Sigh. Oh well. Another all-nighter. Simply could not get
all I wanted done...soo...here I am. Got a email reply from
Darpa...no..too early to register and "reserve" a team name.
Awwww. I was thinkin..."team plaid". It's sooo me...I could
come as a fat scotsman-"YOU ook ike a BAAABBBY!" <giggle>
Nope. Not commercial enough...would not be prudent. I need
I'm poor, I'm gonna have to run the circuit with the empty
hat extended. I never liked the people with the "Will work
for Food" sign. Atlanta Police don't either..so that's out.
Big companies based here in Atlanta, tho. United Parcel
Service is here as well as Coca-cola and Georgia Pacific.
Dunno. Anyways...plenty of time for that..first things
first. I need coffee..soo...first stop should be Starbucks
and Nestle re: Taster's Choice. See..when you *REALLY* get
hooked on 'feine, you learn some things. First, if a buzz
is what you really want from your first cup, make that
first cup from Instant. Why? More 'feine. Why? Instant is
made by the lower-grown coffee beans called Robusta. The
higher-grown (and better tasting-more expensive) Arabica
beans have less, it's just that simple. Plus..there are
many times when I don't want to mess with my french presses
and grinder..instant is fast and easy...and Taster's Choice
new Gourmet flavor is wonderful. I also sometimes drink
soda and tea just for alternative 'feine delivery methods
and variety. As a general rule, I don't normally buy
regular drip from Starbucks. First, french press is cheaper
and better. Second, they have a habit of not having the
Starbuck's flavors I really like that way...the Africa
coffees are great..Suliwesi and Sidamo. Costa Rican rocks
as do many of the blends...Verona, Gold Coast and Yukon.
Honestly..if I get any more picker, I'll be roasting the
beans meself. Yes..panhandling money for Starbuck's whole
bean or to build robot vehicles is not a good option. Dern.
I may even have to get a...gasp...job. Oh well. $2,000,000
carrot, peoples. Can I really pull this off? Yup. I really