I don’t know if this will post with a December 31st date ’cause WordPress is screwy…
Hope you all had a wonderful 2017 and have an even better 2018. Here’s some music for your New Year’s Eve party!
Swiped from here… enter the Ouroboros Cafe –
The Tea Terrace, based in House of Fraser’s Oxford Street branch, has become Europe’s first location to deliver the “Selfieccino,” which features an image of customers’ faces on the frothy topping of their drinks.
…The process takes around four minutes before an image is presented on the froth, ready to be photographed and sent to all points via social media before drinking, and costs around 5.75 pounds. ($7.5)
”Due to social media, the dining experience has completely shifted,“ Ehab Salem Shouly, owner of The Tea Terrace told Reuters. ”It’s not enough any more to just deliver great food and great service – it’s got to be Instagram worthy.”
Because, you know, it’s nothing if it’s not Instagram-worthy!
The customer becomes their own singularity, sucking themselves into themselves.
I got me some Cherry Coke Zero and this tweet from theOne&OnlyExpert at Ace Of Spades HQ –
Walter Becker, co-founder of the legendary band Steely Dan, died Sunday September 3, 2017.
Anyone who has read this site for more than five minutes knows how respected the Dan is around here.
His bandmate and collaborator Donald Fagen wrote a tribute, posted on Rolling Stone’s website. Read it here, or listen with brief commentary.
One awaits the inevitable “Steely Dead” tour.
– Night Sky Radio, “Reaching The Music Singularity“
My wife: Do you not like Queen, or just “Don’t Stop Believin'”? (pause) or, is that…?
Me: That’s Journey. I don’t know how you got those two mixed up.
My wife: I don’t either!
Attempted murder, at least. Vehicular assault and possible homicide at worst. No idea how the riders in the truck fared.
And this is one of the lesser examples of road rage found online.
Notice how the guy on the bike, who should have been crushed, crashed, or slammed, just sailed right through it all like a boss.
One of the first people I discovered on the manosphere was The Private Man.
He has terminal cancer. He’s having a going away party and livestreaming it. There may still be time to catch some the party online here.
I doubt he will ever see this, but if he does… Andrew, thank you for helping me figure some things out during a strange time in my life.