Herevana – Craftworks – Terroir Blend 2018
I always think of the Craftwork beers as a bit of a celebration beer, a bit special, and honestly they are all mostly rally well polished and delicious, so I … Continue reading →
Some thoughts on the beer treadmill
When I found myself pondering why I wouldn’t open a bottle of a 2013 beer that I have in my fridge it led me to thinking about why I have … Continue reading →
The Obligatory 2017 year in review post that you’ve been looking forward to
I made reviews on 105 beers in 2017, a bit of a drop from the 169 the year before, as I got closer to 4 digits I began to panic … Continue reading →
How Walter would cross a busy road
Originally posted on Brian Bilston's Poetry Laboetry:
He would stride through a subway and barely falter but, for some reason, a bridge over-troubled Walter.
4:05 am and the clock goes tick-tick-tick Musings
Having, sort of, got my head around the speed of light thing, but perhaps not, the next part is the travelling to a new planet or star, somehow. These are … Continue reading →
The one with the ‘award’
Award, pronounced awkward. – Welcome to the the “Very inspiring Blogger Award” I’m pleased people visit my musings and ramblings, and I enjoy the feedback and interactions I have on … Continue reading →
One massive mistake – two stories – natural health.
Two stories in the media today outlining the lead up to the death of a woman from an invasive brain tumor having been under the care of a quack, … Continue reading →
The one about Kim Dotcom
Kim Dotcom, born Kim Schmitz is a colourful larger than life character. He even lives local to me. But he is a rogue, and has done knowing and wilful things. … Continue reading →
Not a good day to be a minor league tall poppy. #1 in a series.
Today we bring you Rabon Khan and Rachel Smalley (1) Raybon Khan. Who seems to set himself as Mr.People, some brainpower gifted individual who urbane toss-offs speak to and for … Continue reading →
In an instant…
And we accept that without question that we’re giving up something for something. We just don’t seem to care about what it is we’re giving up, which in two words is privacy and ownership. Of our identity and our intellectual property
Foursquare, now there’s a thing, I became the Mayor!
I became mayor of a car park, and a playground. I was mayor of the 3 different versions of the hockey stadium.
Pre Ball Pretty
We had a pre-ball thingy at our house, and all the dughters came with their mothers, and with one exceptions all the daughters were taller than the mothers, I kid … Continue reading →