There is an older version of that particular setup on my computer that is dated June 2007, which predates memetic awareness of Weegee.
Weegee, of course, always has been.
Weegee, of course, always has been.
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Sure, and I still think throwing money at this at this stage just for that is not a smart use of money. You may disagree and that's fine. Let's say they raise $10 million dollars though. What's that going to do? What value will that add? Where's that going to go?It’s going to lead to fulfillment of promises for pledges (that should be self-evident), it will add value for the developers who are pitching in for the early devkits and want to have games ready by launch, and having extra capital in a business doesn’t hurt anything—it ramps up production, R&D, marketing, and market expansion if you can’t think of anywhere else to put it. It can also encourage even higher-stakes investors to get in on it if that’s something they’re open to, due to the higher profile that a $10M Kickstarter funding would give the project.
This reminds me of stock market pump and dump schemes and golden parachute Best Buy CEOs.Consider the people who are behind this project. Consider the endorsements. Consider that they have everything to lose if they are cheating. They have a very strong ethos here. I don’t think this sort of cynicism is warranted. Criticism, sure; I could list a variety of solid criticisms of what has been shown of this so far. Cynicism, no.
That actually surprised me the most about this whole thing. Archie comics are still around. It blows my mind. The Archie series has been going since 1941.She was pretty
More than 70 years and Archie still hasn't figured out that Betty is the one for him
I would answer "KONAMI KRAAAAACK!" to that question but the game doesn't seem like it's coming from Konami.Doesn’t matter. Nobody should ever forget that Konami Crack is a thing.
I move that the preceding joke be stricken from the recordI’m going to allow this.
Not sure where else... :/IKEA is another brand, but these days you can order all sorts of things online....
I'm from Germany and I've never seen a coffee maker like that, although that probably doesn't say much coming from someone not drinking coffee. Looks more like the thing my girlfriend's Russian parents brew their tea in.Oh, a samovar? Great way to make tea. Different from the moka pot, though.
My girlfriend attests that a few coworkers use that type of machine for making coffee, though. My parents and most others I know who drink coffee use coffee makers like this (or fancier/more modern ones).Hm, that wouldn’t look out of place over here. I guess it’s too strong at any intensity, pal....
Maybe it varies by location but I, and most people I know, prefer coffee as full bodied as possible.Yes, a lot of people who discuss it or who make it themselves will often give you the impression that they take their Sumatran beans black. But hang out in a Starbucks for a few hours pretending to be a writer, and you’ll hear a lot of orders for things that are loaded with milk and sugar (looots of sugar). In fact, Starbucks’ most popular drinks are things like the caramel macchiato, or one of the Frappuccinos. Different snobs in different venues.
I lived in Germany for a short while and found their coffee to have too much creamer and certainly not stronger than what I was used to despite being told by several people that their coffee was much stronger. Maybe they put more creamer because I was American? To me a cup of Tchibo or krönung didn't seem any stronger than Starbucks French or Italian roast.I have never been to the Continent and could not speak of what you get from where, but it is my understanding that in many parts of Europe, when you make coffee at home, it’s in a device that either is this or operates similarly:
Their beer Is hands down better though.I’ll believe it when I make my multiple pilgrimages to the lands of my ancestors