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Why has the term "coffee klatch" all but disappeared from the web?

 
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01/22/2011 06:29 PM
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Why has the term "coffee klatch" all but disappeared from the web?
Weren't these get-togethers a critical part of the McCarthy era?
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Re: Why has the term "coffee klatch" all but disappeared from the web?
Try coffee klatsch.
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01/22/2011 06:35 PM
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Re: Why has the term "coffee klatch" all but disappeared from the web?
Try coffee klatsch.
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About the same. No wiki entry, no "history of", no ties to McCarthyism pages. Everything I used to read about the red commie stuff mentioned klatches.
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01/22/2011 06:37 PM
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Re: Why has the term "coffee klatch" all but disappeared from the web?
If you are referring to the 2005 hit starring the unstoppable Miguel Sandoval as "Man" and the inimitable Joel Marshall as "Agent" then I am all in

[link to www.imdb.com]
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Re: Why has the term "coffee klatch" all but disappeared from the web?
If you are referring to the 2005 hit starring the unstoppable Miguel Sandoval as "Man" and the inimitable Joel Marshall as "Agent" then I am all in

[link to www.imdb.com]
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Cool movie, but no.
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