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 →
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 →
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 →
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.
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 →
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 →
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 →
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 →
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 →
I became mayor of a car park, and a playground. I was mayor of the 3 different versions of the hockey stadium.