Here's my little blog, with random thoughts for you to read.
Jibo, which stands just under a foot tall, can see, hear, speak, learn, help and relate, according to its website. It can take pictures, track faces, recognize where sound is coming from and — ideally — help organize and simplify your life.
I want a jibo. That’s nifty.
Just because you have been in or dealt with a similar situation does not give you the right to impress that on to others. Everything that happens in life is distinct and individual to the person experiencing it. Don’t try to reflect that crap. You have no idea. Reflecting and trying to empathize/sympathize are two distinctly different things. You also shouldn’t shame people who don’t understand the full extent of your experience. That’s not fair either. I could go into so much dark shit I’ve dealt with and been through, but seriously what would that accomplish? There’s no point competing for the “worst shit that ever happened to me” award. I will be done now.
Weird Al is on fire. His video for “Tacky” is laugh-out loud hilarious.
Its pretty awesome!
I want to try this thisisntandy!
Drakes Aroma Coma
From the site:
Our summer seasonal Aroma Coma India Pale Ale delivers an aromatic hop assault that lives up to its name. We start with almost all 2-row barley malt and a touch of Caramalt and Rye for body. Intense additions of American hops Citra, Cascade, Chinook, and a touch of El Dorado and Amarillo deliver huge flavors of citrus and resinous pine. Finally, a double round of dry-hopping amps up the aroma to absurd levels of hop enjoyment. Inhale. Exhale. Drink. Repeat. 2014 release: June 28.
THE AROMA COMA STORY:
Over the years as beer drinkers clamored for more and more hops, California brewers started making what has become known as a “West Coast style” IPA with a stripped down malt bill and loads of late addition and dry hops that lend hop flavor and aroma without overwhelming the balance with bitterness. In 2009, Drake’s brewers struck out to create one of the first of these beers with their Aroma Coma. with huge American hop additions at the very end of the boil and a double dosing of dry-hops, they created a hoppy, aromatic force-of-nature that can be smelled across the bar as each pint is poured.
Going to find this. I love Drakes Denogginizer and I can only imagine what this one must be like.