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By Tim Murphy
Are you one of those people who unconsciously groove to the music while standing in line at Starbucks? Or maybe you're more akin to the Master-of-the-Universe type who uses those free moments to pound out e-mail missives? Here are some of the most common Starbucks waiting-line stances—and what they say about you.