeons have the straight poop"), and Ken Walker (who shared a picture of the jailbird) for all getting that exactly right, as well!

As for today's question, here it is: According to Washington Post's Roberto Ferdman, we've been drinking our coffee all wrong. What's the right way (and why)?

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