Archive | March, 2011

Righteous Blaster

blast twitter bores

I think you get the idea here. The final solution for Twitter bores. Maybe a bit extreme, but they are extreeeeeemely boring. On Twitter no one can hear you scream, especially when there’s a big blue blaster under your nose set to ‘righteous’!

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Coffee for Japan

coffee for japan

The earthquake and tsunami yesterday in Japan was unbelievable, I thought I was watching a scene from an old Godzilla movie. I luurrrrvvvv Japan, only been once but love the culture, people, food, temples, gardens, little cars, you name it, I’m even somewhat accomplished at the wonderful Japanese martial art of Akido.

So I wanted to do a Farrbott for them but still raise a smile. Ultimately it’s plenty of good spirit that will get the Japanese through this difficult time. OMG stop me, I sound like David Cameron.

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Bad Coffee

We’ve all had it, coffee so bad it’s gone straight in the bin. Tho I would much prefer to disintegrate it if I had a phaser. I must be getting fussier or coffee outlets are letting their ‘standards’ slip. I find the Italian coffee shops are the best Costa and Nero. I keep trying Starbucks but it constantly disappoints with appalling coffee.

To avoid this I recommend the best kept secret in the coffee drinking world, the Bodum Travel Press. I first saw and bought one in Vancouver but it cracked in my case on the way home. However Amazon sell them, so my sorrow was short lived. It’s a cafetiere (french press) in an insulated travel mug with a drinking hole closure that although not completley water tight saves heat and 99% of your coffee if it falls over. It is a brilliant thing.

Whenever I travel with it, whip it out at a workshop or at a festival I always get admirers come up and ask me about it, to a chorus of Oooo’s and Ahhhh’s when I show how it works. Of course you need to carry a little pack of fresh coffee too.

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