I definitely feel that my coffee adventures have given me a great education on this humble little bean. With some serious coaching from my mate Claude I learnt about the origin of the beans, HOW to order a real coffee, how to adjust the grind, tampering, stamping with just the right amount of pressure, heating the milk to creamy perfection and how to watch for the right consistency as the coffee begins to drip from the machine. I even had a go at latte art with not much success..
(1) The BBC Sessions at the Paris Cinema, BBC Radio 1, July 16, 1970 (monoaural) and BBC Radio 1, September 30, 1971 (stereophonic). Search for a “Harvested Records” torrent. Revision B, the last one, should be around. The Italian glasses empire not only owns Ray Ban and Oakley, as reported by The Wall Street Journal, but pretty much every single eyewear brand found in your local Sunglass Hut or LensCrafters, which, by the way, Luxottica also owns. Coach, Chanel, Oliver Peoples, Paul Smith, Ralph Lauren: All of them are designed, created, and manufactured by Luxottica. The entire glasses industry, besides a few emergent players like Warby Parker, is controlled by one company that also owns essentially all of the glasses stores and the world largest vision care plan, EyeMed.
Moses Moody was the linchpin recruit and advertised star, and he been really, really good. Even more encouraging is that the Hogs played quite well in a couple of their victories with Moody contributions being relatively modest. But if this team postseason aspirations are to materialize, he likely going to have to ratchet his production upward.
Today, however, Earth appears to be relatively safe. Galaxies that produce GRBs at a far higher rate than our own, such as the Large Magellanic Cloud, are currently too far from Earth to be any cause for alarm. Additionally, our Solar System home address in the sleepy outskirts of the Milky Way places us far away from our own galaxy more active, star forming regions, areas that would be more likely to produce GRBs.
Jamie reflects: “It was quite a surreal thing. I didn really think about it myself but watching him, it must have been much harder for him to be staring at his daughter dead on a bed. It was scary but amazing to work with him. Gehrke, a trained reporter, was thrust into being the outward facing columnist a couple of years ago, albeit nervously. Not to sweat. He’s taken to the role and is one of SLC’s last free voices he’s not afraid to use it.