Oh Duncan – you ain’t far off there – Today was the day that Chicken Joe’s goose got cooked! – down and out in Durban at the crummiest airport second only to the toilet on Trainspotting.
It hurts us precious! It hurts us so!
Planes, trains and automobiles.
I have to say out of the three my best mode of transport is a good old fashioned train, they go straight and they are reliable. Next would probably be planes, I freaking love take off, awesome feeling…although landings sometimes freak me out. As for cars…well I’m not a big fan, they are just plain scary.
Anyways planes as I just said are my second favourite way to get around, obviously over long distances it’s the only option…driving across country is a personal torture beyond all imaginable forms of pain. Trains over long distances are cool as they meander through hills and mountains, really relaxing…but yeah they can take a long time to get anywhere….unless of course you are on a Japanese bullet train, I can’t wait to go on one of those.
Hiya super peeps.
Living in this world most definitely has its dangers and nobody is immune to the mortal coil of life.
No matter if you are in the middle of a fierce fire fight on some “body strewn” battlefield, or just walking home from work, we all have a chance to meet our end, even under the most simple of circumstances.
I’ve heard of poor unfortunates who die falling out of bed or stepping out the shower.
It’s a scary world, no doubt.
The Tshirt of the Day is one of those designs that can have more than one meaning…of course most things are subjective, what’s your opinion of Oshin’s design: Danger.
Oshin’s Danger design is undoubtedly very South African, what with the text of Danger being in multiple languages it really gives off a local vibe.
Perhaps we as South Africans can identify with the Danger design more than other countries, in that, we have an infamous crime rate and there’s very few of us out there who are untouched by the rampant crime.
As for the spark plug in the design, I’m still kind of unsure, just what kind of message does danger attach to a spark plug? I’m no grease monkey so I’m not really sure how dangerous they can be, of course if I stuck ten of them in a hockey sock and used it as a flail…that would most definitely be dangerous.
Coffee is just coffee, one cappuccino is another – oh, lord.… u are in for a thankful rude awakening!!!
There is so much that goes into making that perfect cup of coffee or an amazing cappuccino – the beans, the grind, the amount of time it takes for the machine to extrude the espresso (the common base from which all other coffees are made) , the heat of the froth, the frothing technique, the heat of the water in the machine, the ratio of milk, froth and espresso… coffee is an ART. The Artist : The Barista – the person who knows how to grind the beans, what the times and temp are. The Barista is the man with the coffee plan.
And within this art lies the Art of Latte – I bet at this stage you’re thinking : “Geez, dude. It’s a freaking cuppa joe – whatta ya want already?!!?”.
Yeah, well sux to you then… cause you are about to eat those words and they will be as bitter as Robusta. They will be served to you on a slice of humble pie which you will consume.
This is the world of the rare – they have not only PERFECTED their coffee techniques – but elevated everything to a totally different level of ART.